A Jefferson County man arrested Sunday following a standoff has been charged with assault, kidnapping and other charges, according to Chief Deputy Randy Christian with the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office.
Tammy Power said she knows the answer to the old “if a tree falls in the forest” riddle.
Alabama Crimson Tide Coach Nick Saban could be facing a subpoena over a car dealership.
Ray Charles breaks into the mainstream and famed writer Toni Morrison is born. All this and more in today’s special edition of, “This Day in History”.
A Tuscaloosa-based nonprofit is about to debut some changes after months of revamping and reorganizing it’s anti-alcohol and drug programs.
Battling cancer is a tough challenge for a child. On Monday, patients got a chance to spend time away from that battle and have a little fun with some of the best fishermen in the country.
A look at the roadways for your Friday commute.
Some people are calling Connor Renfroe a hero, but says he was just looking out for his dad. Back in January, Robert ‘Bo’ Renfroe, was home with Connor when he had a medical emergency. Connor says his dad fell and began shaking.
The deadly plane crash is just the latest in a string of high profile accidents in Alabama going back several months. CBS42′s Mike McClanahan takes a closer look at the crash totals from the last couple of years.
The National Veteran’s Shrine, which is on display at the American Village in Montevallo, was officially dedicated Monday afternoon.
On Monday, Governor Robert Bentley announced Alabama has recruited Remington Outdoor Company to the state.
Alabama decided it was too dangerous to allow texting behind the wheel of a car. Since August of 2012 it’s been illegal to do that. As of December 2013 only five police departments had reported writing any tickets for texting and driving, according to the Alabama Department of Public Safety.
The UAB Comprehensive Cancer Center will be hosting their annual ArtBlink event on Saturday, February 22nd.
“His Airness” was born and Virginia retires their state song which glorified slavery. All this and more in today’s special edition of, “This Day in History”.
On Sunday, February 16th, Tuscaloosa Police Officers arrested Demetrius Damar “Dee” Hart, former running back for the Alabama Crimson Tide, for Giving a False Name and Possession of Marijuana.
Late Saturday evening, Jefferson County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested Marcus Lamarr Ellington for Trafficking Marijuana, Unlawful Possession of a Controlled Substance and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.
Wrestling is a slow and melodic start to a frenzied free for all.
An increase in roadside trash in Jefferson County has one state lawmaker saying enough is enough.