Stillman College is working on several initiatives in 2014 to enhance the relationship between the small private Presbyterian campus and the surrounding community as well as to open new degree paths for students, according to its interim president.
Jefferson County Sheriff’s deputies are looking for a 66-year-old woman who was last seen at 3:30 p.m. on Friday.
Customers might no longer be able to call the state’s utility regulatory board to complain about phone service.
Sixteen families are displaced after an apartment fire in Jefferson County late Friday night.
Being a senior NFL prospect does have some perks.
The 6-year-old Alabama boy held hostage in an underground bunker last year is doing well and shows few effects from the ordeal, his brother said Friday.
While on her way to class Tuesday morning, Ciara Green received a heart-breaking text.
The cold weather proved to be a hurdle for firefighters Friday morning in east Birmingham.
The temperatures will be dropping to dangerous levels Friday evening into Saturday morning, and many people in Walker County either don’t have heat or are living with only space heaters. As such, warming stations are vital.
Dozens of people are in jail Friday evening after an early morning raid at a Southtown apartment complex.
The Shelby County Board of Education and Alabaster City Schools reached an agreement on new zoning lines to address children in unincorporated areas of Alabaster.
Hueytown police arrested and charged a man in connection with a possible bomb threat and robbery.
A 7-year-old boy fell off a balcony of a condo located at 1200 Beacon Parkway East, according to Sgt. Michael Collins.
Boutwell Auditorium will be closed Friday night as a warming station but will open again on Sunday.
The Birmingham Barons season opener is quickly approaching. The Barons are slated to kick off their season on March 28, 2014.
Police in Leeds are asking for the public’s help gathering information about a theft at Hubble Power Systems.
Alabama’s unemployment rate has dropped to 6.1 percent.
319 miles separate Birmingham, Alabama from Spartanburg, South Carolina. Contamination, health disparities and the desire for something better has brought those within the two cities together.