The former Pelham High Assistant Principal will be in court Wednesday morning.
The 40 days of life campaign kicked off Tuesday with a vigil on the city’s Southside.
City leaders are asking a judge to make the owner of Good Friends Chinese & Seafood Restaurant turn in his passport so he’ll keep his April 22, 2014, court date.
A three-year investigation in Tuscaloosa resulted in an arrest of a man believed to be responsible for being a major supplier of steroids in Tuscaloosa County and surrounding areas.11
The young woman struck and killed by a MAX Transit trolley had just finished making soup at the Horizons School for students with disabilities when she decided to walk back to her apartment.
The Alabama Legislature has voted to create a scholarship program, funded by private donations, to help high school students take technology courses simultaneously at a community college in expectation of getting a good job at an Alabama industry.
The Alabama House of Representatives has voted to extend the required waiting period before an abortion from 24 to 48 hours.
Fire crews in Birmingham are on the scene of a fire at Dixie Awning Co. on 3rd Avenue West.
Another crop of students are looking to the future to decide their next step – should they pursue a career or enter college?
The Birmingham Barons will be back in action March 28 when they take on their parent club, the Chicago White Sox at Regions Field.
FDR told us “the only thing we have to fear is fear itself,” and John Lennon’s comments on religion spark outrage. All this, and “The Old Man and the Sea”, in today’s “This Day in History”.
President Barack Obama’s $3.9 trillion budget proposal for next year suggests the U.S. economic recovery that began in 2009 will continue to gain momentum over the next few years but that the unemployment rate won’t fall to pre-recession levels of below 6 percent until 2017.
A trolley struck and killed a pedestrian Tuesday afternoon at 14th Avenue and 20th Street South in Birmingham.
UPDATE (x2): The name of pedestrian struck by a trolley on Tuesday afternoon has been released. Related: Trolley accident witness: ‘It was unreal’
The Oxford Police Department needs your help in identifying a suspect.
Katie Muse took to the streets of Forestdale recently to meet with Michael Hannah who says the potholes near his home were horrendous.
There could be another tax-free holiday weekend in Alabama’s future.
Winter weather, and California’s severe drought, could drive up prices for some of your favorite grocery items.