Oprah makes television history, and The Supremes ask that you “Stop! In the Name of Love”. All this and more in today’s special edition of, “This Day in History”.
Toy dolls like Barbie and action figures like G. I. Joe have been around for decades. Toy collectors, who have some of the older models on hand, may have a chance to earn some extra cash, if they’re willing to part with them. That’s the driving force behind the FX Toy Show.
Information on Montevallo’s College Night 2014.
A man is jailed in Alabama in the 1986 slaying of a woman in Florida.
Auburn University officials say they’re investigating a report of a sexual assault at a fraternity, but said that few details are available.
It’s been nearly thirty years since former Birmingham Mayor, Richard Arrington was voted into office. As the city’s first black mayor, he takes us on a trip down memory lane, and gives newcomers to the city, tips on how to help the magic city retain its magic.
Some bugs are being worked out in a new emergency alert system in Tuscaloosa. Last week’s storm gave the city a chance to test the new tool which is supposed to keep people safe. The alert system went into effect after Mayor Walt Maddox decided to close every road.
The fire, at the Adams Inn on 10th Street North, claimed one victim.
One Chilton County middle school student is learning the hard way that a prank is no laughing matter.
Auburn University trustees have approved a plan to replant the oak trees at Toomer’s Corner early next year.
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The stretch of Interstate 20 from Atlanta to Birmingham has an infamous distinction. It’s the number one avenue in America for sex trafficking. While most people look the other way and pretend the problem doesn’t exist, some volunteers in Birmingham are trying to confront the epidemic themselves.
Get all the information you need on the 2014 World of Wheels here.
A special look at some of the famous quotes from prominent African-American activists, athletes, and actors, in honor of Black History Month.
Learn more about the American Heart Association’s fight against heart disease here.
Cassius Clay joins the Nation of Islam, paving the way for the birth of Muhammad Ali, and the New England Freedman’s Aid Society is founded. All this and more in today’s special edition of, “This Day in History”.
The American Heart Association is on a mission to save lives. The non-profit organization devotes the entire month of February to bringing attention to heart disease, which is the number one killer of women.
A family is in mourning after an infant’s death on Friday. The baby was being transported to the hospital in an ambulance that crashed. She was pronounced dead at Children’s Hospital.