People in Vestavia Hills will head to the polls this week.
What’s better than a warm delicious stack of pancakes? How about a free warm delicious stack of pancakes!
Teachers and daycare workers who took care of Jayden Allen at Noah’s Park Day Care in Alabaster held a special memorial service for him Monday morning.
On Monday, Noah’s Park Child Care in Alabaster, released balloons to honor 19-month-old Jayden Allen, who died last Friday.
An apartment fire broke out in Birmingham Sunday evening on Pinson Valley Parkway and prompted the response of the Birmingham Fire and Rescue Service.
Law enforcement in Cullman County arrested a suspect at gunpoint Sunday afternoon in connection with a shooting that left one dead in the Berlin community, according to Chief Mike Rainey with the Cullman County Sheriff’s Office.
A group of entrepreneurs are bound for Texas after a brief pit stop in Birmingham.
Whether it’s a medical problem, or something else every one of us probably knows a tough kid who is going through some hard times.
Ukraine’s ambassador to the United Nations asked an emergency session of the Security Council on Saturday “to do everything possible now” to stop Russia’s “aggression” as its troops took over the strategic Crimea region.
The man behind “The Cat in the Hat” was born, and Wilt Chamberlain scores 100 points in a single game! All this, including a White House visit 86 years in the making, and more in today’s “This Day in History”.
A woods fire in Bessemer broke out Sunday morning, threatening a nearby neighborhood.
Numerous fire departments responded to a large woods fire in Bessemer Sunday morning.
Two Alberta churches that were destroyed by the tornado that decimated that section of the city on April 27, 2011, have reopened their doors after being displaced for nearly three years.
Woman found dead inside burned home in Birmingham.
Truck pops trailer over car. Driver survives.
Police in Birmingham are investigating a Saturday evening shooting in Wylam that left a 34-year-old man dead.
Kaye Emack knows the dangers of concussions firsthand. She watched her son, Carter, spend two weeks suffering from one recently.
About 60 middle school girls took part in this year’s “I Can Girls and Engineering Conference at Alabama Power Saturday.