Both Auburn and Alabama are holding their A-Day spring scrimmages Saturday. Alabama plays at 1 p.m., followed by Auburn at 2 p.m. Related: A-Day Game Information for Alabama and Auburn
A narrow majority of Alabama legislators have accepted an automatic pay increase that they were eligible to receive this spring.
Tide ties with top-seeded Florida in evening session of semifinals.
Firefighters with the Birmingham Fire Department responded to a fire at the Crestwood Hills apartments on 49th Place South.
Terry Mason resigned after a year and a half on the Carbon Hill City Council, putting the blame directly on Mayor James “Pee Wee” Richardson’s moral conduct. Mason says, “I cannot, with all sincerity, with my faith in God and Jesus, work for the devil.”
Dr. Tommy Bice, Alabama’s State Superintendent of Education, has chimed in on the new bus fees for Hoover.
During Third Friday, the restrooms of Forest Park and South Avondale merchants like Naked Art Gallery, Silvertron Café, Avondale Brewery, The Painted Shovel, etc… are turned into art installations by local artists. Learn more about the “Tour de Loo” here.
Large quantities of guns, money and drugs are off the streets Friday, after being seized by Irondale SWAT officers.
The Jefferson County sheriff’s department says a teacher at Center Point Elementary School removed a loaded handgun from a 7-year-old student.
Learn more about Operation Respect here.
Learn more about the 2014 March for Babies here.
Learn more about the Food Truck Round Up here.
An early morning crash has shut down part of Highway 79 in Locus Fork near Spoonhandle Road and sent a person to the hospital with serious injuries.
It is now up to the U.S. Justice Department to decide whether families in Hoover will pay for school bus service this fall. We asked our viewers to weigh in on the debate by leaving comments on our CBS 42 Facebook page. The majority of commenters don’t like the bus fee proposal.
Easter is Sunday, but if you are thinking about getting your child a rabbit, you might want to stick to the chocolate kind.
Tempers were flying during a special meeting of the Fairfield City Council. The council was there to approve the city’s payroll. The meeting ended early, however, when Mayor Kenneth Coachman, and two council members, walked out.
A citizen, who wishes to remain anonymous, is giving to the town’s fire prevention program by donating 2,000 smoke detectors. This will ensure that every home in Adamsville will have one.
Does your toddler seem overly fussy and have trouble calming down? New research says putting your child in front of the television may not be a good solution.