Shelby County neighbors in Columbiana and Shelby will be visited by Wildlife Services during a door to door education campaign next week about the spread of rabid raccoons found in the area.
Electives like dance, theater, piano and visual arts will be integrated into the core curriculum at the Alberta School for the Performing Arts when it opens in 2014.
CBS 42′s Melissa Crabtree has reaction to the Cullman fire which gutted an elderly woman’s home.
Scotts Miracle-Gro has selected the new Alberta Gardens to be part of its GRO1000 project.
Tuscaloosa Mayor Walt Maddox revealed how he wants to divide the city’s HUD funding on Wednesday.
Narcotics investigators confiscated 164 grams of marijuana, $26,000 in cash, four assault rifles and three shotguns from the TCB Security owner’s home.
A Homewood home caught fire on Wednesday morning, and investigators are unsure what caused the blaze.
The American Heart Association expects heart failure to climb dramatically in America by 2030.
Budget cuts that forced the FAA to cut back on air traffic controllers are the source of blaming between Democrats and Republicans on Capitol Hill.
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A release from the Governor Bentley’s office states that “the approval is based on continued damage assessments of from a line of severe storms that moved through Alabama on March 18.”
Students at Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic School in Homewood met authors of the books they have read in class this school year on Wednesday.
The Riverkeeper’s lawsuit brings to light the company’s self-reported violations of its National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Permit (NPDES) dating back to February 2010.
“People are discovering local businesses and that is kind of the point. When you read a new book, you discover something new and this is a way to discover something new in your community,” organizer Carrie Rollwagen said.
Daniel Lee Bass is considered an escapee from an Alex City corrections facility after failing to return from a restroom break on Wednesday.
Floodwaters continued to rise on Wednesday in parts of the Midwest.
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On Wednesday, the Alabama Senate approved legislation that provides drug testing of welfare recipients who are suspected of using illegal drugs.