While some people are worried about the safety of sporting events after the recent Boston Marathon bombings, NASCAR driver Jeff Gordon is not worried.
A new lodging tax in Irondale would bring the total tax to 20 percent after state and county taxes are added.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WIAT) – Whether it’s to bring awareness to disease or raise funds for a good cause, like an animal assisted therapy organization,… More »
The Federal Aviation Administration enacted furloughs for over 45,000 employees Sunday in response to a $627 million cut to their budget.
Billions of people across the world celebrated Earth Day on Monday, a day set aside to raise awareness about environmental concerns.
The Alabama Broadcasters Association is offering ten $3000 scholarships to students interested in entering the field of broadcasting.
New research shows that those who are most at risk tend to specialize intensively in one sport.
“I opened the door, and I saw,” Patrick said. “I went and grabbed my phone and called 911.”
CBS42 Exclusive // Former Auburn football head coach Gene Chizik sits down with CBS42′s Jim Dunaway to talk about his time at Auburn University, as well as the recent allegations
While Auburn fans gathered to roll the Toomer’s Oaks on Saturday, some soldiers stationed in Kuwait decided to celebrate in their own way.
State Sen. Cam Ward is sponsoring legislation that would increase penalties for elder abuse.
Former Alabama linebacker Rolando McClain was arrested in Decatur and is charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.
On Monday, Auburn University’s Athletics Director, Jay Jacobs released a letter to the Auburn family addressing the allegations of NCAA violations made in a Roopstigo.com article earlier this month.
Flooding in the Midwest is threatening houses and homes, and more snow and rain is expected in the coming days.
White House: Tsarnaev to be tried in federal court.
Suspect has denied involvement in letters.
The blood donor room at UAB has new, extended hours to accommodate people’s schedules.
SALINA, Kan. (AP) — A central Kansas woman likely won’t remember her first circus for the clowns or performances — it’ll be the tiger in the bathroom.
The big cat had escaped briefly after its turn in the