Mike Burnett, with the Alabama Record Collector’s Association (ARCA), is organizing this weekend’s ARCA CD & Record Show in Bessemer.
A band of thunderstorms battered the Oklahoma City area Thursday, slowing cleanup operations in the suburb where a tornado killed 24 people and destroyed thousands of homes this week.
The Cahaba Beach Dog Park is open in time for the good summer weather.
The Youth at Risk Breakfast is to help raise funds for the Alabama chapter of the Boy Scouts of America.
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The brand new Cahaba Beach Dog Park is now open to the public and all the pooches.
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“We had people to help us,” Dudley said. “They gave us our space, they helped with the children, provided clothing, gave us money – just things to help us get back on track. We had a lot of help.”
Gary Keever, a horticulturist at Auburn, and Brian Via, a professor in Auburn’s School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences counted the rings in the oaks to come up with a guess about the true age of the trees.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WIAT) — Rescue teams from Jefferson County are gearing up for the next disaster.
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CBS 42′s Melissa Crabtree talks to concerned parents in Chilton County about a pre-K program that may be changing.
“I’m hoping to get job training in my major which is psychology so when I graduate I have some career training,” says Finn.
Pelham will loan Summer Classics just over $3.2 million for the purchase, with the Shelby County Industrial Development Authority providing part of the funding.
CBS 42′s Melissa Crabtree takes us to Cordova Elementary for a look at a class project that allows students to give other tornado survivors wearable words of encouragement.
Attorney General Luther Strange and members of the Alabama Electronic Security Board of Licensure, are warning consumers to be cautious of companies using scare tactics to pressure them into purchasing or upgrading security products that they may not need.
“It gave me the tools that I needed to make correct decisions in my life where I wasn’t doing that before,” Amy Cate, who participated in the ministry, said. “I’m five years clean.”
Birmingham City Council has approved a plan that will put the majority of the city mass transit in one location.
UPDATE: The lockdown on Norwood Elementary School has been lifted after receiving the all clear from the Birmingham Police Department.