Birmingham Mayor William Bell recently visited Japan and spent time with the Dalai Lama. Getting around Japan was easy thanks to the country’s transportation system. Transportation is now a big topic of conversation in the Magic City.
The redesigned SAT won’t debut for another two years, but students can get a peek at what it may look like.
People in Tuscaloosa have a chance to speak with Mayor Walt Maddox on Thursday. It’s the latest in his series of town hall meetings, called “Mayor’s Night Out.”
The Birmingham Zoo will open their brand new zip-line on Friday. Guests of all ages can soar 20 feet above the ground.
Pinson Valley High School’s theatre department is presenting “Hairspray” this weekend.
The Hueytown High School theatre department is performing “Big River: the Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.”
The Oak Mountain Spring State Fair, featuring games, food, and exotic animals, starts Thursday.
A.G. Gaston Construction is the latest company to be dropped from a lawsuit filed on behalf of the Bresette family.
Ford is celebrating the golden anniversary of its iconic Mustang by going back in time. It unveiled its new 2015 model from the top of the Empire State Building.
Hospital authorities have confirmed the name of the man who died after an explosion at an ammunition plant in Tennessee.
It’s been more than a year since bingo gaming machines were seized at Victoryland in Shorter, Alabama. Sitting inside the raided machines is a hefty amount of cash.
The tax deadline has past, but now may be a good time to get a jump start on next year’s taxes. At the very least, it’s a good time clear out stacks of paper sitting around after finishing this year’s taxes.
A Bessemer man charged with the murder of his own parents is set to head to court Thursday.
There is new help in the battle against smart phone thefts. Kill switches will be coming to smartphones next year.
It’s a position many have been in at one time or another, you’re out at night, and no one knows where you are, or when you’ll be home.
It is important to know what to do with your personal documents, especially with online personal data theft on the rise.
Canadian authorities have arrested a teenager who they say used that Heartbleed internet bug to hack into the country’s tax agency and leaked the social insurance numbers of about 900 taxpayers.
Doctors have found that certain moist wipes could be causing serious allergies and painful breakouts in some people.