Cassius Clay joins the Nation of Islam, paving the way for the birth of Muhammad Ali, and the New England Freedman’s Aid Society is founded. All this and more in today’s special edition of, “This Day in History”.
The American Heart Association is on a mission to save lives. The non-profit organization devotes the entire month of February to bringing attention to heart disease, which is the number one killer of women.
A family is in mourning after an infant’s death on Friday. The baby was being transported to the hospital in an ambulance that crashed. She was pronounced dead at Children’s Hospital.
PRADCO Outdoor Products is not only building a new distribution center in Calera, but they’re also moving their corporate headquarters to Birmingham.
AUBURN, Ala. (AP) – A new medical college being built in Auburn is scheduled to admit its first class in 2015.
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Beginning at midnight on Feb. 21 and ending Sunday Feb. 23 at midnight, many cities will waive sales tax for specific.
Heart disease is called the silent killer, and in Alabama it’s the number one killer of both men and women.
Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore put his hand in the gay marriage debate Thursday stating be believed a states-led constitutional amendment should define marriage as an institution between a man and a woman.
Those five-star Alabama recruits coming in this summer will have some catching up to do with their early-arriving peers.
Once the applause died down, auto tech teacher Phillip Brown was ready to spend his One Class At A Time grant money.
You’ve seen them on TV, at the Golden Globes, and in pretty much every bar and restaurant.
Known for fighting to display the Ten Commandments in his state’s judicial building, Alabama’s chief justice is jumping into the national gay marriage debate.
Ahead of the threat for inclement weather in Alabama Thursday afternoon, some schools and businesses have announced closings or early dismissals.
Jefferson County Sheriff’s deputies arrested and charged a man in connection with numerous bomb threats and a robbery.
It wasn’t snow or ice, but an accident involving an RV that stopped traffic along I-65 near the Lakeshore Drive exit today.
Brian Davis with ALDOT tells CBS42 that they currently have 1 tanker truck carrying 5,000 gallons of brine going south on I20-59 to St. Clair County.
Whether you’re in your 20′s or late 70′s, the time is now to get tested for heart disease.
The “Mayflower of Liberia” sets sail for Africa, and Autherine Lucy is removed from UA classes for her own safety”. All this and more in today’s special edition of, “This Day in History”.