The sign claims it’s a spa, but Birmingham police say what’s going on inside VIP Spa is more than therapeutic.
Teachers admitting to sexual relationships, others merely accused. Each falls into the category of what has become an increasingly blurred line between teacher-student relationships in Alabama.
Friends of Kevin Turner are determined to climb one of the world’s highest mountains, just to show how much they care. On March 18th, they will climb Mount Kilimanjaro, in what they call “Climb for Kevin.”
Local pharmacy school tests mind-altering herb found in Birmingham gas stations
The clean up to remove toxic chemicals from soil in North Birmingham yards is underway. But the big question is, once the clean-up is complete, what happens next? In this special report, Tiffany Westry tells us how people in North Birmingham are looking to another state for help.
It’s precision and control. It’s beauty masking strength. It’s grace masking pain.
It’s no secret that men and women across the country experience trouble getting enough sleep. Many of them are using various types of sleep aids, such as Ambien.
Cleanup began Wednesday om the Collegeville neighborhood of North Birmingham.
On Thursday, the NTSB will conduct a one-day hearing with the FAA, UPS, and several other companies and organizations to try and get a clearer picture of what went wrong on UPS flight 1354 back on August 14th. CBS42’s Tiffany Westry and Toby Carter will be at that hearing.
New and improved equipment from the National Weather Service is helping meteorologist pass along better warnings. It is also helping the weather service reduce the number of times they issue warnings for storms that don’t produce any severe weather.
Alabama decided it was too dangerous to allow texting behind the wheel of a car. Since August of 2012 it’s been illegal to do that. As of December 2013 only five police departments had reported writing any tickets for texting and driving, according to the Alabama Department of Public Safety.
Wrestling is a slow and melodic start to a frenzied free for all.
CBS42’s Kaitlin McCulley discusses Kratom and the potential dangers it poses and more.
The stretch of Interstate 20 from Atlanta to Birmingham has an infamous distinction. It’s the number one avenue in America for sex trafficking. While most people look the other way and pretend the problem doesn’t exist, some volunteers in Birmingham are trying to confront the epidemic themselves.
You’ve seen them on TV, at the Golden Globes, and in pretty much every bar and restaurant.
Walk inside the Birmingham Police Department’s (BPD) headquarters and you’ll find a little museum that tells you the history of the BPD.
Samford University holds a place in the Civil Rights Movement in Birmingham. In 1961 CBS News produced a documentary in Birmingham entitled “Who Speaks For Birmingham”