Some Birmingham elementary school students are getting a special gift this month – the gift of imagination.
For three years, the Wings of Grace Disaster Relief Center in Tuscaloosa has helped storm survivors. Now, they’re helping prom dreams come true.
In the company’s latest annual report, Chiptole warned that climate change could drive up prices for raw ingredients like avocados.
Hundreds of are in Jasper this week for the chance to compete in a national bass fishing tournament.
An animal shelter in Pell City is giving people the opportunity to help the lives of our furry friends this weekend.
Country music star Sara Evans is ready to hit the stage and she’ll be doing so Thursday night at Iron City.
The Shelby County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help finding the person responsible for nearly two dozen car break-ins.
A Calera Middle School student is being sent to juvenile detention after being charged with making a terrorist threat.
If you’re a parent with children who still use a car seat, there’s a new regulation out there that you need to know about. A new federal requirement just went into effect that may change the way you secure those car seats.
Banks are racing to upgrade their ATM’s before they become prime targets for hackers. This has to do with Windows XP. An estimated 95% of American bank ATM’s run on that operating system.
Some of Jefferson County’s best teachers were honored for their efforts in the classroom to inspire and educate their students.
Local charities need your help to make ends meet this year but you can get something out of it too, wine and food!
If you’re looking for good wholesome family fun mark your calendars for an upcoming event your kids will be buzzing about!
The National Transportation Safety Board released a preliminary report on a plane crash in Alabaster.
With the arrival of spring break, the amount of teen drivers on the road increases.
There’s no doubt that Spring Break is on everyone’s minds right now.
If you’re like most of us, you’re not saving enough for retirement. And with the price of everything going up, it’s tough to put a lot of money away.
Who’s ready for spring? This weekend we get one step closer to it with Daylight Saving Time.