The Lakeshore Garden Apartments had to be evacuated Monday morning due to heavy rains and flooding.
The latest look at the flooding, forecasts, school delays, road closings, and more. All in one place.
Families have been evacuated from the Lakeshore Gardens Apartments in Homewood early Monday due to large amounts of flooding.
Road across Central Alabama are being shut down due to the heavy rains and flooding.
With heavy rain across the area, leading to flooding, some schools are delaying their start time for Monday, April 7th.
Heavy rains have caused large amounts of flooding in some parts of Homewood.
Health officials are reporting a surge in the number of liquid nicotine poisonings from e-cigarettes. And, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Report, children are particularly at risk.
For many people, diet soda is the perfect pick-me-up. But for older women, who love their diet drinks, there’s something new to consider. A study from the American College of Cardiology suggests drinking diet soda regularly may lead to heart disease.
Putting a child through college can be expensive; but Alabama has thousands of dollars up for grabs through financial aid.
A walk to honor Civil Rights icon, Martin Luther King Jr. is set for Friday. The Birmingham chapter of the SCLC is holding the memorial march.
While the severe weather threat is over, rain has continued throughout the morning. The problem for most people today will be the slick driving conditions.
On Friday morning, a school bus carrying 14 kids was involved in an accident with another car in the Hayden area. Thankfully, no one was injured.
UPDATE: All lanes have been reopened.
Jasper City schools are delaying their start times for Friday, due to the threat of severe weather.
A standoff in Huntsville leaves one police officer shot, and the shooter dead.
The Vulcan Park and Museum used the bash as a way to say thank you to all the people who helped get the Vulcan redone and back up in his rightful spot.
Two men have been transported to Barbour County Medical Center after a plane crash in Clayton, AL.
On Wednesday, Mark Prater surprised one his biggest fans when he stopped by West End Elementary in Altoona.