A warning for a common pain reliever. A new study finds a link between acetaminophen and children with ADHD.
The wait in line for car tags will soon be shorter for residents of Jefferson County.
Nissan is recalling nearly 17,000 Frontier pick-up trucks.
A man is in the hospital recovering from a gunshot wound to the chest. The wound stems from a shooting between him and another individual. But police say it sounds like he’s to blame for starting the shooting that occurred in a West Birmingham gas station parking lot, early Monday morning.
Ronnie and Bennie Williams can’t stay in their home on 17th Street Ensley tonight because a tree fell on top of their house and damaged their roof at about three Friday morning.
A judge denied Joyce Garrard’s motion for bond at a hearing Friday morning.
Parrish Alleman is at the intersection of 18th St. SW and Madison where a large tree was knocked down due to the rough weather late Thursday.
The GBHS relies on donations to operate. This is their largest fundraiser of the year.
With this recent snap of warmer weather, many folks are already getting “vacation fever”. And travel experts say now is actually the best time to book your spring or summer getaway!
Thursday starts day 3 in the search for a missing boater in Talladega County.
CBS 42 was first on the scene of a stabbing on the city’s Westside. It happened around 4:30 a.m. at a home on the 400 block of 37th court west.
If you are looking for something to do on Wednesday, Feb. 19, here are a few ideas:
About 40 students traveled nearly 2,000 miles by bus to Birmingham to help build a house in Pratt city.
Lots of women bring home the bacon for their families, but a new study by “Working Mother Media” reveals many women are still reluctant to take on, and be happy in, these roles.
“Bama Students for Life” is a pro-life group claiming the University of Alabama is violating its first amendment rights.
Mark Prater and Ted McInerney discuss the snowfall totals throughout Central Alabama.
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 chemical spill in West Virginia contaminated drinking water for 300,000 people in the state. But could that happen here?