CBS42′s Tiffany Westry spoke with psychologist, Dr. Josh Klapow about the impact the tragic discovery of Jayden Allen’s body could have on the first responders who found him.
The UNCF Birmingham has announced that The O’Jays will be performing at the annual Masked Ball
A look at the scores from the first day of Championship games at the Final 48.
The 1A Boys State Championship basketball tournament featured a familiar face, with the St. Jude Pirates looking to go back-to-back. Their opponent, however, was a new face on the block. The Parrish High School Tornadoes were making their first ever appearance in a state championship game.
CBS42′s Melissa Crabtree tells us people living in Branchville community haven’t gotten a break from weather in several weeks.
Even those who protect us, sometimes need protection themselves. Hoover Police Chief Nick Derzis was attacked in his home on February 10th.
Civil Rights Attorney Arthur Shores was at the forefront of litigation and The Civil Rights Movement in Birmingham. As a result, he and his family became targets of people who sought to silence the movement. His daughters, Judge Helen Shores Lee, and Barbara Shores sat down with CBS42 to talk about how their father’s legacy and how it has helped shape Birmingham’s past, present and future.
A former Cleburne County teacher and girls basketball coach who pleaded guilty to having sex with a student will have to spend another 7 months in prison.
A judge has denied Joyce Garrard’s request for a change of venue.
Michael Jackson cleans up at the Grammys and Richard Spikes invents the automatic gear shift. All this and more in today’s special edition of, “This Day in History”.
Sneezing, itching, watery eyes! Spring allergies will come on strong starting in March, if they haven’t already! But, if you or your kids suffer from these dreaded symptoms, allergy experts say there are some things you can do that truly offer relief.
One place in Birmingham stands tall as an everlasting monument to the triumphs from the civil rights struggle.
An award-winning band is marching to the beat of Mardi Gras!
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to investigate crimes or go on patrol? Well, now you can find out, first hand. The Birmingham Police Department is accepting applications for its upcoming Citizen’s Police Academy
Alabama is primed for the next big fire season that usually begins in March. And the cold weather we’ve had recently isn’t helping the situation.
The Supremes, Smokey Robinson, Marvin Gaye, and countless others, all of them part of the world famous Motown sound. A little of that motor city soul, came to Birmingham; bringing with it its unique blend of classical and popular music.
There could soon be a change to your child’s school calendar. A bill removing restrictions on makeup days is moving through the legislature. It would change required instruction time from days, to hours.
There won’t be any more “springing forward” and “falling back” if one bill makes it into law. The bill would keep Alabama on Daylight Savings Time, year round.