If you’re among the scores of women trying to get fit and live an all-around healthier life, an event this weekend may be for… More »
Mental Illness Awareness Week is October 7th – 11th. Dr. Josh Klapow stops by to share the warning signs of mental illness in both… More »
The government limped into a third day of partial shutdown Thursday after a White House meeting among President Barack Obama and top congressional leaders yielded no signs of progress.
Taking out a mortgage. Getting married in a park. Going for a fall foliage drive. Cashing a check. Who knew that so many random activities of daily life could be imperiled by a shutdown of the federal government?
Overloaded websites and jammed phone lines frustrated consumers for a second day as they tried to sign up for health insurance under the nation’s historic health care overhaul.
Gov. Robert Bentley is raising more than $1,200 in campaign donations for every $1 received by his Republican primary opponent.
We’ve all heard the phrase, “it’s 5 o’clock somewhere!” Today at 5, folks can head to downtown Birmingham to help usher in the weekend…. More »
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (WIAT) – It’s homecoming week for the Alabama Crimson Tide.
Unfortunately one of the Tide’s top defensive players will be missing out… More »
“As long as we stay focused and determined, we’ll be hard to beat
“Business will be up and running soon, and I look forward to the EPA being back in the north Birmingham community,” said District 4 Councilwoman Maxine Parker.
Susan G. Komen
Breast Cancer Research Foundation of Alabama
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Volunteers spent the evening rehearsing inside the chapel at Oak Hills Cemetery for the annual Fall History Tour.
Since May of 2010, the Tuscaloosa group has taken over 350 veterans to their monuments. Chairman Jordan Plaster says after every trip the letters pile up, describing the event as an emotional highlight of the veterans’ lives.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WIAT) – Shortly after news spread that 150 members of the Alabama Nation Guard’s 117th Air Refueling Wing were furloughed on October… More »
“In the reform law itself there was nothing to address supply,” said Randall. “Probably the key challenge for us deals with increased demand. So we anticipate with the advent of the exchange more individuals are able to get coverage perhaps the expansion of Medicaid that we’ll see more demand particularly around primary care and maybe ambulatory care.
DeKalb County sheriff’s officials say a Fort Payne woman who was killed by her nephew died of blunt force trauma to her head.
Alabama’s WIC program will continue to issue benefits through October.
Daphne High School’s plan to offer Arabic language classes instead of French has drawn criticism from some concerned parents.