Good sportsmanship lost … CBS 42′s Melissa Crabtree reports on the brawl between the Walker High School head coach and the Cullman High school defensive coordinator.
“If this place wasn’t open, a lot of people wouldn’t be able to use their boats.”
UAB prepares to travel to Baton Rouge to take on LSU on Saturday at 6pm.
The Blazers face No. 12 LSU this Saturday in Baton Rouge.
James Cunningham, 73, was last seen at his home on Bessemer’s north side.
“Can you imagine rats, snakes and possums all in [a home]?” Matthews asked.
Tillery-Bailey passed away on Sunday at Trinity Hospital in Birmingham.
Tornadoes tore through eastern Japan on Monday, injuring dozens of people, at least one seriously, and destroying some buildings.
“We look forward to people coming out Thursday to learn more about this project,” United Way of Central Alabama President and CEO Drew Langloh said in a statement. “Everyone I talk with about this project wants to be involved.”
Diana Nyad has become the first person to swim from Cuba to Florida without the help of a shark cage.
Ford is recalling 370,000 cars due to potential corrosion to their steering shaft that may result in loss of steering.
South Africans on Monday welcomed Nelson Mandela’s discharge from a hospital after nearly three months of treatment amid concerns that his health remains so poor that he still must receive intensive care at home.
Runners and joggers went to Barber Motorsports Park Monday for The Color Run 5K.
A University of Alabama professor recently received a grant that is sure to put him in hog heaven. Dr. Josh Rothman was awarded an $18,000 grant to study barbecue.
A longtime Jasper entertainment site is closing after thirty years of business. The Cobb Movies 4 theater closed its doors for the final time on Monday.
The United States is considering launching a punitive strike against the regime of Syrian President Bashar Assad, blamed by the U.S. and the Syrian opposition for an Aug. 21 alleged chemical weapons attack in a rebel-held suburb of the Syrian capital of Damascus. The U.S. said the attack killed 1,429 people, including at least 426 children. Those numbers are significantly higher than the death toll of 355 provided by the aid group Doctors Without Borders.
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