In every classroom was something uncharacteristic of children: it was so silent you could hear a pin drop.
Birmingham police have arrested and charged three suspects in connection with a shooting in Inglenook last week.
Hueytown Police are investigating a fatal shooting at the 1000 block of West Harlem Avenue. Police Chief Chuck Hagler tells CBS42 that one person has been shot at a home in the area.
Cullman Sheriff Mike Rainey is leading a small army of law enforcement officials in the search for 18-year-old Billy Wren.
North Shelby Baptist Church is hosting a safety conference on April 24th. A focus of the conference is to keep people who prey on children away from youth groups in the church.
Birmingham’s Fashion Week is in full swing. But tonight’s runway show is a little different. It wont be high fashion making it’s way down the catwalk but rather gym fashion. CBS 42 was given a backstage view of the new look of fitness wear.
Dr. Tommy Bice, Alabama’s State Superintendent of Education, has released a statement outlining some of his thoughts on Hoover’s proposed bus fee for service.
The next community cleanup in Forestdale will be held this Saturday, April 26.
City leaders met last night to put the finishing touches on a property tax increase that voters approved in February.
The city council voted to revoke the ballroom’s business license.
The case is on a start-up called Aereo against television broadcasters like CBS.
You then ask yourself: where does all my money go? Finance expert Donna Freedman says: If you’re a grandparent you may be dishing out a dollar here or $5 there to your grandchild.
If you’re hoping for a scandalous tell-all about his legal troubles, you’ll be disappointed. The book offers advice on how to build a business.
It’s a big issue for students because most private student loans are cosigned.
Spring may be here, but the effects of a harsh winter are far from over.
Former state Sen. Lowell Barron and aide Jill Johnson are asking a state appeals court not to hear issues that the attorney general’s office has raised about their criminal case.
Eight of the 14 people arrested in a multi-state dog fighting investigation have filed court papers saying they want to plead guilty.
Southeastern Diabetes Education Services is hosting a “Live Well Walk” this weekend at the Hoover Met. It’s a fundraising event for Camp Seale Harris, Alabama’s only diabetes camp for children.