Police in Oxford are on the scene of a standoff, according to Lt. Owens with the Oxford Police Department.
A Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777-200 carrying 239 people lost contact with air traffic control early Saturday morning, March 8, 2014 on a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing.
A 22-pound house cat attacked a baby inside a Portland house Sunday, forcing the family and a dog to barricade themselves inside a bedroom.
A female was able to make it out of the fire safely, but 85-year-old Arthur McShan died in the blaze, according to the Jefferson County Coroner.
It was a night of music, poetry and featured spoken word artist, Ashlee Haze.
Central High School will divide into six learning communities, each with a different curriculum to help students become better prepared for either college or a career.
ARC of Jefferson County is putting on a St. Patrick’s Day-themed party to raise money for their organization.
A team of inspectors and painters will be checking the 110-year-old iron statue from top to bottom Tuesday morning.
A group of students from Georgetown University are taking part in Habitat for Humanity’s Collegiate Challenge.
Birmingham firefighters are backing off a statement made by a captain at the scene of a fire on 15th Street North Sunday night.
The Express Jet memo tells pilots to avoid Runway 18 because it’s not safe.
The Birmingham Airport Authority heard back from parking deck companies about how to make improvements to the ones at the airport.
Deputies there say Patrick Minga used Craigslist to arrange trips for clients traveling to Columbia and Ecuador.
According to AAA, that loss in revenue is trickling down to customers.
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The Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT) says the I-20/59 bridges need to be replaced.
A senior tax adviser says there’s up to a $2,500 in interest that is fully deductible, whether you itemize or use the standard deduction.
Two million students could have qualified for federal Pell Grants in the 2011 school year did not because they did not apply.