Hiram Revels is sworn into Congress and the future Muhammad Ali shocks the world. All this and more in today’s special edition of, “This Day in History”.
An Alabama group that monitors radical organizations says right-wing extremism is on the decline in the United States.
An Alabama legislative committee has voted to ban abortion after a fetal heartbeat is detected — something that can happen as early as six weeks into a pregnancy.
The Gadsden City Council approved a resolution Tuesday to increase the mayor’s salary. The resolution will increase the mayor’s salary to $98,764.64.
Local pharmacy school tests mind-altering herb found in Birmingham gas stations
A Shelby County woman, charged in a murder for hire scheme, will undergo a mental evaluation.
It’s known for making education fun for kids. And just like them, it’s ready to grow! The McWane Science Center is expanding!
An extreme reaction to stolen heroin and money has a sixteen-year-old facing charges of attempted murder.
Taco Bell is getting into the breakfast business. The company is rolling out a new breakfast menu nationwide, beginning March 27th.
More than a week has gone by, and still nothing has turned up in the search for a missing boater.
Birmingham City Councilman William Parker is proposing a plan to turn the old Carraway Hospital into a new development area.
Most of us aren’t saving as much money as we should. This week is “America Saves” week. A study from America Saves says 68% of Americans make more than they spend, but they are not saving enough for a rainy day.
Walker County is now home to a community storm shelter. Monday workers used a huge crane to place the first storm shelter on its concrete slab in the Thach community.
In honor of Tuesday being “World Spay Day,” GBHS is offering to spay or neuter your pet for only $20.
A warning for a common pain reliever. A new study finds a link between acetaminophen and children with ADHD.
The wait in line for car tags will soon be shorter for residents of Jefferson County.
Nissan is recalling nearly 17,000 Frontier pick-up trucks.
Gov. Robert Bentley is serving as the state co-chair of the Appalachian Regional Commission for 2014.