Residents will vote on whether to approve a 14 mil property tax.
Passenger train service could be a thing of the past in cities like Tuscaloosa unless Congress approves additional funding.
Crews began demolishing the old Adams Inn on 3rd Avenue on Wednesday.
A federal judge has set a May 19 trial date for a lawsuit challenging a new Alabama abortion law.
A repeal of the Common Core curriculum standards and a cap on payday loan interest rates are among the legislative proposals that are dead for the 2014 session.
Alabama tailback Altee Tenpenny was charged with marijuana possession after an arrest in his Arkansas hometown over spring break.
Members of a legislative committee have shot down a bill to let people carry loaded handguns in their cars without a concealed carry permit.
The man, referred to as John Doe 28, is suspected of engaging in sexually explicit activities first record by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children in November of 2012.
Members of a group trying to unionize college athletes sought out potential congressional allies Wednesday as they braced for an appeal of a ruling that said full scholarship athletes at Northwestern University are employees who have the right to form a union.
The Alabama Supreme Court, in a decision unsealed Tuesday, again sided with the state’s attorney general in attempts to shut down electronic bingo casinos in Greene County.
It’s crunch time for taxpayers who still haven’t filed a tax return. That last-minute sprint to finish can sometimes lead to costly mistakes.
Cases of the measles are popping up across the country. Authorities say the main cause is travel and people not taking precautions. Anyone who has it and sneezes or coughs can pass it on.
This weekend hundreds of cyclists will roll into Montevallo for the 2014 Tour de Cure. Once again, CBS42 is proud to be a sponsor of the event.
Injuries associated with ATV’s and golf carts go up during the spring and summer months. Many of those injured or killed are children.
Birmingham Fire was called out to the 200 block of Westchester Drive around 4 am Wednesday morning for a house fire. Firefighters have put out the flames, but the roof of the home is completely destroyed.
The 7th Annual World Autism Awareness Day kicks off today. It’s a chance for local organizations to hold unique fundraising and awareness events.
A new study from Rice University finds that people are more likely to splurge on expensive hotels and be less satisfied with their trip, when they book it while at the office.
They may be a rare find for some, but they are causing worry in others. Thousands of starfish, either dead or dying, are washing onto beaches from Perdido Key to Fort Morgan.