Attorney General Luther Strange and members of the Alabama Electronic Security Board of Licensure, are warning consumers to be cautious of companies using scare tactics to pressure them into purchasing or upgrading security products that they may not need.
“It gave me the tools that I needed to make correct decisions in my life where I wasn’t doing that before,” Amy Cate, who participated in the ministry, said. “I’m five years clean.”
Birmingham City Council has approved a plan that will put the majority of the city mass transit in one location.
UPDATE: The lockdown on Norwood Elementary School has been lifted after receiving the all clear from the Birmingham Police Department.
Mayor Glenn Lewis says he’s confident he will get the support from city council members.
Phase II has begun at the airport, beginning with the interior.
The IRS official enmeshed in a probe of the tax agency is the latest on a roll call of witnesses called before Congress who refused to answer lawmakers’ questions.
With just one day remaining in the school year, children at the school set out to craft, color and create cards for students at Plaza Towers and Briarwood Elementary Schools.
The program, called Airport Ambassadors, allows volunteers to give general help to airport travelers.
WZZK and Rogue Tavern are donating more than $10,000 to Children’s of Alabama.
Missions Unlimited is in the process of collecting hundreds of items to transport to Oklahoma.
Talladega Sheriff Jimmy Kilgore says the cause of death for Nicholas Bower was determined as an accidental drowning.
The investigation stems from a Tuesday evening shooting that left 27-year-old Lederious Peoples dead from a gunshot wound.
The incident stemmed from a report by the Department of Human Resources filed against the child’s mother, Camille Fields. Police became involved after the 7-year-old arrived at schools with injuries to her face and torso.
Officials with the Alabama Department of Health say they are still working to determine the source of the odd respiratory infection.
Tuscaloosa Rotary Club sent 98 WWII and Korean War veterans up to Washington D.C. to see the monuments erected in their honor.
Tonight on CBS42 News at 10, Al Ratcliffe talks with survivors from tornadoes that ripped through Alabama in recent years who are still working on putting everything back together.
The tornado that tore through an Oklahoma City suburb destroyed or damaged as many as 13,000 homes and may have caused $2 billion in overall damage, officials said Wednesday.