The graduating pre-k class at Saint Luke’s Day School hosts their annual lemonade stand.
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MOUNTAIN BROOK, Ala. (WIAT) — The Setchel family is on a mission to adopt a child from China. Their story was featured on Wake… More »
BESSEMER, Ala. (WIAT) – It’s been called one of the last juke joints in Alabama if not the country. Last week a crowd packed… More »
According to the Bessemer Police Department, a decomposed body was found in Bessemer around 6 p.m. on the 1900 Block of 17th Street North.
COLUMBIANA, Ala (WIAT) – It hasn’t been that long ago that the Alabama Legislature changed the laws regarding what many now call the designer… More »
“When things happen people look for somebody to show up,” Turner said on Thursday. “Being a minister of the Gospel, that’s my first calling – to come out and let the neighborhood know we do care for you, we do suffer in your loss.
Tuscaloosa, AL (WIAT)-The Alabama softball team put in their final practice on Thursday before the start of the NCAA Regional Tournament in Tuscaloosa.
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Over the past month, police say about 25 fake bills have been passed.
The architect of Alabama’s new private-school tax credits intends to block the governor’s proposal to delay the tax breaks for two years.
“Right now the class is using a euphonium from the 1960s,” Cagle said. “It’s more than 50 years old. So, obviously the goal is to buy a newer one.”
The EDGE Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation in downtown Tuscaloosa officially welcomed its first three, full-time tenants on Thursday.
Alabama’s second-ranked men’s golf team struggled down the stretch in the first round of the Baton Rouge regional on Thursday. They still managed to finish in a second-place tie shooting 8-over for the day.
Lorene Scott spearheaded a number of projects, all to help young people in need.
Educators say parents are oftentimes the key between failure and success.
The Tuscaloosa Magnet School is now a Primary Years program.
Habitat for Humanity held back-to-back ribbon cuttings in Alberta for three families on Thursday.
The school prank is an age-old tradition, but this time, some students may face vandalism charges after their “prank” caused problems at one local high school on Thursday morning.