The Jefferson County Board of Education has released a resolution that expresses its opposition towards bills that would repel the Alabama College and Career Ready Standards, and would allow opt out of existing standards.
FDR wants to chat by the fireside and Elizabeth Smart is finally found. All of this and more can be found in today’s edition of, “This Day in History”.
A company posing as Verizon is telling people they can get $54 because they overpaid their bill; but, it’s a scam.
Education funding was on the minds of voters as they headed to the polls in Vestavia, Tuesday.
The Birmingham Zoo hopes to attract some new faces with a free event Wednesday night. “The Plight of the Painted Dogs” supports the Zoo’s conservation efforts.
College students will flock to Alabama’s beaches in droves during spring break. When they arrive they’ll be met by lifeguards, ready to keep them safe.
There was a parade honoring two state championship teams from Birmingham.
For the first time in school history, the girls’ basketball team at Shades Valley High School has won the 6A State Championship.
The New York City fire department is on the scene of a possible explosion and building collapse near Park Avenue between 114th and 117th streets.
Chrysler is recalling about 25,000 2012 and 2013 Jeep Grand Cherokee’s and Dodge Durango’s for problems with their antilock brake system.
Court papers show 33 passengers on the troubled Carnival Cruise Triumph are asking for $5,000 a month, for life.
It’s a scene that may remind you of an Alfred Hitchcock thriller; but it’s real this time.
For anyone in the Harpersville area, there will be construction work Wednesday along Highway 280.
At the request of her family, no memorial will be held at the Horizons School for Pouneh Bahri.
We asked you to tell us about any potholes that are driving you crazy on your commute, and you did! The “Pothole Patrol” traveled to Lipscomb to check out a widespread problem after one of our viewers reached out to us.
Some students in the Shelby County School System can sleep in a little later than usual Wednesday. The high schools will not open until 9am, Wednesday morning.
Missouri would become the third state to make women wait three days to have an abortion after seeing a doctor under legislation passed by the state House on Tuesday.
A man who spent nearly 26 years on death row in Louisiana walked free of prison Tuesday, hours after a judge approved the state’s motion to vacate the man’s murder conviction in the 1983 killing of a jeweler.