The outcry over abuse at the hands of male guards inside Tutwiler Prison for Women has sparked change.
People in Vestavia Hills will head to the polls next week to decide whether to renew a tax that supports schools.
A new grocery store is opening up in Calhoun County, and it’s bringing with it new jobs.
Forget the blaring sound of an alarm clock, now, you can wake up to the smell of delicious, greasy bacon!
Friday, March 7th, is National Cereal Day, so as you dig into your bowl of Corn Flakes, Cheerios or Cap’n Crunch, enjoy some fun facts about the beloved breakfast food.
More than a dozen designer purses ended up in the hands of a thief. Tiffany Westry shows how they got there, and what you need to do to keep yours from ending up there as well.
A look at five things to watch in the Southeastern Conference this week.
Some clarification about a public hearing involving planned bridge replacement on I20/59 through the heart of Birmingham.
Aspirin is patented and a decision is made in the Dred Scott case. All this and more, in today’s “This Day in History”.
It’s not the way it’s supposed to be, parents and grandparents burying their children.
The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office says Steven Forman of Hueytown, admitted stealing purses to support his heroin habit.
A former Jasper Police Officer and his wife are accused of child neglect.
Students will no longer be penalized for incorrect answers and an essay portion that is optional. Those are just a few of the changes for the SAT’s.
Technology continues to take on a greater role in our everyday lives. Nowhere is that more evident than in how we educate our children.
Firefighters are on the scene of a house fire at 5000 block of Gordon Avenue.
A former Fairfield City Councilman is heading to prison for two years.
Sherry Whisenhunt suffers from Multiple Sclerosis. She’s been able to manage her pain for the last several years by taking Hydrocodone once per night, but recently, her doctor stopped writing prescriptions for pain pills.
“We are trying to get our citizens to assume personal responsibility for their own safety,” Mayor Waters said. “Not rely on an audible siren activated by someone somewhere else.”