Some Birmingham elementary school students are getting a special gift this month – the gift of imagination.
The perfect score will again be 1,600. What’s more, the essay will be optional, students will no longer be penalized for wrong answers and the vocabulary is shifting to do away with some high-sounding words such as “prevaricator” and “sagacious.”
CBS42′s Katie Muse sits down with Brian Atkinson of Birmingham’s CommuteSmart.org.
For three years, the Wings of Grace Disaster Relief Center in Tuscaloosa has helped storm survivors. Now, they’re helping prom dreams come true.
In the company’s latest annual report, Chiptole warned that climate change could drive up prices for raw ingredients like avocados.
Hundreds of are in Jasper this week for the chance to compete in a national bass fishing tournament.
An animal shelter in Pell City is giving people the opportunity to help the lives of our furry friends this weekend.
Country music star Sara Evans is ready to hit the stage and she’ll be doing so Thursday night at Iron City.
The Shelby County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help finding the person responsible for nearly two dozen car break-ins.
A Calera Middle School student is being sent to juvenile detention after being charged with making a terrorist threat.
The Alabama Legislature is getting close to enacting a law to allow public schools to educate students about the history of traditional winter celebrations and allow student and staff to exchange seasonal greetings.
Information on the I-20/59 bridge replacement project.
A bill to restructure the Birmingham Water Works Board has stalled in the state Senate.
Blount County district attorney Pamela Casey is speaking out about what she calls “serious problem of under reporting” inappropriate contact between teachers and students in the county.
Jarnell Stokes had 20 points, seven rebounds and seven assists to help Tennessee rout Auburn 82-54 on Wednesday night.
Students at Horizon brought roses to the school Wednesday in memory of Bahri. They don’t understand why such a tragic event occurred. They just miss her.
State Representative Alvin Holmes made comments on the House floor Tuesday that sparked controversy, but Wednesday he expressed no remorse for what he said.
The state fire marshal instructed the Centreville Fire Department to let a warehouse fire “burn out” Wednesday evening at Maciel Recovery and Recycling on Airport Road.