A look at some of the biggest stories you were talking about from February 23rd-March 1st. Related: PHOTOS: The Week in Headlines: Feb. 23-Mar. 1
A look at some of the biggest stories of the week, through photos!
Sommer Wilford has been charged with “Reckless Murder”; but what constitutes that type of charge? CBS42 reached out to Shelby County’s Assistant District Attorney, Jill Lee, to explain what Reckless Murder means.
Two teenagers accused of throwing a brick off an interstate overpass and injuring a driver have pleaded guilty.
Sommer Wilford’s neighbors react to the news of the wreck and death of little Jayden Allen, early Friday morning. Related: Infant remains found in burning car, woman charged with reckless murder
CEDAR BLUFF, Ala. (WIAT) — The Cedar Bluff Police Department is searching for 31 year old Michael Adam Maddox.
Maddox was last seen in… More »
BESSEMER, Ala. (WIAT) — A fire broke out at a home on the 2000 block of 15th Street North in Bessemer on Friday night…. More »
Sherri Jackson sits down UNCF Scholarship Recipient: Rasheed Miles.
CBS42′s Tiffany Westry spoke with psychologist, Dr. Josh Klapow about the impact the tragic discovery of Jayden Allen’s body could have on the first responders who found him.
The UNCF Birmingham has announced that The O’Jays will be performing at the annual Masked Ball
A look at the scores from the first day of Championship games at the Final 48.
The 1A Boys State Championship basketball tournament featured a familiar face, with the St. Jude Pirates looking to go back-to-back. Their opponent, however, was a new face on the block. The Parrish High School Tornadoes were making their first ever appearance in a state championship game.
CBS42′s Melissa Crabtree tells us people living in Branchville community haven’t gotten a break from weather in several weeks.
Even those who protect us, sometimes need protection themselves. Hoover Police Chief Nick Derzis was attacked in his home on February 10th.
Civil Rights Attorney Arthur Shores was at the forefront of litigation and The Civil Rights Movement in Birmingham. As a result, he and his family became targets of people who sought to silence the movement. His daughters, Judge Helen Shores Lee, and Barbara Shores sat down with CBS42 to talk about how their father’s legacy and how it has helped shape Birmingham’s past, present and future.
A former Cleburne County teacher and girls basketball coach who pleaded guilty to having sex with a student will have to spend another 7 months in prison.
A judge has denied Joyce Garrard’s request for a change of venue.
Michael Jackson cleans up at the Grammys and Richard Spikes invents the automatic gear shift. All this and more in today’s special edition of, “This Day in History”.