With a week left to hammer out a deal to avoid a government shutdown, some lawmakers seem resigned — if not rushing — to that end.
Who doesn’t love homemade baklava? There will be plenty of that, plus lots more at this year’s Birmingham Greek Festival! This year’s festival runs… More »
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WIAT)– Hundreds of people laced up their sneakers today to take a jog for a good cause. Participants ran in the 22nd… More »
Worship and fellowship often happen outside of the sanctuary. And sometimes those efforts bring several congregations together.
BIRMINGHAM,AL.(WIAT)- Here’s how the local guys around the state did in week three action in the NFL:
Trent Richardson- 13 carries, 35… More »
HOOVER, Ala. (WIAT) – School buses are still rolling in Hoover, but next year they’ll be a thing of the past.
Home buyers like… More »
“Well, they consume a lot of food, no doubt.”
JEFFERSON COUNTY, Ala. (WIAT) - It’s been more than a week and a half since we first heard that George Washington Carver Memorial Gardens… More »
BIRMINGHAM, AL. (WIAT)-First home game at Bryant-Denny Stadium, the Crimson Tide beats Colorado State 31-6 for an overall record of 3-0. Above is Head… More »
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (WIAT)–Coach Nick Saban said after the game that the team learned a lot in this win. But he said there were several… More »
CARTHAGE, TX — Most people get a little tipsy after a few drinks, but what about someone getting drunk without taking a sip? It’s… More »
TRUSSVILLE, Ala. (WIAT)- According to the St. Clair County Coroner’s Office, Brayden Joseph Turner is the name of the 13-year-old boy who was killed… More »
SMITHFIELD, Ala. (WIAT) – The Birmingham Chapter of Jack and Jill dedicated a specially designed reading bench in honor of Carole Robertson at the… More »
Before the Auburn Tigers faced off against the LSU Tigers in Death Valley, fans from both teams dealt with less-than-desirable weather conditions during the usual tailgating experience.
It’s Week Four of Friday Football Fever! And this week’s Game of the Week features the Clay-Chalkville Cougars facing the Pell City Panthers!
In all, Bonner says 72 Panhellenic sororities issued bids since the continuous open bidding process began. A total of 18 bids have already been accepted – four by African-American women and two by other minorities.
We talked with several people in Carbon Hill including one of the women making the allegations. At the time, she was not willing to go on the record with her complaints.
The Alabama Supreme Court on Friday blocked one of the lawsuits challenging a new law that provides state tax credits for some students attending private schools.