The state teachers’ organization is fighting private school tax credits in court and the architect of the tax credits at the ballot box.
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Two men suspected of trying to steal an ATV from a home in Moody and firing a shot at the homeowner led police from several jurisdictions on a chase Thursday morning.
There have been seven fires in the last two-and-a-half months or so and all are believed to have been intentionally set, according to Birmingham Fire Department Battalion Chief CW
Moody Crime Scene team and Police Chief are back out at the house where two men backed a truck up to an ATV and tried to steal it.
Bessemer Police need your help finding two women who may have stolen prescription pads from a doctor’s office.
On Sunday, a neighbor found 62-year-old Sylvia Darlene Stagner in the home at 4728 7th Avenue North, that she had lived in for about eight years. That’s the only information police know about Sylvia Stagner.
Dozens of high-paying jobs are coming to Vance this spring, along with a new Mercedes supplier. Governor Robert Bentley was on hand as the arrival of Toyota Boshoku was announced.
An auto supplier tied to the Mercedes plant is hiring. REHAU in Cullman, which produces bumper assemblies, has finished a $115 million expansion. The expansion creates 250 jobs.
A former Shelby County DHR employee pleads not guilty to sex charges. Police say 30-year-old Brandon Howard Daniel is accused of telling a female client if she had sex with him, he would not take her children away from her.
Birmingham Mayor William Bell recently visited Japan and spent time with the Dalai Lama. Getting around Japan was easy thanks to the country’s transportation system. Transportation is now a big topic of conversation in the Magic City.
The redesigned SAT won’t debut for another two years, but students can get a peek at what it may look like.
People in Tuscaloosa have a chance to speak with Mayor Walt Maddox on Thursday. It’s the latest in his series of town hall meetings, called “Mayor’s Night Out.”
The Birmingham Zoo will open their brand new zip-line on Friday. Guests of all ages can soar 20 feet above the ground.
Pinson Valley High School’s theatre department is presenting “Hairspray” this weekend.
The Hueytown High School theatre department is performing “Big River: the Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.”
The Oak Mountain Spring State Fair, featuring games, food, and exotic animals, starts Thursday.
A.G. Gaston Construction is the latest company to be dropped from a lawsuit filed on behalf of the Bresette family.