Federal officials report that more than 55,000 Alabamians have selected a health insurance plan through the federal facilitated health insurance exchange.
Sheriff’s office spokesman Randy Christian says deputies responded to reports of a shooting on the 100 block of Chalkville Manor Drive.
Birmingham Fire and Rescue Service confirms a large fire is ablaze behind Tuggle Elementary School.
Police in Birmingham say three people were shot Tuesday evening near 3rd Street North and Graymont Avenue.
ALDOT says the latest proposal will not reroute traffic down 11th Avenue North, because the city and the BJCC expressed concern.
Lakita Shameka Swinnie was given additional charges after her arrest for aggravated child abuse.
Alagasco has filed a motion asking a judge to condense the five separate suits against them into one.
Southwest Airlines spokeswoman Jenna Williamson says the airline has not used Runway 18 or Runway 36 for several months.
It was a night of music, poetry and featured spoken word artist, Ashlee Haze.
ARC of Jefferson County is putting on a St. Patrick’s Day-themed party to raise money for their organization.
A team of inspectors and painters will be checking the 110-year-old iron statue from top to bottom Tuesday morning.
A group of students from Georgetown University are taking part in Habitat for Humanity’s Collegiate Challenge.
Birmingham firefighters are backing off a statement made by a captain at the scene of a fire on 15th Street North Sunday night.
The Express Jet memo tells pilots to avoid Runway 18 because it’s not safe.
The Birmingham Airport Authority heard back from parking deck companies about how to make improvements to the ones at the airport.
Deputies there say Patrick Minga used Craigslist to arrange trips for clients traveling to Columbia and Ecuador.
The Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT) says the I-20/59 bridges need to be replaced.
The Greater Birmingham Humane Society (GBHS) is asking the president of the Alabama Veterinary Practice Owners Association to retract a statement which the GBHS believes was made in error.