Alabamians with ties to Mexico continue checking on loved ones, looking for ways to help
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A fair employee is OK after police say he was body slammed by a teenager who was irritated about people cutting in line.
Crews continue to work to restore power to hundreds of homes in Etowah County after Tropical Storm Irma came through Alabama Monday afternoo…
Investigators identified the victim as 88-year-old Doris Gooden, a member of Pleasant Hill Missionary Baptist Church.
As Hurricane Irma gets closer to the United States, many in Florida are making plans to retreat to Birmingham to seek shelter from the storm…
The family of a young man who was struck and killed by lightning are leaning on their faith after the tragic accident last weekend at Gulf S…
Hype continues to build ahead of the UAB Blazer’s first football game since the 2014 season.
People across Alabama are finding ways to give back to people in Texas affected by Hurricane Harvey.
An Alabama man is stuck in Houston after he and his wife began the process of moving back to Birmingham last week before the hurricane.
Neighbors are concerned about safety for children walking to and from Homewood Middle School, because of an inconsistent sidewalk along Vall…
A former Blount County teacher, who pleaded guilty to sending sexually explicit text messages to a teenage student in 2014, is in back troub…
Jenny Cataldo, of Shelby Co., pleaded guilty Tuesday in federal court to pocketing donations from people who thought she had cancer.
Most of the candidates fighting to be Birmingham’s Mayor made their case to voters Monday night, with about two weeks until the election.
One Alabama fire department continues to outfit its drone to be a life-saving machine.
An Alabama lawmaker thinks school is starting too early, and plans to propose legislation that could push back the start date.