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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WIAT)– Neighbors in one Birmingham neighborhood are fed up with the noise from trains. About 40 trains pass through the Cr…
Your DVR, Netflix account, Spotify and much more may soon cost you a little bit extra. The state revenue department is looking to make strea…
With all the back and forth on whether or not to repeal or keep the Affordable Care Act, we wanted to know how this will affect you?
The clock is ticking for President Trump to gain enough support for the revised plan to replace Obamacare.
We have traffic alerts for you this morning. There are multiple construction projects that could slow you down.
The fire department is using the overdose antidote Narcan on average once a week.
A bill making its way through the legislature is causing concern in some cities across Central Alabama. It would impact pharmacies and how m…
Homewood police need your help figuring out who threw out a cat like a piece of trash.
Meetings happening from Shelby to Jefferson County that you’ll want to know about.
He may be small in stature, but he has big plans to be an Olympic athlete.
With the explosion of growth and business, that means more people and traffic in the Trace Crossings area.
Polls will open at 7 a.m. and close at 7 p.m. Two candidates are in the mayoral race.
There’s immediate concern that there is some sort of discharge free flowing into the creek that is part of the Cahaba watershed.
Jefferson County health officials say the prevalence of the virus is likely related to the drug epidemic, since sharing needles is a main so…
They fight on average one fire in a shift, but lately it’s been three times that.