Birmingham Police say Quardarrian Gray has been found and is not injured.
After a full school year of awarding teachers One Class at a Time grant checks, our last giveaway of the 2015-2016 school year happened Tues…
The Community Food Bank of Alabama was able to collect 125,500 pounds of food during the Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive.
A memorial service will take place this evening in downtown to honor fallen police officers lost during service.
It was a welcome distraction when Little Caesar interrupted Ms. Shernetta Bell’s class Tuesday morning.
It started off as just a lemonade stand, but over the years, it’s grown into a big celebration.
Local students, leaders, and national journalist Soledad O’Brien gathered yesterday during the “Powherful Summit” in downtown Birmingham.
This week, Ms. Kay Shumate is using her money for one of the most unique items we’ve seen!
LaQuoya Robinson is one of 19 finalists in Belk’s 2016 Southern Designer Showcase.
Saint Mark the Evangelist Catholic Church is preparing for its 5th annual Feast of Saint Mark Italian Festival.
The Sheriff says the missing man has been located and he is safe.
A librarian from Sipsey Valley Middle School is the latest winner of One Class at a Time.
At this time, they were unable to confirm if Densmore was the body found in the vehicle.
The Greater Birmingham Association of Homebuilders is hosting its 60th Annual Parade of Homes.
The Fusion Awards brought celebrities to Birmingham to celebrate area innovators, leaders, and creators.