The U.S. Justice Department is investigating the treatment of juveniles at the Jefferson County Jail in Birmingham.
A local law firm has filed a class action suit against the owner of Serra Nissan alleging predatory loan practices.
As part of a four month long investigation into the widespread crime of a public assistance fraud, 11 stores are closed and 17 people are in…
Reducing violence is a goal for cities all across the state of Alabama. On Tuesday, Birmingham police held a meeting with city leaders to go…
Home and business owners can rest a little cooler this summer, as a once-common crime is on the decline.
A truck carrying Yoo-Hoo’s overturned, spilling bottles of the chocolate beverage all over the place.
The bookstore took a risk and ordered 400 “We Are Back” t-shirts before the official announcement was made Monday afternoon. That risk paid …
UAB is bringing football back, but where will the Blazers play?
An armed robbery occurred at Fox Hall Apartments at 3:17 p.m. Tuesday.
UAB football has returned and many hope this new momentum will continue.
Tuesday marks the first annual “Giving Day.” They are trying to raise as much as they can in a 24 hour period.
After news broke of personal information strewn along the side of Highway 280, the company in charge of that information has launched an inv…
One might say today’s decision wouldn’t have happened if not for the outpouring of support from Blazer fans.
Watts said that decision possible only after new supporters came forward and pledged more than $17 million for the athletic department.
Representative Jack Williams sat down with WIAT 42’s Jim Dunaway to discuss the triumphant return of UAB football, bowling and rifle teams.