CBDS 42’s Melissa Crabtree reports on why the future of resource officers at every school in Shelby County is in jeopardy.
Jefferson County commissioners have given their approval to a plan that could pave the way for the county to exit bankruptcy.
“The council waits a resolution to this matter and remains morally and collectively supportive of Councilor Scales,” the council said Tuesda…
CBS42’s Gene Norman interviews Desmond Howard, who is in town for the Night of Champions put on by the Boys & Girls Club of Central Alabama.
The Moundville Archaeological Park is hosting its 15th annual Native American Day Camp.
Auburn and Alabama football players from 1960s and 1970s will come together later in June to discuss how the integration of their programs i…
The Verizon Foundation has awarded grants to two Birmingham charities.
It hosts students from 35 schools from across the state, representing many backgrounds and ethnicities.
Plans from the city include spending more than $1.5 million on repairs and upgrades at the facility.
A study in Zambia suggests that poorer countries can achieve the same outcome with plastic bags, such as the ones found in grocery stores.
Researchers from the University of Alabama are part of a team studying the deadly tornado that struck Moore, Okla., last month.
Hotels say they are doing what is necessary to continue to keep room fares down.
Jacksonville State University professor Robert Carter is pursuing research that could resolve lingering questions about Lyme disease, an ill…
FAIRFIELD, Ala. (WIAT) — Early Tuesday morning a truck crashed into a home off of Highland Drive in Fairfield. The truck rolled through the …
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