We had one question for Birmingham voters: who would you vote for? We put up a sign asking that question and a microphone at Railroad Park.
The fire is at ACIPICO, and Birmingham Fire and Rescue says it is under control.
City of Birmingham Assistant City Attorney Tracy Roberts says the city ordinance to increase minimum wage to $10.10 is “now void.”
Issues and safety concerns surrounding the Avondale Mills smokestack in Pell City linger, months after its demolition.
Telephone service is interrupted in parts of Chelsea after a wreck damaged an AT&T box on Highway 280.
Their job is to serve and protect the community, and many times police officers risk their lives doing that duty.
Gardendale Police have a warning for residents in light of a sudden spike in vehicle break-ins.
The victim went to the tag office in Center Point to seek assistance, but this is not where he was shot.
Clay mayoral candidate Kenneth Galbreath was arrested Wednesday morning on misdemeanor charges.
The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office is currently cleaning up a a crash on Shannon Road.
On the March 1, ballot voters will decide whether or not alcohol will be allowed to be sold in Shelby County.
Birmingham police arrested Lee Andre Moultry Wednesday night for the January 26 of Jerrell Rodgers.
Bo Jackson and Tony Nathan spoke at The Club Wednesday night at the second annual “Changing the Game” event.
A woman is suffering serious injuries after being struck by a vehicle near UAB’s campus Wednesday afternoon.
Birmingham Fire and Rescue is working a house fire.