Travel rage tips

Don’t let travel rage ruin your trip

When travelling, we all can get frustrated and downright angry over travel hiccups from parking, to security, to boarding. So are there ways…

Magic Mountain Fire

Colossus roller coaster catches fire

It was once the world's fastest and tallest roller coaster, now it's nothing more than a charred shell of its former self. It all began when…

Lego surpasses Mattel

Legos now top Toy Company

There's a new number one in the toy industry! Lego has climbed past Mattel thanks in large success of "The Lego Movie."

Pinson Annexation vote

Pinson annexation vote set for Tuesday

An annexation referendum has been scheduled for Tuesday night at Pinson City Hall to determine whether to annex the Aspen Ridge subdivision.…

Gas prices dropping

Gas prices continue to fall

Good news for people at the pump, gas prices just keep dropping! According to the Lundberg Survey, the national average for a gallon of regu…

ILE - this July 7, 2014 file photo shows Education Secretary Arne Duncan speaking at the White House in Washington. Duncan said Thursday that states can apply for extra time before they use student test scores to judge teachers' performance. Duncan's decision acknowledges concerns by teachers' unions and others that it's too early to make teacher personnel decisions based on how well students do on new assessments developed under the Common Core standards that will be used in much of the country this school year. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin, File)

US education secretary visiting Alabama

Education Secretary Arne Duncan will make stops in Birmingham and Huntsville on Tuesday as part of a bus tour coinciding with the start of t…