29 min ago | Alabama Live
Birmingham police are searching for two men who robbed a Subway restaurant on Huffman Road Monday.
4 hrs ago | Alabama Live
BIRMINGHAM, Alabama -- Birmingham police have made an arrest in the Oct. 4, 2012, killing of a disabled man in his Titusville apartment.
5 hrs ago | Alabama Live
Work continues on Interstate 65 as part of the Alabama Department of Transportation's project to build an interchange to connect I-65 to Corridor X in Jefferson County.
9 hrs ago | WAFF-TV Huntsville
Investigators said 14-year-old Dor'Sayde Gathright was seen leaving with 10-month-old De'Anthony Dejuan Kelly from a home at 142 Harding Court Way on June 17. Dor'Sayde was seen leaving the area with another female in a silver Dodge Charger driven by an unknown man.
10 hrs ago | Alabama Live
A jury this morning began deliberations in the murder trial of a 22-year-old Birmingham man charged with murder in the 2009 shooting death of another man.
14 hrs ago | Recycling Today
The city of Birmingham, Ala., has announced it will resume the collection of glass at its recycling center in downtown Birmingham.
A 17-year-old Civil Rights demonstrator is attacked by a police dog in Birmingham, Ala., on May 3, 1963.
Celebration of Birmingham's new All-America City designation didn't last long at City Hall Tuesday as the conversation quickly turned into a public illustration of a deep rift between the mayor and council.
Birmingham City Schools Superintendent Craig Witherspoon reacts to 10 city schools being placed on the Alabama Accountability Act failing schools list by the Alabama Department of Education.
The Alabama Department of Public Safety issued a Missing Child Media Alert after a 2-month-old baby was allegedly taken by a 14-year-old girl early Monday morning.
Korde Lorodius Turner shot and killed Leroy "Little Fred" Yarbrough in self-defense in 2009, Turner's lawyer told jurors in opening statements of Turner's murder trial this morning.
BIRMINGHAM, AL - Republican leaders from 10 Southern states are meeting in Alabama to plan strategies for making new GOP inroads across the region.
I honestly can't remember seeing a picture of Birmingham in the National Press in the past 50 years that didn't include pictures of dogs and fire hoses.
Supporters say if you have nothing to hide there's no reason to be afraid. Opponents and privacy advocates say that's not even close to reality.
Plans for an expanded rail line near a Birmingham public housing community were knocked of the tracks - at least for now - after the Housing Authority Board overwhelmingly said no.
If you've heard his albums or seen his specials, you'll know that it's made his life interesting.