Tuesday Aug 19
Agreements end federal teacher testing fraud case
Prosecutors say four people caught in a teacher certification test fraud scheme have agreed to stop teaching, ending the federal case involving a long-running scam that affected students in Arkansas, Mississippi and Tennessee.
Bible school students take up charity challenge
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Restaurant Week kicks off in Tuscaloosa, 19 vendors participating
Tired of grocery shopping and feeling uninspired in the kitchen? This is the week to give your stove a break and try out new and unique restaurants in the Tuscaloosa area.
Northport man found guilty in fatal pipe beating
A jury has found Christopher Patton guilty of beating 79-year-old Kenneth McDaniel to death with a pipe in July 2012.
Northport man accused of threatening Homewood police after his car was towed
HOMEWOOD, Alabama -- A Northport man is in jail after police say he threatened Homewood officers when his vehicle was towed over traffic violations.
Northport police arrest 16-year-old accused of robbing Dreamland Bar-B-Que at gunpoint
A 16-year-old was arrested Tuesday night for allegedly robbing Dreamland Bar-B-Que in Northport at gunpoint and taking cell phones from its manager and an employee.
REV Birmingham pop-up shops announced for 16th annual Sidewalk Film Festival
During this year's Sidewalk Film Festival, eight pop-up shops will take over spaces in the 1800 block of 3rd Avenue North as part of REV Birmingham's "Pop-Ups @ Sidewalk."