Woman hopes to bolster community spirit with yard signs

Katie Jacobs is making Hoover Strong yard signs, whose proceeds will go to buying restaurant gift cards for Hoover law enforcement.

  Grieving parents say priest condemned their son at funeral because he committed suicide

Catholic officials say the priest won’t be preaching at funerals for the foreseeable future and will undergo training on how to become a more effective minister.
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Watch: Pair of horses pull tractor trailer up icy hill

The two work horses surprised everyone - especially the truck driver.


  AL family begging for help after father’s cremated remains stolen

FIRST ALERT Weather: Dry, cool weather moving in

Family holds vigil for EJ Bradford

Auburn outlasts UAB in overtime win at Legacy Arena

‘Saving One Sole at a Time’ continues growth, helping 5 Point homeless community

Hundreds of sneakers, socks and coats were given out Saturday to help people without a place to call home this holiday season.
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Interior secretary Zinke to leave administration by end of year, Trump says

Ryan Zinke , the 52nd Secretary of the Interior, was tapped by Trump in December 2016.

2 people killed in B’ham train collision

Childersburg High School faculty helps save the life of an elderly woman

Will a new downtown Birmingham stadium become reality this time?

Birmingham police investigating homicide in Ensley

Police: Vestavia Hills resident shoots suspected burglar, suspect arrested

Changes in school security since Sandy Hook

Last minute Christmas shopping deals

2 brothers charged for shooting teen in stolen car in Tuscaloosa

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Sign-up deadline is Saturday for ACA health law coverage

Saturday is the deadline for ACA coverage in most of the country.


  Former Bama RB Trent Richardson ready to make most of second chance

  Bruce Pearl talks about the Mike Slive Invitational


Alabaster PD investigating deadly hit and run

Dozens of University of Alabama students taking part in alternative winter break

Alabama Speaker of the House hospitalized

Pelham High School getting security upgrades

Tuscaloosa plans for the city’s bicentennial

It’s never too early to start thinking about a party. The city of Tuscaloosa has plenty planned for its 200th birthday.
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  Texas judge dismantles Obamacare, ruling individual mandate unconstitutional

A federal judge in Texas ruled that the rest of the Affordable Care Act, known as Obamacare, was inextricably linked to the individual mandate, and so the whole law is unconstitutional.

  Hoover businesses rebounding after Riverchase Galleria shooting

Catholic Diocese of Birmingham releases names of clergy who abused minors

Extra security planned for busy shopping weekend in Hoover

Authorities warn about holiday party DUIs


Tuscaloosa plans for the city’s bicentennial

Body of missing man found at Tuscaloosa park


  Family holds vigil for EJ Bradford


  Gadsden Kiwanis to give bicycles to disadvantaged children

JSU Marching Southerners prepare for trip to Rome


  Village Tavern: Steak Au Poivre

Newk’s: French Dip Sandwich

Wendy Cruse: Cauliflower Fritters