5-month-old boy dies after being found unresponsive in bath tub

The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the death of a 5-month-old boy.

  Utility vehicles broken into this morning in downtown B’ham

Someone broken into an unknown number of utility vehicles early Sunday morning in downtown Birmingham.

Police investigating child shot in Titusville

Officers on the scene say a child under the age of 16 was shot in the leg.

Jasper police officer identified as victim in Walker Co. double death investigation

The Walker County Coroner’s Office confirms two victims of apparent gunshot wounds were found on Sharon Blvd. under the I-22 Dora-Sumiton exit.

Work Week Forecast: It’s about to get muggy!

Fall officially started Saturday, but this week’s forecast still resembles summer.

High school cross country runner passes away after local meet on Saturday

Cross country runner passes away after local meet.

Minor killed in accident in Jasper

juvenile passed this morning due to injuries sustained in an accident on Saturday.

Family pleading for answers 6 years after relative’s death

A mourning family in Jefferson County continues to beg for answers, six years after their relative was found dead.

Etowah Co. deputy injured in wreck during pursuit

Officials say the deputy was pursuit a fleeing vehicle on County Road 71 near Gilley Road around 10:30 a.m. when the accident occurred.

Irondale PD asking for assistance finding person of interest

Steven Richard Mulkey is a person of interest in a missing person’s case from the 2500 block of Crestwood Blvd., police say.

T-shirts replace prayer before HS games in Blount Co.

T-shirts with the Lord's Prayer will be handed out to the first 500 people who want them at Locust Fork High School's game Friday night.

  Pinson Valley holds off Oxford, 28-13

Pinson Valley quarterback Bo Nix accounted for three touchdowns - two passing, one rushing - to lead the Indians past Oxford 28-13.

Fultondale City Council approves money to help economic development

Over the last 10 years, the city of Fultondale has seen great strides in its commercial development.

Widow with few months to live now facing flooding from Florence

Widow Debra Wright's doctors diagnosed her with cancer and gave her a year to live earlier this year, and now Hurricane Florence is devastating her home.

Update creates more protection of personal credit information

Consumers can take a big step to protect their personal credit information, but many are unaware of it.

1 in custody after shots fired in Ensley

At least one person is in custody after police “actively followed” a vehicle in Ensley.

2 Birmingham universities hit record enrollment again

Samford and UAB both hit record enrollment again

School systems continue to evaluate sentry program

Alabama schools are considering whether or not to implement the sentry program

Police chase from Calera ends with crash near Prattville

The police chief says at one point the suspect tried to hit a sheriff's deputy with her vehicle.

Local companies increasing benefits for workers

Companies are competing for workers, and many are increasing salaries and benefits to fill all of their positions.

I-65 reopens in Morgan County following bridge repair

The bridge had been closed since Wednesday evening when a tractor-trailer wreck damaged the bridge near mile marker 319.

  B’ham manufacturing job fair wants to fill 500+ positions

The Central Six Alabama Works group attempts to create a 21st Century workforce and find employees for companies in the region.

Will Liberty Park development affect Vestavia schools?

Vestavia Hills' Superintendent of schools says they're ready to handle more growth in the area.

Unsettling stripes in Pinson result in disciplinary action

Several streets in Pinson have an issue with their caution stripes on roadways.

Residents on Fultondale’s Walker Chapel Road concerned about speeding drivers

Walker Chapel Road has been a popular cut through road in Fultondale for years.

Do you need assistance paying bills?

Nearly one-third of American households struggle to pay their utility bills.

City of Bessemer starting construction on 2 new safe rooms

The city of Bessemer is set to start construction soon on two new safe rooms.

Interactive map predicts fall color change for each week

An interactive map on the Alabama Tourism Department’s website allows visitors to see the predicted fall color change for each weekend this fall.

A Healthy Rivalry: Mountain Brook senior making impact off field

The Spartans are calling this game a “Gold Out” and encourage all fans to wear gold, the color that represents childhood cancer.

Calling all extras! New movie filming in Birmingham is looking to hire hundreds

Movie crews are setting up in downtown Birmingham, and they are looking to hire hundreds of extras.

Road repairs provide relief for St. Clair Co. drivers

Big potholes causing lots of problems at a railroad crossing in St. Clair County have been fixed, giving drivers some much needed relief.

Start of fall fire season begins with hot temperatures

The start of Alabama's fall fire season comes as the state is stuck in a hot and dry weather pattern.

High school students suspended over candy laced with drugs

A group of Arkansas high school students are suspended after taking candy laced with drugs.

Gardendale City Council re-purposes millions once designated for new school system

For several years, the city of Gardendale used a $10 million property tax to collect money it hoped would help fund a new school system.

Nearly 100 surveillance cameras in B’ham could soon keep a watchful eye on crime

The city of Birmingham is thinking about how to keep a much closer eye on you in hopes of cutting down on violent crime by putting up nearly 100 surveillance cameras around the city.

I-65 SB closed in Morgan Co. after wreck causes damage to bridge

Interstate 65 in Morgan County is closed for an unknown about of time.

Local retail stores preparing to hire seasonal workers

Local stores are getting ready for a big holiday season and they want to hire even more seasonal workers than they have in the past.

Jacksonville State reflects 6 months after EF-3 tornado hit campus

Wednesday marks six months since a devastating EF-3 tornado struck the city of Jacksonville and the Jacksonville State University campus.

Hoover City Schools working to fill bus driver shortage

Hoover was down by 10 drivers, but that hole should be filled by October 1.

World’s largest trucking convoy event coming to Alabama to support Special Olympics

The world’s largest truck convoy is coming to Alabama for the very first time and it’s all to support special Olympics.

AL Sec. of State responds to ACLU lawsuit over Twitter blocking

John Merrill responds to a lawsuit filed by the ACLU claiming he violated the First Amendment Rights of three people he blocked on Twitter.