Police say the mother was drunk and driving at 121 miles per hour when she crashed into another car at a Las Vegas intersection. Her car went off the road and hit a sign, which severed off the right half of her car.
Gov. Kay Ivey has given the state’s public school leader until Friday to respond to a multi-part proposal from some state senators and school nurses for screening, testing and possibly isolating students with COVID-19 symptoms.
Jefferson County’s Medical Director of Disease Control said knowing when you’ve fully recovered from COVID-19 is going to vary from person to person, but there is a difference between being fully recovered and being ready to come out of isolation.
As it stands right now, superintendent Dr. Sherlene McDonald, said the district will be ready for school to start, but she also said the plan to reopen Tarrant City Schools will probably change right up until the school bells ring.
We are 46 days away from the start of college football and every fan wants to know, will there be a season and if so, what kind? For UAB Football, they hope to have an answer by the end of July, first of August.
The execution of Daniel Lewis Lee, over the objection of the victims' relatives and following days of legal wrangling and delays, revived the debate over capital punishment during a time of widespread social unrest.
The ban on chokeholds, which were not part of the city use of force training, is one of two immediate opportunities Woodfin and leaders found as a result of an internal review into the Birmingham Police Department.