The Birmingham City Council is taking action to make the city more attractive to film and production companies approving more money for Create Birmingham. The city council voted Tuesday to give Create Birmingham $150,000, so it can continue attracting film, television, and other media productions to the city.
Temperatures have been falling quickly after sunset with temperatures already down into the 50s in some spots tonight. A nice and cool start tomorrow with temperatures ranging from the middle 40s to low 50s.
Pell City Police tells WBRC there is no current threat to students. Police said school leaders found the death note last week and they took it straight to police. Chief Clay Morris said the student was immediately suspended and has now been expelled.
Interest continues to grow for medical cannabis around the state. So far, around 20 cities including Birmingham and Tuscaloosa have paved the way for medical marijuana dispensaries to eventually open up according to the Alabama Medical Cannabis Commission.
Tuscaloosa County court records show authorities arrested Braxton Connell on Monday afternoon and he faces three counts of criminally negligent homicide and one count of being in possession of drug paraphernalia.
The medical marijuana will be dispensed in liquid form and will only be available to patients and caregivers who have valid medical marijuana cards and prescriptions. In fact, you won’t even be allowed into these facilities without these documents.
Shelby County along with every county in the state has a road or bridge project that is now supported by the state through the Rebuild Alabama Act. Under the Rebuild Alabama Act, some Shelby County roads will get needed repairs and changes.
Some of the agencies you can expect to see are the DEA, FBI, ATF and the U.S. Marshall service. There will be helicopters, specialty equipment, vehicles, food trucks, and more on display for children of all ages to enjoy.
According to information shared to the public by Henry County E-911 Director Chad Sowell on social media on Tuesday, call centers in Alabama are either not receiving or getting delayed calls from people reaching out to 911.