High school students in Jefferson County have the opportunity each year to film a special PSA message for a chance to win money for their school. The competition is a part of an anti-littering campaign for Litter Quitters.
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Facebook is dropping the “like” button for pages in favor of a more simplified approach, but it could mean some of your favorite Facebook pages, including WBRC FOX6 News, will no longer show up on your news feed.
General Manager, Collin R. Gaston, and News Director, Shannon Isbell, today announced a new weekday anchor lineup to the evening and late newscasts, as well as the addition of a new traffic anchor on Good Day Alabama.
“Alabama Strong” is a one-hour music special, produced by WBRC FOX6 News, featuring virtual, home-recorded performances by Alabama artists and will include special guest appearances by local celebrities.
WBRC FOX6 News announced today that it is partnering with Dr. Josh Klapow and Tony Kurre to co-produce and air The Kurre and Klapow Show, available exclusively on WBRC’s OTT app on Amazon Fire and Roku.
Visit your local Walmart in Central Alabama and donate school supplies to help more children start the school year off right. Once you stock up on everything for your kids’ classroom, pick up a few extra supplies and donate them to the on-site Salvation Army bus.