June marks three months since the devastating tornadoes ravaged parts of Alabama. According to the National Weather Service a total of 12 tornadoes hit the state, the worst being an EF-4 that hit Lee County, killing 23 people.
The WBRC First Alert Storm Tracker is a Ford Expedition with four-wheel drive, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi enabled, and a five-star crash rating. The vehicle is the newest WBRC First Alert Storm Tracker to join the WBRC fleet, powered by Town & Country Ford.
Everything changed for the Anderson family on July 24, 2016, the day their twins, Charlie and Sophia, were born. Unfortunately, this was not the happy, exciting day they had anticipated when the Andersons found out they were pregnant with twins.
Birmingham residents, local business leaders, and other interested members of the community are invited to attend the March for Babies Greater Birmingham Kickoff event to help support the health of moms and give every baby the best possible start in life.
Good Day Alabama Extra, which launched exclusively on streaming services earlier this month, is now being added to the WBRC’s programming lineup starting Monday, Jan. 28. Good Day Alabama Extra is an additional hour-long newscast of your favorite morning team. Now, from 4 until 10 a.m. Mike Dubberly
The Alabama High School Athletic Association Super 7 State Football Championships are one of the most exciting and highly anticipated sporting events in the state. Here is the schedule on how you can watch these games on WBRC.
A Helena family decided to forgo the traditional Christmas card photo this year. The Nichols put on their Sunday best outfits and did what they do best. They ate breakfast at their favorite place, Waffle House, and posed for the most adorable photos.
The Salvation Army is serving those in need after Hurricane Michael impacted several states in the U.S. On Tuesday, WBRC and the Birmingham Salvation Army, hosted a Hurricane Michael Relief Drive. With your generosity, we raised $72,369.26. If you missed our telethon and want to help, we’ve outlined
WBRC FOX6 News is On Your Side with even more weather updates more often. Starting May 23, our expert team of meteorologists will give you weather updates during WBRC newscasts every six minutes from 4 p.m. until 6:30 p.m.