Woodfin says Birmingham Police Department is doing all it can to bring the people responsible for the violence building up around the city accountable, but he says the community will also have to play a role to make it happen.
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.
To pay tribute to its customers, Milo’s will be offering 75-cent original hamburgers and original cheeseburgers for dine-in and drive-thru guests across its 21 stores in Greater Birmingham and throughout Central Alabama.
Hubert Farms in New Market is one such operation and their most recent crop is a far cry from the cotton and corn grown in The Tennessee Valley for generations. Theirs, then, is a story of changing times and tulips!
Sharon Ledlow has been living in this community her entire life. Unfortunately, her home and many of her precious possessions were demolished last Thursday, but she’s thankful everyone in this community survived.
One Chilton County restaurant is doing its part to help those impacted by Wednesday’s storms. When owner of Bones Backstreet BBQ, Nicole Bone, saw the path of destruction left by Wednesday’s storms that ripped through parts of Chilton County, she wanted to do something to help.
Some of the most significant damage seen in Mt. Olive has been from trees that have toppled over onto homes. And that was the case for Sandra Henley. Her childhood home was destroyed in Wednesday's storms.