Deadly accident in Hoover, officers want to speak to witnesses

Hoover police want to talk to witnesses following a deadly car wreck Sunday night.

Prayer service for Kamille

  Community supporting law enforcement as search for kidnapped toddler continues

  Family raising money so soldiers can afford Wi-Fi

  Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure held on Saturday

Bessemer job fair workshop giving applicants skills to succeed

  Firefighters travel to bring awareness to breast cancer

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Bystanders rescue person trapped in Pleasant Grove fire

  Horse found in McCalla, Tuscaloosa sheriff’s deputies want to return it home

  Tuscaloosa hero gets Carnegie Medal for saving a baby

  Ten children get special shopping spree

  High school football players finding new success with Esports

  Downtown coming back to life in Sheffield and it’s Absolutely Alabama

Bluff Park Art Association hosts 56th art show

On the first Saturday in October hundreds of artists come together for the Bluff Park Art Show.

LSU super fan from Alabama born with spina bifida meets idol Orgeron

The LSU athletic department made a wish come true Friday, Oct. 4 for a 9-year-old super fan born with spina bifida.

  Speak up! Domestic violence affects everyone

Experts and law enforcement officials say domestic violence affects every race and gender.

Thank you for your service

A Cullman County man made sure some of our military heroes didn’t have to pay for their breakfast Friday morning.

It’s not taco Tuesday, but who cares? These taco deals are good

  Birmingham golf pro earns PGA’s highest honor

  Plans underway for new youth homeless center in Birmingham

  Breast cancer survivors’ beautiful photo shoot

  Superheroes bring smiles to Children’s of Alabama

Free Legion soccer tickets at UAB blood drive

  Man with cancer baptized days before he died

A UAB cancer patient gave his family one of their greatest gifts before he died, he was baptized. Roberts was dying of lung cancer, wheelchair-bound and unable to breathe without oxygen tubes. His last wish was to be baptized before he died.

  Lacing up for the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure

A river of pink will flow through the streets of downtown Birmingham as the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure kicks off Saturday, October 12.

  Great turnout for St. Jude Walk Run Birmingham

The 2019 St. Jude Walk Run Birmingham was held at Railroad Park, Saturday, September 21.

  Tarrant H.S. plays its first home game in the Tarrant City limits in more than five years

for the first time in more than five years the Tarrant High School football team is playing a home game within the city limits of Tarrant. Friday night was the unveiling of the new wildcat Stadium much to the delight of students, faculty and the community.

  McClellan bicycle trails to double in size

In Anniston, just three months after they were dedicated, a new set of bicycle trails will be expanded.

  Birmingham native and New York Times bestselling author Daniel Wallace comes home to inspire other writers

Hundreds gathered at the Alabama School of Fine Arts in Birmingham to be inspired by Birmingham's own Daniel Wallace.

  An online group asks fans to go blue for fallen officer

At least one group online has asked fans to wear blue to honor fallen Tuscaloosa officer Dornel Cousette.

  Students strike for action on climate change

Young people across the Birmingham Metro went on strike Friday to demand action on climate change.

  Oak Mountain State Park hosts outdoor experience weekend for families

An outdoor event perfect for the entire family.

  Gardendale police officers will get body cams

The Gardendale Police Department will soon get body cameras.

  Police supporters buy blue lights to honor fallen officer

Blue lights selling out of many stores as people show support after a Tuscaloosa Police officer was shot and killed this week

Law enforcement shows support to Tuscaloosa Police

Other police departments helping Tuscaloosa Police during the funeral of a fallen officer

  Hueytown PD warning students about homecoming pranks

Authorities in Hueytown have a warning for students out enjoying homecoming week.

Trussville police arrest man they say drove on train tracks

A man is accused of driving up train tracks in Trussville and getting an SUV stuck on the tracks. A train hit the SUV around 1:18 a.m. Wednesday morning.

Big wildfire burns in Talladega County

Firefighters with the Alabama Forestry Commission (AFC) battled a huge fire in the Alpine community of Talladega County for a second day Wednesday.

Check your chicken, there’s a voluntary recall

Perdue Foods, in cooperation with USDA, has voluntarily recalled some refrigerated, fully cooked chicken.

  A Bessemer mission to give adults a second chance in the workforce

Bessemer city leaders are on a mission to give people a second chance with a program called “Operation Arrested but Corrected”.

Three people arrested in drug bust in Cullman County

Three people arrested and charged in drug bust in Cullman County.

  Calera HS Soaring Sound of Dixie is the Band of the Week

This fall, the band is performing a halftime show called "Driven," using a theme around cars.

Man wants to take endless water invention to the Bahamas

A Texas man is working to bring what he calls an endless source of water to victims of Hurricane Dorian in the Bahamas.

Alabama Ole Miss game kickoff time set

Alabama will play Ole Miss at Bryant Denny at 2:30 on September 28.

Weezer to play free concert for UAB’s 50th anniversary

Weezer will play a free show for UAB's 50th anniversary.

  Foundry Ministries accepting donated used cars to fight addiction

Donated cars are helping people in big ways.

Special 9/11 tribute before Susan Moore football game

Susan Moore High School hosts special 9/11 tribute.

Everyone okay after train accident in Jefferson County

Brookside police worked a train accident in the area of Bracketloop Road Thursday night.

  Tractor trailer loses load near Mercedes plant in Tuscaloosa County

Tractor trailer lost load on I-20/59 in Tuscaloosa County near Vance.

Habitat for Humanity building homes in Centerpoint

New houses serving the entire community.

  Rising Star: Talmadge Skillman

Congratulations to this week’s Rising Star, Talmadge Skillman.

  City of Bessemer honors and remembers those lost on 9/11

The city of Bessemer held a special ceremony Wednesday honoring the victims of 9/11.

  Anniston ceremony remembers 9/11, attended by Governor Ivey

An Anniston ceremony remembered not only the first responders from the New York City Police and Fire Departments, and Port Authority police departments who gave their lives 18 years ago Wednesday, but also ten new names added to the firefighter memorial.

  Woodside Condominiums residents and landlords clash over delinquent $136,000 water bill

A community meeting at Woodside Condominiums in Center Point turned into a shouting match as landlords and tenants clashed over a delinquent water bill and threats from Birmingham Water Works to disconnect service to the entire complex.

UAB expanding tele-medicine to North Alabama

UAB expanding tele-health options to women in north alabama

  Homewood business becomes one of the only deaf friendly salons in the state

Beauty and Ashes Salon and Color bar reaching out to hearing impaired and becomes one of the only deaf friendly certified salons in the state.

  New details, renderings of Protective Stadium released

Wednesday morning the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex (BJCC) received approval from the Birmingham Design Review Committee (DRC) on the external materials for the new Protective Stadium.

Etowah County’s Economic Alliance will stop meeting

Etowah County's Economic Alliance, a group that was devoted to marketing an industrial megasite in the county, apparently will hold no further meetings.

Hoover Teachers given nearly $50,000 in grants for new classroom programs

Record number of grants given to Hoover teachers to implement innovative new programs in the classroom

  The Church of the Highlands to build new campus in Gadsden

The Church of the Highlands will soon start construction on a new campus in Gadsden.

New stairs to replace broken escalator in the downtown Birmingham library

Crews will build a new set of stairs to replace the broken escalator at the Birmingham downtown library.

  Meet the Mountain Brook HS Mighty Spartan Marching Band

The halftime performance called "Attacka" is the coming together of two works - classical and rock.

Police officers certified to patrol on two wheels

Several Hoover and UAB police officers certified to patrol on bicycles.

  Tuscaloosa group to talk to parents about trends when it comes to drugs and dangers to teens

A Tuscaloosa group that tries to get kids to stay away from drugs, alcohol and cigarettes now wants to work with parents.

100 New jobs to open as Waitr expands in Birmingham metro

Dozens of jobs opening as Waitr expands to Center Point and Trussville area.

  Golf Tournament raises thousands for Easter Seals

A Golf tournament in Shelby County raises $12,000 for Easter Seals.

  Four boats and equipment stolen from volunteer rescue squad in Walker County

Four boats and equipment stolen from volunteer rescue squad in Walker County.

  Arc of Shelby County celebrates big milestone

The Arc of Shelby county is celebrating 45 years of service.

  New sensory trail at Buck Creek Park in Alabaster

Buck Creek Park in Helena is adding a new interactive sensory trail for neighbors with special needs.

  The rules of the road when it comes to children, car seats, and buckling up

With the new seat belt law going into effect in Alabama, the Shelby County Sheriffs Office is reminding you of other laws involving passengers in your car, and many of these involve your children.

Chilton County father, son sent to prison on unrelated charges

The old saying “Like father, like son,” rang true for Chilton County relatives who will now spend years in federal prison.

  Law enforcement mini parade for special Shelby County teenager, deputies call it “uplifting encouragement”

Officers and deputies from across Shelby County held a mini parade for special 19-year-old Cody Northcutt.

  16th Street Baptist Church to remember Four Little Girls killed in the 1963 bombing of the church

A special service is planned to mark one of Birmingham's darkest days. Sunday, September 15 marks the 56th Anniversary of the Bombing of the 16th Street Baptist Church. Four little girls were killed in the horrific event at 10:22 am that Sunday.

  Emergency supplies needed for Dorian evacuees staying in Birmingham area

People who live in a senior living community in South Carolina were evacuated to the Birmingham area Wednesday because of Hurricane Dorian. Some emergency supplies are needed for the evacuees.

Make a plan to rescan if you get WBRC through over-the-air antenna

At 2:00 am Friday morning, we’ll throw the switch on a new transmitter as part of the FCC Spectrum Repack project. That means we’re getting a new broadcast frequency. That frequency is what your television looks for when using an antenna. Our broadcast frequency is changing from channel 50 to channe

Attalla man killed in motorcycle accident

An Attalla man was killed Tuesday when his motorcycle collided with a tractor trailer.

  The Huffman HS Mighty Marchin’ Vikings Band has some pop to it

The Huffman High School Mighty Marching Vikings Band is not the biggest, but it sure does belt out a punch.

  Doing Good: Eastern Tree Service

Helping people is part of the company culture at Eastern Tree Service.

Little girl drowns at pool party in Jefferson County

A 4-year-old girl drowned Saturday, August 31 during a pool party in Jefferson County.

  Birmingham area heroes get an Olive Garden thank you

Olive Garden provided free lunch to thank emergency workers in the Birmingham area for their service on Labor Day.

  Gender reveal at Morris Volunteer Fire Department

Members of the Morris Volunteer Fire Department use a truck for their gender reveal party.