Birmingham police create 'safe meeting zones’ for online sales

The department has setup Safe Meeting Zones in all precinct lobbies. They are open 24 hours per day and available to make safe product transfers.

  Donations needed for influential civil rights DJ “Tall Paul”’s gravesite

A sculpture to commemorate the arts unveiled in downtown Gadsden

Deadly fire in Cullman County

Small plane crash in Talladega Co.

Nick Saban after Tide’s Scrimmage: “No one is 100% right now”

Defense shines in UAB’s 2nd Scrimmage

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Local event provides community with health screening and school supplies

  Former Bessemer City, Restoration Academy football standout shot and killed in Montgomery

  Are you watching your kids in the parking lot?

‘Easy Rider’ star and writer Peter Fonda dies at age 79

Four arrested after shots fired inside a Moss Point Waffle House

  Birmingham City Schools reminding parents to register kids

  Birmingham City Schools reminding parents to register kids

Getting your child in school on time helps set them up for success.

  Family mourns son on third anniversary of his murder

Roger Cheatham's mother hopes someone will help her find her son's killer. Cheatham was shot and killed in 2016.

  Police warn parents about danger some apps pose to kids

Some of the apps on your child's phone may be more than they appear.

  UAB football makes a splash at practice

The UAB Blazers traded in the football field for some fun in the sun Friday for their 16th day of fall camp.

  59/20 bridge project is on schedule, traffic improving

  Blount County man beaten during break-in

  Alabama State student among dead after 5 shot near campus

Site of vacant church is future home of affordable housing in Birmingham

Video shows baby girl being struck, suffocated; Millbrook man arrested

  VIDEO: Lightning bolt strikes inches away from S.C. school guidance counselor

  VIDEO: Lightning bolt strikes inches away from S.C. school guidance counselor

A Horry County guidance counselor had quite the scare when a bolt of lightning struck near inches from him as he was walking to his car.

Roy Moore defamation lawsuit against accusers is paused

A judge has paused a defamation suit filed by Roy Moore against women who accused him during his unsuccessful U.S. Senate bid of past misconduct

  Calera police arrest two people for cocaine trafficking arrest off I-65

We are learning more about how a suspicious activity call to the police lead to a big cocaine arrest.

  Shelby County Sheriff’s office track down stolen car thanks to tips from public

The Shelby County Sheriff's office has a reminder for people when it comes to their vehicles.

  Thomas Rhett Concert expected to impact traffic on I-65 Saturday evening

Saturday travel could be interrupted by big time traffic congestion.

  WBRC FOX6 News Women’s Expo

Folks came out to meet WBRC FOX6 News personalities and meet vendors from around the Birmingham area.

Columbus police officer arrested after fleeing the scene of accident, reporting her vehicle stolen

Columbus police have arrested one of their own.

Pedestrian struck, killed on Hwy. 280

Authorities identified the victim as 34-year-old Jeffery Allen Hayes.

  The fight is on for the Robert E Reed Foundation against gastrointestinal cancers

The Robert E. Reed Foundation has been raising awareness and understanding gastrointestinal cancers for almost 17 years.

  Lee Co. DA: Man who poisoned trees at Toomer’s Corner not paying fines

The Lee County District Attorney says Harvey Updyke, the man who poisoned the trees at Toomer’s Corner, has not been paying his court-ordered fines.

  Hoover K9 Ace has some summer fun at Spain Park High School

Hoover K9 officer Ace gets to play a little bit while at work at Spain Park High Sschool

  Garbage truck drives into house in Vestavia Hills

Garbage truck crashes into home in Vestavia Hills.

  Former Bama player getting Carbon Hill to win as one out on the football field

The Carbon Hill football team has a new head coach in former Bama and NFL player Chavis Williams.

'A living legacy’: Charlotte woman celebrates 115th birthday

Hester McCardell Ford of Charlotte celebrated her 115th birthday Thursday!

  Stand your ground: Phenix City jewelry store owner fires shots to defend against armed robbers

Rusty Gorman, owner of Custom Jewelers pulled out his own gun to fight back and had every right to do so by the “stand your ground” law.

Questions surround shooting death of 19-year-old college student in Talladega by off-duty officer

Questions still surround the shooting death of a 19-year-old college student in Talladega at the hands of an off-duty Lincoln Police officer.

  Second person dies after shooting near Alabama State University

The shooting happened in the 800 block of N University Drive near the campus of Alabama State.

  Graysville bringing back police force

The new police department will open September 1st.

SC father delivers baby in family car on the way to hospital

It was quite an early morning for a Goose Creek father who managed to deliver his baby boy in the family car and get the newborn and his wife to the hospital.

  UA researcher studies why heatwaves are strengthening across the United States

Heatwaves are getting bigger and more severe according to Dr. David Keelling, a University of Alabama assistant professor of geography.

  Juvenile charged with making terrorist threat after lockout at two Tuscaloosa County schools

Tuscaloosa County Sheriff's Department confirms a juvenile was charged with making a terrorist threat after two school went on lockout following an off-campus threat against Tuscaloosa County High Schiool

  Shelby County organization makes big impact to workforce

Shelby County organization 58 Inc. is helping companies all over the region meet their biggest needs by adding more skilled workers to the workforce.

Migraine medicine could lead to life-threatening infection; recall announced

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced Thursday, August 15 that a medication used to treat migraines was being pulled from shelves because continued use could lead to serious, life threatening infections.

Student charged after Hoover City School System threat found not credible

A 15-year-old student admitted to send the threatening message.

Ala. teacher on paid leave after pleading guilty to spying on children in bathroom

Warren Kelley, a teacher and coach at Susan Moore High School in Blount County, pleaded guilty to aggravated criminal surveillance.

Irondale Police using new tech to catch crooks

A camera system is Irondale is proving helpful to police.

  Suspected arson at new Walker County Sheriff’s office substation in Parrish

The Walker County Sheriff's office believes someone set fire to the new substation coming to Parish, Al.

Huffman High School closed Friday because of AC issues

Huffman High School students will be out of school Friday because the air conditioning system is broken.

Man found guilty of human trafficking and sexually abusing a 4-year-old girl

Blount County man found guilty of human trafficking and sexually abusing a 4-year-old girl.

  Tyson Foods releases open letter about wastewater spill

Tyson Foods pens an open letter to residents.

  Residents concerned about water leaks on southside

Residents in downtown Birmingham are concerned about water leaks in their area.

  Attorney for Birmingham Police Officer accused of excessive force speaks out

A police officer is facing charges after using is being considered as excessive force.

  Youth mental health first aid training at Homewood City Schools

Homewood schools want to step in an give students an outlet for mental health.

ALEA issues Missing Senior Alert for Perry County man

The Uniontown Police Department is asking for the public’s help in finding Archie Calvin Evans.

  SafeHouse Shelby County holds gala to celebrate 30 years of service

Safehouse is celebrating 30 years of providing lifesaving services for victims of violence and the organization is holding an anniversary gala.

  Goodyear Gadsden lays off 175; Union president blames NAFTA

The union president representing Goodyear workers in Gadsden says the old NAFTA deal is costing the area jobs.

  Man wanted for breaking into several vehicles in Hoover and Jefferson Co.

The thefts happened in the 2000 block of Russet Woods Trail and on Woodhaven Road and the Morgan Road area

  Thompson Warriors football team visits Children’s Hospital

Members of the Thompson Warriors football team visited Children’s Hospital to help give them an understanding of who they will be playing for in their season opener.

  Thompson Warriors football team visits Children’s Hospital

Members of the Thompson Warriors football team visited Children’s Hospital to help give them an understanding of who they will be playing for in their season opener.

Chris Stewart tweets health update, says he could be home Friday

Chris Stewart says he could go home Friday after having bypass surgery.

  Minor HS looks to win football games with the right kind of foundation

The Minor Tigers coming off another playoff appearance in 2018 are wanting to contend for a Region 5 title in class 6A, but it's not going to be easy.

18-year-old man killed in accident on Lakeshore Parkway

18-year-old man killed in car accident on Lakeshore Parkway when the car went into the median and flipped several times.

  6 police shot in standoff that ‘could have been far worse’

Philadelphia Police Commissioner Richard Ross expressed amazement that the standoff, which began Wednesday when officers attempted to serve a warrant, ended with no one dead.

  Firefighters working to extinguish fire at Moody Blue Bar

Officials say to take a route other than Moody Parkway until further advised.

  FDA allowing new antidepressant on the market

UAB researchers helped get approval for this treatment, which is focused on helping the millions of Americans who do not respond to the classic antidepressants.

  Tuscaloosa Councilwoman opens up her business as cooling station

The temporary cooling station is located at the McKinstry banquet hall on Jug factory Road and is available upon request.

Company seeks ‘Friends’ super fan to watch 25 hours of classic sitcom for $1,000

Could there BE an easier way to earn some cash??!!

  Explosive fire at Cullman business is out

The fire began early Thursday morning.

  Public outrage over proposed max bus rate increases and route changes

More outrage over proposed Max Bus price increases and route changes.

  AC problems corrected at 1 Birmingham school

Birmingham City Schools say the air conditioning at Avondale Elementary is now fully fuctional. This after what they describe as being “a brief issue” happened before school Wednesday.

  Keep an eye out for pets during summer months

It’s important to make sure your pet and even your neighbor’s pet are safe in these hot conditions.

  How the heat affects your car

The summer heat can be extremely bad for your car if you are not careful.

  Protesters march after college student shot by Lincoln officer in Talladega

More than 24 hours after a shooting in Talladega left a college student dead, a group of protesters marched around city hall.

Vestavia Hills Police explain how to spot and report fake money

Scammers are targeting businesses with counterfeit bills.

Alabaster partnership to affordable wifi for students at home

Students will now have an affordable option to have wifi on the go.

  Donation Drive to help support Tuscaloosa Metro Animal Shelter

Donation drive organized to help support Tuscaloosa Metro Animal Shelter

  Neighbors complain about condition of old Ensley High School

An eyesore and breeding ground for snakes and rats, some neighbors in Ensley calling out the city of Birmingham about the condition of the old Ensley High School.

  Entertainment area unlike any other in the state coming to Pelham

A new development could tie together all of Pelhams most important assets.