ALDOT gives update on 59/20 Bridge Project

The 59/20 Bridge Project is nearing the end of the road.

New Tuscaloosa Councilman talks plans for District 4

Man acquitted of murder by Tuscaloosa Co. jury

  Vinyl records expected to outsell CDs in 2019 for the first time since 1980s

  Searching for Kamille McKinney: No evidence for missing B’ham toddler found in multiple searches

Homicide in Clay Co. under investigation

Volunteer firefighter in Coosa Co. killed when truck overturns

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Deadly accident in Hoover, officers want to speak to witnesses

Ramsay High School student found dead in hotel parking lot

21-year-old charged for weekend shooting in Tuscaloosa

Mother shaves head as daughter battles breast cancer

  ‘Cupcakes for Cupcake’: Church helps raise thousands of dollars to aid in search of Kamille McKinney

Rain to start the work week, but sunshine is on the way

  Grid search Sunday for Kamille McKinney ends with unsuccessful results

Volunteers from different agencies came together to conduct a grid search for Cupcake. However they did not find any evidence of the little girl.

Officials conclude grid search of Huffman area, finding no evidence of Kamille Mckinney

Officials search east Birmingham Sunday in connection to missing Kamille Mckinney.

Brother and sister found dead in Macon County, Ala., being investigated as homicide

A double homicide in Macon County, Alabama is currently being investigated by the Alabama Bureau of Investigation.

Midfield police looking for theft suspect

Police are asking for help identifying a man in relation to several thefts

  Hard Rock Hotel crane crumbles to ground after delayed explosion; full demolition is next

  Family, friends say goodbye to legendary bluesman Henry Gipson

Shaquille O’Neal donates house to woman whose son was shot at football game

Homewood Pickin’ in the Park and Handmade Art Show

  Prayer service held for missing 3-year-old ‘Cupcake’

Most parents steal from their kids’ Halloween candy, survey says

UAB bowl eligible after win over Old Dominion

For the third year in a row, UAB has earned the right to play in a bowl game.

Haunted houses are scary, but are they safe?

Arachnophobia, coulrophobia, and pyropobia. Spiders and clowns are guaranteed.

  6-year-old girl battling cancer becomes honorary Ms. Louisiana; family accepting donations ahead of procedure

Crazy Dave’s Daiquiri Bar and Grill in Livingston was packed during a fundraiser for Ashlynn Carlock, 6, who is fighting stage four kidney and lung cancer. The fundraiser involved a jambalaya and pastalaya cook-off, vendors, an auction, and a blood drive.

  Auburn breaks FBS record in second half against Arkansas

The Auburn Tigers jumped out to an early lead against the Arkansas Razorbacks on Saturday.

  UAB Blazers get another win on Homecoming and for Children’s Harbor

The UAB Blazers playing on Homecoming and for Children's Harbor look solid Saturday at Legion field against Old Dominion, winning handily and improving to 6-1 on the season, 3-1 in Conference USA play.

Possible Salmonella contamination sparks recall of Great Value breakfast sausage

Officials with the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced a recall of 6,444 pounds of Great Value brand ready-to-eat pork sausage patty and turkey sausage patty products.

Suspect arrested in officer-involved shooting

One police officer bitten and one stunned with a stun gun at a food market in Birmingham.

Streets around Legion Field set to close ahead of Magic City Classic

Police will be closing streets near Legion Field after the UAB football game on Saturday.

  Homewood HS band is headed back to the Tournament of Roses Parade


  Springville community supports principal battling cancer

School rivalry was put aside Friday in the Springville versus Mortimer Jordan football game to support Springville’s principal as he battles cancer. The community united and rallied for Team Winslett night in honor of Principal Virgil Winslett.

  Deadline for Birmingham Apprenticeship Program approaching

If you are a student or a parent of a Birmingham City School student, the deadline is approaching to participate in the Birmingham Apprenticeship Program.

  Police: Man pretending to be with ‘Amber Alert Systems’

Police say to be on the lookout for a man claiming to be with the Amber Alert System and wanting information about your child.

Prayer service for Kamille

A community prayer service is scheduled for Saturday morning in Birmingham for Kamille Cupcake McKinney and her family.

A warning from law enforcement for CBD users

There is a new warning from Alabama law enforcement officers involving the use of CBD products. The Drug task force wants folks to be very careful how and when they use this product.

  Pelham Fire Department offer citizens to be CPR certified

The Pelham Fire Department is working to make sure all their citizens are equipped with lifesaving skills.

Bessemer PD: Man runs over another man with car, killing him

A man is behind bars in Jefferson County, accused of running over and killing another man.

  Bessemer man freed after 36 years in prison for $50 robbery gets second chance

Alvin Kennard was convicted of robbery when he was 22-years-old. He was given a sentence of life in prison after robbing a bakery for $50. That was 36 years ago.

Driver and aide injured in school bus accident in St. Clair County

A school bus driver and an aide were hurt when a school bus flipped in St. Clair County.

Funeral service Saturday for off-duty Birmingham officer killed in crash

Officer Alfara Franklin died in a single-vehicle accident on October 1st in Lipscomb.

  Doctors warn parents of infants to look out for RSV symptoms

Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), according to doctors, has the symptoms of a common cold, but it can be a very serious lung infection for infants from 6 months to 2 years of age.

Are you getting the internet speed you’re paying for?

A lot of us pay for high speed internet, but are we getting what we’re paying for? And do we really know how fast it is? A computer expert walks us through how you can test your internet speed,

  Students help light up one of Etowah County’s oldest Christmas displays

One of Etowah County’s oldest Christmas light displays gets help from some area students.

Pedestrian struck on 14th Street in Bessemer

The accident happened on 14th Street. The driver did stay on the scene.

Arrest in shooting at Grambling State University

The Grambling State University Police Department requested the Louisiana State Police Bureau of Investigations to investigate an early-morning shooting that occurred at the Fredrick C. Hobdy Assembly Center on Friday.

New park opens in Pratt City

Mayor Randall Woodfin joined others in cutting the ribbon for One Pratt Park, a six acre park in Pratt City.

UPDATE: Missing Shelby County girl found safe

The Shelby County Sheriff’s Office is looking for a missing girl.

Mercedes supplier Lear hosts job fair Saturday

Mercedes supplier Lear Corporation is hosting a job fair Saturday.

  UPDATE: Birmingham police do not need volunteers for Sunday search

Birmingham police put out a call for the community and asked for volunteers Friday in what they're calling a grid search for missing toddler Kamille "Cupcake" McKinney.

  The numbers are in and area schools get better grades

At least three school systems in central Alabama have made strides when it comes to the The Alabama State Department of Education’s report card.

Pilot killed in helicopter crash in Union County

The crash happened on the 7000 block of New Salem Road, or Hwy 205, in Marshville.

16-year-old charged after woman found dead in Auburn

Auburn police have charged a 16-year-old with murder after a woman was discovered dead inside a home Thursday.

Northport mom to host infant loss and pregnancy vigil Saturday

The Pregnancy and Infant Loss balloon release vigil will take place in Northport at Northbrook Apartments in an open field tomorrow at 7 p.m.

Opry Entertainment Group, Gray TV announce Circle, a new country lifestyle network

Circle will feature original programming centered around artists and their lives on and off the stage. Its lineup includes the return of a weekly broadcast of the Grand Ole Opry, the show that made country music famous.

Suspect arrested in shooting at Grambling State

Non-student fighting for his life; campus police officer also shot but not life-threatening

  Demopolis community honors two students who died in drowning

Community members gathered Thursday to honor two Demopolis students who died in a recent drowning incident.

  Teaching life lessons in the boxing ring

A free class is now being offered as an after-school program to help teach students discipline, self defense and something else they can't learn in the classroom.

  Operation “Arrested but Corrected” holds first graduation ceremony

A program that gives misdemeanor offenders a second chance is celebrating its first graduation class in Bessemer.

Battling cancer, ‘Courageous Carter’ receives thousands of cards for 10th birthday

Thousands of cards, messages and presents have been pouring in for a young Louisville boy battling cancer.

  Remains of Bessemer veteran killed at Pearl Harbor finally return home

In full military honor, the remains of World War II hero Johnnie C. Laurie returned home to Bessemer Thursday. More than 77 years ago, Laurie entered the Navy to fight for his country.

  New drought monitor shows dry conditions persist

Even with those recent rains, the latest drought monitor indicates that drought conditions persist across eastern Alabama.

  East Alabama law enforcement agencies receive federal grants

The Justice Department has awarded more than a million dollars worth of grants to Calhoun County.

  Stallings Center celebrates expansion with former Alabama football coach

Gene Stallings returned to Tuscaloosa for a groundbreaking ceremony to expand the Stallings Center.

  Students raising thousands for a Jasper janitor

Two teens make a difference in someone else's life

Got a big head? How it could increase your risk for breast cancer

Do you have a large head? If yes, do you know it may increase your risk for breast cancer?

  UA student accused of making bomb threat at LSU Stadium waives extradition to Louisiana

University of Alabama student accused of making bomb threat against LSU's Tiger Stadium waives extradition to Louisiana according to court documents released Tuesday

Homicide investigation underway in Zion City

Officers with the Birmingham Police Department are investigating a homicide in the eastern part of the city Thursday afternoon.

Two B’ham officers injured while responding to shoplifting incident

One police officer bitten and one stunned with a stun gun at a food market in Birmingham.

Walker County authorities arrest two on drug related charges

Authorities with the Walker County Sheriff’s Office, Jasper Police, and the Alabama Department of Corrections K9 Tracking Unit performed operations Thursday morning in the Carbon Hill and Nauvoo areas that ended in the arrest of two individuals on multiple drug related charges.

JCCEO Job and Resource Fair at Legion Field

Amazon, Alabama Power, and Regions Bank are just a few of the companies that were at the fair at Legion Field.

  Man, 53, dies in accident involving Tuscaloosa City school bus

Tuscaloosa police say Michael Conner’s Kia Forte collided with the rear driver’s side of the bus Thursday morning.

Charges dismissed against 2 women in east Alabama church fire

According to court records, prosecutors said they dropped the charges against Angela Mitchell and Heather Whitten because the state does not have enough evidence to pursue the case.

  Oakdale Elementary School hosts parenting day classes

There’s a special program at one of the schools that is geared toward educating parents on certain topics.

Deck the halls! Blue Bell releases Christmas Cookies Ice Cream

The ice cream company says it has increased production “to meet the unbelievable demand” for the flavor.

Amber Alert canceled after two kids from Copiah Co., Miss. found safe

Copiah County investigators are searching for two children who were taken at gunpoint from their babysitter Wednesday evening.

  Community supporting law enforcement as search for kidnapped toddler continues

Community supporting law enforcement as search for kidnapped toddler continues.

  Jefferson County School District condemns sign posted at Pinson Valley High School denying students without money food

Some parents in Pinson were upset over a sign posted in a school cafeteria denying students without money a daily lunch.

  Search experts warn social media could hurt kidnapping investigation

Search experts caution you may be slowing down the investigation into Kamille McKinney’s kidnapping through social media.

Bus flips in Cherokee Co., no children injured

First responders were called to the scene of a bus accident Wednesday morning in Cherokee Co,