Birmingham PD investigating triple shooting

Birmingham police are investigating a triple shooting that left one person dead on Sunday.

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Police chase ends with suspects shot in Hueytown

Officer involved shooting after car chase

Thousands come together for Birmingham Heart Walk

JeffCo Sheriff’s Office investigating double homicide

  Emmett Kyzer’s family reacts to Clifford Madison guilty verdict

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  Woman complains public transportation leaves disabled waiting for hours

  Peace in the Park event to combat crime

Suspect arrested in Rock the South hit-and-run

Mother’s boyfriend charged with murder in the death of Tuscaloosa toddler

  Teens learn about the dangers of distracted driving

Shooting at McFarland strip mall in Northport

Jogger struck by car in Homewood Sunday has died

The Homewood Police Department confirms a jogger hit by a car near Brookwood Mall Sunday has died.

WWII veteran reunites with French love interest after 75 years

A 97-year-old WWII veteran is living a most unexpected love story.

  Beach season is here; sheriffs offices says expect heavy traffic on I-65

The Shelby county sheriff’s office says the ride will probably take a little longer this summer.

  Fultondale traffic, patrols increase because of 59/20 bridge construction

The construction work on the 59/20 bridges in downtown Birmingham continues to cause road problems as far away as Fultondale.

  Business steps in, donates van to help youth football program

Police investigating a homicide in the Smithfield community

Outpouring of help to save kitten at bottom of Ala. well comes too late

Selma Police Chief Spencer Collier reacts to being arrested

Man mows lawns for veterans in all 50 states

  Miles College awarded SIAC Commissioner’s Cup for men’s sports

United States Flag etiquette

When it comes to the United States Flag, there are many things to know about honoring and respecting the symbol of our nation.

Free women’s self-defense class offered by Cullman Co. Sheriff’s Dept.

Deputies with the Cullman County Sheriff’s Office will teach the class.

You can now tell Amazon’s Alexa to delete your conversations

Amazon now allows you to delete conversations off your Alexa Echo device after privacy issues raised by consumers.

  UPDATE: Suspect charged for double shooting outside Hueytown home

Stephen Christopher Eads is also charged with aggravated animal cruelty and shooting into unoccupied vehicle.

East Ala. woman charged with murder days after husband seeks protection order

A Thursday afternoon shooting in Lee County is now a murder investigation, and the suspect is confirmed to be the victim’s wife, according to the Lee County Sheriff’s Office.

Clifford Madison found guilty in Emmett Kyzer’s murder

He is charged with the 2016 beating of 82-year-old Emmett Kyzer with a bat and then leaving his body in the woods.

Pickens Co. Sheriff resigns, will plead guilty to wire fraud, tax charges

The Pickens County Coroner, Chad Harliss was sworn in as sheriff Friday morning.

  Why are there so many unresolved car recalls?

New stats from CarFax show about 1 out of every 5 vehicles on the road are under some kind of recall and haven’t been fixed.

3 fatalities confirmed in Greene Co. crash on I-59/20; All eastbound lanes reopened

A major crash at exit 52 has shut down the roadway.

  Ft. Jackson helps Midlands vet battling ALS fulfill bucket list item

A Midlands Army veteran battling ALS is able to fulfill a bucket list item. This week, she was back in uniform to lead the latest group of soldiers to complete basic training at Fort Jackson, as the soldiers marched off of Hilton Field for their graduation ceremony.

1 lane reopens on I-20 WB in Eastaboga following crash

Drivers are heavily advised to avoid the area and use a detour.

  Riverkeepers: Mulberry Fork River water might not be safe after wastewater spill

Nelson Brooke with Black Warrior Riverkeepers says the wastewater traveled over 40 miles downstream, leading to dozens of dead fish in Mulberry Fork River.

  Flesh-eating bacteria: What you need to know

Already this year, there have been reports of people picking up flesh eating bacteria in Gulf waters.

  Jeff Co. Sheriff recognized for efforts to warn public about sex offenders

It’s called OffenderWatch. It’s a national network software program used by over 3,000 law enforcement agencies that shows you where sex offenders are located.

  Teen convicted of misdemeanor in death of Huffman student Courtlin Arrington

Jury finds Michael Jerome Barber guilty in the shooting death of Courtlin Arrington.

Workshop held at UWA on opportunity zones

Thursday, people gathered at the University of West Alabama to learn how to make the best out of opportunity zones.

  Mayor Maddox empowers police after rise in shootings

A weekend of violence in Tuscaloosa has stretched further into the week.

Businesses now donating buses after youth football van stolen

A youth football program is getting call after call from complete strangers wanting to help after their van was stolen.

Car hits a 18-wheeler off Birmingport Road

Car crashes into tractor trailer.

Pastors protest Planned Parenthood

"This business is not welcome in Birmingham."

  Alabaster farmers market happening every weekend this summer

Finding fresh fruits and veggies in Shelby County.

  Shelby County sheriff asking parents to make sure teens stay out of trouble this summer

Some folks in Shelby County say they’re already seeing summer pranks. Officials say kids seem to get involved in summer shenanigans just about every year.

  Moody wrestler to compete for world title in Bulgaria

Moody High School wrestler Cory Land is making history on the wrestling mat this summer. The 15-year-old is the first wrestler from Alabama to compete in the United World Wrestling Championships in Bulgaria.

  Brain injury survivor camp hosted at UA

The Alabama head injury foundation hosts its last day of their survivor camp Thursday. The therapy-based camp is not only for head injury survivors but their care givers too.

Former Ala. Gov. Don Siegelman’s probation officially ends

The judge’s signature brings to an end the legal battles of the state’s 51st governor.

  Father and son serve to mend lives at Alabama hospital

Helping people is what the Mathews family is all about, from working in the medical profession to serving in the mission field in Haiti.

Kaneohe-based Marine to be discharged after racist tweets

He will receive an other-than-honorable discharge once his final paperwork is complete.

Waitr offering free deliveries for Father’s Day weekend

Get your dad his favorite restaurant meal even easier this Father's Day.

‘I paid my bill of $36 and left’: SC woman spotted opossum inside restaurant during meal

A South Carolina woman says she and her family noiticed an opossum under the counter at Applebee’s on Fernandina Road Friday night.

Ohio couple arrested after missing baby found dead in the bottom of a well

Ohio law enforcement announced the arrests of two parents after their 4-month-old missing child was found dead at the bottom of a well.

St. Jude Dream Home Giveaway sells out, raises $1M towards childhood cancer research

The drawing for the home will take place on Thursday, June 13 on NBC12.

  GoFundMe created for youth football program after team van stolen

A company is scrambling to find a new van to take teenagers to college football camps where they could eventually get scholarships.

  ‘Build Up’ program revitalizing Ensley neighborhood

The non-profit teaches academics and real estate while also helping participates certified for entry-level construction work.

ALEA searching for suspect in fatal hit and run in Lincoln

The suspect’s vehicle is described as a gray Nissan Altima with heavy front-end damage.

Arch Madness: Blues win 1st Stanley Cup, beating Bruins 4-1

The St. Louis Blues have won the first Stanley Cup in franchise history.

  New early learning center and community center coming to ‘Villas at Titusville’

The Birmingham Housing Authority plans to transform an on-site day care center at the old Loveman housing community into an early learning facility.

  Residents concerned about safety at Collegeville housing community

Safety concerns in Collegeville have the Birmingham Housing Authority taking action after we made them aware of the situation.

  Attorney breaks down Alabama’s new equal pay law

The new law protects employees from being fired when asking coworkers about their salaries.

  Armed robbery at Birmingham cellphone store

Investigators are looking for two men who they believe robbed a Metro PCS store.

  Conceptual design approved for Protective Stadium at BJCC

We’re getting a closer look at what the Protective Stadium at the BJCC will look like.

Moms In Action created following the arrest of two teens in Elexis McCool’s death in Tuscaloosa

Clark started a group called Moms In Action Tuscaloosa, to address some of the crime and violence involving teens.

TBI raids 'violent’ kidnapping suspect’s Ala. home, believes there are more victims

The Cullman County Sheriff’s Office confirms the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation searched the home of Roy Michel Nellsch in Logan.

Elevate Tuscaloosa advisory council making plans to move forward

the city of TUscaloosa is in for improvements, as the mayor's Elevate Tuscaloosa plan moves forward.

How to get a STAR ID

soon you’ll need a STAR ID to fly anywhere in the United States or to enter certain federal facilities.

Calera works to address heavy truck traffic through downtown

residents in Calera are ready for something to be done about all the big rigs that travel through the heart of the city.

Sex abuse takes center stage at Southern Baptist Convention

J.D. Greear, president of the SBC, was passionate as he addressed the large group of southern baptists who came to Birmingham from across the country came this week.

  Oxford wants its own post office

Oxford is pushing for a post office to properly account for all its citizens.

Man accused of firing shots at Birmingham officers charged with attempted murder

Anthony Jonell Moore, 25, is charged with attempted murder and discharging firearms into an occupied vehicle.

  Honda employees will be tested for TB after contractor tests positive

Honda is cooperating with the health department to test about 150 employees for tuberculosis.

  Auburn baseball team leaves for College World Series in Omaha, Nebraska

Auburn held a reverse Tiger Walk Wednesday morning to wish the Tigers luck in the College World Series in Omaha, Nebraska.

Bonds set at over $400k for deputy, woman accused in filming rape of 1 year old child

Bond amounts have been set for the woman accused of raping a 1 year old child, and the now former deputy accused of filming it.

Spencer Collier to retire as Selma police chief

Selma Police Chief Spencer Collier confirmed to WSFA 12 News that he will soon retire.

  UAB helping high school athletes see football better

Several doctors worked together to convince the AHSAA to allow tinted visors for football players who have vision challenges.

Weapons, drugs among items found during sweep of Bibb Co. Correctional Facility

More than 300 officers from various agencies took part in the predawn operation that started at 4 a.m. Wednesday.

  Alabama Woodworkers Guild “Doing Good”

When is a toy more than a toy? When it’s given to a child who has just gone through a traumatic situation. That’s exactly what’s happening at Childrens’ of Alabama.

Lawsuit against former Gov. Bentley settled for more than half a million dollars

The three-year legal fight between former Alabama Law Enforcement Agency Secretary Spencer Collier and former Gov. Robert Bentley is over.

Security camera captures mysterious creature: ‘What the heck?’

The internet is trying to figure out what was captured on a woman’s security camera, because no one seems to know “what the heck” was wandering around her neighborhood.

Behind the Front: Chasing Hurricanes with Fred Hunter

Fred Hunter has been covering hurricanes for 20+ years. He joins J-P Dice to share tales from the coast. Plus, Fred shares his thoughts on why anyone would ever want to cover a hurricane, his closest calls, and the biggest celebrity he has ever come across while chasing storms.