US Attorney speaks at law enforcement graduation ceremony

Jay Town, US Attorney for Alabama’s northern district, was the guest speaker at Thursday’s law enforcement graduation ceremony in Tuscaloosa.

Police chase in Tarrant leaves three injured

Dog found with makeshift leg splint prompts animal cruelty investigation in Limestone County

Authorities looking for missing Bibb Co. woman

Bessemer man charged in deadly crash that killed 4 people from Arkansas

  Police release new details in hopes of finding suspect in Tuscaloosa road rage homicide

  Tuscaloosa County mother in jail, accused of murdering her child

Continued Coverage

Man, 27, arrested for impersonating police officer in Hoover neighborhood

  B’ham officer injured in the line of duty, one day before his 36th Birthday

  Piedmont businessman installs free food pantry behind shop

  Community rallies together as Hokes Bluff teen recovers from ATV accident

New technology to speed lines launches at BHM airport

Ivey tumbles out of Top 10 most popular governor rankings

  Toys R Us plans a small comeback with 2 stores this year

The first two new Toys R Us stores will open in Texas and the other in New Jersey.

Target unveils wheelchair-friendly costumes for kids

According to Target’s website, the full princess carriage and pirate ship collection are set to be released on Aug. 22.

EXCLUSIVE: N.C. man builds casket for 6-year-old who drowned in the Chattahoochee River based on favorite cartoon

After 6-year-old Jeremiah Henderson tragically drowned in the Chattahoochee River, one North Carolina man decided to honor him with a specially-made casket.

  Nonprofit helping make fresh food more accessible in Bessemer

Food that’s healthy, fresh and grown locally. That’s the goal of the Bessemer Local Food Education Network.

New program in Vestavia Hills takes new approach to drug addiction treatment

  B’ham City Schools experiencing teacher shortage in ‘areas of critical need’

Ga. mother, three children stabbed to death in gruesome quadruple homicide, suspect arrested

3 officer-involved shootings in JeffCo on Wednesday night

  Officer shot, suspect dead after armed robbery in downtown Birmingham

  B’ham officer breaks up late-night gunfight, 1 person injured

  3 arrested in overnight officer-involved shooting outside Gardendale church

The officer was not injured. The driver of the vehicle was struck once and taken to UAB Hospital with injuries believed to be non-life threatening.

  Vestavia Hills Phoenix treatment program

A rehabilitation program in Vestavia Hills is making a change starting now.

  Road work on Lurleen Wallace Blvd and increasing driver frustration

Drivers express frustration with continued construction in Tuscaloosa.

Shelton State gets new apple computer lab

New computers give students the opportunity to the learn tech skills in high demand.

Safety concerns at Fire Station 27

Firefighters want to talk with city leaders to address safety concerns at Fire Station 27

  Dre Kirkpatrick helps Gadsden children with back to school shopping

He returned to Gadsden on Wednesday to assist some 30 children through his 21 Kids Program.

  Marine Police: Boating accidents and fatalities up this year

Marine Police confirm this year's number of boating fatalities is unusually high.

Hummus sold at stores nationwide being recalled due to possible bacteria contamination

The products have been distributed nationwide and to United Arab Emirates.

Teen waives prelim hearing in crash that killed Rod, Paula Bramblett

Johnston Edward Taylor's case can now be sent to a grand jury.

Red Cross in urgent need of blood donations, drive going on now at Grandview Medical Center

During the summer months, donations tend to decline and that’s why it’s so important for you to help.

Second suspect arrested after Helena carjacking Monday

It happened at the Marathon gas station off of Highway 52 Monday afternoon.

Kohl’s hiring for seasonal positions in B’ham

It’s already back to school shopping time, and an influx of shoppers means new jobs.

Former Auburn assistant basketball coach avoids prison

Former Auburn University assistant basketball coach Chuck Person has avoided prison in a bribery scandal that has touched some of the biggest schools in college basketball.

  Tallulah is ‘on the job’ in Gardendale

The golden doodle puppy raised in the WBRC Newsroom is now on the job with a family in Gardendale.

  Pelham City Council approves process to select new police chief

The Pelham City Council has voted to hire a consulting group to help find their next police chief.

  Alabaster City Schools switch around several school facilities

Not only did the intermediate and middle schools move, but also the central office also changed locations.​

Cherokee Co. couple charged with aggravated child abuse

John Saylors and Candice Shearer were arrested Tuesday night in Centre.

Abducted Bladen County, N.C. baby found alive at bus stop; mother in custody

A woman at the center of a nationwide Amber Alert after allegedly kidnapping her 4-month-old daughter from a Bladen County daycare has been arrested, according to the Bladen County Sheriff’s Office.

Behind the Front: Delivering Weather with FedEx

Did you know FedEx has their own in-house meteorology department? Kory Gempler, Manager of Weather Services, joins J-P Dice to discuss how the team at FedEx’s global operations center helps guide Air & Ground crews across the world, making sure your shipment arrives, no matter the forecast.

  City hopes ‘Baby Shark’ song will drive homeless away

Officials in West Palm Beach are hoping a continuous loop of children's songs played throughout the night will keep homeless people from sleeping on the patio of a city-owned rental banquet facility

  Georgia health officials investigate more cases of Legionnaires at downtown Atlanta hotel

Georgia health officials are investigating more cases of legionnaires disease at a popular hotel in downtown Atlanta.

  Chelsea public hearing on one-cent sales tax increase

A good mix of residents for and against a one-cent sales tax increase at Tuesday's public hearing. The city will review a recording of the meeting and then decide how to proceed.

  Tuscaloosa City Council votes to drop garbage collection fees to offset “Elevate” plan

Tuscaloosa leaders vote to drop garbage fees to help offset Elevate plan

  Sobering stats about seat belt use

There are sobering new stats on the importance of wearing seat belts. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, it’s estimated seat belts saved almost 15,000 lives in 2017.

  Hoover city leaders excited about momentum at Met complex

The multi-million dollar Hoover Met Complex is not yet making a profit, but city leaders say they are seeing positive momentum and a strong economic impact.

  Group of dads hope to make repairs at Oak Mountain Middle baseball field

Oak Mountain Middle School’s baseball field is about to get some much needed repairs, that is if a group of dads get their way.

  Huntsville woman impersonated reporter to see Apollo 11 launch

A Huntsville woman came up with a different way to watch the Apollo 11 launch.

  Bessemer investigators and family looking for answers

Sandlin lived in the Pipe Shop community near US Pipe in Bessemer.

  Long school waitlists for pre-K students

School systems in Jefferson County are getting ready for the new school year.

  St. Clair County students learn about distracted driving

The distracted driving one-day course has been held in schools throughout the county.

Sheriff’s: We haven’t forgotten missing mother

The Cullman County and Walker County Sheriff’s offices held a joint news conference Tuesday about a woman who has been missing for three years.

Donald Watkins Sr. sentenced to 60 months in prison, Watkins Jr. sentenced to 27 months following multi-million dollar investment fraud and bank fraud scheme

The judge also ordered Watkins Sr. to pay restitution of over $14 million.

Two arrested on robbery charges in Hoover

Two teenagers have been arrested by Hoover Police and charged as adults after an early morning armed robbery in Hoover.

  Auto supplier bringing 90-100 jobs to Gadsden area

Motus Integrated Technologies will build a new plant from the ground up at the city's Airport Industrial Park.

Diapers among items included in Alabama tax-free weekend

Non-school items like diapers and office supplies are also included in Alabama's 2019 tax-free weekend.

Roofer injured after falling off Cullman Co. EMA building

Officials say the man was conscious after the fall, and was taken to the hospital for treatment.

  SEC creates Twitter account for SEC Officiating

The SEC announced Tuesday at SEC Media Days in Hoover that the conference has created a twitter account just for SEC officiating to help explain rules and calls.

  Suspect dies from self-inflicted gunshot wound after hours long standoff in Tuscaloosa County

Authorities says the man shot at authorities with the Tuscaloosa County Sheriff’s Office and U.S. Marshals from South Carolina.

WBRC Women’s Expo to be held August 16

Join us for the WBRC FOX6 News Women's Expo at the Riverchase Galleria on Friday, August 16 from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m.

  Cullman Co. consignment shop in dire need of donations

Curt's Closet have 65 families scheduled to come in July with most having 3 or more children.

Tuskegee University police officer speaks after saving woman from lake

A Tuskegee University police officer rescued a woman after her car crashed into a lake Sunday morning.

  Day 11: The search for missing boater, Kelsey Starling, continues

The search for a missing boater on Smith Lake grows more challenging by the day.

Woman killed in Center Point triple shooting

Officers from Birmingham’s East Precinct are investigating a triple shooting that has left one person dead.

  SEC Football Media Days leaving Hoover

SEC Football Media Days has been held in Hoover since 1985.

  Inside Homewood Police pursuit policy

Homewood Police put a lot of effort into making sure a high speed chase doesn't spin out of control.

  Tuscaloosa police hosting gun buyback

Recent gun violence continued in Tuscaloosa over the weekend.

  Tuscaloosa cracking down on blighted houses

The City of Tuscaloosa wants property owners to do something about their blighted homes.

  LSU reshaping offenses with hope of overtaking Alabama in SEC West

LSU is changing it’s offense, more of a no huddle look that might help utilize the talent on that side of the ball.

  Family: Ala. man infected with flesh-eating bacteria after kayaking on Tenn. River

A Lauderdale County man has been fighting for his life in the hospital after his wife says a day kayaking with their kids left him with a terrifying infection.

  Etowah County Sheriff says new jail annex will hopefully curb contraband

Sheriff Jonathon Horton said the annex will house inmates who are on work crews or part of the substance abuse program

  Football is king at LSU and Ohio State, but what about the food?

Joe Burrow has played for two of the biggest college football programs in the country, Ohio State and now LSU. And when talking what it's like being at both he turns the conversation to something we all can understand - food.

  Hoover school leaders ban headphones and earbuds without principal permission

The Hoover City School Board recently voted to modify its electronic device policy.

  Florida Gators ready for jump back into the spotlight

Year two has a history of being a step up for a Dan Mullen team, at Mississippi State it was a four game improvement, if the Gators follow suit in year two under Mullen the Gator Chomp could enjoy a season to remember.

  Social media helps sheriff’s office locate missing children

They are also seeing social media help solve other crimes as well.

Shelby County asking people to take quality of life survey

Shelby County is asking folk who live there for a quick favor.

  Florida’s Dan Mullen talks scoring first Hole in One

Dan Mullen, has a lot to be excited about, first his Gators finished last season ranked in the top 10, and this off season he recorded his first ace in golf, yes, a hole in one.

2 coaches kicked out of Dixie Softball state tourney after fight

The season has come to an unfortunate end for the Opp All-Stars Ponytail team, but it had nothing to do with the group of hardworking 11- and 12-year-old girls.

  Are Prime Day deals the best deals?

If you’re thinking about buying a new tv or laptop, but you don’t want to drain your bank account, you might be in luck.