2 shot overnight at graduation party

  Residents continue to protest proposed concrete batch plant on west side

  UAB: New federal rules on liver transplants could cost Alabama lives

  Lots of development in Parkside. The only thing missing? Parking.

  Huntsville City Schools offering free meals this summer

  First nurse midwife in 20 years is delivering babies at Huntsville Hospital

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  Hands Free Runs off Road in Alabama Legislature

  Preparing Drivers for Skyland Blvd closure

  Need a job? Here’s how you can get some free training

  Vestavia Hills YMCA closing

  City of Tuscaloosa helping businesses mitigate new construction

New attractions at Alabama Adventure & Splash Adventure

  Beer Fest in Hoover this weekend

The city of Hoover is hosting its first Beer Fest this weekend.The event is set for Sunday from 5 p.m. until 9 p.m. at the Hoover Metropolitan Complex.

  University of Alabama softball hosts NCAA tournament

The number 8 seed University of Alabama hosts the Tuscaloosa Regional for NCAA Softball Regional action.

  Robocalls targeting senior citizens have surpassed IRS scam calls

Robocalls continue to be a pest for people all over the country and right here in Alabama. Especially our seniors. They are prime targets for possible scams.

  28th street shut down next week

The closure is bound to add more traffic congestion to an already congested downtown Birmingham.

Body found off I-22 ruled as a homicide

SC school district considering a four-day school week

JCPS says school bus driver did not intentionally pull away from student

  Parents furious after claims kindergartners were forced in a closet to be disciplined

Missing senior alert issued out of Marshall County

Public advised to avoid Bayview Lake, Village Creek area following 80K gallon sewage spill at JeffCo water facility

Alabama Senate passes bill to remove school board elections

The Senate passed a bill 30 to 0 Thursday that would scrap school board member elections and make it an appointed seat.

  House approves sweeping bill to expand gay rights

Dubbed the Equality Act, the bill is a top priority of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, who said it will bring the nation "closer to equal liberty and justice for all."

‘Shocking’: Ohio State doc abused 177, officials were aware

Dr. Richard Strauss groped or ogled young men while treating athletes from at least 16 sports and working at the student health center and his off-campus clinic, investigators from a law firm hired by the university found.

WATCH: Dog trained to get beer, koozie, throw away cans

A Kentucky man has trained his dog to get him a beer out of the refrigerator. And get a koozie. And throw away the empties.

Did Deontay Wilder go too far? WBC will hold hearing to decide

Just days before his title defense against Dominic Breazeale, Wilder took boxing’s notable trash talk to a new level.

  Researchers track several great white sharks foraging off the Carolina Coast

Brunswick was first spotted in the Carolinas on April 15, about 25 miles off the coast of Wilmington.

  Funeral for former Jefferson Co. Commissioner Chris McNair scheduled for Friday

McNair’s family said the former Jefferson County Commissioner and State Representative passed away Wednesday afternoon at his home. He was 93.

UPDATE: Identity of man shot and killed in north Avondale released

Authorities say a victim was found unresponsive on the ground at the corner of 41st Street and 5th Court North.

  Loved to death: Is euthanizing pets to be buried with dead owners OK?

A Chesterfield woman put in her will that her beloved dog should be put down upon her death so its remains can be buried with her.

'I don’t need easy, I just need possible’, Cassidy Hooper, born without eyes or nose, graduates from college in Charlotte

Cassidy Hooper is one of only a few people in the world born with no eyes and no nose. We first met her in 2008, at 11 years old. She’s now 22 and just graduated from Central Piedmont Community College in Charlotte.

  Pharmacists not able to sell CBD oil yet

It's believed that pharmacists are not able to sell CBD yet because the FDA has not decided how it will regulate CBD oil.

  Donations pouring into abortion fund after Alabama bill signed into law

On Twitter, celebrities and politicians are asking their supporters to donate to groups like the Yellowhammer Fund which is now putting these local organizations in the national spotlight.

UPDATE: Man shot and killed in East Lake identified

Birmingham Police are investigating a homicide in East Lake.

  Man sets himself on fire outside Walmart in Athens, Ala.

According to police, bystanders said the man doused himself with gasoline, ran into the store, went back out, went to a corner of the parking lot and lit himself on fire.

  New storm shelter coming to Fultondale

Storm shelters continue to be in demand, but Jefferson County just doesn’t have enough to protect all of its citizens.

  UA system tuition freeze expected for 2019-20 school year

The University of Alabama System Board of Trustees will vote in June on freezing tuition for in-state students for at least one year for all three campuses.

Alabama legislators focus efforts on prison crisis

Lawmakers want to reduce the AL prison population 15 percent in 4-5 years.

  Man convicted in Pelham quadruple homicide executed

42-year-old death row inmate Michael Brandon Samra was executed Thursday evening at the William C. Holman Correctional Facility in Atmore.

  Elementary students showcase local baseball greats at ASHOF

From Rickwood Field to the Birmingham Black Barons, Alabama has a rich history of baseball in our state and one elementary school is showcasing our state's greatest players with an art project.

  The dangers of texting and driving

WBRC teamed up with AAA Alabama and the Hoover Police Department to demonstrate the dangers.

Ala. attorney general ready to defend new abortion law in court

The ACLU of Alabama said it, the national ACLU, and Planned Parenthood could file a lawsuit in the next three to four weeks.

  BBB warns about counterfeit merchandise

The Better Business Bureau is warning about counterfeit merchandise being sold online. According to a new report by the BBB, it’s a growing problem that’s being described as an epidemic.

  Navigating Tuscaloosa road improvements

Road crews pulled out detour signs to alert drivers that they’ll need to find another way to get around the area of Skyland Boulevard at I-59/20.

  California mom confronts daughter’s bullies in the classroom, gets banned from school

The mother said that although the school suspended one of the bullies, her daughter was being harassed more than before, even saying she had thought about suicide.

  UAB doctor keeps puppy’s memory alive by helping train therapy pets

Just a short visit by a Hand in Paw therapy pet can have a big impact on a patient, who’s in the hospital. A doctor at UAB and his family have created a fund to help train and support those therapy teams.

  Northport Police mistakenly arrest woman after traffic accident

A woman was forced to spend time in the Tuscaloosa County jail last year due to a mistake made by Northport police.

Setup underway for Pelham Palooza on Saturday

Setup is underway right now all around the Pelham Rec Center for the fifth Pelham Palooza in the Park.

House catches fire in Mountain Brook

A fire broke out at a home in the 3200 block of East Briarfield Road this afternoon in Mountain Brook.

  Woman drives car through front entrance of B’ham Olive Garden

Family said the woman accidentally hit the gas instead of the brake.

  'All I can see is her’: Toddler dies after reported sexual assault at motel

Police responded to the 6400 block of Midlothian Turnpike on May 8 for a report of a toddler child being assaulted.

Mom’s challenge ends with twins graduating top of their class

They'd always been good students, but it was a challenge in their 10th-grade year that set them on a course for the top.

  Piedmont falls to Providence Christian in 3A State Baseball Championship

Providence Christian rebounded from a 5-4 loss in game two of the AHSAA Class 3A State Baseball Championship Series at Riverwalk Stadium Wednesday to claim the school’s first state baseball title winning game three 16-6.

  Softball: It’s the only sport where athletes cheer nonstop! And we love it!

When you think of athletes cheering, you may think of cheerleaders at a football game or at a competition, but for softball, cheering in the dugout is just as important as the person at bat.

  Friday is National Bike to Work Day

May is National Bike Month and CommuteSmart is celebrating National Bike to Work Day on May 17!

GreenWise job fair being held at B’ham Marriott Hotel

Stop by the Birmingham Marriott Hotel on Highway 280 from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. on Friday or Saturday for an interview.

  Boy burned while handling lime juice because of skin condition

For those who have phytophotodermatitis, handling lime or any citrus juice - and then exposing that skin to the sun will cause burns, sometimes severe one.

  Alabama man helped save millions of lives

More than 55 years ago Alabama native, Earl Smith, played an important role in saving millions of lives along the United States seaboard.

Man charged after police find 4 pounds of crystal meth

Dothan police arrested a man on a drug trafficking charge, after reportedly finding four pounds of crystal methamphetamine in his possession.

Wreck on I-20 WB at Dead Man’s Curve causing traffic delays

Oil is leaking from the 18-wheeler’s engine.

  Mick Jagger back with Rolling Stones after illness to start North American tour

Tickets sold for the original dates will be honored, but those who can't attend can get refunds by accessing their Ticketmaster accounts.

Body of missing 61-year-old fisherman found in Black Warrior River

Warrior police say he was found this morning at 8:59 a.m. Thursday.

LeBron James collaborates with Walmart to invest in education, fight hunger across the US

LeBron James and Walmart have formed a partnership aimed at improving education and reducing hunger in communities throughout the country.

  Birmingham Airport Authority appoints new CEO for Birmingham-Shuttlesworth airport

Mathieu will oversee all operations and be responsible for leading the airport’s continued growth. He will officially begin June 17, 2019.

  Construction company closes plant site, neighbors still want more done

Amid neighbor complaints about pollution, a longtime Birmingham construction company is suspending operations at one of its plant sites.

Huntsville selected as candidate for Space Command headquarters

The Secretary of the Air Force confirms Huntsville’s Redstone Arsenal is on the shortlist to host the headquarters for United States Space Command.

  Armed robber steals from Pinson Waffle House employees, customers

Crime Stoppers just released frightening video from a Waffle House in Pinson. It shows a man with a gun demanding money from employees and customers.

  New cash crop: Industrial Hemp

Gary Houser is getting his seven-acre field ready for his first crop of industrial hemp. He says it will be used for CBD oil and dispels the misconception that folks can get high off the plant.

  Hoover BOE considering code of conduct changes prohibiting racist language on and off campus

Hoover City schools is looking at a major change in their code of conduct. This comes weeks after a video went viral showing students using racial slurs.

  Award winning storyteller performing at UAB

For two nights this week, an award winning storyteller and pioneer in Narrative Medicine is performing at UAB’s Alys Stephens Performing Arts Center.

  Reaction to Alabama’s new abortion law

The spotlight is on Alabama after the state legislature approved and Governor Kay Ivey signed into law outlawing most abortions in the state.

  Possible economic impacts of new abortion law

Some people are concerned about the financial impact of the law, but others are not.

  B’ham photographer helping women find closure with photo series

A Birmingham photographer is helping women find closure by taking photos of them in their original wedding dresses.

Bibb County industrial park getting a new upgrade

Bibb County officials believe more businesses could move into the county’s newest industrial park thanks to a new upgrade that’s in the works.

Arrest made in Garden Inn shooting on Crestwood Blvd

The Birmingham Police Department has arrested 29-year-old Nicholas Burrell, in connection to the death of a man shot and killed at the Birmingham Garden Inn on Crestwood Blvd on April 26.

  Hoover considering new road in Stadium Trace area

Hoover city leaders are considering building a new road to help alleviate some of the traffic congestion in the Trace Crossings and Stadium Trace Parkway areas.

Birmingham man stabbed to death

A man was stabbed to death on 2nd ave N in Birmingham on Wednesday afternoon.

Alabama governor signs near-total abortion ban into law

The law makes performing an abortion in Alabama at any stage of pregnancy a felony unless the mother’s health is in danger. There's no exception for rape or incest.

  Bessemer City High football coaches fired

The Bessemer City High School football coaching staff has been fired in response to violations of Alabama High School Athletic Association rules.