Around 10:23 a.m. on Sunday, Oct. 2, a multi-vehicle crash happened on I-65 southbound near the 304 mile marker. All lanes are currently blocked and will be for an undetermined amount of time, according to Alabama Law Enforcement Agency.
Judge Ken Simon and his team reviewed over 13,000 citations. They also visited multiple town halls and sifted through police body cam footage to try and determine if Brookside police were racially profiling.
Birmingham City students, their parents and faculty and staff will soon have the opportunity to transform their financial effectiveness through a financial literacy initiative funded in part by the City of Birmingham.
Trussville city leaders and police are now working to answer your questions regarding a “death notebook” that included the names of 37 Trussville students. The mayor says that the list was found last October, and they only found out about it because a school resource officer heard that another student was threatened.
Homewood Fire Captain Mark Shannon says because the weather conditions are favorable for fires spreading quickly, people need to take extreme caution because there are a number of ways brush fires can begin.
When I heard the Oak Grove Marching Band earlier this season at a Thursday night game I knew we had to make them our Band of the Week. At the time I did not know that the band had won the last three Class 4A band state titles. I do now. There is a culture of excellence with members of the band, however that's not why this band sounds good, its because members of this band work hard and strive to be better than the last performance.
Mountain Brook Police Chief Jaye Loggins confirmed that on September 23, 2022, the Mountain Brook Police Department was notified of an act of vandalism to a house and two vehicles in the 50 block of Country Club Boulevard.
Hoover PD says dispatch received multiples calls of car break-ins Sunday, Sept. 25. Night shift officers saw a vehicle matching a description provided by callers. During the investigation, officers found property that had been reported as stolen, according to Hoover PD.
Parents says about a year ago, a student created what’s being called a death notebook with 37 student names. They say they only found out about the incident after a school resource officer heard that another student was threatened more recently.
It all began when Public information Officer Truman Fitzgerald was about to address the media regarding the city’s latest homicide investigation. That is when several shots rang out. He then asks those present if they are OK. Everyone nods and just as he begins to speak, more shots are heard.
All three residents of the home were arrested on the scene and charged with trafficking in marijuana, unlawful possession of a controlled substance, second-degree unlawful possession of marijuana, and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia, according to police.