Stop the Bullying

  Center Point first responders get COVID-19 vaccine

15% of the state’s allotted doses of the COVID-19 vaccine is being set aside for EMS and first responders.

Calhoun County opens COVID-19 211 call center

Regions Bank temporarily limits in-person services amid coronavirus concerns

Governor Ivey forms Coronavirus Task Force

  Pelham recognizes teachers for National Board Certification

Talladega Superspeedway “Fan Experience”

Arrest made in Walker County church burglary

Continued Coverage

  2 firefighters suffer minor injuries in business fire in downtown Birmingham

  Tuscaloosa Co. adopts new bullying policy

  BE STRONG offers new way of thinking to combat bullying

  Is there a direct link between bullying and suicide?

  ‘I miss my baby,’ AL father on the pain of losing young daughter to suicide

  Shelby Cares program aims to educate students on how to help peers in crisis

Stop the Bullying: Phone bank now open to help answer your questions

On February 28th, from 4-6:30 p.m., WBRC FOX6 News, experts on suicide prevention, and others will answer your questions, and provide resources to families needing help.

“The silence is worse.” LGBTQ youth often targeted by adult bullies

LGBTQ youth report more mistreatment from adults, less from peers.

  ‘Tiny Be Mighty’ founder determined to change bullying culture

Tara Lynn Townes is on a mission and she’s determined it will result in changing a culture of bullying in this country.

  AL mother still pushing for change 9-years after daughter’s suicide due to bullying

The strength of Jill Moore is evident when you talk to her. When you see her, there’s no way to tell what she’s been through.

  Is Alabama’s new anti-bullying law working?

  The Power of Words: Life-changing consequences of bullying

  The Power of Words: The personal experience of Melanie Posey