Prices for used cars have risen 31% nationally, and by 22% in Alabama, according to iseecars.com.
Samford University in Birmingham announced a $65 million capital project beginning next year, focused on athletics and recreation, which will transform Bashinky Fieldhouse, the Beeson Center, and Seibert Hall.
As many as 50 nurses at the Birmingham VA (Veterans’ Affairs) Hospital say their request for religious or medical exemptions to COVID vaccines has gone unrecognized, and as a result, they are being threatened with disciplinary action, reassignment or even termination.
As the nation pauses to reflect on the ultimate sacrifices made by generations of heroes, it is important to remember the service and sacrifice of those who served on the home front.
On Memorial Day weekend, the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA) is kicking off 101 days of safety throughout the summer.
Supporters of gubernatorial candidate Robert “Lew” Burdette gathered in Vestavia on Tuesday night to await results from the polls, which in the end, would be disappointing.
In a letter to Secretary Gina Raimondo, Senators Richard Shelby and Tommy Tuberville (R-AL) joined 18 other senators in expressing dismay with the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) delay in issuing permits required to bring additional production online from existing federal oil and gas leases.
With one week before the May 24th primary, Aubrey Miller, the current President of the Shelby County School Board of Education, is facing questions regarding his eligibility to appear on the ballot.