A Jefferson County neighborhood could slide away and people are abandoning homes hanging on the edge.
Lipscomb's City Council is calling on the mayor to resign. The move comes after the mayor's arrest on a domestic violence charge. It's his second arrest in the last year. The Lipscomb City Council meeting
The 2014 Regions Tradition has announced sponsor invitations to four professionals who have combined for 34 PGA TOUR wins, including four major championships. Those players are World Golf Hall of Fame
Police have evacuated the area around the Boston Marathon finish line to investigate two unattended backpacks.
The sub-freezing temperatures expected late Tuesday night and early Wednesday morning will put flowers and vegetables at risk.
Xander Bonelli, 10, has a new friend in his life. Meet his dog named 'Hawk.' "He helps me to where I don't go too low or too high," said Bonelli, of Holly Pond. "He's a furry friend that can sleep with
Bo Jackson is once again mounting his bike to help Alabama on the road to recovery. His charity ride, Bo Bikes Bama, has raised money for tornado shelters following the April 2011 tornadoes.
St. Clair County authorities are searching for two suspects wanted for stealing hundreds of dollars at two convenience stores after tricking the store clerks into believing one of the suspects is either the general manager or the store owner's brother. Also, Jefferson County deputies need your help solving a theft that happened February 2 at a 24-hour fitness center on Center Point Road.
Read ABC 33/40 Chief Meteorologist James Spann's weather update on the freeze warning for much of the state late Tuesday night and into Wednesday morning.
Survivors, first responders and family members of those killed came together Tuesday to mark the anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombing with solemn ceremonies.
Gov. Robert Bentley's tax return shows he's still not receiving any income from being governor, but he and his wife reported an adjusted gross income of nearly $373,000 for 2013.
A pregnant Southside woman was arrested last week for the chemical endangerment of a child after she failed a court-ordered drug screening, testing positive for meth and amphetamine, Sheriff Todd Entrekin said Tuesday.
Tuscaloosa County Sheriff's Office say 51-year-old Anita T. Hill shot and killed her son's friend Monday evening.