Questions about paying for healthcare for the poor remain a local concern
Utility moves forward with collections from thousands of delinquent customers.
Department of Justice probe into Alabama’s troubled corrections system follows years of complaints.
National retailers commit to CrossPlex Village; officials continue work to overcome challenges of developing in an urban area.
Alumni continue work on museum for historic Birmingham school.
AARP study puts Alabama near bottom for long-term care for seniors and people with disabilities.
Organizers, athletes hope to spark local interest as city prepares for 2017 nationals.
Software designer hopes his new product will prevent the deaths of children in hot cars.
Unsafe sex, bullying and unsafe driving habits topped the list.
In a week where those killed in war are remembered, some question how living vets are treated back home.
Broadway’s highest award may come home with a Birmingham theater pro.
Alabama Possible role playing activity brings home the reality of being without.
Celebration of movement brings Birmingham renowned performers from New York and Philadelphia.
Public comments made, what comes next in Birmingham's visioning process?
Council president remembered for working hard to improve North Birmingham.