Tattoos and the artists who ink them are becoming more and more common, but as the business grows, it faces challenges
The Spectrum Internet Assist program will provide low-cost, high-speed internet to the underserved.
Legal or not, people who own wild animals find that it’s not exactly like having a domesticated pet.
Birmingham Civil Rights Institute pays tribute to Japanese-American survivors of U.S. internment camps — connecting the dots between a wartime disgrace and 21st-century fears.
The city’s food truck population is growing and in some cases, expanding to store fronts.
Birmingham's teachers speak about their educational frustrations and aspirations.
Midwives continue push for the right to work in Alabama.
A local business puts Birmingham’s bee population to work.
Hands On Birmingham encourages citizens to nominate volunteers in the community by March 1.
Local nonprofit hopes to bring victims of heroin abuse together through event.
SAIL programs allow students to continue their education between school years.
Alabama Symphony Orchestra’s new music festival aims to expand your musical palate.
Local competition hopes to inspire creativity and positivity in area students.
Law enforcement and nonprofit organizations locally take a hard line against human trafficking.
UAB’s beer and wine tasting fundraiser helps raise money for scholarships.