As of July 13, 2017, Weld is suspending publication of its weekly newspaper until further notice.
City government officials have logged over $300,000 in travel expenses. Where are they going — and what do they have to show for it?
How do the state’s hate crime laws stack up to the rest of the nation?
At $428 million, the mayor’s proposed 2018 operating budget is the city’s largest yet. But where is that money going?
New legislation makes charter schools all but inevitable in the city. But is that a good thing?
Birmingham's teachers speak about their educational frustrations and aspirations.
The country singer-songwriter brings her debut album, 'Midwest Farmer's Daughter,' to WorkPlay Sunday night.
How might the Trump administration’s immigration policies play out in Alabama?
Two longtime fixtures of Birmingham's music scene share memories from four decades of working at record stores.
In the latest episode of WeldCast, Henson talks with Weld publisher Mark Kelly about the role of activists in local and global issues.
In the latest Weldcast, Mark Kelly talks with Dr. Raegan Durant, medical director of Cooper Green Mercy Health Services.
Weld’s music writers share the best concerts they saw this year.
Read up on the candidates running for election in Alabama state and local elections before heading to the polls on November 8.
On the latest WeldCast, Mark Kelly sits down for an interview with REV Birmingham CEO David Fleming.
On the latest WeldCast, Jeffrey Bayer and David Sher talk about their push to unite Birmingham and Jefferson County.