BCS summer programs make learning a year-round process.
In Alabama, Trump supporters weigh in on the first six months and why they won’t budge.
In the year since legislative changes restructured Birmingham’s municipal government, Mayor William Bell has made a series of expenditures without the council’s prior knowledge.
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?
A look into the firearm culture that still divides a mostly one-party state.
New legislation makes charter schools all but inevitable in the city. But is that a good thing?
Legal or not, people who own wild animals find that it’s not exactly like having a domesticated pet.
Poverty, education and crime intertwine in Birmingham, leaving educators, politicians and a community searching for answers.
Birmingham's teachers speak about their educational frustrations and aspirations.
Midwives continue push for the right to work in Alabama.
One of hip-hop’s most provocative new voices is headed to Birmingham.
What could the priorities outlined in President Trump’s budget mean for Alabama’s natural resources?
The economics and ethics of personal injury law.
A recent vote highlights the precarious financial situation of Birmingham City Schools.