'Weld: Birmingham’s Newspaper' embarks on an experimental path to maintain local journalism.
How do we keep the city’s trees renewed and healthy — and what do we do with them when they die?
Historians and educators discuss how the school system’s history of segregation has impeded progress for half a century — and their hopes for the future.
U.S. Attorney Joyce Vance says her office’s approach has always been about making the community safer.
The Birmingham-based group’s latest album, 'Sea of Noise,' takes a stand against the shallow.
The challenge of reporting in the era of “fake news” and Facebook.
Birmingham’s history of tyranny and reconciliation to be cemented in a national historic monument; those who once marched share their stories.
Deconstructing the complex — and often misunderstood — trademark on the most famous statue in Birmingham.
Law enforcement and nonprofit organizations locally take a hard line against human trafficking.
Anxiety rises for Muslim Americans while white working-class voters rejoice, raising questions about a new president’s ability to unite an increasingly diverse country.
Why does Jefferson County have one of the highest rates of capital punishment in the nation?
Read up on the candidates running for election in Alabama state and local elections before heading to the polls on November 8.
Criminals use the internet to threaten national security and intrude on your privacy, but there’s hardening resistance from the federal government as well as the…
It's about more than just football. Check out our guide to the many events surrounding the Alabama State vs. Alabama A&M game.
Painter Steve Skipper commemorates the Magic City Classic’s longstanding legacy.