Should kids wander about on their own, and should parents be able to let them?
Do those lists – and where Birmingham and Alabama place on them – really mean anything?
"The evolution of church" continues as research indicates millennials to be the least religiously affiliated generation. How will this exodus shape the future of church?
The people speak in broad terms about what they expect from local government.
Birmingham receives national recognition for sustainability efforts; however, report indicates there is still much work to be done.
Health Department says area TB emergence not cause for alarm.
Tuberculosis, an ancient killer, takes dread steps in Alabama.
Survey says Alabamians, Red and Blue, are open to higher taxes, better education and even expanding medicaid.
Jefferson County health officer Mark Wilson discusses why so many people are without healthcare in a city with so many hospitals.
Fifty years after Bull Connor, Birmingham is offered as a model of community policing.
A photojournalist looks at the experience as hundreds commemorate the Civil Rights history of half a century ago.
Half a century ago, a concerned citizen offered her perspective on the dramatic events that changed American history.
A local look into modern church culture and the emergence of the megachurch movement.
Is it dangerous in Birmingham? The numbers say one thing, the perception says another.
More than a game, baseball — especially the Negro Leagues — plays a big part in Birmingham’s past and future.