Jefferson County doctors support turning care of poor patients – and state funding – to state health authority.
The Friends of Camp Coleman receive sought-after documents.
Doctors charge that Jefferson County is failing its poorest with Cooper Green plan.
Scouting members receive explanation for copycat letter from president.
Don't let the heat get to you -- it's festival season.
Judge orders documentation to be delivered to grassroots group.
A walk through the life and work of a local pastor.
ALDOT makes small changes to controversial freeway plans; residents want more.
Female soldier finds danger, poverty, homesickness in Afghanistan.
Highway department meeting brings freeway proposal together with those who oppose it.
Letter to Al.com nearly duplicates letter to Quad-City Times.
Press release calls Cooper Green plan “abject failure.”
Birmingham native Jim Porter II is set to become the new president of the NRA.
CEO of AIDS Alabama discusses education and reform.
Mike Froning was a longtime advocate for better schools in Birmingham.