As of July 13, 2017, Weld is suspending publication of its weekly newspaper until further notice.
After being charged by the U.S. Attorney with seven counts of bribery and fraud, former lawmaker signs non-binding plea agreement.
Speaking both publicly and anonymously, most council members express the belief that the mayor played a role in one member not seeking re-election.
After a process that was nearly derailed on several occasions, Board of Education announces Dr. Lisa Herring as new Birmingham City Schools head.
A sudden evacuation during the Birmingham Board of Education’s superintendent interviews; interim superintendent’s temporary restraining order request fails.
Mayor announces Birmingham will be a "Welcoming City" for immigrants, but the city council, amid public outcry, designates the city as a "Sanctuary City."
The decision comes two days after Mayor Bell announced $40 million renovation for Public Safety complex.
Robinson will leave a vacant seat in Alabama legislature; special election coming.
Kelley Castlin-Gacutan out after 16 months as head administrator of Birmingham City Schools.
A coalition of those interested in moving I-20/59 — including city leaders — head to Washington to make their case before the secretary of transportation.
Mayor Bell and Councilor Lundy pressing charges against one another.
Birmingham City Council tables the hotly debated transportation code update that would bring Uber to Birmingham.
Mayor announces plans for future transit system in Birmingham.
The Birmingham News and AL.com continue firing reporters and photographers.
The new head of the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute brings a tech pedigree and philanthropy background to the human rights organization.