The truth about human trafficking in Birmingham.
What’s on the mind of engaged Birminghamians inspires vigilance and gratitude.
Inspiring youth, and the recollection of a church’s internal struggle.
IMS consolidation in town points to business success and a better local economy.
Tracing the rise of the most powerful politician in Alabama history.
The My View column continues with reflections on Birmingham's difficult past and its bright future.
Can the former heart of black Birmingham commerce find its beat again?
Late club owner left behind many grateful friends in a city he cherished.
Convention and Visitors Bureau teams with other agencies to market the city to tourists in 2013.
She recorded the Birmingham Civil Rights Movement as it unfolded, and lives to share it.
Shirley Ware writes about her unconventional life and times.
As the Fifties gave way to the Sixties, more and more Birmingham citizens rallied to dismantle segregation.
Weld joins forces with The Tuscaloosa News to change Birmingham media--again.
As downtown gentrifies, it moves toward segregation.
In Birmingham and Washington, a little bit of history repeating.