After being charged by the U.S. Attorney with seven counts of bribery and fraud, former lawmaker signs non-binding plea agreement.
BCS summer programs make learning a year-round process.
The Trump administration has energized some Democrats in Alabama — but what do they have to do to be a viable party again?
Al Elliott explains how he hopes his “It Is Written 2” showcase can start community conversation.
Time and retrospection bring a different conclusion about how to help those in crisis.
The Housing Authority hopes to address concerns about resident relocation and gentrification.
In Alabama, Trump supporters weigh in on the first six months and why they won’t budge.
Why William Bell’s grip on this year’s mayoral election might not be as tight as he thinks.
Justine Atkins on why her neighborhood is “a diamond in the rough.”
Process could be complicated by another resolution which rezoned the Titusville area for residential use; CEO says plans still moving forward.
Carson Cox discusses the evolution of his band’s hard-to-categorize sound.
ASFA student Diamond Sparks discusses finding her voice as part of the Honors Performance Series Choir.
In the year since legislative changes restructured Birmingham’s municipal government, Mayor William Bell has made a series of expenditures without the council’s prior knowledge.
Checking in on 'Weld '— and the status of journalism in Birmingham — five years in.
Afghanistan’s political and economic successes need to be protected, says businessman and analyst.