The first step to solving our healthcare issues? Practicing what we preach.
Birmingham City Schools offering free breakfast and lunch for all students.
Disappearing jobs didn’t leave much to celebrate on Labor Day.
Photographer seeks to reclaim the Ensley narrative for the neighborhood.
One Birmingham family responds to a great need in Alabama, doubling the size of their household.
Circuit court ruling a defeat for payday loans and the days of 456 percent interest.
Birmingham Mayor William Bell appoints himself to the land bank authority, City Council approves.
Teachers and advocates say that America’s future is tied to making schools and teaching work well for all students.
Improving the schools in Birmingham is a massive challenge, but a key to attacking a cultural cycle perpetuating poverty.
Birmingham educator and activist with vast experience in Haiti says addressing poverty requires reconsideration.
Study shows that most who would benefit from Medicaid expansion are employed.
How solving the problem of public transportation would bring hope to the poor.
Program focuses on giving shelter to those who wore the uniform.
Treading the streets of downtown leads to an epiphany.
Lawyers and lawmakers try to put a stop to predatory lending practices.