BPL board begins director search 15 months after hiring last director.
After public board meeting, Birmingham Airport Authority discusses legal issues during private executive session.
Educators from across the country tread the stony road of Alabama’s civil rights history to learn how to teach it to the next generation.
A team of muralists takes vibrant swipes at city buildings to breathe life into downtown.
The state gets federal money to help the poor, but how those funds are actually spent raises questions.
Born out of a fire and a need to serve, a mother-son nonprofit provides aid and comfort for those going through similar ordeals.
More than half a year since the apartment building burned, residents are scattered and their belongings remain out of reach.
Break to Educate hopes to bring entrepreneurs together for workshops and networking.
The 1961 attack on a bus full of civil rights activists brought together two people from different worlds.
Local drivers risk it all by trying to beat trains, but few realize how many lives an accident can change.