Local organization offers help to victims of an ongoing problem that affects women, men and children.
Taking on domestic violence daily, Birmingham police officers find victims grappling with the realities of abuse.
The UAB Institute for Human Rights kicks off with a Nobel Peace Prize winner .
Take your appetite on an adventure starting this week at the Birmingham Public Library.
Kelley Castlin-Gacutan out after 16 months as head administrator of Birmingham City Schools.
Why is 'Weld' a community newspaper?
A mainstay behind a wide range of charitable endeavors in the community for nearly 100 years, the United Way continues to change with the times.
The Sixteenth Street Baptist Church commemorates the deadly event that rocked the nation in 1963.
The ubiquitous internet company which has made art fun, gives you or your offspring a chance to get into the act with your very own…
Birmingham’s Rojo sets a high bar by giving back to the community it loves.
In a bid to get a presidential national park designation, city plays its best Civil Rights card.
Whether you become a victim depends as much on managing your risk factors as it does on demographics.
The talented Shea Goldstein cooks and dishes about it all over the internet.
As seen on TV: the Queen of Clean has a passion for food.
A display at the Birmingham Museum of Art features a dyeing technique that ties much of the world together.