Advocates believe that comprehensive planning and the right players at the table can improve the plight of Birmingham's poor.
Accused of overstepping her authority, BJCTA board chair loses her seat.
Will 2015 be Birmingham’s big year? Newsmakers sound off on what this year means for the Magic City.
A look at two men who overcame obstacles of homelessness and addiction.
Misconceptions abound regarding poverty in Birmingham — but so do opportunities for progress.
Birmingham clinic takes “integrative approach” to illness affecting thousands of Alabamians.
As AL.com shifts its focus, critics question its commitment to its community.
Experts say industrial contamination in North Birmingham is severe, state says it will not fund cleanup.
The legacy of a Birmingham jazz hero.
Shelley Stewart’s bus brings the message of staying in school to students around the country.
Redefining what it means to be employed, many find themselves working harder and earning less.
As awareness shifts, determined advocates and survivors press for education and action.
What’s next for the system that has seen seven superintendents in 20 years?
Superintendent resigns, school board begins fiscal year with last year’s financial woes not far behind.
How many bad acts could be prevented if people simply chose to do something different?