CBS 42′s Melissa Crabtree tells us about a new campaign the Alabama Marine Police hope keeps boaters safe on the water this holiday weekend.
“It’s a blessing to me. It’s something we’ve always wanted to do,” Lily’s mother, Shonda Foster, said. “We would never be able to go it weren’t for these people. It’s a blessing.”
CBS 42′s Kaitlin McCulley talks with local veterans, who are fighting a war within their minds after returning from overseas.
Motorists traveling through Alabama during the long Memorial Day weekend will see extra state troopers on the road.
“I feel like this was the profession God intended me to be in,” Murray said.
According to a report from The Road Information Program (TRIP), 25% of bridges in the state are classified as “structurally deficient or functionally obsolete.”
Researchers at Wake Forest used a computer program to measure 300 students unconscious preferences for fat or thin patients.
The students actually started fundraising immediately after Hurricane Sandy, but the Oklahoma tornadoes became another inspiration.
John Martin Noles was arrested around 12:30 p.m. on Thursday at his home without incident, and was transported to the Shelby County Jail.
CBS42’s Sherri Jackson has been keeping up with MacQueen as she painstakingly works to perfect every detail of each girl.
The Alabama Department of Transportation says there will be no lane closures on Alabama interstates
The Gadsden Police Department conducted a sweep of local business due to the recent high volume of counterfeit money passed within the city.
According to AAA, a gallon of regular, unleaded gasoline in Alabama runs for about $3.28.
Red Cross officials say they’ve noticed more walk-in donations for the Moore, Oklahoma storm survivors than from previous disasters, such as Hurricane Sandy.
On Friday, Robert Montgomery began his ride from Birmingham to Montana to raise awareness for Never Thirst, an organization dedicated to providing clean drinking water for the poor.