Top-seed Western Carolina (39-18) showed why they’re number one on Wednesday’s opening round of the SoCon Baseball Tournament. The Catamounts knocked off No.8 seed Samford (27-29) 13-7 to drop the Bulldogs to the loser’s bracket.
The OVC Baseball Tournament opened with a dud for Jacksonville State on Wednesday. Eastern Kentucky blasted three home runs in an 11-2 win over the Gamecocks.
The SEC and CBS Sports announced on Wednesday that Alabama’s return to College Station to take on Texas A&M this fall will be played on CBS
NASCAR announced a new Hall of Fame class on Wednesday including former driver, Dale Jarrett.
Second-round action at the NCAA Women’s Golf Championship was suspended Wednesday as inclement weather moved into the Athens area.
Alabama’s No.2 ranked women’s golf team fired a 4-under par round of 284 on Wednesday at the NCAA Championships in Athens, Georgia. Alabama jumped from fourth to second place after two rounds.
Alabama couldn’t overcome a rough first inning against No.2 seed LSU in the SEC Baseball Tournament. The Tigers (49-8) scored three runs in the bottom of the first to down the Crimson Tide (33-25) 3-0 in the second round of the tournament.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WIAT) — Rescue teams from Jefferson County are gearing up for the next disaster.
They’re bringing out all the tools, all the teams and every ounce of effort to make this search-and-rescue simulation as authentic as… More »
CBS 42′s Melissa Crabtree talks to concerned parents in Chilton County about a pre-K program that may be changing.
“I’m hoping to get job training in my major which is psychology so when I graduate I have some career training,” says Finn.
Pelham will loan Summer Classics just over $3.2 million for the purchase, with the Shelby County Industrial Development Authority providing part of the funding.
CBS 42′s Melissa Crabtree takes us to Cordova Elementary for a look at a class project that allows students to give other tornado survivors wearable words of encouragement.
Attorney General Luther Strange and members of the Alabama Electronic Security Board of Licensure, are warning consumers to be cautious of companies using scare tactics to pressure them into purchasing or upgrading security products that they may not need.
“It gave me the tools that I needed to make correct decisions in my life where I wasn’t doing that before,” Amy Cate, who participated in the ministry, said. “I’m five years clean.”
Birmingham City Council has approved a plan that will put the majority of the city mass transit in one location.