A parent in Fairfeld emailed ABC 33/40 asking us to find out why some of her child's classrooms were overcrowded and he did not have all textbooks needed. ABC 33/40 took the middle school parent's concerns to Fairfield's top educator. We found out the school, Forest Hills Middle, has a problem with growth.
One group is considering raising money to buy surveillance cameras after vandals strike at an historic covered bridge in Blount County.
Sentencing has been delayed for a southeast Alabama man convicted of transporting a child to Tennessee and Ohio for sex.
Police say a Canadian soldier who was shot as he stood guard at a war memorial in the country's capital has died.
An accident on 15th Street Road in Hueytown Wednesday left one person dead, police said on social media.
The superintendent of Hewitt-Trussville City Schools told ABC 33/40's Larry Miller that the goal of a law requiring sex offenders to check in with principals when on school property is to keep students throughout the state safe."When we have an event where a visiting community comes to Trussville, that will protect our children from anyone visiting because they have to report as well," said Dr. Pattie Neil, Superintendent of Hewitt-Trussville City Schools.Senate Bill 297 makes it a Class 'C' ...
School buses are considered one of the safest forms of transportation for children. The biggest danger comes when children get on and off the bus. Drivers who pass a school bus when the stop arm is out are breaking the law. Shelby County is out to stop those violators. A small camera on the side of Shelby County School buses now captures those drivers who ignore the stop signal. The district attorney's office is partnering with the school system to prosecute offenders. The message is clear...
An attorney with the state health department says the Planned Parenthood Southeast clinic in Birmingham has reopened after taking corrective actions.
A Somerset County convenience store clerk armed herself with a can of bug spray over the weekend after a being approached by an attempted robber.
Toys R Us is pulling its four collectible dolls based on characters from AMC's hit series "Breaking Bad" after taking heat from a Florida mom who launched a petition campaign last week.