Union Election At Amazon Warehouse Set For February 8

About 6,000 Amazon workers from the fulfillment center in Bessemer will begin voting next month on whether to unionize.

Federal Regulators To Set Election Date On Amazon Union

Employees at Amazon's Bessemer warehouse want to unionize, but the online retail giant opposes those efforts.

Alabama Moves One Step Closer To Removing Racist Language From State Constitution

Alabama voters approved an amendment to remove racist language from the state constitution. But change won't be fast and there are more hurdles to clear.

Amid Statewide Reopening, Jefferson County Keeps Entertainment Venues Closed

Entertainment venues across Alabama reopened Friday, but not in the state’s most populous county.

Businesses Eagerly Reopen As Others Take A Phased Approach

On the first day many businesses were allowed to reopen since the pandemic, not all opted to jump back in.

Birmingham Superintendent Lisa Herring Stepping Down To Lead Atlanta Public Schools

Birmingham school Superintendent Lisa Herring is leaving to become superintendent of Atlanta Public Schools.

Twists, Fades and Frohawks? Blazer Barbers Have it Covered

UAB Blazers football players don't need to go farther than the locker room for a hair cut. The team has its own barbershop.

Birmingham Gentrification Task Force To Meet This Month

A new task force to address gentrification in Birmingham is set to meet for the first time later this month.