Governor Kay Ivey is extending Alabama’s Safer-at-Home order until January 22, 2021.
Alabama's COVID-19 hospitalizations reached a new record, according to the state department of public health.
Alabama will receive about 41,000 doses of a COVID-19 vaccine, which will be distributed at 16 vaccination sites at hospitals across the state.
Some Birmingham-area food banks are scrambling to keep food on the table for their clients.
Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey said the longer schools are disrupted, the more likely kids will suffer academically.
The Jefferson County Commission is expected Thursday to amend its disbursement of Cares Act funds to include mortgage assistance for residents adversely affected by the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Alabama will likely receive its first shipment of a COVID-19 vaccine in January, according to health care experts. It was previously predicted that Alabama would receive the vaccine in December.
UAB Hospital is caring for 125 COVID-19 patients, which is a new record high.
Research from Georgia Tech University shows there is a one in five chance you will catch the virus if you gather with a group of ten people in Jefferson County.
COVID-19 has left 38-year-old Victor Perea hospitalized for almost three months. His wife wants others to understand how bad the virus can be.
Health experts are warning about gathering with friends and family over the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday.
The COVID-19 caseloads in Alabama hospitals are "worsening fairly rapidly," according to the president of the Alabama Hospital Association.
"We don’t want to send money back to Washington. We want to make sure that it’s spent here and for us to do that, we need to make sure we’ve looked at every avenue possible," said Jefferson County Commissioner Steve Ammons.
Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin wants to use $7 million from the reserve fund to bring back more than 130 furloughed city employees. But the city council is not sold.
The longtime mayor for the city of Clanton died in July from COVID-19.
Alabama's number of new COVID-19 cases and deaths continues to rise.
The extension comes as new COVID-19 cases rise in Alabama.
Following the release of a new dashboard, state education officials are optimistic about the number of coronavirus cases in Alabama schools. But challenges remain.
Live theater generally means tight quarters for performers and audience. Some Birmingham theater groups are finding ways to make it work in the pandemic.
Alabama could see another surge of COVID-19 in the coming weeks. But a vaccine could be around the coroner, according to the country's top infectious disease expert.
The Alabama secretary of state and attorney general hailed the order as a victory.
The pandemic has driven many people outdoors, but finding the right gear could be a challenge.
UAB is offering both inpatient and outpatient COVID-19 trials ranging from vaccines to treatments that hope to weaken the effects of the virus.
The city of Birmingham's newly passed 2021 fiscal budget is nearly $50 million smaller than last year. Among the numerous budget cuts was funding to external nonprofits.
Alabama's mask mandate will remain in place through Nov. 8.
Pearl Slay is one of more than 2,300 Alabamians who have died from COVID-19.
A proposal to close 12 of Birmingham's recreation centers is facing pushback by city council members.
A proposed budget for the city of Birmingham wants to cut funding to the Birmingham Public Library for the third time.
Several Alabama poets share their experiences and works inspired by the coronavirus pandemic.
In the fight against COVID-19, Alabama hospitals say one of their biggest concerns is a shortage of nurses. Many are turning to travel nurse companies to meet demand.
The number of people hospitalized in Alabama for COVID-19 has dropped to less than half the peak figure of more than a month ago.
Fred Bischoff worked hard and played hard. The devoted family man a died in June from COVID-19.