• 6:40
  • 0

Dan and Matt of You Me at Six gave us a behind the scenes interview while on their Spring Fever Tour with All Time Low, Pierce the Veil, and Mayday Parade. Also, we spend time with Neighborhood Kids, a band based out of New York.

  • 4:24
  • 0

Park Superintendent Ken Thomas and Park Naturalist Brittney Hughes provide a tour and describe the renovation of the new CCC Museum at Desoto State Park.

  • 1:32
  • 0

Assistant Police Chief Jaime Smith instructs officers how to safely end a vehicle pursuit at the Albertville Airport

  • 3:07
  • 0

Charlotte Gallman places flags on every veteran's grave at Hillcrest Cemetery to honor those who served our country.

  • 6:53
  • 0

Asking Alexandria's drummer James Cassells took the time to speak with us about the band's North American headlining tour, which includes Motionless in White, Whitechapel, Chimaira, and I Killed the Prom Queen. The tour visited Alabama, bringing a member of Chimaira back to his home state.

  • 6:43
  • 0

Nick Saban visited Fort Payne with the Crimson Caravan event at Wills Valley Rec Center, and spoke with the press on various topics, including a response to Oklahoma's coach Bob Stoops. Video by Scott Lancaster

  • 2:09
  • 0

Separated from his family for the past eleven months, Spc. Steven Gifford returns home and surprises his children at Henagar School in Henagar, Alabama.

  • 10:02
  • 0

Governor Robert Bentley signs Senate Bill 97, legislation that allows for posthumous pardons of the Scottsboro Boys, and House Joint Resolution 20, which exonerates the nine young men accused of rape in 1931.