September 6 and 7, area residents and businesses can recycle old or unused electronics in the back parking lot of University Mall. Unfortunately, this includes almost everything but televisions.

Governor Bentley has announced another $372 million in road and bridge projects for 45 Alabama counties, bringing his Alabama Transportation Rehabilitation and Improvement Program to nearly $1 billion in projects.

A bipartisan Senate compromise on student loans is headed to the House, where lawmakers have already voted to link interest rates with the financial markets.

The royal baby name watch has come to an end.  Prince William and Kate's son has been named George Alexander Louis.

The A-Rod saga continues, this time with Yankees general manager Brian Cashman taking issue with him for seeking a second opinion on his injured quad from a doctor who has been linked to steroids.

According to Belle Foods, LLC, it has agreed to sell 44 stores because it believes the sale of the stores presents the best opportunity to maximize value for the benefit of its creditors. As of now, Tuscaloosa-area Food Worlds and Belle Foods will remain open through the restructuring process.

The Hoover city school board voted Monday night to eliminate bus routes for everyone but special education students beginning in August 2014 as part of a plan to save $2.5 million annually.

The National Security Agency's massive surveillance program has survived an effort in the House to end it, but opponents are vowing not to give up.

O.J. Simpson will appear before a Nevada parole panel today. However, even a favorable decision won't see him released from prison, as Simpson has been sentenced consecutively on several convictions.