Alabama Plan To Arm School Principals Draws Mixed ReactionAt least one local school district near Dayton, Ohio, has installed gun safes in schools so workers can get to weapons if a shooting occurs.
Febreze Freshens Up Town After 'Poop Train' Wreaks HavocCarloads of the odor-eliminating products, produced by Procter & Gamble, were recently delivered to residents in Parrish, Alabama after a New York City "poop train" was hauled away on April 17.
Puppy Named 'Monster' Becomes 'Hero' By Saving Owner From FireAn Alabama homeowner says his new puppy saved his life after the man's front yard went up in flames.
'One In A Million' Yellow Cardinal Spotted In AlabamaBiologists say a woman in Alabama has a "one in a million" house guest as an extremely rare yellow cardinal has been filmed snacking at the homeowner's bird feeder repeatedly.
Man Wanted For Lake County Robbery Charges Arrested In AlabamaBurkett A. Davidson Sr. remained held at the Mobile County Jail in Alabama pending extradition to Lake County.
FBI's Violent Crime Statistics For Every City In AmericaThe FBI's violent crime report is not a ranking — there are no winners, no losers. Mostly, these statistics are here to help individual cities track their crime over long periods of time...
A Music Lover's Guide To The SouthGuide to five of the most important cities to visit in the South for music lovers
ACMs 2015: Off-Camera Awards Winners: Luke Bryan, Eric Church, MoreAlabama and Loretta Lynn also scored pre-telecast awards.
Civil Rights Leader Rev. Willie Barrow DiesBarrow was one of the founders of the Chicago chapter of Operation Breadbasket, which became Operation PUSH. Barrow had been hospitalized for more than a week with a blood clot in her lung.
Luke Bryan, Kenny Chesney, Miranda Lambert Among ACM Party for a Cause PerformersThe annual two-day party also features Dierks Bentley, Florida Georgia Line, Clint Black, Kenny Rogers, Darius Rucker, Dwight Yoakam, Alabama and the Eli Young Band.
Report: Mel Tucker Hired As Alabama's Secondary CoachTucker coordinated a much-maligned Bears defense the past two seasons.
Cancel Classes On MLK Day? No Way, Says Selma Marcher Who Knew Dr. KingA Chicago educator who marched for voting rights in Selma, Ala. 50 years ago reflects on the legacy of Martin Luther King. CBS 2's Jim Williams reports.