City of Birmingham to launch conflict resolution curriculum in Birmingham City Schools « The Official Website for the City of Birmingham, Alabama

Birmingham, AL – (November 21, 2022) – The City of Birmingham continued its investment in area youths Tuesday by approving funds for a conflict resolution curriculum to be used in Birmingham City…

From Egypt to Alabama, health disparities plague underresourced communities

As a child growing up in Egypt, Mona Fouad’s parents primed her to become a world-renowned musician. When, as a teenager, she received high enough marks in school to attend…

Current voice of Alabama Crimson Tide Football talks overcoming health struggles

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (WBRC) – Chris Stewart is keeping the mic warm for Eli Gold this football season. Gold, who has been the voice of the Alabama Crimson Tide Football team…

What new Alabama gymnastics coach said

New Alabama gymnastics coach Ashley Priess-Johnston laid out her plan for the future during her introductory news conference on Friday.  She has served in roles both as a player and coach…

Transgender medication law in Alabama blocked by judge

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — A federal judge on Friday blocked part of an Alabama law that made it a felony to prescribe gender-affirming puberty blockers and hormones to transgender minors.…

Black Psychotherapist Opens Therapy and Wellness Practice in Alabama

Meet Candyce “Ce” Anderson, LPC, the founder and CEO of Revita Therapy and Wellness, a Black-owned therapy practice in Montgomery, Ala. She is also the only African American Reiki practitioner…

Alabama State Health Officer Remembers First COVID Case Two Years Ago

Posted: Mar 12, 2022 11:02 PM CST by Alabama News Network Staff Alabama State Health Officer Dr. Scott Harris talked with Alabama News Network about the state’s first recorded case…