Mattie Davis, WVTM 13

Mattie Davis

WVTM 13

Birmingham, AL, United States

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Protecting Good program builds fortified roofs for Birmingham residents

The Protecting Good program gives homeowners funds to install storm-resistant roofs through a partnership between the Alabama Department of Insurance, Protective Life Corporation, the city of Birmingham, UAB, Neighborhood Housing Services, and Habitat for Humanity for Greater Birmingham. → Read More

Major roadwork to begin on Highway 280 shutting down at least one lane

Birmingham Water Works has announced a repair project on Highway 280, near the Shades Mountain Filtration Treatment Plant, beginning Wednesday. → Read More

Central Alabama pharmacies seeing shortage of diabetes drugs after gaining popularity for weight loss online

Ralph Sorrell, a pharmacist at Ritch’s Pharmacy in Mountain Brook, says patients using GLP-1 injectable medicines like Ozempic lose 10-15 percent of their body weight. → Read More

Graffiti advertising what the SPLC calls "White Nationalist Hate Group" in Birmingham

New graffiti has appeared on Red Mountain Expressway promoting "Patriot Front," a group the Southern Poverty Law Center calls a designated hate group. → Read More

Construction worker believed to be murdered in string of robberies targeting Hispanic community

In 2022, the Birmingham Police Department began noticing a scary trend, an unprecedented number of robberies targeting the Hispanic Community. → Read More

More than 2000 applications submitted for FEMA assistance in Alabama after Jan. 12 tornados

FEMA is offering assistance to storm victims in Coosa, Hale, Autauga, Elmore and Dallas counties. → Read More

Grand opening for Craig Crisis Care Center bringing mental health services to Central Alabama

There will be a ribbon cutting for the Craig Crisis Care Center, a state funded mental health facility in Birmingham, on Tuesday. → Read More

Parade to celebrate Ramsay Rams football state championship win

Birmingham celebrated the Ramsay Rams football team with a parade downtown on Friday. → Read More

'It's already been too slow': St. Clair County addresses efforts to put out Moody landfill fire

The Saint Clair County Commission addressed efforts to put out the landfill fire in Moody that has been burning since November on Tuesday. → Read More

Arrests made in Tuscaloosa County double homicide

Two cousins from the Montgomery/Lowndes County area were arrested in a Tuscaloosa County double homicide Monday morning. → Read More

Alabama gas prices back on the rise after weeks of declining

After weeks with declining gas prices, drivers throughout Alabama are experiencing yet another financial pinch at the pump. → Read More

Flooding blocking off section of Valleydale Road

Consistent rain in Shelby County is causing water buildup on Valleydale Road in front of Inverness Elementary. → Read More

Woman shot in car in latest Birmingham homicide

Birmingham police say a woman was found in a car with a fatal gunshot wound around 1 a.m. Thursday. → Read More

Jefferson County Sheriff's Office prepares for permitless concealed carry starting Jan. 1

Jefferson County sheriff's deputies are training for a loosening of gun laws in the new year as gun rights groups celebrate what they believe is long overdue. → Read More

Worry over RSV, COVID, and Flu causing Central Alabama school attendance to suffer

As respiratory illness spreads among adults and children alike, schools across Central Alabama are dealing with unprecedented levels of absenteeism. → Read More

Salvation Army expects greater bill assistance need after Alabama Power announces rate increase

The Birmingham Area Salvation Army expects more people to reach out for power bill assistance through their "Project SHARE" following the announcement of another Alabama Power rate increase. → Read More

Attorney General Steve Marshall to give update on status of executions

Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall plans to give an update on executions on Monday following a halt issued by Gov. Kay Ivey. → Read More

Birmingham police asks for public's help solving possible road rage cold case

The Birmingham Police Department is once again asking for the public's help to find the killer who shot father and teacher Justin Snow earlier this year. → Read More

Birmingham to vote on keeping the Magic City Classic at Legion Field

The Birmingham City Council is set to vote Tuesday on a resolution to keep the Magic City Classic at Legion Field for four years. → Read More

100 Thanksgiving meals given away in Hueytown

V 94.9 worked with City Auto Sales of Hueytown to give away 100 Thanksgiving meals. → Read More