Alan Collins, WBRC FOX6 News

Alan Collins


Birmingham, AL, United States

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Recent articles by Alan:

Stopping illegal street racing and exhibition in Birmingham

People who live in the city of Birmingham are continuing to complain about drag or street racing. → Read More

The COVID-19 pandemic is improving, but not over

There is a positive outlook on COVID cases compared to the large numbers the Jefferson County Department of Health was seeing just last month. Still, while the numbers are better they are not yet where health leaders want to see them. → Read More

Supporters believe Birmingham football fans will back new league

With talks of a new football league potentially coming to Birmingham, supporters believe fans will back the new league. → Read More

Vigil for Kamille ‘Cupcake’ McKinney 2 years later

The Birmingham community is remembering Kamille "Cupcake' McKinney two years after her death. → Read More

CDC debating FDA recommendation on mixing COVID-19 vaccines

The FDA has approved mixing COVID-19 vaccines, but the CDC must get on board first, which they are expected to do soon. → Read More

Alabama ready for 5-11 year old COVID-19 vaccine approval

The state of Alabama is preparing to receive pediatric COVID-19 vaccines for children 5-11 years old. → Read More

Alabama ready for 5-11 year old COVID-19 vaccine approval

The state of Alabama is preparing to receive pediatric COVID-19 vaccines for children 5-11 years old. → Read More

Talks continue to bring spring football league to Birmingham

Talks continue to bring the National Spring Football League to Birmingham. → Read More

Real Time Crime Center up and running at Birmingham PD

The city of Birmingham unveiled its latest effort to bring down crime on Tuesday as the $3 million Real Time Crime Center is now up and running. → Read More

Gas prices continue to rise but cost saving tips are available

The average price of gas in Alabama is $3.11 so, what can you do to save some cash at the pumps? Here are a few tips: → Read More

Johnson & Johnson booster shot should be available soon in Alabama

J&J was considered a breakthrough with only one shot rather than two, but now after more studies, it shows a second shot will provide even better protection. → Read More

Vaccine death rates from CDC

The CDC has released information about deaths and those who are vaccinated. → Read More

Green Valley residents upset over flooding concerns

Homeowners and Hoover Mayor Frank Brocato met Friday to discuss drainage and flooding issues → Read More

Birmingham apartment residents concerned about more rain

The Harrison Court Apartments on 17th Street SW saw heavy rainfall. Tuesday night was pretty scary for those living in that complex. → Read More

Hospitalizations are improving but still a concern

Alabama’s hospitalizations are down over 50%. While that brings some optimism, the head of the Alabama Hospital Association said the pandemic is not over yet. → Read More

Alabama sets new COVID-19 death record

As of this week, more people died from COVID-19 this year than last year, despite an abundance of vaccines being available. → Read More

CDC offers holiday recommendations for COVID-19

The CDC is recommending you put off travel until you are fully vaccinated, and if you use public transportation to continue to wear face coverings. → Read More

Jefferson County still waiting to spend COVID funds

Jefferson County planned to spend much of the money on infrastructure issues like sewer overflows. → Read More

New Study: Long COVID worse than many thought

A new study from researchers at the University of Oxford shows long COVID is worse than many thought. → Read More

ADPH still pushing universal masking in schools

According to the Alabama Department of Public Health, the number of Alabama school students getting COVID has dropped. But they say that doesn’t mean schools should drop their mask mandates. → Read More