Chasity Maxie, WBRC FOX6 News

Chasity Maxie

WBRC FOX6 News

Philadelphia, PA, United States

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Recent articles by Chasity:

Local law enforcement says ATM thefts are increasing

Jefferson County has seen several ATM thefts in the last few weeks the latest happening in Birmingham on Wednesday. → Read More

Senate votes to avert national rail strike

The Senate approved a bill Thursday avoiding a national rail strike. The vote coming just one day after the house reached a tentative agreement. → Read More

UAB Police report several car break-ins on campus

UAB wants to make you aware of some recent car break-ins that happen on campus. Campus security is also offering tips to keep you safe both on and off campus. → Read More

Alabama gets $97.7 million for energy assistance program

If you need help heating your home this winter, applications for the Low-income Home Energy Assistance Program, or LIHEAP are now open, and the state just got millions of dollars to help people in need. → Read More

Alabama gets $97.7 million for energy assistance program

If you need help heating your home this winter, applications for the Low-income Home Energy Assistance Program, or LIHEAP are now open, and the state just got millions of dollars to help people in need. → Read More

Alabama gets $97.7 million for energy assistance program

If you need help heating your home this winter, applications for the Low-income Home Energy Assistance Program, or LIHEAP are now open, and the state just got millions of dollars to help people in need. → Read More

Pediatricians ask Biden Administration for emergency declaration amid surging RSV cases

Pediatricians are calling on the Biden Administration to declare an emergency in response to surging RSV cases. They said health care providers and systems need more support. → Read More

ALEA: Three teens killed in Cullman County crash were trying to get away from police

New information tonight about a crash that killed three teens in Cullman County last Friday. ALEA said the 17-year-old driver was attempting to get away from Hanceville Police at the time of the crash. → Read More

City council votes to bring scooter-sharing company to Birmingham

There will soon be another way to get around the city of Birmingham after the city council approved an agreement to bring another scooter-sharing company to the city. → Read More

Community leaders offer perspectives on gun violence

Jefferson County District Attorney Danny Carr, U.S. Attorney Prim Escalona, and Jefferson County Health Officer Dr. Mark Wilson were panelists at the Rotary Club of Birmingham’s meeting Wednesday to discuss a public health crisis – gun violence. → Read More

Birmingham City Council approves millions of dollars for Pratt City redevelopment

City leaders said they plan to break ground in North Pratt in early December to start building 52 new homes. → Read More

Susan Moore High School hosts prayer vigil for three teens who died in Cullman Co. crash

Students, teachers, staff, and community members gathered in prayer Friday afternoon at Susan Moore High School. Schools were closed in observance of Veterans Day, but school leaders opened the doors to Susan Moore High School so the friends, family, and loved ones of these four teens could all be together to comfort one another. → Read More

Tarrant’s Police Chief reacts to Councilman Tommy Bryant’s arrest

Chief Wendell Major said this all stems from an argument between Councilman Bryant and Mayor Newton. → Read More

UAB doctor reacts to CDC’s new guidance on opioid prescribing

The Centers for Disease Control has changed its guidance on prescribing opioids. The agency recommending how and when to prescribe the drugs, as well as the pros and cons of them. The CDC said its new guidance is a recommendation, not a mandate – and it should not be used as a one-size-fits-all solution. → Read More

State Superintendent of Education says he’s pleased with Alabama’s NAEP scores

Students across the state have something to celebrate. The Nation’s Report Card shows Alabama is the only state with growth in both reading and math among 4th graders. → Read More

National School Bus Safety Week

Many of your children take the bus to and from school every day. The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency said school buses are considered one of the safest vehicles on the roads today, but accidents still happen. That’s why the agency is reminding you and your kids about the rules of the road during National School Bus Safety Week. → Read More

Jefferson County commissioners weigh pros and cons of proposed amphitheater in North Birmingham

An update on that plan a $50 million amphitheater potentially going to North Birmingham. The Jefferson County Commission president telling us live nation approached them about the possibility of the venue. It’s seen by many Birmingham area leaders as a good investment, but not everyone agrees. → Read More

Jimmie Hale Mission opens as warming shelter, needs your help

A first alert for a freeze warning is in effect Tuesday night – the coldest temps of the season, so far. And the Jimmie Hale Mission in Birmingham needs your support to keep people warm and fed. → Read More

Clanton City Council approves economic developer

The City of Clanton will soon have an economic developer to take charge of the growth happening in the city. The city council approved the full-time position on Monday, and they’re already working to get it filled. → Read More

Neighbors in McCalla worry about who is living in ‘communal living’ facility

There’s more concern over a communal living facility in McCalla. We first told you about this facility back in March when it was still under construction. It’s open now, and neighbors in the High Forest Lake Community said they’re concerned about who’s living there. → Read More