Xavier Harris, WVTM 13

Xavier Harris


Birmingham, AL, United States

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Past articles by Xavier:

Birmingham’s Ethan Hill nominated for Time & Nickelodeon "Kid of the Year Award"

Ethan Hill is nominated for the Times and Nick Kid of the Year Award. It's a multiplatform honor recognizing extraordinary young leaders who are making amazing and admirable contributions in a range of fields, including social justice, science, education and more. → Read More

Hairstylist seeing more clients experiencing hair loss after recovering from COVID-19

After many people complained of hair loss, a local dermatologist came to the conclusion that it could be because of COVID-19. → Read More

Helena double homicide victim remembered by friend of 10 years

Police say the man suspected of killing Sharon Whited and her father has been captured and is currently behind bars. → Read More

Qualifying candidates officially file for primary election

Several candidates announced their bid for Alabama governor and state senate but only two officially field on Tuesday. → Read More

Airbnb says it will 'crack down' on New Year's Eve parties

The short-term vacation rental booking company announced it will extend its party ban to 2022 with a few new restrictions – all in the name of public health. → Read More

8-year-old girl starts toy drive for foster children

8-year-old Helena child starts toy drive for foster children → Read More

Tarrant woman's dog stolen, abused and teeth pulled out

Twinkle escaped from her owner Wanda Little. The dog was missing for two weeks and when she got her back, the dog had no teeth, was covered in flees and hair had fallen out. → Read More

Larry Albert Flake Richmond Indiana captured Birmingham Alabama

A man convicted of sexual misconduct in Indiana more than 20 years ago was captured in Birmingham, Alabama, last week, authorities announced Monday. → Read More

Pregnant mom spends 105 days in hospital with COVID-19

Lynlee Nichols was admitted into a hospital for 105 days and never saw her newborn until weeks after she had him. → Read More

Bessemer man shot killed argument Alabama Texas A&M football game

Bessemer, Alabama police said an argument over the Bama-Texas A&M game led to a fatal shooting Saturday night. → Read More

Hoover flooding frustrates Green Valley residents homeowners

Hoover residents who live in the Green Valley community say an old storm drain is the cause of this week's severe flooding that damaged several homes. → Read More

Gunshots at Fairfield Jackson-Olin football game

Shots were fired outside of Fairfield High School's football stadium Friday night, according to the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office. → Read More

Walker County mobile morgue funeral home COVID Alabama

Walker County Coroner Joey Vick says a mobile morgue was purchased with federal CARES Act funds to ease the load on local funeral homes. → Read More

September 11 attacks Alabama volunteer ground zero first responders

A Birmingham area volunteer remembers helping first responders months after the September 11 terrorist attacks. → Read More

Alabama masks students school not needed MedHelp CEO Dr Jordan Vaughn

Dr. Jordan Vaughn, the CEO of MedHelp Clinics, says masks could be the contributing factor as to why health officials are seeing an increase in childhood depression and anxiety. → Read More

Team USA wraps up training for Paralympics Lakeshore Foundation before heading to Japan

The Paralympics begins Aug. 24. Team USA has been preparing for this moment for the last five years. → Read More

Release the Jail Vote in Alabama: Grassroots effort to help the incarcerated become eligible voters

Several grassroots organizers in Birmingham have partnered in a mission to educate incarcerated people in Jefferson County jails on becoming eligible to vote in future elections. → Read More

Birmingham woman says she was kicked out of Southern Kitchen and Bar over shirt

A Birmingham woman claims she was asked to leave a downtown restaurant over the shirt she was wearing. → Read More

Vestavia Hills parents outraged over school leaders' student mask decision

A group of parents is voicing their frustrations over the decision to make masks optional for students in the Vestavia Hills City Schools system. → Read More

Eviction moratorium to expire Saturday. What it means for tenants

A nationwide ban on evictions will be allowed to expire Saturday. Find out what the expiration of the eviction moratorium means for tenants. → Read More