Fred Davenport, WVTM 13

Fred Davenport


Birmingham, AL, United States

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Past articles by Fred:

Birmingham mother recovering after tree falls on home, killing infant granddaughter

It’s been three weeks since a large tree uprooted and fell on a Birmingham home in College Hills killing two small children and injuring a mother during severe weather → Read More

Veterans Palace to provide housing for veterans experiencing homelessness in Ensley

Veterans Palace in Ensley will soon offer homeless veterans a place to live, eat, and grow. → Read More

Talladega mother remembers teen daughter killed in shooting

Mozelle Warford says she’s barely making it after losing her daughter, 19-year-old Kelisi Cook to gun violence. → Read More

Birmingham car community seeking arrangements with city for area to perform donuts, burnouts

Car enthusiasts in Birmingham are asking the city for a safe place to do burnouts and what they call "slides." → Read More

Chic Universe to award parent with 'Back to School' scholarship

A local business is giving back to the Birmingham community ahead of the new school year. → Read More

Fairfield residents concerned about trash eyesore at Chateau at Glen Oaks Apartments

Fairfield City Councilman Robert Averhart says this trash problem has been going on for two months. → Read More

Hoover issues proclamation Monday to bring awareness to alopecia

City leaders in Hoover issued a proclamation on Monday declaring September 2022 as Alopecia Areata Awareness Month. Alopecia is an autoimmune disorder that... → Read More

Jefferson County high school students getting early college experience

A group of rising Jefferson County 11th-grade students is getting a college experience this summer and earning college credits by taking free courses at the University of Montevallo. → Read More

Bessemer police issue warning after rash of car break-ins

Bessemer police said at least 30 employee cars were targeted overnight on Monday at a FedEx distribution center off of Lakeshore Parkway. → Read More

'Look like the jungle out here': Marks Village residents complain about uncut grass

Residents say their grass hasn’t been cut in two to three months → Read More

Birmingham's new mural highlighting importance of 'Black Man Self Love'

As you drive down 3rd Avenue North near 17th Street in Birmingham, you’ll notice a new, unique piece of artwork is going up. → Read More

Parker High School football coach inducted into Grambling sports hall of fame

One of A.H. Parker High School's football coaches is considered a historical football figure at Grambling State University in Lousiana. → Read More

American Flag Football league hosting free youth camp

There is a push to get more inner-city kids interested in playing flag football as the World Games happen in Birmingham. → Read More

Ramsay High School graduate crowned Miss Collegiate America 2022

Ramsay High School 2019 graduate Kennedy Whisenant was crowned Miss Collegiate America 2022 in Little Rock, Arkansas last Thursday. → Read More

Birmingham apartment complex residents angry after cars vandalized

Residents at the Crestwood Green at 701 Apartments in Birmingham were awakened to their cars vandalized in Birmingham early Friday and Sunday morning. → Read More

New professional basketball league formed for HBCU basketball players

The momentum in Historically Black Colleges and Universities sports continues to grow. That includes a new professional basketball league targeting current... → Read More

UAB researcher shot, killed in Birmingham remembered one month later

It’s been a month since 50-year-old David Westbrook was killed in a shooting in Birmingham. → Read More

Poze Bazaar Foundation partners with UAB to host free music production workshop

The Poze Bazaar Foundation is partnering with UAB’s Department of Music to host a free music production workshop this Saturday. → Read More

Birmingham father dies while working at ABC Coke plant, investigation underway

42-year-old Samuel Loftin Jr. died last Tuesday morning around 3:30 a.m. while working at the ABC Coke plant in Tarrant. → Read More

City of Center Point to celebrate turning 20-years-old

The city of Center Point –gearing up to celebrate its 20th anniversary this weekend. The city actually turned 20-years-old on March 12th, but now it’s time... → Read More