Interview: Leonard Nimoy

Interview: Leonard Nimoy

Leonard Nimoy, best known for his role as Mr. Spock on Star Trek has died at the age of 83. In 2009, WBHM's Michael Krall interviewed Nimoy who came to Birmingham to give a lecture about his photography. While there were plenty of questions regarding his photography, Nimoy also took time to talk about his role as Mr. Spock.

Lingering Ice and Snow Closes or Delays Schools

Lingering Ice and Snow Closes or Delays Schools

Lingering ice and snow from Wednesday's winter storm has some schools, particularly in north Alabama, closed or delayed Friday

The 2015 Alabama legislative session kicks off on Tuesday

The 2015 Alabama legislative session kicks off on Tuesday

The 2015 Alabama legislative session kicks off on Tuesday. From prisons to the state's budget deficit to education, this year's session will be full of important -- and even controversial -- issues. Here to give us a preview of what to expect is Don Dailey, host of Alabama Public Television's Capital Journal.

The General Fund Budget Pie

The General Fund Budget Pie

State lawmakers will gather in Montgomery Tuesday to kick off this year's legislative session. One of the biggest issues they face is how to make up for a projected shortfall in the General Fund budget. There are no easy fixes.

John Archibald: Memo Details UAB's Defensive Plan

John Archibald: Memo Details UAB's Defensive Plan

UAB President Ray Watts faced a strong backlash after ending the university's football program in December. Football boosters were upset, but Watts also lost three "no confidence" votes over governance issues. As this unfolded, Watts worked with a private public relations firm to combat the fallout. A memo obtained by AL.com details the strategy.

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