In 1977, Janet Guthrie became the first women to ever qualify for the Indianapolis 500.
The Eiteljorg is celebrating the 100th anniversary of women's suffrage in a new exhibition called Quilts: Uncovering Women's Stories.
A designer who grew up in Knoxville now has celebrities like Blake Lively and Angelina Jolie wear her jewelry. When you meet Diana Warner, you realize she is down to earth yet fearless - a combination that spells success.
Dolly Parton went from one of twelve children born to a sharecropper in the mountains of Tennessee to one of music's most celebrated acts.
U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Maria Banks’ military career had an unusual beginning.
Cathy Stegemoller, owner of Steg Plumbing, learned her business skills at an early age.
Her office may never know how many times Texans are human trafficked but calls into the National Human Trafficking Hotline can give a snapshots . In 2017, Texas had 2,459 calls. Most calls came from the Houston area, then San Antonio, then Dallas, then Austin, then Fort Worth.
During the month of March CBS 42 is celebrating Women's History Month by spotlighting women across Alabama who have or are making a major impact. Tuscaloosa Police officer Lillie Leatherwood is making a difference in her community.
From her moving performance in “The Help,” to her Oscar-winning role in “How to Get Away with Murder,” Viola Davis has climbed to the top of the list of Hollywood heavyweights. But before she ever walked the red carpet, she walked the halls of Central Falls High School.
Photos of Viola Davis, courtesy Getty Images.