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A shooting was reported in Birmingham this morning at 7:28 a.m., Birmingham Police dispatchers said...Details of the victim's condition, and when and where the shooting occurred, were not available, dispatchers said. In other public safety news,
Hide yo gifts, hide yo lights cause there's a Christmas Tree rapist in Linn Park. From prez: Wasn't Boutwell Auditorium open for the homeless and for people with no heat last night? You would think they would have seen a 35 foot tree burning in the
Below is a list of events around the Bay to honor those who have served their country in the armed forces. San Francisco Veterans Day Parade : Parade begins at 11 a.m., starting at 2nd and Market Streets before proceeding up Market to Seventh and
Sen. Jeff Sessions has an office in the federal building. Randall Terry, a nationally-known anti-abortion activist, led the group of five protesters, including one dressed in a chicken suit. The man in the chicken suit held a sign that says "
The summer festival season is in full swing on this first Saturday in June. There is something for every interest from downtown Birmingham to Alabaster to Bessemer and back. The Juneteenth Culture Fest, Helena Market Days, Alabaster Cityfest and the
About 3,200 youngsters shook off thoughts of playing in the snow and ran for a cause in the Mercedes Kids Marathon in downtown Birmingham this morning. The final mile of the kids event, featuring kindergarten through the sixth-graders, concluded
Police have blocked off 5th Avenue North between 18th and 19th streets this afternoon after firefighters were called to the Robert S. Vance Federal Building. According to Birmingham fire department radio traffic, authorities are investigating an
Ray Schumacher from Anapolis, Md., salutes as he walks in the National Veterans Day Parade in downtown Birmingham on Wednesday.
Birmingham police are investigating the death of a man whose truck struck a downtown building this morning...The blue Ford pick up went over the side walk and knocked down two trees before crashing into a brick building. The building was not damaged.
Mayor Larry Langford said an unnamed private company has already stepped up to offer $1 million for naming rights of the new domed stadium project in downtown Birmingham, which broke ground Tuesday. And as dirt was ceremoniously shoveled Tuesday on