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Birmingham, Alabama is located in Jefferson County. Zip codes in Birmingham, AL include 35222, 35233, and 35246. The median home price in Birmingham is $79,900 which is roughly $46/per square foot. More Birmingham information.

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Drug tests OK for new workers in Birmingham and Hoover; but not in Jefferson County. What gives?

Our research indicates that the federal courts permit public employers to use pre-employment drug screening to maintain drug free workplaces."

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Wed Apr 23, 2014

Alabama Live

With a little help, Birmingham's parks are filling up with a new generation of native oaks

BIRMINGHAM, Alabama -- Three years ago, a tornado swept through the small North Smithfield Manor community of Jefferson County, destroying dozens of homes and heavily damaging the volunteer fire department.

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Alabama Live

Birmingham police arrest third suspect in Inglenook shooting that sent 3 to hospital

BIRMINGHAM, Alabama -- The third suspect in the shooting that injured three people last week in Birmingham's Inglenook area has been arrested, according to police.

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Newswise

Blindness Doesn't Keep This Birmingham Golfer Off the Links

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. - Growing up down the street from Charley Boswell, a World War II hero and golf champion who was blind, inspired Birmingham resident Kerry Stein, who was born without sight and participates annually in the University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Optometry golf tournament.

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Alabama Live

Wenonah High students marked National Poetry Month with contest, offshoot of BPL's 'Word Up!'

Joel McCandless and Jabriel Jones, second- and first-place winners, respectively, of recent Wenonah High School 'Word Up!' poetry contest.

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Alabama Live

Mooyah set to open downtown Birmingham restaurant near UAB

The burgers, fries and shakes chain is taking the corner space in the 20,000-square-foot row of buildings at 2112 Seventh Ave. South recently purchased and redeveloped by Birmingham's Shannon Waltchack in a $1.4 million deal .

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The News Tribune

Photos explore dynamics of youths' sexual identity

In this photo taken on Monday, April 21, 2014, Foster Noone, 17, of Pelham, Ala., looks at a personal photo in a new exhibit featuring images of young people with varied sexual identities and preferences during the installation of the work in Birmingham, Ala.

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Northern Michigan News

Clemson's McDaniels says he's ready for NBA

The Clemson forward says it's time to take that step following his junior season, when he led the team in scoring, rebounding, blocks, steals and three-point goals made.

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Alabama Live

Relating to Scout and recognizing injustice: No matter when you read 'To Kill a Mockingbird,' several themes resonate

My parents never denied me a book, regardless of subject matter or reading level, which resulted in my reading dozens of novels in my youth that, upon reflection, are much more than the simple stories they seemed to be in my 11- or 12-year-old mind.

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Alabama Live

Fight between 2 women leaves man critical with gunshot wound to head

A man is in critical condition after he was shot in the head Tuesday night at a northeast Birmingham apartment complex.

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Alabama Live

American Village founder Tom Walker is Birmingham group's top citizen

American Village President and CEO Tom Walker attends the National Veterans Shrine and Register of Honor dedication ceremony at the American Village in Montevallo on Feb. 17, 2014.

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Alabama Live

Forecast: Foggy morning with a high in the mid-70s in Birmingham Wednesday

BIRMINGHAM, Alabama - The day will be a sunny, warm one like recent days, but with fog across the area in the morning, according to the National Weather Service.

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Alabama Live

Jewish scholar lectures on 'How Islam Saved the Jews,' at UAB on April 24

David Wasserstein, a professor of Jewish history at Vanderbilt University, will lecture at UAB on April 24, 2014.

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Tue Apr 22, 2014

Alabama Live

Meet Birmingham magazine Sales Intern Alexis Nord

Our interns are a crucial part of our team, and Alexis Nord has brought her enthusiasm to the sales team.

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Alabama Live

The 1 percent miracle: Huntsville teen gets life-saving kidney transplant from his mom's best friend

It's like God has a plan for him. I have no idea what it is. But for everything to work out the way that it has, there's more going on than just this.

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WIAT-TV Birmingham

Alabama applies for grants for flood relief

This week is Parental Alienation Prevention week. At Tuesday's Baron's game, bubbles of love will float through the air just after the National Anthem.

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Alabama Live

Tom Jones is coming to Birmingham: Show us your best Carlton Dance

The Welsh singer, whose hits include "Delilah" and "She's a Lady," is best-known for "It's Not Unusual" and its invasion of pop culture.

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Alabama Live

It's official: Huntsville International Airport is the most expensive in the U.S. for 6th straight quarter

HUNTSVILLE, Alabama - Huntsville International Airport is once again the most expensive in the United States, according to the Bureau of Transportation Statistics.

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Alabama Live

Cheryl Morgan plans to contintue to shape Birmingham's design even in retirement

Cheryl Morgan may have retired from teaching at Auburn Urban Studio, but she feels she has more to offer Birmingham as a member of the Design Review Committee.

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Alabama Live

Birmingham City Council revokes business license for Continental Ballroom due to violence,...

The Birmingham City Council today voted to revoke the business license of a club where a teenager was shot earlier this month.

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