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BIRMINGHAM, Alabama - A foggy morning with a slight chance of rain is ahead for Birmingham Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service.
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Downtown Birmingham is shining a little brighter this holiday season now that the city's Christmas tree has been lit.
Still, Landry's lip-syncing to an ear-wrenching version of "O Holy Night" has done pretty well, drawing almost 350,000 viewers since he and a roommate recorded it five years ago as a video Christmas card to friends and family.
Medical Properties Trust Inc. said today it has completed the previously announced $244.7 million real estate acquisition of 11 rehabilitation facilities in Germany.
This photo provided by the Hoover Police Department shows Adrian Briskey, 28, charged with killing a fellow Alabama fan after the end of last weekend's Iron Bowl football game.
Glen Iris Elementary School Principal Michael Wilson says a new partnership between Birmingham city schools and the University of Alabama at Birmingham will benefit current and future teachers, which in turn will benefit students.
South Precinct officers responded to an assault call about 2 a.m. in the 4200 block of Third Avenue South.
Woman shot dead after football game; sister says person charged was upset over Alabama loss By JAY REEVES Associated Press BIRMINGHAM, Alabama - A woman charged with killing a fellow Alabama college football fan after the end of last weekend's Iron Bowl football game was angry that the victim and others didn't seem upset over the Crimson Tide's ... (more)
BIRMINGHAM, Alabama -- A man who led several central Alabama law enforcement agencies on a two-hour police chase Monday afternoon has been charged in Tarrant.
The Iron Curtain was an ideological boundary separating Europe into two parts from the end of the Second World War to the early nineties.
A hearing for a former Birmingham police officer facing arson charges has been rescheduled, and the case has stretched on because of complex, exhaustive evidence that attorneys must review.
Damion Ratcliff, 36, was the driver and lone occupant in a GMC van that was traveling in the 200 block of 48th Street about 8:30 a.m. The Jefferson County Coroner's Office said he lost control of the van, hit a road sign, swerved back into the roadway, hit two parked vehicles and then flipped.
DECEMBER 2, 1963 -- Jerry Dutton, an official with the National States Rights Party arrested during Birmingham's school integration, obtained trespass and disorderly conduct warrants against two FBI agents who visited the party's Bessemer Road headquarters.
Birmingham police have classified the Saturday night discovery of a body on the Southside as a suicide, according to Public Information Officer Sgt.