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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 $87,900 which is roughly $46/per square foot. More Birmingham information.

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6 min ago | Alabama Live

Low income residents blamed for violence in city; Jeffco officials blamed for racism: What do you think?

A Birmingham pastor during a prayer blamed the "disease of racism and prejudice" for Jefferson County's past employment hiring issues. A County Commissioner blamed three lawyers for some of the county's problems with a federal judge in a consent decree case and said taxpayers should not pay their legal expenses.

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Sun Sep 14, 2014

Alabama Live

Forecast: Mild evening Sunday, possibly stormy Monday ahead in Birmingham

BIRMINGHAM, Alabama - Birmingham will have a mild, partly-cloudy night Sunday with a low of 70, according to the National Weather Service. On Monday, the high will end up in the upper 80s, with a 70 percent chance of rain and the possibility of thunderstorms after 10 a.m. Monday: A slight chance of showers, then showers and thunderstorms likely after 10 a.m. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 88. Calm wind becoming north around 5 mph.

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Alabama Live

Where to watch Miss America on TV tonight

If you're not among the hundred or so supporters of Miss Alabama Caitlin Brunell in Atlantic City, don't worry. You can still follow the Miss America 2015 competition live on TV tonight.

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Alabama Live

Birmingham spends $180,000 on 'empowerment,' but does it know the meaning of the word?

About the writer John Archibald is a columnist for the Alabama Media Group. His work appears in the newspaper on Sundays, Wednesdays and Fridays, and online at AL.com all the time.

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Alabama Live

An old gem gets a facelift, and the trucks return to the park; here's your Birmingham food beat rewind

A downtown dining landmark prepares to get a major facelift, another new fast-casual eatery is coming to Southside, and the food trucks return to Railroad Park. If you missed any of those stories from the Birmingham food beat this past week, here is your Sunday-morning rewind.

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Alabama Live

Founder of hummingbird study group expanded banding and love of birds in Alabama

BIRMINGHAM, Alabama -When the annual bird banding takes place Oct. 4-12 at Fort Morgan, the patriarch of Alabama bird banders will be missing. Longtime Clay resident Bob Sargent, co-founder of the Hummer/Bird Study Group and one of Alabama's foremost bird experts, died on Sept.

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Film Threat

the Ghost Pepper Eating Contest of Jefferson County

Sam Frazier, Jr. turns his comic documentary eye towards the annual Salsa Showdown at the Sidewalk Film Festival in Birmingham, Alabama to bring us The Ghost Pepper Eating Contest of Jefferson County . Setting the scene as if the event is being reported on by a rival of Dodgeball 's fictional ESPN 8 , hosts Mike Cunliffe and Arik Sokol give a running commentary as contestants see who can consume the most hot peppers.

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Sat Sep 13, 2014

WERC-AM Birmingham

A Giant Chicken? In Birmingham?

A candidate for governor is campaigning with a large inflatable animal. Democrat Parker Griffith is making appearances, accompanied by an 18-foot tall chicken.

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Alabama Live

Beers, brats and wiener dogs: Birmingham's Oktoberfest celebration returns

"I've traveled to Germany several times," Ritch said while enjoying a meal of weisswurst, sauerkraut and German-style potato salad, as well as a glass of Hofbrau Oktoberfest. "This is as close as I'm going to get this year."

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Alabama Live

Apple releases: a talk with Birmingham developers

By all accounts the process was a mess , with lots of carriers, including Apple, knocked offline due to the onslaught of people fumbling over one another to throw money one of the richest companies in the world. Nevertheless, and in true Apple form, they outdid themselves once again, reporting record sales this morning , when the phone had been available for less than 12 hours.

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Alabama Live

Minister formally charged with rape, sodomy allegedly involving victim under 16

A Birmingham-area minister has been formally charged with rape and sodomy after he was arrested Thursday for allegedly victimizing a minor female . Glenn VanZandt, 55, of Hoover, faces charges of second-degree rape and second-degree sodomy contained in his arrest warrants, Pleasant Grove Police Sgt.

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Alabama Live

Addressing hunger and food deserts -- a wrap up of our coverage: opinion

With last night's Food Forward panel , our food desert series comes to an end. Our coverage of the issue is definitely not complete, but we wanted to look back at what we learned during the past few weeks.

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Alabama Live

Donald Watkins says he is settling dispute with Birmingham over claims he owes $146K in back taxes

Donald Watkins, who was legal adviser to former long-time Birmingham Mayor Richard Arrington, says he is working to settle his dispute with the city over how much in business taxes he owes. Birmingham filed lawsuits in April against Watkins and against one of Watkins' energy companies, Masada Resource Group LLC, for failing to pay business license and payroll taxes totaling more than $146,000.

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Fri Sep 12, 2014

Alabama Live

Forecast: Rain could linger around Birmingham Friday night

There could be some occasional showers and storms in the Birmingham area through the night Friday, but those should give way to a partly sunny and dry Saturday, according to the National Weather Service .

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Birmingham students, city leaders discuss black on black crime

Birmingham high school students got a chance to address city leaders about black on black crime in a panel discussion on Friday. The panel discussion was held at the Birmingham Museum of Art as a part of Empowerment Week along with events surrounding the anniversary of the 16th Street Church bombing.

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Business Journal

Three new Jimmy John's locations coming to Birmingham

According to James Proctor, leasing and brokerage associate with Harbert Realty Services, three leases have been signed for the Birmingham metro area, and two will be opened by the end of 2014. According to James Proctor , leasing and brokerage associate with Harbert Realty Services, three leases have been signed for the Birmingham metro area, and two will be opened by the end of 2014.

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Alabama Live

Birmingham gets $125,000 federal grant to study impacts of I-20/59 downtown bridges

The U.S. Department of Transportation has awarded the city $125,000 to examine transportation and development barriers along the Interstate 20/59 corridor downtown. The grant comes from the federal government's TIGER program, short for "Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery."

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Alabama Live

Homewood is going to the dogs: Whole Dog Market to open at the end of September

Homewood residents are soon to see a lot more furry friends strolling down 18th Street, looking for a treat, a toy, a bath or all three. Whole Dog Market , located at 2937 18th St. South beside Southern Trophy and Plaque and Alabama Goods, will open at the end of September.

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Welcome to Birmingham? What's wrong with this picture: opinion

The view from the Amtrak parking lot across Morris Avenue in downtown Birmingham, taken Sept. 8, 2014.

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Convicted sex offender charged after offering free photography sessions on Mountain Brook...

A convicted sex offender who offered on at least one Birmingham-area trading site to take pictures for free is now charged with a crime. Mountain Brook police have charged Christopher Scott Shrove, 35, with violating Alabama's sex offender laws.

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