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2 hrs ago | WSFA-TV Montgomery
Officers from the East Precinct responded to a 'shots fired' call in the 1300 block of Americana Drive just before midnight on Monday.
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2 hrs ago | Alabama Live
A Birmingham man charged with fatally stabbing a 16-year-old will remain in jail without bond as his case goes before a grand jury, a judge ruled Tuesday.
4 hrs ago | Alabama Live
Vampire Weekend's 2014 tour comes to Birmingham on April 28 at Sloss Furnaces . Promoter Red Mountain Entertainment announced the 8 p.m. show this morning, along with ticket prices: $40 general admission.
5 hrs ago | Alabama Live
We in Birmingham join in mourning of the passing of the legendary South African leader, Nelson Mandela, who died last week at the age of 95. Many renowned speakers came to Birmingham this year and emphasized that Mandela was inspired by the Civil Rights struggle here in Birmingham.
6 hrs ago | Alabama Live
Birmingham's oeLightRails art installation under the 18th Street Railroad Viaduct has converted to a special holiday-themed program that will last through December 2013.
6 hrs ago | Alabama Live
Wealth is not necessarily a prerequisite for owning or giving great art, so unless you're looking for a serious collectable, you may want to skip over the first two items.
8 hrs ago | Alabama Live
Gardendale residents interested in learning about investment planning are invited to attend a program at the Gardendale Public Library Tuesday, Dec. 10. The investment planning session is part of Making Cents , a free program provided by select public libraries in Birmingham and Jefferson and Shelby counties.
2 Auburn heads west to play for the national championship, rival No. 3 Alabama will play Jan. 2 in the Sugar Bowl.
State Sen. Bill Hightower and Mobile County Commissioners Connie Hudson and Merceria Ludgood participate in a legislative luncheon on Monday, Dec. 9, 2013, at the Mobile Area Chamber of Commerce.
Jaylen Xavier Carter, a first-grader at Minor Elementary School in Birmingham, reads Green Eggs and Ham.
Eddie Miller is executive director of Ladders Up, which offers vocational training and skills development.
Birmingham City Councilman William Parker is pressing state lawmakers for rules requiring more community notification when some industries seek to renew air emission permits.
While the news of a new child sometimes comes with a solid pink or blue line, it was a dotted line that sealed the deal on Chad and Lauren Haun's youngest daughter, Lucy.
Sunday night's weather offers no relief from the day's constant downpours, as rain and a possible thunderstorm are expected in the Birmingham area, according to the National Weather Service.
A look at today's newspapers, with front pages showing Auburn's win over Missouri for the SEC Championship on Saturday in Atlanta.
'In The Loupe: Birmingham,' is a collection of some of the best work produced by Alabama Media Group's Birmingham-based photographers Tamika Moore, Mark Almond, Joe Songer and Frank Couch.