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Northwestern Mutual of Alabama has relocated its Birmingham headquarters from Over the Mountain to downtown - a move its managing partner said puts the company in the middle of an exciting, revitalized area and paves the way for the insurance and financial service firm's growth.
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Lamar Weaver greets the Rev. Fred Shuttlesworth and Ruby Shuttlesworth in the whites-only waiting room at Birmingham's train depot, Terminal Station, in a picture taken by photographer Robert Adams of The Birmingham News on March 6, 1957.
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Alabama's parole board refused an early release Tuesday for a former Brighton police officer convicted in the shooting death of the son of a Mississippi legislator in 2009.
The Regency Manor Specialty Care Assisted Living Facility in Gurley has been given an emergency closure order after a complaint investigation.
Lawmen seized nearly $400,000 in cash hidden in suitcases on a passenger bus in Alabama headed for Mexico, authorities announced Tuesday.
MOBILE Jackson County Sheriff Mike Byrd pleads guilty to felony charge misleading conduct toward another with intent to prevent communication to fed law officer.
"We will look at a different incentive package for Boeing if we are able to recruit them.
A Texas death row inmate is now charged with killing a woman in Alabama a decade ago.
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.
A Dothan man has pleaded guilty to burning a cross at the entrance of an African-American neighborhood in Ozark, federal prosecutors said Monday.
Taesung, a South Korean plastic-injection mold parts producer, will enter the automotive sector with its new $6.6 million Alabama facility.
The Democratic leader in the Alabama House is calling for the Legislature to use its election-year session to approve a state lottery.
Darren Morris, 44, of Montgomery, Ala., talks with reporters Monday, Dec. 9, 2013 about the need for businesses to hire more people like him who have disabilities.
A wintry mix of freezing rain, sleet and snow could impact school travel on Tuesday morning.
Obamacare requires all insurance policies have a certain amount of things covered in each policy.
One of the most important votes some Alabamians ever make doesn't happen in a voting booth.