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Forecast: Wet weekend continuing with more showers in area today

Birmingham Breaking News - Sun, 07/07/2013 - 11:00
View full size BIRMINGHAM, Alabama -- Rain will continue throughout the day with increasing chances for precipitation in the afternoon, following flooding concerns this weekend for the waterlogged area. The National Weather Service's offices in the Birmingham area on... Martin J. Reed | mreed@al.com http://connect.al.com/user/martinjreed/index.html

Huntsville Birth Announcements for July 7 - The Birmingham News - al.com

Huntsville News - Sun, 07/07/2013 - 10:07

Huntsville Birth Announcements for July 7
The Birmingham News - al.com
Backus, Matthew and Christine Egan Backus of Madison named their son, born June 2 at Madison Hospital, Rowan James Backus. Grandparents are David and Linda Backus and Patrick and Kimberlee Egan. Ball, John and Christina Ball of Huntsville named ...

Outdoors: Deer season shift in southwest Alabama - Montgomery Advertiser

Montgomery News - Sun, 07/07/2013 - 09:07

Outdoors: Deer season shift in southwest Alabama
Montgomery Advertiser
Sykes and his staff looked at those areas south of Highway 80, but the influence of a Georgia strain of deer in the areas east of Montgomery presented mixed results in the data. Therefore, the February shift was only proposed for southwest Alabama. “I ...

Al Benn's Alabama: Selma couple's romance enters its golden age - Montgomery Advertiser

Montgomery Breaking News - Sun, 07/07/2013 - 09:00

Al Benn's Alabama: Selma couple's romance enters its golden age
Montgomery Advertiser
SELMA — The first time Nancy Gardner laid eyes on A.A. Sewell, she was decorating for a dance at Alabama State University and he asked her for a date. Aware of Sewell's ... Montgomery attorney Julian McPhillips and his wife, Leslie, were in the audience.

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Al Benn's Alabama: Selma couple's romance enters its golden age - Montgomery Advertiser

Montgomery News - Sun, 07/07/2013 - 09:00

Al Benn's Alabama: Selma couple's romance enters its golden age
Montgomery Advertiser
SELMA — The first time Nancy Gardner laid eyes on A.A. Sewell, she was decorating for a dance at Alabama State University and he asked her for a date. Aware of Sewell's ... Montgomery attorney Julian McPhillips and his wife, Leslie, were in the audience.

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Alabama Voices - Thomas Vocino: State expanding Medicaid serves the public ... - Montgomery Advertiser

Montgomery News - Sun, 07/07/2013 - 06:27

Alabama Voices - Thomas Vocino: State expanding Medicaid serves the public ...
Montgomery Advertiser
The country's and Alabama's prosperity are impacted positively by a strong and vibrant private sector. Small and large businesses create jobs and sustain growth in the economy. As a society, we must never lose sight of the contributions the private ...
State punts exchanges to fedsTimes Daily

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Birmingham hero continues on his final journey home (Today in Pictures) - The Birmingham News - al.com (blog)

Birmingham News - Sun, 07/07/2013 - 05:16

Birmingham hero continues on his final journey home (Today in Pictures)
The Birmingham News - al.com (blog)
An Army carry team carries the transfer case containing the remains of Army Pvt. Errol D. Milliard of Birmingham upon arrival at Dover Air Force Base, Del. on Saturday. Fire crews work the crash site of Asiana Flight 214 at San Francisco International ...

Birmingham hero continues on his final journey home (Today in Pictures)

Birmingham Breaking News - Sun, 07/07/2013 - 05:12
A collection of some of the best pictures from the Associated Press Mark Almond | malmond@al.com http://connect.al.com/user/malmond/index.html

Mobile BayBears batter Montgomery Biscuits in doubleheader sweep (photos) - Press-Register - al.com

Montgomery Breaking News - Sun, 07/07/2013 - 04:07

Mobile BayBears batter Montgomery Biscuits in doubleheader sweep (photos)
Press-Register - al.com
MOBILE, Alabama - The Mobile BayBears put the double in doubleheader as they posted a Southern League sweep of the Montgomery Biscuits on Saturday at Hank Aaron Stadium. In the opener, Dustin Martin and Rossmel Perez had two doubles apiece as ...

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Police say Huntsville man who went to buy iPad from Craig's List seller was ... - al.com

Huntsville News - Sun, 07/07/2013 - 03:30

Police say Huntsville man who went to buy iPad from Craig's List seller was ...
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HUNTSVILLE, Alabama - A man who arrived at a local address to buy an iPad advertised on Craig's List was robbed at gunpoint by someone posing as the seller, police say. The victim told police he inquired about buying the iPad and received an e-mail ...

Hoover's Marlon Humphrey runs away with 2013 Birmingham News Overall ... - al.com

Birmingham News - Sun, 07/07/2013 - 02:09

Hoover's Marlon Humphrey runs away with 2013 Birmingham News Overall ...
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HOOVER, Alabama -- Marlon Humphrey is going to have to make at least one big decision someday when it comes to his athletic future beyond Hoover High School. The first of those will likely be which college football powerhouse he'll sign up to play ...

Wilton Baptist Church hosting Freedom Fest celebration on Sunday

Birmingham Breaking News - Sun, 07/07/2013 - 01:10
Barbecue, music and games will be part of Freedom Fest at Wilton Baptist Church starting at 3 p.m. on Sunday. WILTON, Alabama -- The Fourth of July may have passed for this year, but the small community of Wilton... Martin J. Reed | mreed@al.com http://connect.al.com/user/martinjreed/index.html

Updated: Forecast: Showers continuing but flood watch no longer in effect

Birmingham Breaking News - Sun, 07/07/2013 - 00:00
View full size Updated at 8:25 p.m.: The National Weather Services offices in the Birmingham area reported at about 8:20 p.m. the flash flood watch for central Alabama counties has been lifted.BIRMINGHAM, Alabama - Showers will continue tonight with... Martin J. Reed | mreed@al.com http://connect.al.com/user/martinjreed/index.html

Squeeze play: Birmingham, Ala., wants a Negro Leagues museum like the one ... - Kansas City Star

Birmingham News - Sat, 07/06/2013 - 23:47

Kansas City Star

Squeeze play: Birmingham, Ala., wants a Negro Leagues museum like the one ...
Kansas City Star
But they hope to break ground for another one in Birmingham, Ala., later this year, which is not exactly welcome news at the corner of 18th and Vine. Indeed, the folks who run the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum in Kansas City even object to the ...
Kansas City's Negro Leagues Baseball Museum officials remain wary of ...The Birmingham News - al.com

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Fourth of July celebrations held across Central Alabama | News - WBRC

Birmingham News - Sat, 07/06/2013 - 22:45

Fourth of July celebrations held across Central Alabama | News
WBRC
BIRMINGHAM, AL (WBRC)- Despite wet weather concerns, Fourth of July celebrations went off without a hitch throughout the Birmingham area. The rain held off so folks could see the night's sky light up over. Vulcan in this year's "Thunder on the Mountain.

Birmingham soldier, 18, killed in Afghanistan awarded Bronze Star medal ... - The Birmingham News - al.com

Birmingham News - Sat, 07/06/2013 - 22:03

Birmingham soldier, 18, killed in Afghanistan awarded Bronze Star medal ...
The Birmingham News - al.com
BIRMINGHAM, Alabama - An 18-year-old soldier from Birmingham died in Afghanistan on the Fourth of July when his unit was attacked with a rocket-propelled grenade, according to the Department of Defense. Pvt. Errol "Elijah" Duran Aster Milliard, a ...
Young Birmingham soldier dies in combat July 4 - WVTM-TV: News, Weather ...Alabama's13.com
Birmingham solider dies in AfghanistanWALA-TV FOX10
Birmingham hero dies in the warWBRC

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FBI, Walker County Sheriff's Office seek man who robbed bank while armed with guns, bowie knife

Birmingham Breaking News - Sat, 07/06/2013 - 21:11
A suspect robbed Traders & Farmers Bank in Curry shortly after 3 p.m. and fled with an undisclosed amount of money. Kelsey Stein | kstein@al.com http://connect.al.com/user/kelseystein/index.html

Flash flood watch in effect for central Alabama through 7 a.m. Sunday

Birmingham Breaking News - Sat, 07/06/2013 - 18:17
Most of central Alabama is under a flash flood watch, which means conditions could develop that lead to flash flooding. Several more rounds of heavy rainfall - at least 1 to 2 inches - are expected to hit the area. Kelsey Stein | kstein@al.com http://connect.al.com/user/kelseystein/index.html

2 Dolomite men arrested after fleeing from police during burglary at Hueytown home

Birmingham Breaking News - Sat, 07/06/2013 - 17:04
Jadarrius Martez Duncan, 20, and Kyle Jamaal Norris, 28, both of Dolomite, were arrested Friday. Both men are being held at the Jefferson County jail. Kelsey Stein | kstein@al.com http://connect.al.com/user/kelseystein/index.html

Tuscaloosa Starts Red Light Cameras Aug. 1 - WPMI Local 15 News

Tuscaloosa News - Sat, 07/06/2013 - 16:45

Tuscaloosa Starts Red Light Cameras Aug. 1
WPMI Local 15 News
1 is the start date for Tuscaloosa's cameras designed to catch motorists running red lights. Police spokesman Brent Blankley said the ... He told The Tuscaloosa News that violators will receive warning tickets during August. Fines of $110 will be ...

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