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Montgomery postal worker found guilty of identity theft, fraud and embezzlement - al.com (blog)

Montgomery Breaking News - Fri, 07/05/2013 - 18:19

Montgomery postal worker found guilty of identity theft, fraud and embezzlement
al.com (blog)
MONTGOMERY, Alabama -- A Montgomery postal worker has been found guilty of fraud, identity theft and embezzlement, according to George L. Beck's Office. Vernon Harrison was found guilty of one count of conspiring to file false claims, eight counts of ...

Montgomery postal worker found guilty of identity theft, fraud and embezzlement - al.com (blog)

Montgomery News - Fri, 07/05/2013 - 18:19

Montgomery postal worker found guilty of identity theft, fraud and embezzlement
al.com (blog)
MONTGOMERY, Alabama -- A Montgomery postal worker has been found guilty of fraud, identity theft and embezzlement, according to George L. Beck's Office. Vernon Harrison was found guilty of one count of conspiring to file false claims, eight counts of ...

Patients return to Jasper hospital after bomb threat; 2 babies born during evacuation, police say

Birmingham Breaking News - Fri, 07/05/2013 - 18:16
The hospital was cleared around noon, after a K-9 unit of bomb-sniffing dogs conducted a sweep, officials said. Kelsey Stein | kstein@al.com http://connect.al.com/user/kelseystein/index.html

ALDOT: Permanent repairs scheduled next week for hole that reappeared in Interstate 20/59

Birmingham Breaking News - Fri, 07/05/2013 - 18:05
Hole formed in patched area for previous hole, according to ALDOT. Mike D. Smith | msmith@al.com http://connect.al.com/user/MikeDSmith/index.html

Center Point Fire District gets Kawasaki Trans-Mule to help in hard-to-reach emergencies

Birmingham Breaking News - Fri, 07/05/2013 - 17:44
The City of Pinson provided funding for the ATV. Carol Robinson | crobinson@al.com http://connect.al.com/user/thisiscarol/index.html

Living gluten-free: Birmingham advocacy groups offer advice for gluten ... - The Birmingham News - al.com

Birmingham News - Fri, 07/05/2013 - 17:23

Living gluten-free: Birmingham advocacy groups offer advice for gluten ...
The Birmingham News - al.com
In the Birmingham area, those schools incude Oak Mountain High School, Helena Elementary in Shelby County, and Gwin Elementary. Rebecca Kinney, who is director of the Alabama Gluten Free and Celiac Community, said that teachers are just as ...

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Half-naked woman running with toddler taken into custody in Birmingham - The Huntsville Times - al.com (blog)

Birmingham News - Fri, 07/05/2013 - 17:19

Half-naked woman running with toddler taken into custody in Birmingham
The Huntsville Times - al.com (blog)
BIRMINGHAM, Alabama - A young woman wearing only a bra and panties was taken into police custody today after she was spotted running up and down 17th Street North this morning carrying a toddler. About a dozen Birmingham police officers responded ...

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Half-naked woman running with toddler taken into custody in Birmingham

Birmingham Breaking News - Fri, 07/05/2013 - 17:15
Police said the woman will be taken to UAB Hospital for psychiatric evaluation. Carol Robinson | crobinson@al.com http://connect.al.com/user/thisiscarol/index.html

UAB needs blood this summer

Birmingham Breaking News - Fri, 07/05/2013 - 16:57
UAB student Tyler Anderton relaxes as her blood is collected during a UAB blood drive in 2010. (The Birmingham News / Jeff Roberts) BIRMINGHAM, Alabama -- It's summertime and UAB is looking for blood.The supply is low and UAB is... Mike Oliver | moliver@al.com http://connect.al.com/user/toniokroger/index.html

Jeffco officials issue warning to bankers on $19 million sewer bond deal

Birmingham Breaking News - Fri, 07/05/2013 - 16:07
Jefferson County officials have warned bankers who stand to make as much as $19 million in fees on a sewer bond refinancing to not contact the county or risk elimination from the deal. Barnett Wright | bwright@al.com http://connect.al.com/user/bwright1234/index.html

AIDB offering broadband workshops in Talladega, Montgomery, Dothan ... - al.com (blog)

Tuscaloosa News - Fri, 07/05/2013 - 15:57

AIDB offering broadband workshops in Talladega, Montgomery, Dothan ...
al.com (blog)
The Tuscaloosa Center, at 2412 Skyland Blvd. East, will host an eHealth, eHome and Connected Community Forum July 30 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Lunch will be served. The program comes from a partnership with ConnectingAlabama, the Alabama ...

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AIDB offering broadband workshops in Talladega, Montgomery, Dothan ... - al.com (blog)

Montgomery Breaking News - Fri, 07/05/2013 - 15:57

AIDB offering broadband workshops in Talladega, Montgomery, Dothan ...
al.com (blog)
TALLADEGA, Alabama -- The Alabama Institute for the Deaf and Blind will be offering broadband training opportunities for work, health and home needs in several locations throughout Alabama this month. All the sessions will take place at AIDB's regional ...

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AIDB offering broadband workshops in Talladega, Montgomery, Dothan ... - al.com (blog)

Montgomery News - Fri, 07/05/2013 - 15:57

AIDB offering broadband workshops in Talladega, Montgomery, Dothan ...
al.com (blog)
TALLADEGA, Alabama -- The Alabama Institute for the Deaf and Blind will be offering broadband training opportunities for work, health and home needs in several locations throughout Alabama this month. All the sessions will take place at AIDB's regional ...

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NASA scientists in Huntsville use ISERV cameras aboard International Space ... - The Birmingham News - al.com

Huntsville News - Fri, 07/05/2013 - 15:25

NASA scientists in Huntsville use ISERV cameras aboard International Space ...
The Birmingham News - al.com
HUNTSVILLE, Alabama - When major flooding hit Calgary, Alberta, Canada on and after June 22, a NASA camera aboard the International Space Station was watching. Operated by scientists in Huntsville, the camera took 24 near-real-time pictures of the ...

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Gunshots fired every 76 seconds in Birmingham July 4 - al.com (blog)

Birmingham News - Fri, 07/05/2013 - 15:16

Gunshots fired every 76 seconds in Birmingham July 4
al.com (blog)
BIRMINGHAM, Alabama - Police begged and warned and pleaded with Birmingham residents not to fire guns into the air to celebrate the Fourth of July. But Birminghamians fired away. In fact, a shot was fired every 76 seconds, according to the city's ...

Gunshots fired every 76 seconds in Birmingham July 4

Birmingham Breaking News - Fri, 07/05/2013 - 15:12
One person was shot in Birmingham, but police do not believe that was the result of celebratory gunfire. Carol Robinson | crobinson@al.com http://connect.al.com/user/thisiscarol/index.html

Walker County officials handling bomb threat at Walker Baptist Medical Center, Highway 69 bridge

Birmingham Breaking News - Fri, 07/05/2013 - 14:56
This morning, an unidentified person called in a bomb threat, saying explosives had been placed at the hospital and on an unspecified bridge on Highway 69, an EMA official said. Kelsey Stein | kstein@al.com http://connect.al.com/user/kelseystein/index.html

Interstate 20 westbound closure begins Sunday night; construction continues along secondary alternate route (map)

Birmingham Breaking News - Fri, 07/05/2013 - 14:54
Official alternate is interstate route; separate construction project along Crestwood Boulevard not to be finished until next week. Mike D. Smith | msmith@al.com http://connect.al.com/user/MikeDSmith/index.html

Alabama's first black federal judge, U.W. Clemon, being honored by group that had opposed his nomination

Birmingham Breaking News - Fri, 07/05/2013 - 14:00
U.W. Clemon, retired chief judge of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Alabama, next month will be honored by the American Bar Association with its 2013 John H. Pickering Award. Kent Faulk | kfaulk@al.com http://connect.al.com/user/krfaulk/index.html

Birmingham traffic and gas report: Friday, July 5, 2013 - The Birmingham News - al.com

Birmingham News - Fri, 07/05/2013 - 11:04

Birmingham traffic and gas report: Friday, July 5, 2013
The Birmingham News - al.com
View/Post Comments. RAINY DAYS AND MONDAY...REDUX Joe Songer/jsonger@al.com). BIRMINGHAM, Alabama -- Rain moving through Central Alabama contributing to wet roads and slick driving conditions. The rain is forecast to last through the day.

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