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    Birmingham City School leaders respond to allegations of unqualified administrators Video included

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    Birmingham City School leaders are responding to concerns Tuesday involving allegations that two administrators did not hold proper certification for the jobs.

    State lawmaker watching judge's domestic abuse case

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    An Alabama congresswoman is speaking out about domestic abuse and says she's closely monitoring a case involving a federal judge from Montgomery.

    Gadsden police officers receive Life Saver Award Video included

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    After 35 years on the job, August 25 could have been a Gadsden man's last shift for AT&T if it weren't for some Gadsden police officers. Danny Day collapsed while retrieving cable. His hard hat came off as he fell to the ground, and Day hit his head and began to bleed profusely. Two police officers, Josh Russell and Jason Coffman, were on patrol on Forrest Avenue. They drove past Day at the right time. "It happened so quickly, as we were approaching, I just saw a hard hat fall."

    Small aircraft makes emergency landing at Chilton County airport

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    The pilot of a small aircraft en route to Atlanta on Tuesday was forced to make an emergency landing at the Chilton County airport after the plane lost all power to its engine.

    Clay leaders propose major budget cuts Video included

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    One of Jefferson County's youngest cities, Clay, is going through a rough financial patch. Clay incorporated 14 years ago. It had a balanced budget for the first eight years.

    Obama: Ebola outbreak 'spiraling out of control'

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    President Barack Obama says the world is looking to the United States to address the deadly outbreak of Ebola in West Africa.

    Paula Deen talks with Pam Huff

    Paula Deen talks with Pam Huff while in Birmingham to help the Community Food Bank of Central Alabama.

    Flu season is right around the corner Video included

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    Sneezing, sniffling, coughing, wheezing. That's the sounds these days heard in schools, offices and daycaresThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention just confirmed Alabama's first cases of Enterovirus D-68, the so-called mystery virus that is hitting young children especially hard. Except for this rhinovirus, we haven't heard much yet about flu season. Right now the Jefferson County Department of Health has no confirmed cases of the flu. But, local physicians know that will change in th...

    Two men plead guilty to murder after crash killed Hanceville family in 2012 Video included

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    Two men have pleaded guilty to felony murder charges for a crash that killed a Hanceville family nearly two years ago. The men were involved in a police chase when their SUV crashed into a car, killing a couple and their baby.

    2 anglers convicted of cheating during fishing tournament on Lake Guntersville

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    Two north Alabama men have been convicted of cheating during a fishing tournament on Lake Guntersville.

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    • Birmingham City School leaders respond to allegations of unqualified administrators

      Birmingham City School leaders respond to allegations of unqualified administrators

      Tuesday, September 16 2014 11:18 PM EDT2014-09-17 03:18:16 GMT
      Birmingham City School leaders are responding to concerns Tuesday involving allegations that two administrators did not hold proper certification for the jobs.More >>
      Birmingham City School leaders are responding to concerns Tuesday involving allegations that two administrators did not hold proper certification for the jobs.More >>
    • Small Treasurers coming to Birmingham Museum of Art

      Small Treasurers coming to Birmingham Museum of Art

      Tuesday, September 16 2014 9:29 PM EDT2014-09-17 01:29:42 GMT
      Small Treasures: Rembrandt, Vermeer, Hals, and Their Contemporaries is coming to the Birmingham Museum of Art early next year. The exhibition, from January 31, 2015 through April 26, 2015, features small 17th-century paintings from the Dutch and Flemish Golden Age. During the period, artists demonstrated precise detail by painting on a small scale. At the time, their technical skills were highly revered, and these paintings had an impact on the work of many artists.The exhibition brings toget...More >>
      Small Treasures: Rembrandt, Vermeer, Hals, and Their Contemporaries is coming to the Birmingham Museum of Art early next year. The exhibition, from January 31, 2015 through April 26, 2015, features small 17th-century paintings from the Dutch and Flemish Golden Age. During the period, artists demonstrated precise detail by painting on a small scale. At the time, their technical skills were highly revered, and these paintings had an impact on the work of many artists.The exhibition brings toget...More >>
    • Concerns raised over qualifications of Birmingham City Schools Employees

      Concerns raised over qualifications of Birmingham City Schools Employees

      Tuesday, September 16 2014 6:49 PM EDT2014-09-16 22:49:04 GMT
      Some community and educational leaders are raising concerns Tuesday regarding the qualifications of administrators in the Birmingham City Schools System.More >>
      Some community and educational leaders are raising concerns Tuesday regarding the qualifications of administrators in the Birmingham City Schools System.More >>
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    • Gadsden police officers receive Life Saver Award

      Gadsden police officers receive Life Saver Award

      Tuesday, September 16 2014 8:09 PM EDT2014-09-17 00:09:23 GMT
      After 35 years on the job, August 25 could have been a Gadsden man's last shift for AT&T if it weren't for some Gadsden police officers. Danny Day collapsed while retrieving cable. His hard hat came off as he fell to the ground, and Day hit his head and began to bleed profusely. Two police officers, Josh Russell and Jason Coffman, were on patrol on Forrest Avenue. They drove past Day at the right time. "It happened so quickly, as we were approaching, I just saw a hard hat fall."More >>
      After 35 years on the job, August 25 could have been a Gadsden man's last shift for AT&T if it weren't for some Gadsden police officers. Danny Day collapsed while retrieving cable. His hard hat came off as he fell to the ground, and Day hit his head and began to bleed profusely. Two police officers, Josh Russell and Jason Coffman, were on patrol on Forrest Avenue. They drove past Day at the right time. "It happened so quickly, as we were approaching, I just saw a hard hat fall."More >>
    • Town Hall meeting on police and minority relations

      Town Hall meeting on police and minority relations

      Tuesday, September 16 2014 7:35 AM EDT2014-09-16 11:35:18 GMT
      In light of the events in Ferguson, Missouri community and police leaders will be participating in a town hall meeting.A number of people will be there from law enforcement to UAB professors. They will be discussing police and minority relations.More >>
      In light of the events in Ferguson, Missouri community and police leaders will be participating in a town hall meeting.A number of people will be there from law enforcement to UAB professors. They will be discussing police and minority relations.More >>
    • Anniston appoints new school board member; discusses school consolidation

      Anniston appoints new school board member; discusses school consolidation

      Monday, September 15 2014 9:13 PM EDT2014-09-16 01:13:45 GMT
      The Anniston City Council named a former mayor of Weaver as the city's newest board of education member. Ed Kimbrough will replace Donna Ross, who submitted a letter of resignation two weeks ago as she and her family move out of state. Kimbrough was one of three candidates interviewed by the council for the position, along with former Macon County board of education member Ernest Washington, and Andrew Hatley, who previously served on both the Anniston City Council and Board of Education.More >>
      The Anniston City Council named a former mayor of Weaver as the city's newest board of education member. Ed Kimbrough will replace Donna Ross, who submitted a letter of resignation two weeks ago as she and her family move out of state. Kimbrough was one of three candidates interviewed by the council for the position, along with former Macon County board of education member Ernest Washington, and Andrew Hatley, who previously served on both the Anniston City Council and Board of Education.More >>
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