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The University of Alabama reported a natural gas leak Tuesday morning, near the Rodgers Library.
President Carter pardons draft dodgers, and John McEnroe’s temper gets him disqualified in Melbourne. All this and more in today’s “This Day in History”.
The City of Montevallo held its annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Unity March and Program Monday.
Monday is Martin Luther King Day, which is a day to honor the life and legacy of the slain civil rights leader. In Birmingham, the festivities got underway with the 28th annual Unity Breakfast.
Residents say they got notices last week from the Housing Authority of the Birmingham District informing them of potential gas leaks and also tenant relocation plans. As the weather gets cold again some say they are still afraid to use their gas heating and unsure about what the future holds for them.
Many people made their way to downtown Jasper Monday to sing and pray.
Thanks to a group of dedicated volunteers, along with the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office, one man will soon have a brand new home.
She’s a regular on television and on the stage, now the “Wendy’s girl” is coming home to Cullman.
According to fire crews on the scene, someone used toilet paper to roll a home in the Hickory Ridge community over the weekend. On Monday afternoon, someone tried to burn the toilet paper out of a tree.
ALDOT has proposed a plan to rebuild the bridges. Which means, the way you get around will change.
Alabama’s 5-star freshman cornerback, Tony Brown, was arrested early Sunday morning for Failure to Obey and Resisting Arrest.
The Martin Luther King Jr. federal holiday is first observed, and the first “Game of the Century” takes place. All this and more in today’s “This Day in History”.
Birmingham Police have confirmed one dead in an officer-related accident.
China gets a taste of “fast food” and UCLA’s amazing win streak finally comes to an end. All this and more in today’s “This Day in History”.
About two dozen gun rights advocates climbed the steps of the State Capitol for the second annual rally organized by Gun Rights Across America on Sunday.
A fire at a home at the intersection of 44th Street and 5th Ave. S. is under investigation tonight.