The Memorial honoring the 4 girls who lost their lives in the 16th Street Church bombing has been dropped off.
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Update // Runway has been reopened.
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U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry arrived in Geneva Thursday morning to test the seriousness of a Russian proposal to secure Syria’s chemical weapons.
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“Get revenge on Johnny [Manziel] and the whole Texas A&M team,” freshman Ty Sims said of his hopes for Saturday’s game. “But mainly Johnny [Manziel].”
“I have full confidence in our leadership that we’re going to do whatever we need to do to handle the situation appropriately, and I know that we will,” Saban said, adding that he didn’t know of any current players involved in allegations related to the report.
CBS 42′s Melissa Crabtree talks to family members of a 9/11 pentagon victim who was honored in Jacksonville.
“We’ve seen what hate can do, let’s choose love today. Sunday is a national day of forgiveness,” McKinstry said. “We’re asking pulpits across the country to speak and preach about healing and forgiveness. So we’re just asking everyone to walk on that journey.”
The Mural for All will be 22-feet tall and 36-feet wide when it’s all said and done.
Rep. John Rogers of Birmingham, a longtime friend of Newton, says he was notified by the lawmaker’s family that Newton died Wednesday morning.
Birmingham’s 50 Years Forward campaign has given everyone a chance to look back and compare the civil rights movement then and now.
Birmingham police say one of the trucks was parked in the emergency lane at the time of impact. The wreck sent two people to the hospital and also caused delays and two lane closures.
According to officers on the scene, the standoff has ended as the man, 38-year-old Jeffrey Browning took his own life.
Denise McNair, Addie Mae Collins, Carole Robertson and Cynthia Wesley died in a bomb blast at the church in 1963. The individual medal will be displayed at the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute.
According to Sgt. Johnny Williams with the Birmingham Police Department, 11 students were involved in the fight that happened around 1 p.m., though nine were observed fighting.