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THEFT INVESTIGATION: Deputies in Jackson County, Alabama, are investigating after suspects allegedly stole gas and catalytic converters from a few church vans. Church members said it’s not the first time it has happened.

“So many people haven’t heard about me.” Sarah Collins Rudolph survived the 1963 Alabama church bombing that killed her sister and three other girls. Nearly 60 years later, “the fifth little girl” is still seeking restitution

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Pastor Chris Hodges talks about 20 years at the Church of the Highlands and how it's grown to the biggest church in Alabama.

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Alabama tornado kills one man and injures at least 20 as buildings collapse, roofs fly off church and people are trapped

#MartinLutherKingJr speaking to an audience at St. Paul AME Church in Birmingham #MLKDay2021  📸 Alabama Department of Archives and History.

Coach Gene Stallings endorses former Crimson Tide player’s run for Tuscaloosa mayor. Martin Houston, senior director of membership growth at Alabama One Credit Union and pastor of Harvest Church in Tuscaloosa, was a Bama running back from 1989-92.

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A man was found shot to death behind an east Alabama church.

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A north Alabama woman is behind bars after authorities say she stole money and credit cards from an elderly woman during a church service.

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"I go to church from 11-12, so they're either gonna have to schedule it at a different time or I'm gonna find out after I get out of church." Nick Saban on how he will find out who Alabama will play in the College Football Playoff 🤣

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On this day in 1963, KKK members bombed a Baptist church in Birmingham, Alabama during Sunday services. The terror attack killed 4 Black girls: Addie Mae Collins, Cynthia Wesley, Carole Robertson and Denise McNair. It took almost 40 years to convict 3 of the suspects.

#BREAKING : The last surviving KKK member convicted in a 1963 Alabama church bombing that killed four black girls has died in prison. (vi @AP  )

Bloomberg went to a church this morning in Alabama and people in attendance turned their backs to him as he spoke.

In 1976, the Attorney General of Alabama, Bill Baxley, replied to an angry white supremacist with the succinct letter seen here. "Dr." Fields was angry because Baxley had reopened an unsolved case from 1963: 4 members of the KKK had bombed a church & killed 4 black girls...

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MLK telegram to JFK after Birmingham, Alabama, school bombing, this week 1963: “I shudder to think what our nation has become when Sunday School children and their teachers are killed in church by racist bombs."

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With , visiting churches in Birmingham this morning. So grateful for the rousing greeting we are receiving at every church. The energy is so uplifting. Alabama votes on Tuesday.

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Four girls killed in 16th Street Baptist Church bombing, Birmingham, Alabama, 55 years ago this week:

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Dear Alabama and I went to the 16th St Baptist Church to remember the 4 little girls who died in the bombing there. Doug Jones prosecuted the KKK members who carried out that bombing. #RightSideofHistory  #GOTV4Doug 

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Bomber in notorious 1963 Alabama church attack that killed four girls is denied parole

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