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Afternoon news headlines

Good afternoon from the desk of Janet Hall. Here are the stories we're working on for FOX6 News this evening.

Weather watch

The FOX6 StormWarn Team is on alert as more icy weather moves through Alabama. We'll have the latest forecasts and look at what you can expect later this week.

Springville vandals

A group of vandals went on a crime spree in Springville this weekend causing major property damage, slashing tires and bashing mailboxes. We'll have the latest on the investigation tonight at 5.

Emergency notification system

A new emergency notification system will soon be available in Jefferson County and it will allow you to find out crucial information concerning weather, hazardous conditions and even community events for your neighborhood. We'll show you how it works tonight!

Those stories and more beginning at 5 on FOX6 News! I hope you'll join us on air, online at MyFoxAl.com or through the WBRC News app.

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  • City inviting minority and women-owned businesses to apply to work on BJCC projects

    City inviting minority and women-owned businesses to apply to work on BJCC projects

    Tuesday, April 24 2018 11:58 PM EDT2018-04-25 03:58:51 GMT
    (Source: Facebook)(Source: Facebook)
    (Source: Facebook)(Source: Facebook)

    If Birmingham is going to build a new downtown stadium, will businesses owned by minorities and women get a chance to compete for that work?

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    If Birmingham is going to build a new downtown stadium, will businesses owned by minorities and women get a chance to compete for that work?

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  • Scrap metal business suing city of Birmingham over business license

    Scrap metal business suing city of Birmingham over business license

    Tuesday, April 24 2018 11:52 PM EDT2018-04-25 03:52:39 GMT
    (Source: Joshua Gauntt/WBRC)(Source: Joshua Gauntt/WBRC)
    (Source: Joshua Gauntt/WBRC)(Source: Joshua Gauntt/WBRC)

     A scrap metal business is taking the city of Birmingham to court after the city rejected the company's license application. 

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    A scrap metal business is taking the city of Birmingham to court after the city rejected the company's license application.  

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  • Mayor's office releases initial data on "Operation Step Up"

    Mayor's office releases initial data on "Operation Step Up"

    Tuesday, April 24 2018 11:45 PM EDT2018-04-25 03:45:03 GMT
    (Source: Alan Collins/WBRC)(Source: Alan Collins/WBRC)
    (Source: Alan Collins/WBRC)(Source: Alan Collins/WBRC)

    Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin made crime fighting a top priority in the city.

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    Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin made crime fighting a top priority in the city.

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