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CORRECTED: Authorities investigating 2 robberies in Warrior, Bessemer; More a 5 a.m.

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Authorities are investigating two robberies—one in Bessemer and the other in Warrior. A male suspect robbed the Milo’s on Academy Drive in Bessemer around noon and fled in a gray Nissan car. Another suspected robbed a Huddle House in Warrior at 6 a.m. Sunday. Clare Huddleston has more live at 5 a.m.

Family and friends gathered to remember 28-year-old Corey Walker, who was shot and killed last week in southwest Birmingham.  He was found shot inside of a car on 16th Way Southwest.

Birmingham should get ready to “feel the Bern.” Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders will be speaking at Boutwell Auditorium today at a free rally at 6 p.m. This comes a day after he faced off with other candidates during last night’s debate.

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