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Hoover police say 22-year-old Montez Moses Miracle Coleman got into an argument with a group of five other males and pulled a gun, starting a brief shootout. Read more

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Scores of police officers, sheriff's deputies and Alabama State Troopers descended on the mall, shut it down and were investigating. Read more

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The Hoover officer posted a photo of an armed protester in Atlanta as if he were in the crosshairs of a rifle scope. Read more

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Face coverings will be required in Jefferson County in most public indoor settings and some outdoor settings, starting at 5 p.m., Monday, June 29. Read more

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The Hoover Sun took 14 first-place awards, nine second-place awards and four third-place awards in the 2020 Alabama Press Association's Media Awards. Read more

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The Birmingham First Seventh-day Adventist Church and Birmingham Islamic Society have been providing food to people in light of the COVID-19 outbreak and economic hardships being experienced by individuals and families. Read more

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People will be able to attend a host of panel discussions and talks online through the Google Meet video-communication service, which is free and requires no account, login or username, Griffin said. Read more

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However, Jefferson County only waives half of its sales and use taxes. The 1 percent sales tax allocated for education in Jefferson County will be still collected. Read more

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The city of Hoover has rescheduled the Household Hazardous Waste Day that originally was supposed to be May 2 for Aug. 1. The location also has changed from original plans and will be held in the parking lot at Hoover Metropolitan Stadium again. Read more

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Protests happened in other cities around Birmingham, but the ones in Hoover stood out because Hoover police made more arrests. Read more

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Hoover Rally Justice for George Floyd

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"Defend the police, not defund them," Ross Bridge resident Wade Morgan said. "Public safety should not and cannot be compromised." Read more

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Explore Playground 5-1-19 (8)

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City officials still are encouraging people to sanitize their hands upon entering playground areas and to maintain at least 6 feet from people of other households. Read more

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Protesters expressed frustration at not being allowed to speak at a special Hoover City Council meeting Thursday night. Read more

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Hoover Rally Justice for George Floyd

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After two hours of speeches, most protesters left, but 100 or so faced off with Hoover police on the street. A separate group tried a friendly social with police, but police were preoccupied with protesters. Read more

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Devon Earl

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A 25-year-old black Hoover man hopes to have a friendly fellowship with police this weekend. Read more

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Rally for George Floyd Mountain Brook

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The rally, set for 1:30 p.m., is designed to show solidarity and protest the May 25 death of George Floyd in MInneapolis. Read more

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