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Due to the fact that Iron Ore, Limestone and coal were all found in the area, Bessemer became a major steal making center through most of the 20th century although not any more. Steel production brought many other industries to the area however the city has been able to diversify through the later part of the 1980's and 1990's. Located just SW of Birmingham it is now considered a suburb of that city. Notable residents include MLB and NFL player Bo Jackson and singer Diana Ross.

Population: 28657
Local Newspapers: The Western Tribune The Western Star and The Birmingham News
Local Sports Teams: Birmingham Barons (Double A baseball) UAB Blazers (college)
Local Colleges: University of Alabama at Bessemer Samford University Andrew Jackson University

Zip Codes associated with bessemer, alabama: 35020 35022 35023 35111 35118 35228
Towns/Cities near bessemer, alabama : Brighton Hueytown McCalla Concord Midfield

Bessemer News
Bessemer Police investigating overnight shooting

Around 12:15 a.m., officers found a man suffering from a gunshot wound on 14th Ave. North. The man was transported to UAB Hospital with non life-threatening injuries.

Jefferson Co. Coroners office seeking help to contact family of man found dead in Bessemer

The is searching for family members of a man would died last month in Bessemer. Because the department has been unsuccessful so far, authorities are now seeking the public's assistance.

Men re-sentenced for 1992 death of two teens found in Shades Creek

Two men who were sentenced in 1993 to spend their lives in prison for the death of two young Oneonta teens were re-sentenced today to the same fate. On Friday, Jefferson County Bessemer Cutoff Circuit Judge David Carpenter re-sentenced Christopher Thrasher and Carvin Stargell to life in prison without the possibility of parole.

Christian teacher 'lured student to hotels for sex'

Former high school student, 21, reveals how married teacher 'lured her to hotels for sex and fondled her under a blanket as classmates watched movies at Christian school' Abigail Weissenbach, 21, has identified herself to publicly accuse her old teacher Joe Brad Petrey of abusing her when she was underage between 2013 and 2015 She claims he used Christianity to lure her and once told her God told him to tell her she was pretty In 2015, hundreds of photos of them together were splashed over social media in a bid by third parties to bring him to justice A former high school student who claims she had a relationship with her married teacher has come forward to publicly shame the man as an adult.

EEOC alleges medical exams and questionnaires violate ADA, GINA

The Americans with Disabilities Act limits an employer's ability to make disability-related inquiries or subject individuals to medical exams. No such inquiries or exams may be made until an offer of employment is made.

Gov. Kay Ivey appoints Judge Jill Ganus to Jefferson County bench

Gov. Kay Ivey has appointed Jill Ganus to the position of Jefferson County District Judge in the Bessemer Cutoff. Ivey made the appointment late Friday, and Ganus was sworn in over the weekend.

Let's Taco 'bout Taco Trucks: A guide to the city's thriving taco truck scene

The weekday crowds come to the Los Primos taco truck on Pinson Valley Parkway in waves, ebbing when a lunch break ends at nearby plants and flowing again when others leave work for their midday meals. A Tarrant fire truck pulls into the lot, and two paramedics get in line.

Human remains found in Hueytown woods now identified

The Jefferson County Coroner's Office on Tuesday said the remains are that of Jerry Wayne "Bodine" Wells. He was 47, and lived in Bessemer.

EEOC Sues Dollar General for Disability And Genetic Information Discrimination

Dolgencorp, LLC, dba Dollar General Stores, Inc., violated federal law when it rescinded job offers to applicants whose post-offer medical examinations revealed they had disabilities, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission charged in a lawsuit filed today. These post-offer medical examinations also unlawfully solicited family medical history from such job applicants, a form of genetic information, the EEOC further charged.

Suspect charged, on the run in Bessemer shooting that killed 1, hurt 2

A 21-year-old man has been charged in a Sunday-night shooting in Bessemer that killed one man and wounded two women. Bessemer police announced one murder charge and two attempted murder charges against Eric Dewaye Burts.

Veteran lawman named Bessemer's new top cop

Mayor Kenneth Gulley on Monday announced Roper as the city's new chief of police. The 27-year law enforcement veteran will be officially sworn in on Wednesday.

Alabama pharmacy tech admits to stealing pain medication from cancer patients

A nurse places a patient's chemotherapy medication on an intravenous stand at a hospital in Philadelphia. Over and over for nearly two months, a patient at New Beacon Hospice in Birmingham, Ala., would push the button on her intravenous pump, hoping for a dose of medication to ease the excruciating pain caused by her liver cancer.

Bessemer PD: Man dead, woman hospitalized in shooting on Berkley Ave.

The Supreme Court begins its new term Monday _ the first full term of the Trump presidency, and topping the agenda is a dispute over a wedding cake for a same-sex couple and a fight over partisan electoral maps. The Supreme Court begins its new term Monday _ the first full term of the Trump presidency, and topping the agenda is a dispute over a wedding cake for a same-sex couple and a fight over partisan electoral maps.

Man killed, woman wounded in Sunday-night Bessemer shooting

Police officials said there are two separate scenes. One is in the 100 block of 24th Street South.

29-year-old Birmingham man killed in overnight shooting

Police learned about the shooting when a friend drove Anderson to UAB West in Bessemer. They arrived there about 9:40 p.m. Anderson was then pronounced dead at 10:27 p.m. Investigators believe he was shot in the 5900 block of Ellington Street in Roosevelt City.

Brighton Mayor Brandon Dean ordered to vacate office, run-off election ordered

Retired Jefferson County Bessemer Cutoff Circuit Judge Eugene Verin issued an order Monday morning, stating "a vacancy exists" as Brighton's mayor, because Dean did not receive the required number of votes to win the 2016 election. Verin ordered a run-off election, but no date has been set.

Bessemer man fatally shot at Fairfield gas station

The Jefferson County Coroner's Office identified the victim as Rodrequis Antwon Green. He was 26, and lived in Bessemer.

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