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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
Hueytown Police Chief Chuck Hagler retiring

Hagler began his law enforcement career at the Bessemer Police Department in 1990. He transferred to the Hueytown Police Department in 1991, and served the rest of his career there.

Jefferson County to distribute $69 million to school systems

The money is left over from the county's refinance - at a lower interest rate - on the money borrowed to build $1.1 billion in new schools more than a decade ago, Jefferson County Commission President Jimmie Stephens said. By early 2017, the county had paid down the debt to roughly $500 million.

Case sent to grand jury for man charged with capital murder in gas station shooting

Samuele Marquis Walker, 25, is charged with capital murder in the August shooting of Quintrius Lee Jackson. Jefferson County Bessemer Cutoff Circuit Judge Reginald Jeter bound the case over to a grand jury Thursday morning after the 10 a.m. hearing.

Bessemer teen charged with 12 crimes from rape to animal cruelty during brutal attack on...

Treveon Weaver is charged with 11 felonies and one misdemeanor in a brutal attack on a couple in Bessemer. He is being held on bonds totaling more than a half million.

Man charged with attempted murder of Pelham police officers

Police pulled over 38-year-old John Arden Mason on Valleydale Road for inoperable tail lights. Police say after they stopped Mason, they learned he was wanted on domestic violence charges in Bessemer.

Shots fired at Pelham police during chase; 46-year-old suspect jailed

A 46-year-old McCalla man fired on Pelham police officers late Monday night when they tried to take him into custody following a traffic stop. No one was reported injured, and the suspect is now behind bars.

Pregnant heroin user jailed after months on the run

Jessica Lynn Lindsey, 28, was booked into the Jefferson County Jail at 8:13 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2017 and is being held without bond.

Heroin addict mom pleads guilty to endangering her 2 babies; prison sentences suspended

A young Pleasant Grove mother and heroin addict who has been at the center of debate over the care and punishment of pregnant addicts pleaded guilty Wednesday to two separate charges of endangering the welfare of her two babies. Alexandra Laird, 22, entered the guilty pleas before Circuit Court Judge David Carpenter - the presiding criminal judge in the Bessemer Cutoff - on Wednesday.

Princess's Ride: Yorkie stolen in Tennessee burglary found 6 weeks later by Hueytown dog...

Princess, a 4-pound Yorkie, was stolen in July during a break-in at a Tennessee home. After a Facebook blitz begging for help finding her, Princess was recognized Tuesday, Sept.

Bessemer man charged with attempted murder in shooting that injured 2 people

Bessemer police charged a man with two counts of attempted murder after a shooting involving a woman and her son. When officers got to the scene they found a woman and her adult son suffering from multiple gunshot wounds.

Bessemer PD: 2 shot on Alabama Ave.

Implemented in 2012, DACA gives about 800,000 people who arrived in the country undocumented, brought here by their parents, the ability to work legally in the US,, as well as other rights, such as attending college. Implemented in 2012, DACA gives about 800,000 people who arrived in the country undocumented, brought here by their parents, the ability to work legally in the US,, as well as other rights, such as attending college.

Big boys in New York and Washington talking about us

David Sher is Co-Founder of AmSher Compassionate Collections and past Chairman of Birmingham Regional Chamber of Commerce, ONB, and CAP. We've weathered international public images of fire hoses and police dogs; scenes of urban decay; and the world watching Jefferson County suffer through one of the biggest municipal bankruptcies in history.

School bus thief identified

The man who led authorities on a chase today in a school bus he allegedly stole early this morning in Blount County has been identified. Brandon Peckinpaugh, 24, a man believed to reside in Kentucky, was taken into custody after his capture this morning.

Public condemns Alabama school board member's remarks on special education

Alabama Disability Advocacy Program Associate Director Nancy Anderson listens to concerns of disability advocates at public meeting in Hoover library on Aug. 25, 2017. Alabama Disability Advocacy Program Associate Director Nancy Anderson listens to concerns of disability advocates at public meeting in Hoover library on Aug. 25, 2017.

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