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Located some 60 miles NE of Birmingham on the banks of the Coosa River, the city initially was a busy river boat port. Heavy industry dominated the town in the middle part of the 20th century including heavyweights Goodyear and Republic Steel. The city has seen a revival since its low point in the 1980's and has since been recognized, receiving the City Livability Award.

Population: 37291
Local Newspapers: Gadsden Times
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Local Colleges: Gadsden State Community College

Zip Codes associated with gadsden, alabama: 35901 35903 35904 35905 35906 35907
Towns/Cities near gadsden, alabama : Reece City Ridgeville Attalla Rainbow City Southside Hokes Bluff Steele

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Man's body found in truck pulled from Alabama river

Authorities say a man's body has been recovered from the truck that drove off a bridge and plunged into a river in Alabama. Gadsden Police Sgt.

Body found in truck pulled from Coosa River in Gadsden

Divers located the truck earlier on Monday at the bottom of the Coosa River. The vehicle was found 22 feet underwater.

Vehicle plunges off Meighan Bridge into Coosa River in Gadsden; recovery operation in progress

Just after 2 p.m. today the Etowah County Sheriff's Office received a 991 call reporting a vehicle had gone off the Meighan Bridge in Gadsden reported WVTM13 . The Gadsden Fire Department is saying search crews have discovered the area of the vehicle is located in the Coosa River and is calling the search a recovery operation.

More sex abuse charges filed against Alabama evangelist

Etowah County sheriff's officials said Thursday they've filed new sodomy and sexual abuse counts against 37-year-old Paul Edmond Acton Bowen of Southside. Bowen was first arrested a month ago, and he now faces multiple charges in Etowah and Jefferson counties.

The six lives of Flight 861: Diaspora of grief

Three people died on June 8, 1992, when GP Express Flight 861 slammed into the mountain high above Camp Lee near Fort McClellan's southern border. Inset is part of the National Transportation Safety Board report that notes the final cockpit communications before the crash.

Calhoun County school board names new Alexandria High football coach, ...

The Calhoun County Board of Education on Thursday voted to name Todd Ginn, son of former coach Larry Ginn, Alexandria's next football coach before Superintendent Joe Dyar announced his own retirement. "For those who don't know what we just did, we named Todd Ginn as the next Valley Cub coach," board President Mike Almaroad said after the vote.

Decatur police: Gadsden teen charged with stealing vehicle from rental company

Enterprise Rent-A-Car at 2117 Sixth Ave. S.E. in Decatur reported Thursday that it had been told by the Cullman County Sheriff's Department that one of its vehicles was involved in a wreck with a mobile home, Decatur police said. The vehicle had been stolen from Enterprise's lot, police said.

Immigration detention prolonged in Alabama's 'black hole'

In this undated photo provided by Shelly Covington, Olusegun Olatunji, a Nigerian native, and his son, Micah, pose for a photo at a Denny's restaurant in Bloomington, Ind., in November 2007. Olatunji overstayed a work visa 30 years ago.

Immigration detention prolonged in Alabama's 'black hole'

Four years after Nigerian native Olusegun Olatunji was convicted of trafficking counterfeit hats, he is still in immigration detention appealing his deportation because he overstayed a visa 30 years ago. Olatunji is detained in Etowah County Detention Center in Gadsden, Alabama - described by immigration advocates and attorneys as a black hole.

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Brose Auto Group, which was founded 41 years ago and has spent the past 37 years in Corinth, is getting out of the car business. Grant Brose, the president of Brose Auto Group Inc., said in an email Thursday that the family owned dealership will be exiting the business effective Tuesday, May 18. The new owner will be Craig Denney of Gadsden, Alabama.

Experts: Moore's chances in defamation suit are slim

Former Senate candidate Roy Moore is hitting back at the women who accused him of sexual misconduct with a defamation lawsuit, but media law experts say it'll be a tough case for him to win. "I think it will be very difficult for him to be successful, given that he's a public figure," said Brannon Denning, a professor at Samford University's Cumberland School of Law.

Social, bureaucratic issues need decisions

Alabama voters will get to weigh in on abortion and the Ten Commandments when they go to the polls in November, but the really tough - and sometimes confusing - choices will likely be down the ballot. In Calhoun County, voters in November will get to decide on new rules that would ban bingo halls in residential areas.

Roy Moore sues women who accused him of sexual misconduct during his Senate campaign

Failed Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore filed a lawsuit in Alabama Monday against several women who publicly accused the former judge of past sexual misconduct during his 2017 campaign. Moore lost the special election last December to Democrat Doug Jones in GOP-friendly Alabama largely because of accusation leveled at Moore from multiple women who alleged Moore pursued sexual or romantic relationships with them when they were teenagers and he was a prosecutor in his 30s.

Seaborn gets it done on Neely Henry

Seaborn took home a check for $5000.00 for his win. "It was pretty much a grind day, every day of practice I had to adjust and today was no different than that.

Jacksonville, Oxford community choirs combine for May concert

This advice comes from reliable sources: With regard to our spiritual lives, the Bible's pages call us to worship with voices, harp and flute. Nearly 2,500 years ago, Plato and Aristotle emphasized that praise and thanksgiving provide a healing power.

The leader of Armenia's surging protests meets the president

Armenia's ruling party says it will not put forward a candidate of its own for prime minister, aiming ... . Protesters react while listening to their leader Nikol Pashinian in the town of Vanadzor, Armenia, Saturday, April 28, 2018.

Gadsden businessman changes life after incarceration

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Documentary chronicles New York Times' year covering Trump

Humes, whose son died from a heroin overdose in 2012, has been pushing for an opioid tax in Delaware, whi... Lawmakers in more than a dozen states have proposed taxing prescription painkillers as a way to hold drugmakers accountable for the nation's opioid addiction and overdose crisis. Lawmakers in more than a dozen states have proposed taxing prescription painkillers as a way to hold drugmakers accountable for the nation's opioid addiction and overdose crisis.

Land deal will preserve site linked to Lost Colony mystery

In this 2017 photo provided by Nicholas Luccketti with the First Colony Foundation, archaeologist Anthony W. Smith records information on a grid square that he excavated at Site X, in Bertie County, N.C. . In this 2015 photo provided by Nicholas Luccketti with the First Colony Foundation, archaeologists excavate a site known as Site X, in Bertie County, N.C. .

Australia's Peter Norman honored for 1968 Olympic protest

Arizona and Colorado teachers plan to don red shirts and descend upon their respective Capitols for a second day in a growing educator uprising. Arizona and Colorado teachers plan to don red shirts and descend upon their respective Capitols for a second day in a growing educator uprising.

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