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New York City is the most densely populated city in the entire nation. It has become a leading city with powerful influence worldwide regarding commerce, finance, media, culture, art, fashion, research, education, and entertainment. In the 1940s New York was the center of jazz, in the 1950s it was the heart of abstract expressionism, in the 1970s it was the birthplace for hip hop, and in the 1970s and 1980s it was an influential scene for punk and hardcore.

Population: 8008278
Local Newspapers: New York Daily News, New York Post, New York Sun, New York Times Courier
Local Sports Teams: New York Giants (NFL), New York Islanders (NHL), New York Jets (NFL), New York Knicks (NBA), New York Liberty (WNBA), New York Mets (MLB), New York Rangers (NHL)
Local Colleges: State UniversityBarnard College, Columbia University, Cooper Union, Fordham University, Macaulay Honors College, New York University, New School, Yeshiva University

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Birmingham News
Saturn, other local venues bring more artists to Birmingham

What puts the magic in a music city? Is it the bands, the fans or ticket demands? The height of global acclaim or the degree of avantgarde? The setting of every show is the stage. Whether it's a house or a hall, a bar or a barn, it's an act.

Police: neighbor's pit bull mauls 9-year-old in Tuscaloosa, victim airlifted to Birmingham hospital

A 9-year-old is in critical condition at Children's of Alabama Hospital in Birmingham after being mauled by a neighbor's pet pit bull, police in Tuscaloosa said early Wednesday evening. Captain Gary Hood, the commander of the Tuscaloosa County Metro Homicide Unit, said police were called to Garden Hill Drive in Tuscaloosa just before 4 o'clock Tuesday to investigate reports of an animal attack.

Man pleads to reduced charge in 2012 slaying after main witness killed

Jaymee Smith faced the possibility of life without parole if convicted at his trial set for May on charges he shot Jarvis Dudley twice in 2012 - the second time killing Dudley . But now the 21-year-old west Birmingham man, who was indicted for capital murder, is expected to be released from jail in about seven months after he pleaded guilty last week to a reduced charge in Dudley's death.

Forecast: More storms possible in Birmingham through the night

There could be some scattered showers and storms across the Birmingham area through Tuesday night, some possibly severe with hail, according to the National Weather Service . Tuesday night: Showers and thunderstorms likely, mainly before 1 a.m. Some storms could be severe, with large hail.

Where the old things are: 'Antiques Roadshow' in Birmingham

If you like giant pants, and who doesn't, "Antiques Roadshow" has a leg up on the competition. Monday, the first installment of the reality show's June 21 trip to Birmingham aired nationwide.

Four Questioned in Deputy Shooting

Authorities have questioned four people in connection with the shooting of an off-duty Jefferson County sheriff's deputy. The sheriff's office said Birmingham police located three teenagers and a 12 year old at a home nearby.

Alabama governor appoints Birmingham attorney to fill vacant judgeship

Birmingham attorney Bentley H. Patrick has been appointed by Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley to fill a vacant circuit court judgeship in Jefferson County. "Governor Bentley believes he is well qualified for the position, and he brings a wealth of knowledge and experience in civil law to the position," Jennifer Ardis, Communications Director Office of Governor Robert Bentley, stated in an email to AL.com.

Feds: We want multimillion-dollar Birmingham building back

The US Attorney's office is seeking the forfeiture of Medical Plaza, a major component of Birmingham Health Care's system of clinics to care for the poor. The building is among a number of properties and bank accounts the government is seeking from former CEO Jonathan Dunning through forfeiture as part of a $14 million fraud case, according to recent filings in the case.

HomeUnion expands services to Birmingham

HomeUnion announced this week it has added Birmingham to its list of active investment markets, according to a release from the company. The firm, which specializes in investments in single-family rental properties nationwide, has hired James Thornton to manage the Birmingham market.

Birmingham toddler struck, killed by car was 'joyful, playful, loving and smart' family...

Malik Carpenter, 3, was killed March 30, 2015 in a hit-and-run in southwest Birmingham. A 3-year-old boy killed after he was hit by a car near his home Monday night is being remembered today as a little boy who captured the hearts of many.

Birmingham Navy corpsman on crew that rescued Filipino fishermen stranded at sea for 3...

A Navy corpsman from Birmingham was among a group of U.S. sailors who rescued and offered medical treatment to five Filipino nationals who were adrift at sea for three days without food. The fishermen were at sea when their boat's motor stalled out and they were taken out by the current, according to a news release.

UAB campus just got more colorful as massive artwork returns home

One of Birmingham's largest pieces of art has returned to its place in the sun following a nearly year long rejuvenation in Florida. "Complex Vision," a massive multicolor artwork by artist Yaacov Agam was re installed on the exterior of UAB's Callahan Eye Hospital where it had been displayed for 38 years.

Deadly heroin spreads: 'What gave you a slight high the last time, might kill you the next...

Law enforcement, public health officials and others say they can't remember a drug as deadly as the heroin that has more than doubled overdose deaths in the Birmingham metro area between 2013 and 2014. "We are involved in heroin because so many people are dying" U.S. Attorney Joyce Vance said.

Birmingham police investigate fatal wreck on Center Point Parkway

Police are investigating a fatal wreck that happened Monday night on Center Point Parkway near 13th Avenue Northeast. Birmingham Police Lt.

Child hit, killed by car in southwest Birmingham

Birmingham police are investigating after a young boy was hit and killed by a vehicle along Northland Avenue in southwest Birmingham Monday night, March 30, 2015. The child was taken to Children's of Alabama hospital, Birmingham police Sgt.

Alabama mom issues public apology on Facebook for her kids' behavior at movies

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. - A moviegoer in Alabama got a personal apology from the mom of two teenage girls who were disruptive during a showing of "Cinderella."

UAB still seeking riders, volunteers for May 3 cancer fundraiser Cycliad

The University of Alabama at Birmingham is still seeking cyclists of all skill levels and other volunteers to participate in Cycliad , a bicycle fundraiser coming to the Magic City on Sun., May 3, that will raise money to support the patient programs of the UAB Health System Cancer Community Network . The Birmingham event is to take place at Railroad Park and will feature a Kids Fun Ride, 10-mile ride and 62-mile metric century, according to a UAB news release.

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