BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WIAT) – Birmingham has had more than its share of homicides in 2013.
Now, a new downtown project is hoping to inspire people to put their lives into perspective.
The "Before I Die" blackboard went up Saturday on the side of a building on 14th Street South, across the street from the entrance to Regions Field.
TEDxBirmingham is behind the blackboard.
They say they are documenting people's bucket lists and posting them on their Facebook page. Those who wish to share their bucket list can do so through the end of September.
CBS42 asked viewers what was on their bucket list on the CBS42 Facebook page and received many responses.
Melissa Spencer says she wants to get her college degree and write and illustrate a children's book. Spencer also wants to work for Disney as an animator.
Corey Price says after three heart attacks, he's praying to be around long enough to walk each of his daughters down the aisle on their wedding day.
To give your bucket list responses, click here.
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A funeral will be held in the north Alabama town of Arab for country singer and former University of Alabama football player Wayne Mills.
After years of struggling to keep their numbers up, the Anniston Police Department continues to fight crime and provide services.
A Jefferson County sheriff’s deputy was injured in an ATV accident Tuesday. The deputy was off duty at the time of the accident.
CBS42 first told about Carly Chandler last month. The Inverness toddler has a rare genetic disorder and suffers from severe seizures.
Anthony "Alann" Johnson and Arthur Shores Lee will be in a runoff Jan. 28 to decide the Democratic nominee for Alabama House District 53 in Birmingham.
The youth of Alabama are our most important asset, and on Tuesday night, six people who have made great contributions to children in Birmingham were honored.
Authorities in Bibb County are searching for a suspect who fled the scene of a routine traffic stop before crashing his vehicle.
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