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* [[October 1]]: Demolition of the [[Ramsay-McCormack Building]] in [[Ensley]] began.
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* [[September 11]]: Retired [[EBSCO]] CEO [[Elton Stephens Jr]] was kidnapped and ransomed for $250,000.
 
* [[June 1]]: The [[Confederate Soldiers & Sailors Memorial]] at [[Linn Park]] was dismantled.
 
* [[June 1]]: The [[Confederate Soldiers & Sailors Memorial]] at [[Linn Park]] was dismantled.
 
* [[March 27]]: [[Southern Christian Leadership Conference]] co-founder [[Joseph Lowery]] died.
 
* [[March 27]]: [[Southern Christian Leadership Conference]] co-founder [[Joseph Lowery]] died.
* [[March 20]]: [[Andy Kennedy]] was hired to succeed [[Rob Ehsan]] as head coach of the [[UAB Blazers#Men's basketball|UAB Blazers men's basketball team]].
 
* [[March 17]]: [[Michael Saag]], director of [[UAB]]'s [[UAB Division of Infectious Diseases|Division of Infectious Diseases]], announced that he had contracted [[2020 Coronavirus pandemic|COVID-19]] during a visit to New York City.
 
* [[March 13]]: A statewide emergency was declared in order to slow the spread of the [[2020 Coronavirus pandemic]].
 
 
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