Cutting-Edge Forensic Research At ASU Could Help Solve Murders

Cutting-Edge Forensic Research At ASU Could Help Solve Murders

Believe it or not, in a healthy human body, microbial cells outnumber human cells by about ten to one. Scientists, doctors, and health-conscious people are learning more and more about our "personal ecosystems." But what happens to this individualized community of life after we die? Some Alabama State University forensics researchers are looking at patterns, which could -- among other things -- help investigators solve murder cases. WBHM's education reporter Dan Carsen has more:

Cindy Crawford: Magic City Marketplace

Cindy Crawford: Magic City Marketplace

Two of Birmingham's largest hospitals are without permanent leadership at the moment following the resignation of St. Vincent's Health System' CEO last week. St. Vincent's joins Brookwood Medical Center which is also looking for a new leader. We hear more in this week's Magic City Marketplace.

Javacia Harris Bowser: Life Lessons From A Younger Generation

Javacia Harris Bowser: Life Lessons From A Younger Generation

It's not uncommon to seek words of wisdom and advice from those who older and more experienced. But what about turning to a younger generation for new ideas and inspiration? Our guest blogger Javacica Harris Bowser believes that just because someone is younger than you, doesn't mean you shouldn't seek out their ideas and opinions.

John Archibald: How not to be a Leader

John Archibald: How not to be a Leader

If you're on the social network Twitter, it's easy to drown in message after message that pours from the service. But sometimes a tweet will float to the top and linger. That's what happened to Alabama Media Group columnist John Archibald.

WBHM Presents Magic City Writers Read

WBHM Presents Magic City Writers Read

Public Radio WBHM 90.3 FM presents Magic City Writers Read, a reading and book-signing event featuring author Carla Jean Whitley, Oct. 9, 2014 at UAB's Alys Stephens Performing Arts Center.

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