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8:55 am
Tue March 22, 2005

Small Earthquake Hits Clarke County

Jackson, AL – A magnitude 3.3 earthquake shook parts of Clarke County early Tuesday morning but apparently caused no damage. The U.S. Geological Survey's National Earthquake Information Center says the epicenter of the minor earthquake was about 25 miles north of Jackson. It hit about 2 a.m. Tuesday. Some people did report being awakened by the quake, and others say their dishes were knocked off of their countertops.

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Alabama
8:53 am
Tue March 22, 2005

UA Law Grad Gets Federal Appointment

Washington, D.C. – An Alabama law school graduate has been appointed special assistant to President Bush and senior director of legislative affairs. Michael Allen most recently was special assistant to the President for legislative affairs. In that post, he managed congressional relations for the White House. Allen previously worked for U.S. Senator Jeff Sessions. He also worked for the Office of Homeland Security and in the Bureau of Legislative Affairs at the State Department.

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Alabama
9:18 am
Mon March 21, 2005

Flu Season Mild in Alabama

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Alabama
9:02 am
Mon March 21, 2005

State Officials Take Stock 6 Mos. After Ivan

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Alabama
9:00 am
Mon March 21, 2005

Huntsville Soprano to Sing at Met

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Alabama
6:45 pm
Fri March 18, 2005

Task Force Will Consider Insurance Industry

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Alabama
6:44 pm
Fri March 18, 2005

Soldier, Identified After 34 Years, Will Be Buried

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Alabama
6:43 pm
Fri March 18, 2005

Shelby County Still Growing

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Alabama
6:42 pm
Fri March 18, 2005

Alabama Judge, Court Reporter Threatened

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APR News Reports
3:52 pm
Fri March 18, 2005

FOI Week -- Friday Report

FOI Week -- Friday Report

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Alabama
9:42 am
Fri March 18, 2005

Centobie Execution Set for April 28

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Alabama
9:40 am
Fri March 18, 2005

Chicken Breast Strips Recalled

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Alabama
9:38 am
Fri March 18, 2005

Plant Explosion Sends Four to Hospital

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APR News Reports
3:53 pm
Thu March 17, 2005

FOI Week -- Thursday Report

FOI Week -- Thursday Report

Tuscaloosa, AL – The public's access to information has been considered one of the cornerstones of American democracy. In part four of his series on Freedom of Information issues in Alabama, Butler Cain reports the federal government is trying to strengthen its access laws, and one of our state senators is supporting the measure.

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Alabama
8:23 am
Thu March 17, 2005

Alabama Man Given Carnegie Medal

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