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Alabama
8:53 am
Thu February 3, 2005

Young Found Guilty of Paying Coach

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Alabama
8:50 am
Thu February 3, 2005

Blockbuster, Movie Gallery Vie for Hollywood

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Alabama
8:49 am
Thu February 3, 2005

Guntersville Mayor to be Determined by Trial

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Alabama
6:29 pm
Wed February 2, 2005

Committee Approves Gay Marriage Ban Proposal

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Alabama
6:27 pm
Wed February 2, 2005

Democrats are Outraged Over GOP Flyer

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Alabama
6:27 pm
Wed February 2, 2005

Ex-HealthSouth CFO Continues Testimony

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Alabama
6:26 pm
Wed February 2, 2005

Ousted Habitat Founder says Chapters are Angry

Undated, Georgia – The founder of Habitat for Humanity says several of the organization's local chapters are outraged and want him reinstated. Millard Fuller was recently fired over a sexual harassment allegation. Habitat for Humanity says it fired Fuller and his wife after months of conflict and a lack of cooperation from Fuller. He was accused of "inappropriate conduct" toward a female staffer. The board says it found insufficient evidence to substantiate the claims, and Fuller has denied any wrongdoing.

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Alabama
8:51 am
Wed February 2, 2005

Parties Vying for Same-Sex Marriage Ban

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Alabama
8:46 am
Wed February 2, 2005

Jury Begins Deliberations in Young Trial

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Alabama
8:42 am
Wed February 2, 2005

Alabama Union Membership on Rise

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Alabama
6:26 pm
Tue February 1, 2005

Legislature Begins New Session

Montgomery, AL – The Alabama Legislature began its 2005 regular session Tuesday. House Speaker Seth Hammett gaveled the House into session at noon. Lieutenant Governor Lucy Baxley called the Senate to order at the same time. The Legislature will be in session for the next three and a half months. A major hurdle will be finding money to fill an anticipated hole of up to 300 million dollars in the General Fund budget. The General Fund provides money for most non-education services, such as prisons, state troopers and Medicaid.

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Alabama
6:25 pm
Tue February 1, 2005

State House Gains Two Republicans

Montgomery, AL – There are two new members of the state House for this year's legislative session. Representative Jack Williams of Birmingham and Representative Nick Williams of McIntosh were sworn in by House Speaker Seth Hammett. Both are Republicans. Jack Williams is a former tax collector for Jefferson County. He will fill the seat vacated by the death of Representative Jack Hawkins. Nick Williams is an information technology specialist from Mobile County. He is filling the seat vacated by the death of Representative Jeff Dolbare.

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Alabama
6:24 pm
Tue February 1, 2005

Former CFO Testifies Scrushy Knew of Fraud

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Alabama
6:23 pm
Tue February 1, 2005

Rudolph Team Wants Some Evidence Tossed Out

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Alabama
9:11 am
Tue February 1, 2005

Habitat Founder, Alabama Native Fired

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