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Alabama
6:38 pm
Wed January 19, 2005

Ethics Commission Requests More Money

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Alabama
8:06 am
Wed January 19, 2005

Governor Touts Military Bases

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Alabama
8:05 am
Wed January 19, 2005

Young Still Jailed

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Alabama
8:00 am
Wed January 19, 2005

Peanut Growers Meeting on Monday

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Alabama
6:26 pm
Tue January 18, 2005

Expect Low Temperatures Overnight

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Alabama
6:25 pm
Tue January 18, 2005

Riley Will Discuss BRAC Process

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Alabama
6:24 pm
Tue January 18, 2005

Blockbuster Still Wants Hollywood Entertainment

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Alabama
6:23 pm
Tue January 18, 2005

TVA Approves Contract for Coal Plants

Oak Ridge, TN – The Tennessee Valley Authority board approved a ten-year, 200 million dollar maintenance contract for its coal-fired power plants Tuesday. Two of the T-V-A's 13 coal-fired plants are in north Alabama. The Tennessee Valley Authority serves north Alabama and six other southeastern states.

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Alabama
9:21 am
Tue January 18, 2005

Moore Leads Riley in Hypothetical Primary

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Alabama
9:19 am
Tue January 18, 2005

Mobile Hosting Dead Sea Scrolls Exhibit

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Alabama
9:16 am
Tue January 18, 2005

Bham Could Reinstate No Pass, No Play

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Alabama
5:44 pm
Mon January 17, 2005

Overnight Temps Will Be Low

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Alabama
5:43 pm
Mon January 17, 2005

General Fund Budget Outlook is Negative

Montgomery, AL – State legislators will begin the 2005 regular session in a couple of weeks. And, they're already warning of sharp budget cuts for the next fiscal year. Alabama's General Fund budget is expected to spend about one-and-a-half billion dollars this year. But it needs at least another 255 million dollars, and lawmakers say that number could go as high as 300 million. They say the extra money is needed just to keep pace with funding needs of current programs. The 2006 fiscal year begins October First.

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Alabama
5:42 pm
Mon January 17, 2005

Mobile Gets Two New Business Opportunities

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Alabama
5:41 pm
Mon January 17, 2005

North Alabama City Known for Convenience Stores

Decatur, AL – Decatur has a lot of convenience stores. In fact, the 2004 Convenience Store News Industry Report says the city is second in the nation for the number of convenience stores it has per person. According to the new report, the Decatur area has one convenience store for every 959 residents. The number one spot is Bristol, Virginia, which has one for every 891 people. The national average is one convenience store for every 24-hundred-44 people.

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