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Alabama
9:29 am
Wed December 22, 2004

Commission Seeks More Need-Based Funds

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Alabama
9:29 am
Wed December 22, 2004

Bill Would Change Amendment Votes

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Alabama
9:28 am
Wed December 22, 2004

Auburn's Tuberville Gets Contract Boost

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6:27 pm
Tue December 21, 2004

Coming Soon

Tuscaloosa, AL – This series will be placed on Alabama Public Radio's website soon.

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Alabama
6:22 pm
Tue December 21, 2004

Shelby, Spann Oppose Lindh's Release

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Alabama
6:21 pm
Tue December 21, 2004

Alabama Continues Trading With Cuba

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Alabama
6:19 pm
Tue December 21, 2004

World Cup Soccer Comes to Birmingham

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Alabama
6:18 pm
Tue December 21, 2004

Gas Prices are Going Down

Birmingham, AL – Gasoline prices are going to be cheaper for the Christmas holiday than they were for Thanksgiving. And, the prices are still dropping. Triple-A Alabama's daily survey shows regular unleaded gasoline is about a dollar-78 per gallon. Mid-grades are a dollar-91, and premium fuels are now a dollar-96. Triple-A also says prices are down almost ten-cents from early December and nearly 20-cents from about two months ago. Birmingham has the lowest metro prices at a dollar-76, and Huntsville has the highest at a dollar-82.

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Alabama
9:50 am
Tue December 21, 2004

Shelby Argues Against Commuted Sentence

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Alabama
9:48 am
Tue December 21, 2004

National Guard Member Receives Delayed Degree

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Alabama
9:45 am
Tue December 21, 2004

Florence Schools to 'Hire Out' Substitutes

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Alabama
6:15 pm
Mon December 20, 2004

Tariffs Will Remain on Imported Shrimp

Washington, DC – The federal government will maintain penalty tariffs on shrimp imports from Brazil, Ecuador, India and Thailand. The Commerce Department is supporting an earlier ruling that the four countries sold shrimp in the U-S at unfairly low prices. That's known as dumping. U-S shrimp producers are please with the ruling. They have maintained that the cheaper imports are destroying the domestic shrimp industry. But importers are criticizing the decision, saying the penalty tariffs will drive up food costs.

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Alabama
6:14 pm
Mon December 20, 2004

AEA Will Request Teacher Pay Raise

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Alabama
6:13 pm
Mon December 20, 2004

Import Tariffs Will Remain on Imported Shrimp

Washington, DC – The federal government will maintain penalty tariffs on shrimp imports from Brazil, Ecuador, India and Thailand. The Commerce Department is supporting an earlier ruling that the four countries sold shrimp in the U-S at unfairly low prices. That's known as dumping. U-S shrimp producers are please with the ruling. They have maintained that the cheaper imports are destroying the domestic shrimp industry. But importers are criticizing the decision, saying the penalty tariffs will drive up food costs.

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Alabama
6:12 pm
Mon December 20, 2004

Historic Home Will Be Torn Down

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