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Alabama
6:29 pm
Tue December 14, 2004

Temperatures Drop Again

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Alabama
6:28 pm
Tue December 14, 2004

PSC Proposes Expanded Calling Area

Montgomery, AL – The Alabama Public Service Commission is hoping to reduce some of the telephone charges some Alabamians pay. The commission has approved a plan that targets counties where service is divided into several local telephone companies. Sometimes rural residents must make a long distance call even if they're calling someone just a few miles away. The proposal creates expanded local calling areas, and it will cost 22 dollars a month. Participants would be able to talk up to 12 hundred minutes a month under the plan.

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Alabama
6:28 pm
Tue December 14, 2004

First Lady Begins Handing Out Blankets

Montgomery, AL – First Lady Patsy Riley has started handing out blankets to charitable organizations across the state. She says about 11-hundred blankets were collected last month for her first "Blankets with a Blessing" effort. The blankets have a written blessing attached to them. The first ones were given to the Family Sunshine Center in Montgomery. During the next few weeks, blankets will be given to 30 shelters in Birmingham, Huntsville, Mobile, Dothan, Ozark, Florence and Gadsden.

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Alabama
6:27 pm
Tue December 14, 2004

Alabama Marks 185 Years as a State

Montgomery, AL – Tuesday marked the state's 185th anniversary. Alabama became the nation's 22nd state in 1819. Students from Ragland Elementary in Clay County gathered in the state archives building in Montgomery to sing and celebrate. First Lady Patsy Riley says it was a great opportunity for students. Two cakes marked the celebration. One was a large, rectangular cake decorated like the state flag. The other feature red and white colors with flowers.

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Alabama
9:53 am
Tue December 14, 2004

State Electoral Votes Officially Go To Bush

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Alabama
9:50 am
Tue December 14, 2004

AL Congressmen Endorse Andress

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Alabama
9:48 am
Tue December 14, 2004

Davis Out of the Hospital

Birmingham, AL – Congressman Artur Davis is out of the hospital. The Birmingham Democrat spent five days in UAB Hospital after being diagnosed with pneumonia. He was released Sunday. Davis is serving his second term. He was hospitalized last Wednesday after suffering flu-like symptoms for more than a week. Davis' spokesperson Corey Ealons says the Congressman's day-to-day schedule will be closely managed until he is completely recovered.

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Alabama
5:46 pm
Mon December 13, 2004

Temperatures Will Be Cold Overnight

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Alabama
5:45 pm
Mon December 13, 2004

House District 65 Runoff Canceled

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Alabama
5:43 pm
Mon December 13, 2004

Alabama Power Will Discuss Rate Hike

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Alabama
5:43 pm
Mon December 13, 2004

Ship Will Relocate to Indiana

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Alabama
9:05 am
Mon December 13, 2004

Health Officials to Study Gehrig's Disease in Mobile

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Alabama
9:02 am
Mon December 13, 2004

Streetcars Riding Their Way Back to Bham

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Alabama
8:59 am
Mon December 13, 2004

Alabama Power to Get Feedback on Rate Hike

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Alabama
6:22 pm
Fri December 10, 2004

Appeals Court Favors Mobile Register

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