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Alabama
6:18 pm
Thu November 18, 2004

Judge Keeps Pay Cut at U.S. Airways

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Alabama
9:42 am
Thu November 18, 2004

Baby Douglas Law Goes Into Effect

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Alabama
9:40 am
Thu November 18, 2004

Senate Democrats Want Redding Pitt Out

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Alabama
9:29 am
Thu November 18, 2004

A&M Trustees Disagree on Vote

Huntsville, AL – A leader on Alabama A&M University's board of trustees says a secret vote on whether to ask for President John Gibson's resignation was not deadlocked at five-to-five. That's why the board attorney and secretary had reported. But board president protem Clinton Johnson says it was five-to-four in favor of asking Gibson to quit. Gibson has refused to resign and now faces a board meeting on December 10.

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Alabama
8:21 pm
Wed November 17, 2004

Local Election Dispute Continues

Greensboro, AL – An election dispute continues in Greensboro as a judge considers what to do about a box of absentee ballots. Vanessa Hill lost the local mayor's race to Johnnie Washington, but Hill wants the results overturned. She says illegal votes helped Washington win. Washington defeated Hill by 90 votes in a September 14th runoff. That includes 251 absentee votes for Washington and 51 for Hill. Hill's attorney wants to inspect the absentee ballots for any evidence of tampering.

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Alabama
8:21 pm
Wed November 17, 2004

South Alabama Plant Will Close

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Alabama
8:20 pm
Wed November 17, 2004

Property Audits Improve

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Alabama
8:58 am
Wed November 17, 2004

Candidate Withdraws for Ala. GOP Party Chair

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Alabama
8:55 am
Wed November 17, 2004

UWA Could Be Off Probation Next Month

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Alabama
8:53 am
Wed November 17, 2004

UAH Catalyst, Attorney Dies

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Alabama
6:18 pm
Tue November 16, 2004

Special Session Ends

Montgomery, AL – Governor Bob Riley is calling the end of the special session a great victory for Alabama taxpayers. The session concluded early Tuesday when the legislature approved a package of bills to address health insurance costs for state employees. Riley says the reform package will save the state more than 300 million dollars during the next five years. The governor is expected to sign the bills at 10:30 Wednesday morning in the Old Archives Room of the State Capitol.

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Alabama
6:17 pm
Tue November 16, 2004

Alabama Soldiers Involved in Investigation

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Alabama
6:16 pm
Tue November 16, 2004

Gas Prices Continue to Drop

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Alabama
6:14 pm
Tue November 16, 2004

Rice Nominated as Secretary of State

Washington, DC – Dr. Condoleeza Rice may be switching roles for President Bush's next term. The Alabama native was nominated Tuesday as Secretary of State. Bobby Puppione reports.

"Mr. President, it is an honor to be asked to serve your administration and my country once again."

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Alabama
9:00 am
Tue November 16, 2004

80-Year-Old Clock Returns to Collinsville

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