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Alabama
11:27 am
Wed September 22, 2004

Most Drinking Water Systems Operating Normally After Ivan

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Alabama
9:54 am
Wed September 22, 2004

Judge, Sheriff Investigating Municipal Run-Off Election

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Alabama
3:08 pm
Tue September 21, 2004

Schools Must Make Up Missed Ivan Days

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Alabama
1:02 pm
Tue September 21, 2004

Riley Asks for Federal Agriculture Disaster Declaration

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Alabama
12:26 pm
Tue September 21, 2004

17 Southwest Counties Still Under Fire Alert

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Alabama
2:12 pm
Mon September 20, 2004

State Parole Board to Reconsider Case

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Alabama
2:05 pm
Mon September 20, 2004

Miss Alabama Wins Miss America Crown

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Alabama
12:58 pm
Mon September 20, 2004

One Curfew Left in Mobile County

Mobile, AL – The dusk-to-dawn curfew has been lifted in Mobile County except for Dauphin Island. Steve Huffman, a spokesperson for the Mobile County Emergency Management Agency, says that area still has a 10 p-m to 5 a-m curfew. Curfews also remain in effect in neighboring Baldwin County. Gulf Shores and Spanish Fort are maintaining a 7 p-m to 7 a-m curfew. And there's a dusk-to-dawn curfew in Bay Minette, Orange Beach, Summerdale and in the unincorporated areas of the county.

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Alabama
12:33 pm
Mon September 20, 2004

Southwest Alabama Under a Fire Alert

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Alabama
11:33 am
Mon September 20, 2004

Ivan Recovery Continues...Power Coming Back to Thousands

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Alabama
11:28 am
Mon September 20, 2004

Riley Says Cleanup Will Be Expensive

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9:12 am
Mon September 20, 2004

SBA Available to Assist Hurricane Victims

The US Small Business Administration can be of assistance to those affected by the recent hurricanes.

If you have had damage to your primary residence, personal property, business or non-profit, the SBA may be able to help with low interest loans.

You do not need to be a small business owner to apply.

To begin the application process, 800-621-FEMA.

For more information, visit SBA.gov

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Alabama
4:38 pm
Fri September 17, 2004

Safety Officials Warn About Carbon Monoxide

Montgomery, AL – Safety officials are warning of a new danger associated with the aftermath of Hurricane Ivan -- carbon monoxide poisoning. Three women died in an east Montgomery residence. Police believe they died from carbon monoxide poisoning from a portable generator. Mayor Bobby Bright says the women were using a generator inside during a power outage. The U-S Consumer Products Safety Commission suggests residents should not use portable generators indoors or in any enclosed area.

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Alabama
3:26 pm
Fri September 17, 2004

Damage Estimates Are Underway for Ivan Aftermath

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Alabama
3:09 pm
Fri September 17, 2004

Residents Asked to Stay Away from Coast

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