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9:17 am
Mon April 5, 2004

Lawmakers Expect Special Session

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Alabama
11:49 am
Fri April 2, 2004

Mail Bomb Sent To Attalla Mayor

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Alabama
11:45 am
Fri April 2, 2004

New Name For Alabama Judicial Building

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Alabama
11:00 am
Fri April 2, 2004

Former Congressional Candidate Fined

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Alabama
2:22 pm
Thu April 1, 2004

New Sites Chosen For Selma To Montgomery Historic Trail

Montgomery. AL – Officials with the Selma to Montgomery National Historic Trail have chosen three sites that will serve as education centers.
A five million dollar interpretive station will be established next to Tent City in Lowndes County's White Hall community. Two other stations will be set up at the old People's Bank building in Selma and the City of Saint Jude in west Montgomery.
The Trail will eventually retrace the path between Selma and Montgomery that voting rights marchers took in 1965.

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Alabama
1:47 pm
Thu April 1, 2004

Former State Senator Accused of Ethics Violations

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Alabama
11:10 am
Thu April 1, 2004

Governor Wins Some, Loses Some

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Alabama
2:16 pm
Wed March 31, 2004

Free Gun Locks Available

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Alabama
1:33 pm
Wed March 31, 2004

AIDS Cases Increase in Alabama

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Alabama
11:41 am
Wed March 31, 2004

State Senate Passes Ten Commandments Bill

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Alabama
2:55 pm
Tue March 30, 2004

Rainfall Squelches Wildfires

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Alabama
2:20 pm
Tue March 30, 2004

More Alabama Guard Units To Return

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Alabama
11:14 am
Tue March 30, 2004

Governor Says Legislature Ignoring Calls For Reform

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Alabama
3:31 pm
Mon March 29, 2004

Riley Names New Cabinet Members

Montgomery, AL – Kenneth Wallis, an aide to former Governor
George Wallace, has been named legal adviser to Governor Bob Riley.

Riley named Wallis as Troy King's replacement Monday. King stepped down earlier this month as legal adviser after
Riley appointed him attorney general.

The 62-year-old Wallis has been serving in the Riley administration as the director of legislative affairs.

Former Boeing Company executive, 49-year-old Robin Stone, will replace Wallis as legislative affairs director.

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Alabama
11:25 am
Mon March 29, 2004

Exxon Mobil Verdict Reduced

Montgomery, AL – A Montgomery judge has cut the record 11-point-9 (b) billion dollar verdict against Exxon Mobil to 3-point-6 billion dollars.

The state government won the verdict in
a natural gas royalty dispute with the oil company. Circuit Judge Tracy McCooey says Exxon Mobil intentionally and deliberately
committed fraud against the state, but the verdict must be cut to bring it in line with U-S Supreme Court guidelines.

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