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Alabama
4:41 pm
Tue July 27, 2004

East Alabama Residents Warned of DHR Imposters

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Alabama
4:29 pm
Tue July 27, 2004

State Says Governor's Beach House Not Abandoned

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Alabama
10:19 am
Tue July 27, 2004

The State Retains Governor's Beach House

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Alabama
10:16 am
Tue July 27, 2004

Witnesses Remain Anonymous in Grand Jury Investigation

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Alabama
9:32 am
Tue July 27, 2004

Auburn University Soon To Release Survey

Auburn, Alabama – The forms Auburn University trustees recently submitted to disclose possible financial conflicts are NOT yet available for public inspection. The form is part of an effort by the school to get off the probation imposed by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. The survey asks questions concerning relationships among trustees and business dealings between trustees and the university. Auburn's chief attorney says the documents should be released at or after an August 12th Audit Committee meeting.

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Alabama
3:13 pm
Mon July 26, 2004

King Appoints New Member to Task Force

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Alabama
12:57 pm
Mon July 26, 2004

State Will Widen East Ala. Highway

Montgomery, AL – The state will spend 75 million dollars to widen U-S Highway 431 between Seale and Eufaula. The stretch of road in east Alabama was recently considered one of America's five most dangerous highways, according to Readers Digest. State transportation director Joe McInnes says the road narrows from four to two lanes in Russell County, but motorists usually don't slow down. There have been 28 deaths on the 16-mile stretch during the past decade. Thirteen of them have occurred during the past four years.

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Alabama
12:33 pm
Mon July 26, 2004

Alabama Delegates Head to Boston for Convention

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Alabama
11:46 am
Mon July 26, 2004

Montgomery Police Chief Retires

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Alabama
11:22 am
Mon July 26, 2004

Ala. Democrats in Boston

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Alabama
10:10 am
Mon July 26, 2004

Southern National Congress Will Meet In Montgomery

Montgomery, AL – The Southern National Congress will hold its first meeting next March in Montgomery. Organizers say the meeting will try and bring together as many as one-thousand people to create a permanent forum for the expression of distinct Southern interests, grievances, and solutions. Supporters say the Congress is an organization of Southerners who feel disenfranchised by today's political system. The Southern independence group The League of the South is organizing the event. Opponents say the League is a hate group.

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Alabama
2:27 pm
Fri July 23, 2004

Death Row Inmate Denied Appeal

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Alabama
1:18 pm
Fri July 23, 2004

Siegelman Case Will Continue

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