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Alabama
10:01 am
Tue October 12, 2004

Carnival Set to Depart From Mobile This Weekend

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Alabama
9:58 am
Tue October 12, 2004

UA and AU JoinTogether to Ask for Funding

Montgomery, AL – In-state rivals, the University of Alabama and Auburn University, may end up on the same side when it comes to lobbying. Auburn interim President Ed Richardson says both schools will be asking state lawmakers to provide more funding. He and UA system Chancellor Malcolm Portera are discussing ways to work together to increase that funding, especially for research programs. Portera's spokesperson says the chancellor believes that research drives the state's economy.

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Alabama
5:58 pm
Mon October 11, 2004

Troops Requesting Absentee Ballots

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Alabama
5:57 pm
Mon October 11, 2004

Aderholt Wants Alabama Textiles Protected

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Alabama
5:56 pm
Mon October 11, 2004

Survey Suggests Substantial Opposition to Landfill

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Alabama
5:55 pm
Mon October 11, 2004

Gas Prices Continue to Rise

Birmingham, AL – Gas prices continue to rise. Triple-A Alabama's daily survey shows prices Monday were up about a penny per gallon from the weekend. A gallon of regular gas is averaging a dollar-87. Mid-grades are two-dollars-a-gallon, and premium is averaging just under two-dollars-six-cents. Birmingham still has the lowest metro average at nearly a dollar-85 per gallon. Huntsville is still the most expensive place to buy gas. It's a dollar-90 a gallon there. Triple-A Alabama says the prices are ten-cents higher than a month ago.

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Alabama
9:21 am
Mon October 11, 2004

Governor, Others Pushing Amendment Two

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Alabama
9:19 am
Mon October 11, 2004

AU President Tells Alums It's Time to Move Forward

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Alabama
9:14 am
Mon October 11, 2004

Siegelman Still Stirring Speculation About Re-Election Bid

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Alabama
6:41 pm
Fri October 8, 2004

FEMA Will Help With Cleanup Costs

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Alabama
6:40 pm
Fri October 8, 2004

FEMA Will Pay for Damage Cleanup in Three Counties

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Alabama
6:39 pm
Fri October 8, 2004

Woman With Transplanted Ovary Now Pregant

Muscle Shoals, AL – A 24 year old Muscle Shoals woman recently underwent the first known ovary transplant in the United States. Now, Stephanie Yarber is pregnant. Yarber received an ovary from her twin sister Melanie Morgan of Tuscumbia during an April operation in St. Louis. Yarber recently confirmed her pregnancy with a home test and a blood test from a physician. Doctor Michael Steinkampf, head of the fertility clinic at UAB Hospital, says ovarian transplants require the donor and recipient to have matching DNA.

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Alabama
6:39 pm
Fri October 8, 2004

Mobile Police Officer Loses Appeal

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Alabama
10:18 am
Fri October 8, 2004

FEMA Agrees to Pay 100 Percent of Clean-Up Costs in Some Areas

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Alabama
10:15 am
Fri October 8, 2004

JeffCo Gets $4 Million in HUD Grants

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