Alabama
5:02 pm
Mon May 23, 2005

Dothan Firefighters Attend High School

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Don Noble
4:12 pm
Mon May 23, 2005

Tallulah! The Life and Times of a Leading Lady

A look at Alabama's own notorious Tallulah Bankhead--her fast-paced acting career, sex scandals and drug abuse.

Tallulah! The Life and Times of a Leading Lady

Alabama is rightly famous for its production of flamboyant females with unforgettable names.

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Classical
1:16 pm
Mon May 23, 2005

From The Top from Tuscaloosa

This Sunday's broadcast of From The Top was recorded in Tuscaloosa, and will feature talented young performers from Tuscaloosa and Auburn.

From The Top
Sunday 11:00 a.m.
Alabama Public Radio

This week's edition of From the Top comes from the Moody Concert Hall at University of Alabama.

The repertoire includes violinist Heather Engebretson, age 14 from Tuscaloosa, playing Kreisler's "Praeludium and Allegro."

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Alabama
8:51 am
Mon May 23, 2005

Bham Water Rates Going Up

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Alabama
8:49 am
Mon May 23, 2005

Dothan Pranks Bring in Fire Officials

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Alabama
8:47 am
Mon May 23, 2005

Triple-A Says Gas Prices Still Falling

Birmingham, AL – There's some good news for Alabama drivers. Triple-A Alabama's daily survey shows that gasoline prices are cheaper statewide. The Birmingham-based motor club reports Monday that prices for regular unleaded dropped about $0.02 from Sunday to $2.04/gallon; mid-grade fuels average $2.18/gallon; and premium is $2.24/gallon. Diesel fuel is about $2.17/gallon. The average gasoline price nationwide has been falling during the past two weeks. It's down $0.06. Regular gas is averaging $2.15/gallon nationwide.

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Alabama
5:55 pm
Fri May 20, 2005

Hyundai Celebrates Grand Opening

Montgomery, AL – Dancers, music videos and laser lights announced the official arrival of Hyundai. Hundreds of guests filled a large tent erected behind the two million square foot assembly plant located just south of Montgomery. Company officials and government leaders made remarks before a ribbon cutting signaled the opening of the one-point-one billion dollar facility. Once it is fully operational, Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Alabama expects to employ about 2,000 people.

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Alabama
5:54 pm
Fri May 20, 2005

Scrushy Jurors End Deliberations for the Week

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Alabama
5:53 pm
Fri May 20, 2005

Baxley Files Papers for Gubernatorial Campaign

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APR News Reports
3:45 pm
Fri May 20, 2005

Think Global Alabama -- Friday Report

Think Global Alabama -- Friday Report

Undated, AL – This week, Alabama Public Radio has been reporting on some of the effects globalization has had on Alabama. In the final part of this series, Butler Cain reports on an issue that is not new. In fact, it's been happening for decades, if not centuries, and Alabamians probably encounter it every day -- but don't know it.

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