Alabama
2:23 pm
Thu August 26, 2004

Riley Schedules Special Elections for Legislative Seats

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Alabama
1:57 pm
Thu August 26, 2004

Prosecutors Keep Trying to Get Siegelman Judge to Withdraw

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Alabama
12:36 pm
Thu August 26, 2004

State Treasurer Issues Consumer Advisory

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Don Noble
4:42 pm
Wed August 25, 2004

Hell at the Breech

...where armed men, living on what was still a kind of a frontier and still chafing from the humiliation of their defeat in the Civil War, set out to assassinate, hang, bushwhack, burn, and torture one another and any women, children, or black families who happen to be in the line of fire.

Hell at the Breech

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Alabama
2:57 pm
Wed August 25, 2004

Bachus Returns to DC for Hearing

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Alabama
2:09 pm
Wed August 25, 2004

Judge Approves Tutwiler Settlement

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Alabama
1:17 pm
Wed August 25, 2004

Elections Feature Run-Offs, Upsets

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Alabama
12:28 pm
Wed August 25, 2004

AG Says 'No' to Internet Absentee Ballots

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Alabama
11:23 am
Wed August 25, 2004

Alabama Soldier Killed in Iraq

Baghdad, Iraq – An Alabama soldier has died in Iraq. The Army reports Staff Sergeant Robert Thornton Junior was killed Monday while patrolling Baghdad. His group was attacked with a rocket-propelled grenade. He was 35 years old. Thornton listed Rainbow City in Etowah County as his home, but a relative says he was raised in Guntersville. Thornton spent 14 years in the Army and served in the First Cavalry Division based at Fort Hood, Texas. Fort officials say he is the 99th soldier from Fort Hood killed in Iraq since the war began.

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Alabama
9:51 am
Wed August 25, 2004

Killer Bees Captured in Mobile County

Mobile, AL – Alabama Agriculture Commissioner Ron Sparks says Africanized bees have been captured in Mobile County. They may be better known as killer bees. Sparks says there's no need to be alarmed, but people should remain cautious. The bees have spread from Texas into other states. The Africanized bees have less potent venom than other bees, but they are territorial and very aggressive. Sparks says during the last two weeks, four of the six bee swarms trapped in Mobile County have tested positive as Africanized bees.

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