Alabama
6:15 pm
Tue January 11, 2005

Worley, Chapman Looking Toward Campaign '06

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Alabama
6:14 pm
Tue January 11, 2005

Auburn Coach Elected to Football Board

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Alabama
9:19 am
Tue January 11, 2005

More Money Requested for Reading Initiative

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Alabama
9:16 am
Tue January 11, 2005

State Troopers Get New Weapons

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Alabama
9:01 am
Tue January 11, 2005

Potential Private Backers for Domed Stadium

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Alabama
6:36 pm
Mon January 10, 2005

Alabama Movie Chain Merges With Another

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Alabama
6:34 pm
Mon January 10, 2005

Scrushy Trial Delayed One Week

Birmingham, AL – The attorneys representing former HealthSouth C-E-O Richard Scrushy will have an extra week to consider more evidence. Federal Judge Karon Bowdre Monday delayed the trial one week. She said she "reluctantly" agreed, but did so in the interest of justice. She rescheduled opening statements for January 25th. Scrushy has pleaded innocent to charges he orchestrated a conspiracy to overstate HealthSouth earnings by more than two-point-six billion dollars. His charges include fraud, conspiracy and obstruction of justice.

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Alabama
6:34 pm
Mon January 10, 2005

Judge Asked to Exclude Evidence

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Alabama
6:33 pm
Mon January 10, 2005

Attorney Appeals Grants Decision to Supreme Court

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Don Noble
2:24 pm
Mon January 10, 2005

A Dream of Freedom

This painstakingly detailed account of the Civil Rights Movement opens up that part of history to young adult readers.

For her study of the Civil Rights Movement in Birmingham, Carry Me Home, published in 2001, Diane McWhorter was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for history.

That fairly narrow-focus study was a labor of nearly 20 years, and in the course of researching that book, McWhorter learned an immense amount about the movement that she could not fit into Carry Me Home.

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