Alabama
3:26 pm
Wed May 5, 2004

Sen. Sessions' Law May Be Used in Iraqi Abuse Cases

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APR News Reports
12:11 pm
Wed May 5, 2004

A Firefighter's View

Photo courtesy of the Alabama Forestry Commission

Talladega, AL – The wildfire season is just beginning in the western United States. But here in Alabama, the season has already wrapped up. Alabama Public Radio's Butler Cain spoke with Arthur Hitt, Talladega County Manager for the Alabama Forestry Commission. Hitt says Talladega County was one of the state's hot spots this spring.

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Alabama
11:02 am
Wed May 5, 2004

State Gets Funds for Weather Recovery

Montgomery, AL – Alabama will receive more than 86 million dollars from the federal government. The loans and grants will help communities recover their losses from severe weather. The Federal Emergency Management Agency will provide the funds. Severe storms, tornadoes and flooding caused damage in 38 counties last May. The federal aid will provide assistance to nearly 24-thousand people. About 11-and-a-half million dollars will be used for public assistance projects.

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Alabama
2:27 pm
Tue May 4, 2004

Alabama Guardsmen Recovering From Wounds

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Alabama
1:39 pm
Tue May 4, 2004

Cattlemen Will Appeal Judge's Action

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APR News Reports
12:45 pm
Tue May 4, 2004

Alabama Man Targets OSHA

Washington, DC – An Alabama man who lost his son in an industrial accident 10 years ago is lobbying Congress to stiffen worker protection laws. Chad Pergram reports from our Capitol Hill bureau in Washingon.

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Alabama
11:29 am
Tue May 4, 2004

Sowell Makes History as U.S. Senate Candidate

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Alabama
2:31 pm
Mon May 3, 2004

Community Will Lose Only Employer

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Alabama
12:24 pm
Mon May 3, 2004

Session Begins to Wind Down

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Alabama
9:27 am
Mon May 3, 2004

Community Celebrates Shrimp Season

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