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Train Derails in Lowndes County

Posted: 01/04/2011 - An Alabama Southern Railroad train derailed Tuesday in a rural area of Lowndes County, overturning about 12 cars.

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Feds Allow Some Suspended Drilling to Resume

Posted: 01/03/2011 - The Obama administration says 13 companies whose deepwater drilling activities were suspended last year may be able to resume drilling without detailed environmental reviews.

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Alabama Troopers Say Highway Fatalities Down

Posted: 01/03/2011 - Alabama state troopers have seen a decline for the fourth straight year in the number of traffic fatalities they investigated on state highways.

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Governor Bob Riley's Future

Posted: 12/25/2010 - Governor Bob Riley says he's not sure if he will ever run for public office again.

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Federal Panel Seeks Temporary Stop to Tests

Updated: 12/24/2010 - A federal board allowed to monitor the testing of a key piece of Gulf oil spill evidence, the blowout preventer, is demanding that the analysis stop until representatives of the companies that made and maintained the device are removed from the process.

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Alabama Planning No Temporary Lane Closures

Posted: 12/23/2010 - Alabama transportation officials say there will be no temporary lane closures on Alabama's interstate highways between noon Thursday and midnight Sunday, to make holiday travel easier.

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Twin States Won't Pick Up House Seats

Posted: 12/21/2010 - Mississippi and Alabama are not expected to gain or lose a congressional seat because of U.S. Census population figures.

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Alabama House Votes to Cut Off AEA Dues

Posted: 12/15/2010 - The Alabama House ended a 15-hour round-the-clock filibuster and passed a bill that would cut off the main source of funds for the Alabama Education Association and other groups representing public employees in the state.

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Ethics Bills Up for Key Votes

Posted: 12/10/2010 - Gov. Bob Riley's seven ethics bills are facing make-or-break votes in the Alabama House and Senate.

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Remembering Pearl Harbor

Updated: 12/07/2010 - Sixty-nine years after Japanese planes bombed Pearl Harbor, survivors of the attack gather at the base to remember those killed.

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GOP Leaders Predict Ethics Bills Will Pass

Posted: 12/07/2010 - Leaders in the new Republican-controlled Alabama Legislature predict they will pass Gov. Bob Riley's ethics proposals in a special session.

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