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York Money Woes

Updated: 09/21/2009 - Officials in York, Ala., say residents not paying their bills has gotten drastically out of hand.

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Family Marks Anniversary of Shooting

Updated: 05/04/2010 - Friday marked the one-year anniversary of the shooting that claimed the life of Joe Bell at Church's Chicken in York, Ala.

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Alabama Unemployment Rate Hits 10.4%

Updated: 09/18/2009 - Alabama's Department of Industrial Relations released statistics Friday showing the jobless rate rose to 10.4 percent in August.

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UWA to Partner with Mexican University

Posted: 09/17/2009 - Former Mexican president, Vicente Fox, joins officials from the University of West Alabama in Montgomery Thursday as they announce a new partnership with a Mexican university.

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Remembering Hurricane Ivan

Updated: 09/16/2009 - Wednesday marked the anniversary of a storm that has almost been forgotten, Hurricane Ivan.

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Update on Choctaw County Landslide

Posted: 09/16/2009 - Continued steady rain is not causing problems for an area that was plagued by heavy rainfall this past spring.

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Alabama Budget Cuts Expected

Posted: 09/13/2009 - Officials say the recession's continued impact on the state education budget will force a second year of across-the-board cuts. But it's unclear what the size of those cuts would be.

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Alabama State Budget Cuts

Posted: 09/12/2009 - Cuts are expected in the new state budgets that take effect Oct. 1. The question is: How much?

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Residents Speak About Road Problems

Updated: 09/08/2009 - There is a growing call for action following the closure of a main road that connects west Alabama to east Mississippi.

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Obama's Speech Stirred Controversy

Updated: 09/08/2009 - A speech by President Obama to students via the Internet Tuesday caused a controversy, locally and around the nation.

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Man Found in Tombigbee

Updated: 09/08/2009 - A Demopolis man was found dead Tuesday morning. He apparently drowned while fishing in the Tombigbee River Monday.

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Gas Prices Hold Steady

Updated: 09/07/2009 - The price of gas has fluctuated throughout the year. But for this Labor Day, prices actually held steady rather than spiking as they usually do.

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Alabama Civil Rights Slaying Case Update

Posted: 09/05/2009 - It took more than four decades for jurors to indict a former Alabama state trooper in a landmark civil rights slaying. Getting the elderly defendant to trial is taking a long time, too.

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Mississippi Bridges Need Work

Posted: 09/05/2009 - The head of Mississippi's transportation department says replacing local bridges is the most critical transportation need in the state.

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UBS Encourages Donating During Holidays

Updated: 09/04/2009 - Labor Day weekend means a lot more people traveling, and with that, more traffic accidents are likely, and a higher demand for blood products.

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Choctaw County Secures Funding for ROTC

Posted: 09/03/2009 - School officials in Choctaw County say they have the funds, but now they need more instructors for the Junior ROTC program.

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Remembering Katrina

Updated: 08/30/2009 - Four years later, those who went through the effects of Hurricane Katrina remembered and recounted the lessons learned.

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Alabama Guard Unit Awarded Commendations

Updated: 08/28/2009 - Alabama Gov. Bob Riley awarded commendations to members of Detachment 1, 2101st Transportation Company of the Alabama National Guard, who helped victims of a church bus crash near Meridian.

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Prosecutors Seek Denial of Siegelman Motion

Posted: 08/28/2009 - Prosecutors have asked a federal court in Montgomery to turn down defense requests for a new trial for former Alabama governor, Don Siegelman, and former HealthSouth CEO Richard Scrushy.

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