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Casino lawyer faces defense in Ala. gambling trial

Posted: 07/22/2011 - MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) -- A casino lobbyist who pleaded guilty is returning to the witness stand in Alabama's gambling corruption trial to be questioned by defense attorneys.

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Satsuma, Ala. schools formally ask independence

Posted: 07/22/2011 - SATSUMA, Ala. (AP) -- Satsuma's school board president has delivered a letter to Mobile County Superintendent Roy Nichols seeking separation from the county school system.

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Judge denies charges in commission's complaint

Posted: 07/22/2011 - MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) -- A Montgomery judge who abruptly retired early last month says the Alabama Judicial Inquiry Commission's 74-count complaint against her is a product of fraud.

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Groups sue to block Ala. illegal immigration law

Posted: 07/08/2011 - MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) -- Civil rights groups have sued in federal court to block Alabama's new law cracking down on illegal immigration, which supporters and opponents call the strictest measure of its kind in the nation.

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Report: ASU generates $901 million for state

Posted: 07/08/2011 - MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) -- A new report commissioned by Alabama State University says the school generates $901 million and 10,500 jobs for the state each year.

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Report describes chaotic scene of rushing water

Posted: 07/08/2011 - CUMMING, Ga. (AP) -- A new federal report describes a chaotic scene on the Chattahoochee River north of Atlanta, as water surged toward a flotilla of tubers, capsizing some of them.

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Alabama casino lobbyist testifies against McGregor

Posted: 07/08/2011 - MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) -- A casino lobbyist who pleaded guilty to bribery has testified that he arranged a meeting where two casino owners offered campaign contributions to a state senator if he would support pro-gambling legislation.

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Alabama tops nation for EF-5 tornadoes

Posted: 07/07/2011 - HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (AP) -- Federal weather officials say Alabama now tops the list for the most top-category tornadoes since 1950.

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USF has new dorm options for transgender students

Posted: 07/07/2011 - TAMPA, Fla. (AP) -- The University of South Florida is offering transgender students the opportunity to live alone or with a friend of a different gender in campus housing.

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Florida Highway Patrol Closes Two Northwest Florida Stations

Posted: 06/29/2011 - PANAMA CITY, Fla. – Maj. Eddie Johnson, commander of the Florida Highway Patrol’s Troop A, today announced the closing of the F-H-P stations in Crestview and Marianna. The Patrol will close the stations July 1.

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Ala. casino owner says George Jones pulled out

Posted: 06/28/2011 - MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) -- A casino owner who pleaded guilty in Alabama's gambling corruption investigation says he paid country singer George Jones to be the spokesman for the Country Crossing development in Dothan.

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Ala., Ga. governors met over water dispute

Posted: 06/28/2011 - MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) -- The governors of Alabama and Georgia recently met face-to-face to discuss a long-running legal dispute over regional water use.

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Feds to appeal ruling in Albany hospital case

Posted: 06/28/2011 - ALBANY, Ga. (AP) -- Officials with the Federal Trade Commission say they will appeal a judge's ruling that a Georgia hospital group is immune from attempts by the FTC to block its acquisition of rival Palmyra Park Hospital.

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State Worker Help

Updated: 06/28/2011 - When the new state budget takes hold July 1st thousands of state, county, and city workers will have their jobs eliminated.

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Electricity is Still Off To All 5,000 Homes And Businesses On St. George Island

Updated: 06/28/2011 - APALACHICOLA—A meeting was held this morning on St. George Island with representatives of Progress Energy Florida, Franklin County Law Enforcement, a County Commissioner, EMS and business representatives from the community to discuss the current loss of electricity to the island.

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Storms knock down power lines to St. George Island

Posted: 06/28/2011 - St. George Island - Franklin County authorities are checking out reports of a water spout that caused some extensive damage to St. George Island Monday night. The storm did not damage any buildings, but it knocked out electricity to the entire island.

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