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13 vying to become Birmingham mayor

Posted: 12/07/2009 - BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) -- Voter fatigue could mean low turnout in Tuesday's special election for mayor of Birmingham.

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Small earthquake shakes residents of Ga. town

Posted: 12/07/2009 - DEEPSTEP, Ga. (AP) -- A 3.2 magnitude earthquake shook a small middle Georgia town on Sunday night, prompting dozens of calls from rattled residents. Washington County Emergency Management Director Russell Riner says there were no injuries or damage in the quake, which occurred near Deepstep, a town about 95 miles outside of Atlanta. About 130 people live in the town.

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CDC Warns of Fake Swine Flu E-mails

Updated: 12/04/2009 - Health officials are warning the public about fake e-mails inviting people to sign up for swine flu vaccine registrations.

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Police: Woman with meth rode ATV along Ala. 157

Posted: 12/04/2009 - MOULTON, Ala. (AP) -- Officials say a Holly Pond woman with powder methamphetamine has been arrested after riding an all-terrain vehicle from Cullman County to Moulton in the cold, wind and rain.

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Man pleads guilty to gang-involved slayings

Posted: 12/04/2009 - WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) -- A Riviera Beach man has admitted to taking part in what authorities call an "assassination" involving members of a violent gang in 2007.

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14,000 Homes on Alabama Coast to Lose Wind Coverage

Updated: 12/02/2009 - Alabama's insurance commissioner says Allstate Corp. and Alfa Mutual plan to drop wind coverage on 14,000 homeowner policies in Alabama's two coastal counties over the next 18 months.

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Georgia food stamp usage jumps

Posted: 12/01/2009 - State data shows that 211,323 more Georgians were on food stamps in September than at the start of the recession.

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Father, son found safe aboard sailboat

Posted: 12/01/2009 - COCOA, Fla. (AP) -- A Palm Bay man and his son he is accused of abducting have been found safe. Authorities say the Coast Guard found Paul Martikainen and his 3-year-old son Tuesday morning aboard a sailboat. No further information was immediately released.

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Court declines appeal of Ga. "stocking strangler"

Posted: 12/01/2009 - The U.S. Supreme Court has declined to hear the appeal of a man known as the "stocking strangler" who killed seven women in Columbus more than 30 years ago. The court turned down the case of Carlton Gary on Monday.

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Free flu shots offered at UGA

Posted: 12/01/2009 - ATHENS, Ga. (AP) -- The University of Georgia is offering students and their spouses or domestic partners free swine flu vaccinations on campus this week.

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Race part of decision for next Atlanta mayor

Posted: 12/01/2009 - Voters are choosing Atlanta's new mayor in a decision likely to hinge on race as a white city councilwoman faces a black former state senator.

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Beach park project planned for Jekyll Island

Posted: 11/27/2009 - JEKYLL ISLAND, Ga. (AP) -- Jekyll Island's governing authority has hired Southwestern Wilderness of Edison, Ga., to build Great Dunes Park, a 20-acre green space that will lie alongside the dune system at Jekyll's main beach. It's the first part of a plan to revitalize Jekyll's town center.

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Case against U. of S. Ala. student leader dropped

Posted: 11/27/2009 - MOBILE, Ala. (AP) -- The University of South Alabama Student Government Association has dismissed charges that SGA President Glenn Gardner failed to perform the duties of his office.

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