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Congress sends fair pay bill to Obama

Posted: 01/28/2009 - Congress has sent the White House its first legislation of Barack Obama's presidency, a bill that makes it easier for women and others to sue over pay discrimination, even if the discrimination has prevailed for years, or even decades.

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Roebuck woman gets 87 months for identity theft

Posted: 01/28/2009 - Prosecutors say a Jefferson County woman is headed to federal prison after she pleaded guilty to identity theft, bank fraud, and stealing mail from local office parks.

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Geithner announces new lobbying rules for bailout

Posted: 01/27/2009 - Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner, in his first full day on the job, is announcing new rules to limit special-interest influence on the government's $700 billion financial rescue program.

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Student arrested in AU fraternity fight

Posted: 01/27/2009 - An Auburn University student accused of injuring a fellow student at a fraternity party turned himself in to police and was released on bond.

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4 jailed in marijuana haul in Birmingham area

Posted: 01/27/2009 - Jefferson County sheriff's officials say four people, all from out-of-state, were jailed Monday after deputies seized more than 410 pounds of marijuana in separate traffic stops.

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Ala teen held for making $10 bill

Posted: 01/27/2009 - It' not a good idea to make your own money. Its a lesson that a 13-year-old Russellville boy won't soon forget.

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Gwinnett County center cancels fundraising Gala

Posted: 01/27/2009 - The board of directors for a center in Gwinnett Council that provides services to adults will development disabilities won't hold its 30th fundraising gala this year because of the economy.

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New rail terminal opens at Savannah port

Posted: 01/22/2009 - A new rail transfer station is up and running at the Port of Savannah, expanding the bustling port's ability to move cargo by train.

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Anniston mayor wants to name street for MLK

Posted: 01/21/2009 - Some black leaders in Anniston will oppose Mayor Gene Robinson's bid to rename a street for the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., saying the street is run-down and the community would benefit more from economic development.

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Ala.'s first black federal judge resigns

Posted: 01/21/2009 - Alabama's first black federal judge has resigned after nearly three decades, sending a letter to President Obama praising the nation's first black chief executive.

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