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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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Gautier approves MEMA cottages

Posted: 01/21/2009 - Gautier leaders have approved the permanent placement of Hurricane Katrina cottages in properly zoned areas.

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Police find drunken UGA student passed out in car

Posted: 01/19/2009 - Athens police say an officer found a drunken 20-year-old University of Georgia student who tried to drive home after a party passed out at a stop sign with the car still running.

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MLK service underway at Ebenezer Baptist Church

Posted: 01/19/2009 - A service marking what would have been Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s 80th birthday got under way at Ebenezer Baptist Church, where the slain civil rights leader preached from 1960 until his death in 1968.

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Veterans cemetery sought in southwest Alabama

Posted: 01/19/2009 - Political leaders and military support groups are working together to try to establish Alabama's first state-run veterans cemetery. It would be located north of Spanish Fort in southwest Alabama.

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Check it out! Cancer Freeze 2009

Posted: 01/16/2009 - Caleb Davidson, Cancer Freeze Organizer joins Donna Bell in-studio to discuss an upcoming fundraising event to help out a young Florida child battling cancer.

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Neelley no longer eligibile for parole

Posted: 01/15/2009 - A Tennessee woman once sentenced to die for the murder of a 13-year-old Georgia girl will no longer be listed by the Alabama prison system as eligible for parole, as she was a after her sentence was commuted 10 years ago.

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