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Acid Attack Leaves Victim Blind

Posted: 06/22/2007 - A 27-year-old man is jailed on a first-degree assault charge after Tuscaloosa authorities said he threw acid in another man's face, leaving him blinded.

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Firefighter Safety

Posted: 06/22/2007 - Already this year more than 50 firefighters have lost their lives while on duty. Four of those were in Alabama and more recently nice in Charleston, South Carolina.

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Geneva County Budget Dilemma

Posted: 06/21/2007 - Over the past year, Geneva County Sheriff Greg Ward says he's lost several veteran officers due to money.

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Dirt Road Paving

Posted: 06/21/2007 - The Houston County Commission will vote on Monday whether to add more roads to the dirt road paving list.

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Tuesday's Rain Could Mean Better Future for Wiregrass Farmers, Or Could It?

Posted: 06/21/2007 - Corn, cotton, and eanuts; two of these are major players in Alabama's economy. The third has drawn countless Alabama Farmers to invest in its growth and produce a cheaper alternative to high gas prices. But only one of these is a total loss for farmers, even after a much-needed rainfall.

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Drought Has Spread to 43 Percent of State

Posted: 06/21/2007 - The Drought Monitor survey released Thursday shows almost 43 percent of Alabama is now in the worst drought conditions in the country. That's 5 percent more than last week.

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Okaloosa Co. Police Investigating Suspicious Death

Posted: 06/21/2007 - Investigators say a passer-by found 53-year-old Stanleigh Turner Duell unconscious and bleeding in the Amvets parking lot in destine around 7 o'clock Wednesday morning.

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Dry Conditions, But Good Produce

Updated: 06/21/2007 - Even though so far it's been one of the driest seasons on record, business is booming for those who sell produce at the Farmer's Market in Houston County. Despite the drought, they're produce is looking good thanks to irrigation.

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Slocomb Gets 100k Grant

Updated: 06/21/2007 - The City of Slocomb receives a grant to help expand police, fire and EMS facilities.

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Ozark Dangerous Intersection

Updated: 06/20/2007 - The Alabama Department of Transportation recently shifted some of its budget for road repair. That change will leave the city of Ozark without repairs for one of its most dangerous intersections.

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Brundidge Landfill Controversy

Posted: 06/20/2007 - The City of Brundidge appears to be coming to the end of disagreement over its landfill.

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