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60 Car Train Derails North of Castleberry

Posted: 05/30/2007 - Hazardous materials teams were called to the scene of a train derailment in Conecuh County when one of the cars leaked a toxic chemical, forcing local residents to evacuate.

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Georgia Man in Quarantine with Rare TB

Posted: 05/30/2007 - Federal health officials say a Georgia man with a rare and dangerous form of tuberculosis ignored doctors' advice and took two trans-Atlantic flights -- leading to the first U.S government-ordered quarantine since 1963.

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June 5th Special Election

Posted: 05/30/2007 - Voters across the state will head to the polls to decide the fate of 2-proposed constitutional amendments.

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Houston County Sale Tax Extension

Posted: 05/29/2007 - Houston County commissioners hope to get a 1-cent sales tax extension. The sales tax was implemented in 1989 and expires in 2014.

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Houston County Tag Fees Going Away

Posted: 05/29/2007 - A license fee activated by the Houston County probate judge could soon be axed by state legislature.

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Recycling May Return in Dothan

Posted: 05/29/2007 - The city of Dothan used to collect and sort recyclables, but discontinued the service a few years ago because of the cost. Since the switch to automated garbage service, the city is reconsidering collecting recyclables.

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Court to Judge If Man Who Killed Three Is Mentally Retarded

Updated: 05/29/2007 - The Alabama Supreme Court ordered a lower court to determine if a local man who gunned down three people is mentally retarded and should have his death sentence changed to life in prison without parole.

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Abbeville Plant is Shutting Down

Updated: 05/29/2007 - One of the southeast Alabama’s largest industries will be shutting down later this year.

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Bush Gets Briefing on Wildfires

Posted: 05/29/2007 - President Bush is pledging federal aid for parts of Georgia and Florida coping with a wave of destructive wildfires.

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Wiregrass Memorial Day Celebration

Posted: 05/28/2007 - Nearly two million US soldiers have died serving our nation since 1775. In Alabama, more than 60 have been killed in Iraq.

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