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Judge: Gov. Riley Can't be Subpoenaed for Trial

Posted: 06/13/2011 - MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) -- A judge has blocked efforts by casino owner Milton McGregor to subpoena former Gov. Bob Riley to testify in the government corruption of McGregor and eight others.

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1st Trial Witness: Senator Who Wore Wire for FBI

Posted: 06/13/2011 - A state senator who wore a recording device for the FBI will be the first witness in the trial of nine people accused of buying and selling votes on pro-gambling legislation.

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Few Ala Families in FEMA Trailers After Tornadoes

Posted: 06/12/2011 - Federal statistics show relatively few Alabama families are living in FEMA mobile homes nearly seven weeks after tornadoes destroyed thousands of homes across the state.

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Senator Who Wore Wire 1st Up in Gambling Trial

Posted: 06/12/2011 - The first witness in Alabama's gambling corruption trial will be a state senator who wore recording device for the FBI and provided evidence that a grand jury used to indict the nine people on trial in Montgomery.

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Yoga a Good Choice for Exercise in Hot Weather

Posted: 06/12/2011 - The heat has many people choosing to move indoors to get their exercise. Yoga has been around many years, and it’s becoming more popular as the temperature rises.

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Burn Ban Still In Effect

Posted: 06/12/2011 - The sun hasn’t seemed to give Dothan residents a break. Temperatures have already hit the hundreds and its causing more troubles than sunburns.

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Flag Day Celebration

Posted: 06/11/2011 - There is no shortage of the colors red, white, and blue today on the circle. A parade of cars, motorcycles and emergency vehicles joined together in support of one of the largest displays of patriotism...for Flag Day.

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Headland's Festivals on the Square Booming

Posted: 06/11/2011 - The Headland Chamber of Commerce decided to switch things around this year and combine the Daylily and Blueberry Festivals this year.

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'Bucket List' Bull Ride Backfires on City Worker

Posted: 06/11/2011 - Huntsville Public Works Director Terry Hatfield hoped to cross off a lifelong goal from his "bucket list," but instead got a broken arm and two broken ankles.

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UPDATE: Manhunt in Dale County Cancelled

Updated: 06/11/2011 - Dale county law enforcement officers need your help to find a man who stabbed his wife. Tyrone Caine whose from Houston County stabbed his wife several times this morning, and then fled.

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Tawaun Townes Sentenced to Death

Posted: 06/10/2011 - The day Martha Ralls son was killed, she felt like life would never get better...but today they did. Tawaun Townes who was arrested for murdering Ralls son Christopher Woods in 2008 was sentenced to death.

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Home Brewing Measure Names Deadest Bill of Session

Posted: 06/09/2011 - A Capshaw lawmaker's proposal to allow people to make certain brewed beverages at home was named the deadest bill of the 2011 legislative session, earning him the traditional "Shroud Award."

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