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Russell County, Ala. to Expand Jail

Posted: 04/18/2011 - PHENIX CITY, Ala. (AP) - Russell County, which is running out of room for inmates in its jail, is getting an addition.

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Historic Graffiti Draws Crowds at Huntsville Depot

Updated: 04/18/2011 - Graffiti covers some walls of the Historic Huntsville Depot. It's not just any graffiti. This artwork has been in place since the Civil War, and depot tour guide Winter Forests describes it as the depot's "money maker."

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Book Sale Brings Big Bucks

Updated: 04/17/2011 - The Houston-Love Memorial Library uses it's annual book sale to stay up-to-date with the latest technology.

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B'ham Schools Try to Find More Money for Buyouts

Posted: 04/17/2011 - BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) - Birmingham city school officials say an employee buyout program was so successful that they're trying to come up with $500,000 to accommodate those on a waiting list.

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Baseball Is Back In Newton

Updated: 04/16/2011 - A new era of baseball begins in Newton with opening day ceremonies.

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Coffee County Tea Party Rally

Updated: 04/16/2011 - Organizers stressed this event was not about a particular political party, but instead freedom and liberty.

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Barbour Co. Man Arrested for Attempted Burglary

Updated: 04/16/2011 - Barbour County Sheriff LeRoy Upshaw announced the arrest of a Rocky Mount Community man for the attempted burglary and criminal mischief of a business on US 431 north of Eufaula.

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Representatives Self Impose Pay Cuts

Posted: 04/15/2011 - Republican members of the Alabama House of Representatives announced they will be cutting their own pay to match the 15 percent pro-ration figure imposed by Governor Bentley.

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Enterprise Water Rationing

Posted: 04/15/2011 - enterprise mayor kenneth boswell wants to remind city water customers that the odd-even water rationing ordinance remains in effect.

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Most Ala. Lawmakers Refuse Pay Hike, Some Cut Pay

Posted: 04/15/2011 - MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) - More than 75 percent of the members of the Alabama House and 80 percent of senators have asked that their pay be cut or have refused to take a scheduled cost-of-living raise.

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Alabama Superintendent Apologizes to School Board

Posted: 04/15/2011 - Alabama's school superintendent has apologized to the State Board of Education for not informing the board that he had awarded a contract worth $2.9 million a year to a private group for educational software.

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There's Hope for Couples Facing Infertility

Posted: 04/15/2011 - According to the Center for Disease Control, 7.3 million American women between the ages of 15 and 44 have an impaired ability to have children, that’s nearly 12%.

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