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Alabama, Florida Appeal Water Wars Ruling

Posted: 08/12/2011 - Today Alabama, Florida, Alabama Power Company and the City of Apalachicola, Florida asked the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals to reconsider a ruling made by a three-judge panel in June that focuses on how much water the city of Atlanta can withdraw from Lake Lanier and the Chattahoochee River.

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AG Strange Responds to Federal Ruling on Health Care Law

Posted: 08/12/2011 - Alabama Attorney General Luther Strange today praised a federal appeals court ruling striking down the individual mandate requirement of the 2010 “Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act”, otherwise known as “Obamacare.”

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Construction Moving Quickly at Troy University

Posted: 08/12/2011 - As classes begin next week at Troy University, students will notice plenty of progress on campus. University leaders continue to strive to provide the best facilities possible.

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Student Prank at Ala. School Ends in Suspensions

Posted: 08/12/2011 - Several dozen students at a Huntsville high school have been suspended and could face criminal charges after an early morning water balloon fight lead to injuries.

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Record Bankruptcy Possible for Ala. County

Posted: 08/12/2011 - Commissioners in Alabama's largest county expect to vote on whether to settle with Wall Street or file the largest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history.

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Death Toll from Tuscaloosa Tornado Rises

Posted: 08/12/2011 - The Tuscaloosa mayor's office says three additional names have been added to the list of deaths in the town attributed to the April 27 tornado, raising the death toll to 50.

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Troy Police Prepare for Students

Posted: 08/12/2011 - Classes start at Troy University next week, and the Troy City Police Department is prepared for the influx of residents.

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AL, FL Appeal Water Wars Ruling

Posted: 08/12/2011 - Georgia's neighbors asked the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Friday to reconsider a ruling that affirmed metro Atlanta's right to take water from Lake Lanier on the Chattahoochee River.

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Slocomb Residents React to 'Not Guilty' Verdict

Updated: 08/12/2011 - The talk around town was the partial acquittal of Alabama Senator Harri Anne Smith. The town was split, one half agreeing with the jury's decision and the other half not.

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