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Casino Developer Seeks Release from Jail

Updated: 02/20/2011 - MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) - Country Crossing casino developer Ronnie Gilley used to spend his days as a high-powered executive, building Gulf Coast condominiums, starting record companies and hobnobbing with country music stars.

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Alabama Power Seeks to Conserve Lake Water

Posted: 02/20/2011 - MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) - Alabama Power has received federal approval to temporarily boost water storage at Harris Lake by one foot amid dry weather conditions.

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Birmingham Council to Consider Alaska Travel

Posted: 02/20/2011 - BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) - Birmingham officials hope to resolve a debate over whether to send 168 neighborhood leaders and city staffers to a convention in Alaska at a meeting this week.

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Summerdale Grows by 231 Acres

Posted: 02/20/2011 - SUMMERDALE, Ala. (AP) - The town of Summerdale has added 231 more acres to its city limits.

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Dothan Loves Out Loud

Updated: 02/19/2011 - Love out loud. It's a new thing that offers everything. Wiregrass residents adapting to struggling times were able to benefit from the program Saturday at the Houston County Farm Center.

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Brother: No Boat Problems Before Deadly Accident

Posted: 02/19/2011 - MOBILE, Ala. (AP) - A relative of one of the four people killed in a boating accident in the Gulf of Mexico says no one had seen any problems with the vessel before it was used for the deadly fishing trip.

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Armistead Chosen to Lead Alabama Republican Party

Posted: 02/19/2011 - MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) - Alabama Republicans have selected veteran party activist Bill Armistead of Columbiana to serve as party chairman for the next four years.

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Tuscaloosa Fights to Keep Post Office Open

Posted: 02/19/2011 - TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) - The city of Tuscaloosa has filed a restraining order in U.S. District Court in a last-ditch effort to keep one of its post offices from closing.

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Sons of Confederate Vets Look Back 150 Years

Posted: 02/19/2011 - MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) - Several hundred people turned out in Civil War-era clothing in Montgomery to re-enact the 150th anniversary of the swearing in of Confederate President Jefferson Davis.

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Thousands Mourn Historic Trees in Rally at Auburn

Posted: 02/19/2011 - AUBURN, Ala. (AP) - A steady stream of people are mourning the apparent imminent demise of the poisoned oak trees at Toomer's Corner, where Auburn fans traditionally celebrate wins.

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Houston County Schools Anti-Bully Policy

Posted: 02/18/2011 - On Monday, the Houston County School Board will review a new anti-harassment policy outlining steps to take if a person is being harassed.

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Elba Woman in Critical Condition After Crash

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Updated: 02/18/2011 - A two-vehicle crash this morning in Coffee County has left an Elba woman in critical condition. Lyntresa S. Flowers, 36, of Elba, was traveling on US 84 when she crashed into the back of a log truck.

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Unarmed and Dangerous

Updated: 02/18/2011 - Tawana Williams is not your ordinary motivational speaker. A woman who has fought through a life of adversity is in the Wiregrass this weekend sharing her story. She calls herself unarmed, but dangerous.

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Auburn University Determines Next Steps for Toomer's Oaks

Posted: 02/18/2011 - Auburn University has formed a task force to help save its famed Toomer's Corner oak trees, bringing together experts in horticulture, agronomy, civil engineering, forestry, chemistry and landscape services.

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