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Black Cats & Halloween

Posted: 10/21/2010 - For the superstitious, black cats and Halloween usually mean bad luck, but in reality Halloween has become a bad luck season for black cats.

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Faine Elementary Holds Homecoming

Posted: 10/21/2010 - They may not have a football team, but Jerry Lee Faine Elementary school did have its own homecoming.

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Smith & Flowers Speak to Young Professionals

Updated: 10/21/2010 - It may be viewed as one of the most controversial races this year. As time dwindles until voters head to the polls, Alabama Senate District 29 candidates Harri Anne Smith and George Flowers are making final attempts to gain voters. Both had the chance to speak among a group of young professionals Thursday.

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Chevron to File Application to Drill in Gulf

Posted: 10/21/2010 - The government says it hasn't received any new applications for drilling permits since the Interior Department lifted the ban earlier this month.

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Culver and Tyson Vie for Houston Co. Commission Chair

Updated: 10/21/2010 - With less than 2-weeks until the November 2nd election candidates are going into the home stretch of campaign efforts. Incumbent Mark Culver and newcomer Chad Tyson are vying for Houston County Commission Chairman.

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BP Sued Over Spill's Toll on Wildlife

Posted: 10/20/2010 - Several environmental groups are suing BP PLC for the oil spill's toll on endangered species of wildlife in the Gulf of Mexico's ecosystem.

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New Oil Siphon Would Take Only Weeks to be in Use

Posted: 10/20/2010 - The senior manager of a project to build a more efficient system to contain oil in deep water says that once built and tested the cap-and-siphon contraption could be deployed and in use within weeks of a future well blowout.

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Judge: Drilling Safety Rules Improperly Issued

Posted: 10/20/2010 - A federal judge has ruled that the Interior Department improperly issued new safety rules after it imposed a moratorium on deep water drilling in the aftermath of the Gulf oil spill.

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King Honors Officers

Posted: 10/20/2010 - (MONTGOMERY)— At the Attorney General's 2010 Law Enforcement Summit held today in Montgomery, about 600 officers were expected to attend the ceremonies and specialized training in the investigation and enforcement of identity theft laws. The summit is a joint presentation of the Alabama Attorney General’s Office, the Federal Bureau of Investigation Law Enforcement Development Association and LifeLock Inc.

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AG King Announces Conviction

Posted: 10/20/2010 - (MONTGOMERY)—Attorney General Troy King today announced the conviction of a Montgomery woman for first-degree theft of $130,000 from her mother. Debra Davis, 44, admitted her guilt in an agreement that was entered in court at a hearing yesterday.

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