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Gilley Asks Supporters to Keep it Civil

Posted: 02/06/2011 - Country Crossing developer, Ronnie Gilley, will be in Montgomery Monday for his bond revocations hearing. Now he is asking supporters to keep it civil.

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Report: White Men Still Dominating Alabama Boards

Posted: 02/06/2011 - MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) - A new reports shows that the boards and commissions that set policies for state government are not much more diverse than they were eight years ago.

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JPMorgan puts JeffCo on Notice for $400M in Debt

Posted: 02/06/2011 - BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) - JPMorgan Chase & Co. says it will demand $400 million in reimbursement from Jefferson County if the company loses a lawsuit filed by a firm that insured the county's sewer debt.

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UA President: Student to Face Discipline for Slur

Updated: 02/06/2011 - TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) - University of Alabama President Robert E. Witt says a student faces disciplinary action for using a racial slur about another student.

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Area Roadwork Could Slow Down Drivers

Posted: 02/05/2011 - The Alabama Department of Transportation is encouraging drivers to use caution when traveling on an area highway.

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Assessing The Aftermath

Posted: 02/05/2011 - Multiple businesses are a complete lost after flames destroyed them last night in Headland.

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Gulf Seafood Sales Get a Boost from the Military

Posted: 02/05/2011 - NEW ORLEANS (AP) - Sales of Gulf of Mexico seafood are getting a boost from the military after being hammered by last year's BP oil spill, which left consumers fearing the water's bounty had been tainted.

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Bath Salts Ban Reduces Calls to Poison Info Center

Posted: 02/05/2011 - TAMPA, Fla. (AP) - Officials at the Florida Poison Information Center say a statewide ban on a synthetic designer drug commonly labeled as "bath salts" has led to a drop in calls about the substance.

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Restaurants Prepare for Super Bowl Sunday

Updated: 02/04/2011 - There are only two days until the Pittsburg Steelers and Greenbay Packers battle for the title of super bowl champ. While the two NFL teams prepare on the field, restaurant owners are getting ready on the sidelines for the big crowds.

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Cotton Looks Promising

Updated: 02/04/2011 - Cotton prices are up almost three times what they were posting two years ago. In 2009, cotton was selling at an average of 57 cents per pound. Today, that number stands in the $1.70 per pound range.

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Heart Disease Ranks Number One Cause of Death for Men and Women

Updated: 02/04/2011 - Heart disease is the number one cause of death of men and women in the United States. Promoting a healthy diet and lifestyle can decrease your chances of heart disease which can lead to a heart attack or stroke. Small changes in your daily routine can make a big difference in saving your life.

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