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Man suffers burns climbing fence at power station

Posted: 06/27/2010 - TALLADEGA, Ala. (AP) - A man who was burned when he climbed a fence to get into an Alabama Power substation in Talladega is in critical condition at UAB Hospital.

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New law sets fee, rules for precious metal dealers

Posted: 06/27/2010 - MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) - Dealers of precious metals and stones must pay an annual licensing fee and meet new record keeping and reporting requirements beginning this week.

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Rotary Miracle Playground

Posted: 06/26/2010 - Local volunteers brought out their tool belts and started construction on the Rotary Miracle Playground Saturday.

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Honey Harvest

Posted: 06/26/2010 - Things were buzzing around Landmark Park today. The Alabama Beekeepers Association hosted a workshop on honey extraction.

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Peru judge sees 6-month Van der Sloot trial

Posted: 06/25/2010 - The chief of the Superior Court for Peru's capital says the murder trial of Joran van der Sloot should take about six months. An independent expert says it actually might take 18.

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Keepsake Birth Certificate

Posted: 06/25/2010 - Parents and grandparents have a new way to commemorate the birth of their Alabama baby.

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Panama City Beach Clean and Clear

Posted: 06/25/2010 - The oil spill has prompted some people to alter their vacation plans this summer. But some tourists say the beaches of Panama City are as beautiful as ever.

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Ex-Offender Transition

Posted: 06/25/2010 - Most inmates released from prison have a tough time re-entering society. To help alleviate this, The Ark group created an 11-month program to help ease the transition.

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Tuition Increase

Updated: 06/25/2010 - The Alabama A&M board of trustees Friday approved a 23 percent increase in tuition and fees for students.

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Mobile Bay ferry may dock due to oil in water

Updated: 06/25/2010 - The Mobile Bay ferry that runs between Dauphin Island and Fort Morgan may have to be suspended at times because of oil in that area of the bay.

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World's largest oil-skimming ship headed to Gulf

Posted: 06/25/2010 - Owners say they haven't received government approvals to participate in the cleanup, but they're hopeful that can be achieved during the three-day sail to the Gulf.

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Political Signs the Target of Thieves/Vandals

Campaign 2010

Updated: 06/24/2010 - As political campaigns heat up this summer, some candidates are claiming their signs are being stolen or vandalized; a problem that is costing them big bucks.

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