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Oil Spill Related Health Visits Grow

Posted: 09/24/2010 - The number of Alabama residents reporting suspected oil-related health effects from the Gulf of Mexico is growing.

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Oil-Related Illness

Posted: 09/24/2010 - MOBILE, Ala. (AP) - The number of Alabama residents reporting suspected oil-related health effects from the Gulf of Mexico is growing.

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City Officials Kept in Dark About Warrants

Posted: 09/24/2010 - City officials wait for answers after federal agents with the Environmental Protection Agency served warrants to two wastewater treatment facilities.

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More Obese Teens Are Turning to Lap Band Surgery

Posted: 09/24/2010 - About 9 million children ages 6 to 19 are considered overweight, that's according to the Palo Alto Medical Foundation. For some families traditional weight loss methods are not getting the results overweight teenagers had hoped for.

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Remember the Brookwood Coal Miners

Posted: 09/23/2010 - BROOKWOOD, Ala. (AP) - An Alabama community is remembering the 13 coal miners who were killed in an underground accident in 2001.

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Silver-Haired Legislature Seeks Grandparents Bill

Updated: 09/24/2010 - An elected group of senior citizens has recommended the Alabama Legislature approve a bill to make it easier for people caring for grandchildren to tend to the financial and medical needs of the children.

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Battle Waged Over Ala. Workers' Campaign Donations

Posted: 09/22/2010 - MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) - A court fight is being waged over the decision by Gov. Bob Riley's administration to end the payroll deductions that have allowed organizations representing state employees to pump millions into political campaigns.

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Water Restrictions Continue

Posted: 09/22/2010 - In these especially dry times, the city of Dothan is keeping stage two water restrictions in place until October 1st.

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School Enrollment Numbers Generate Money and Expenses

Updated: 09/22/2010 - proration is putting a strain on every school in the state. That's why increased student enrollment is imperative for schools to gain extra funding. But that extra cash could have an adverse affect on area schools.

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Ala. Board Unhappy with AG, Seeks Governor's Help

Updated: 09/24/2010 - MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) - The state Personnel Board is unhappy with how Attorney General Troy King is handling settlement talks that could mean several million dollars for state employees who participated in a deferred compensation plan offered by Nationwide Retirement Solutions.

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