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Restaurant Workers Help Kidnapped Woman

Posted: 10/23/2010 - The workers at a restaurant in east Alabama offered one woman something better than good table service. They helped rescue her from an estranged husband accused of kidnapping her.

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Insurer Stops Polices for Homes Over Water

Posted: 10/23/2010 - The state's insurer of last resort, the Alabama Insurance Underwriting Association, will stop issuing policies for buildings standing in or built over water.

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Troy- Free Concerts During Homecoming Week

Posted: 10/23/2010 - Homecoming week at Troy University will be highlighted by displays of school pride, and by three free concerts from the John M. Long School of Music.

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Houston-Henry County District Attorney Race

Updated: 10/24/2010 - Incumbent Doug Valeska seeks his fifth term in office and he's not willing to give up his seat anytime soon. His opponent, Republican Arthur Medley has previous experience in the DA's office.

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Shooting Over A Parking Space

Fatal Shooting

Posted: 10/22/2010 - JACKSONVILLE, Ala. (AP) - The relatives of a Jacksonville woman charged with shooting another person during a fight over parking spaces said she suffered from mental illness and should not have had a gun permit.

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Riley Wants the Indians Shut Down

Posted: 10/22/2010 - WASHINGTON — Gov. Bob Riley will ask federal officials to shut down slots-like electronic bingo machines in the state’s Indian casinos, the last known venues still running the games, according to his press secretary Todd Stacy.

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Gulf Corals in Oil Spill Zone Appear Healthy

Updated: 10/22/2010 - On the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico, just 20 miles north of BP's blown-out well, life appears bountiful despite initial fears that crude could have wiped out many of these delicate deepwater habitats.

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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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