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Henry Co. man part of billion-dollar drug ring

Posted: 08/22/2009 - Federal prosecutors have connected a Henry County man to an international cocaine trafficking ring believed to have racked up as much as $1.8 billion in drug sales.

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Failed banks mount; Ga, Ala banks shut

Updated: 08/22/2009 - The toll of failed banks is mounting, with 80 institutions closed by regulators so far this year - the most since 1992 at the height of the savings-and-loan crisis.

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Alabama agencies told to curtail spending

Updated: 08/22/2009 - Gov. Bob Riley's administration is warning most state agencies to curtail their spending plans for the new fiscal year starting Oct. 1 because state revenue is declining due to the recession.

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Jury convicts UAH professor of wife's murder

Updated: 08/22/2009 - A Morgan County jury has found University of Alabama-Huntsville physics professor Andrew Pakhomov guilty of killing his wife and dumping her body in the Tennessee River.

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Alabama soldier dies in Iraq

Updated: 08/21/2009 - The Pentagon says a 23-year-old soldier from Pinson, Ala., has been killed in Iraq.

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Alabama PSC president to return from broken hip

Posted: 08/20/2009 - The president of the Alabama Public Service Commission, Lucy Baxley, has recovered from a broken hip and plans to attend the commission's meeting Tuesday.

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Huntsville rocket scientist Jacobi dies at 91

Posted: 08/20/2009 - Walter Jacobi, a member of an elite team of Germans that settled in Huntsville and helped build the nation's rocket arsenal during the Cold War, has died.

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Troy listed as military friendly

Posted: 08/19/2009 - A national publication targeting military members and their spouses has named Troy University to its “military friendly list.”

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Murder trial to start for former UAH professor

Posted: 08/17/2009 - Jury selection began Monday in the murder trial of a physics professor accused of killing his wife and dumping her body in the Tennessee River three years ago.

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Georgia leaders to discuss water ruling

Posted: 08/17/2009 - Georgia Gov. Sonny Perdue is meeting with the state's congressional delegation to discuss a response to a federal court ruling that could restrict metro Atlanta from its main water supply.

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Decatur spends thousands on out-of-state lawyer

Posted: 08/16/2009 - The Decatur Personnel Board has paid an out-of-state lawyer more than $3,500 in its quest to keep a city official's file from being released to the public.

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Birmingham cardiologist surrenders medical license

Posted: 08/15/2009 - BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) - A cardiologist who held joint positions at the Birmingham VA Medical Center and UAB has surrendered his state medical license during an investigation by the Alabama Board of Medical Examiners.

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Summit on homelessness held in Birmingham

Posted: 08/15/2009 - BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) - A state representative is urging homeless people in Birmingham to register to vote in the upcoming city election.

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Blood Donations in Dire Need

Updated: 08/14/2009 - Emily Bain and her son Lyle together have been donating blood for thirty three years. They began donating together when they saw a blood bus outside Wal Mart.

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