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Riley urges lawmakers to pass ethics legislation

Updated: 04/14/2009 - Gov. Bob Riley has gone "shopping" to demonstrate what he says is the need for legislation to limit how much lobbyists can spend on legislators and other public officials.

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Alabama coast prepares for summer tourism

Posted: 04/14/2009 - Gearing up for summer tourism, officials in Gulf Shores and Orange Beach have set May 19 as the date for the coast's annual tourism summit.

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Valuable cache of WWII weapons found in Ala. creek

Updated: 06/24/2009 - Authorities say a road crew working in rural Alabama made an unusual discovery: A valuable collection of foreign military weapons dating to World War II that had been dumped in a creek.

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Coffee shop customers pay it forward

Updated: 04/13/2009 - Some customers of Birmingham area Starbucks shops have been getting an extra ingredient with their coffee - kindness.

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Bama Bayou project in foreclosure

Posted: 04/12/2009 - A south Alabama bank has foreclosed on Bama Bayou, a partially built entertainment district in Orange Beach.

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TVA Director DePriest Steps Down

Posted: 04/10/2009 - A Tennessee Valley Authority director from Mississippi whose term was scheduled to end next month has resigned, saying he wants to return to private life.

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Update: Missing Boy Found

Updated: 04/11/2009 - Newton Police with helpd from the Dothan Police Department have found a boy who had been missing since early Friday morning.

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Gov. requests disaster declaration for 20 counties

Posted: 04/10/2009 - Gov. Bob Riley has asked President Barack Obama to declare a major disaster area for 20 Alabama counties that received damage from recent heavy rain, winds and flooding.

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Doctor in Ala. baby murder case stands by autopsy

Updated: 06/24/2009 - The doctor whose bungled autopsy of a baby led to the dismissal of a capital murder charge against an Alabama woman still maintains her medical findings were correct.

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Ala. 2-year college program for youths to close

Updated: 06/24/2009 - The chancellor of Alabama's two-year college system says a program to help troubled youths stay out of prison is running out of funds and will likely be closed in June.

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