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84-year-old Alabama man charged with murder

Posted: 05/17/2010 - An 84-year-old Pelham man is being held in the Shelby County jail on a murder charge, and an attorney says the victim was his 77-year-old wife.

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Law for Alabama's Gulf Park hotel never realized

Posted: 05/16/2010 - MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) - A year has passed since Gov. Bob Riley signed legislation to allow a convention hotel and conference center to be built at Gulf State Park in Gulf Shores. But no construction has started.

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Ala. Power expects no quick impact from EPA rules

Posted: 05/16/2010 - A spokesman for Alabama Power Co. says newly announced federal regulations on greenhouse gases appear to have no immediate effect on the operation of its electrical generating plants.

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Alabama Democratic Conference endorses Sparks

Posted: 05/15/2010 - The state's oldest black political organization, the Alabama Democratic Conference, has endorsed Agriculture Commissioner Ron Sparks for governor rather than U.S. Rep. Artur Davis.

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Alabama lakes may benefit from oil spill in Gulf

Posted: 05/15/2010 - While tourism officials are worried there will be fewer visitors to Alabama Gulf beaches this summer because of the oil spill, the effect may be the opposite for the state's lakes.

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GOP race: Byrne calls James' bridge insider deal

Posted: 05/15/2010 - Republican candidate for governor Bradley Byrne is accusing opponent Tim James of using his father's influence as governor to develop a toll bridge to the Alabama coast.

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Summer Job Applicants on the Rise

Posted: 05/14/2010 - As schools across the Wiregrass begin to wrap up for the summer, many teens are looking at getting a part-time job. But they may find it's not as easy as before to gain employment.

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Crews Learn About Chainsaw Safety

Posted: 05/13/2010 - As hurricane season approaches, area workers learned chainsaw safety in the event of downed trees.

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Area Alpacas Help Aid in Oil Spill

Posted: 05/13/2010 - Since the oil spill began, BP officials say they have spent nearly $450 million dollars on clean-up efforts. As crews continue to search for different ways to stop the spill, local farmers are finding a unique way to help.

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Rains Push Back Strawberry Picking

Posted: 05/13/2010 - Owners of Little Sweet Strawberry Farm on Highway 52 say the economy may be the reason they're seeing more people come and pick their own fruit.

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Good News for Tomato Lovers

Posted: 05/12/2010 - If you've passed through the produce aisle at the market lately you've probably seen the high price of tomatoes.

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