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AP Survey: Ala. voter photo ID no lock for passage

Posted: 01/26/2009 - MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) - A bill pushed by Attorney General Troy King to require Alabama voters to show photo identification at the polls has modest support but enough foes to make it difficult to pass, according to an Associated Press survey of legislators.

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Ala., Fla. ask court to halt Lanier withdrawals

Posted: 01/23/2009 - Florida and Alabama are asking a federal court to stop the Corps of Engineers from supplying water to Georgia from Lake Lanier, a federal reservoir outside Atlanta.

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Compass Bank to cut 10 percent of staff

Posted: 01/23/2009 - Birmingham-based Compass Bank says it will cut 1,200 jobs, or about 10 percent of its staff, as part of an overall reorganization intended to streamline its U.S. operations.

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Ala. wins round in death penalty case

Posted: 01/23/2009 - The state of Alabama has won a round in its pursuit to carry out the death sentence of a man convicted of murder in the death of a sheriff 30 years ago.

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Alabama's Jobless Rate Up

Updated: 01/23/2009 - Alabama's unemployment rate jumped to 6.7 percent in December. The November rate was 6.0 percent.

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Senate passes wage discrimination bill

Updated: 01/23/2009 - The Senate has passed anti-wage discrimination legislation reversing a Supreme Court decision that made it more difficult for workers who find out they get paid less than their colleagues to file claims.

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Teacher says videotape proves students are violent

Posted: 01/22/2009 - A Montgomery teacher says he couldn't get his supervisors to believe that students in his class were abusive and violent, so he videotaped his students at their worst.

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Gas line blast forces UWA evacuation

Posted: 01/22/2009 - A gas line explosion injured two students and two construction workers and forced an evacuation at the University of West Alabama.

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Convicted Molester's Freedom Brief in Mobile

Posted: 01/22/2009 - A 23-year-old convicted child molester described as mentally challenged was mistakenly released from Mobile County Metro Jail four days after a judge ordered him to serve five years.

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