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John Hinckley

Updated: 11/18/2003 - Hinckley lawyer seeks unsupervised visits.

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Massachusetts Gay Marriages

Updated: 11/18/2003 - Court says gay couples have legal right to wed under state constitution.

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Siegelman

Updated: 11/17/2003 - Siegelman enjoys private life; keeps options open.

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Embalmed Wife

Posted: 11/15/2003 - Governor Jeb Bush's general counsel has declined to investigate a special prosecutor in the case of a former Bay County medical examiner.

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Federal Indictments

Updated: 11/14/2003 - A federal grand jury has returned a seven-count indictment against a Dale County man.

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Brain Damaged Woman

Updated: 11/13/2003 - The husband of a severely brain-damaged woman is asking a judge NOT to delay a lawsuit challenging the state law ordering reinsertion of her feeding tube.

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Abortion Clinic Plot

Updated: 11/12/2003 - Feds arrest man in alleged clinic attack plot.

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Gasoline Prices

Posted: 11/11/2003 - Retail gasoline prices continuing falling.

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Veterans Day

Updated: 11/11/2003 - It's a day to pay tribute to those who have served and sacrificed for their country.

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Riley's Cabinet

Updated: 11/11/2003 - Riley's Medicaid commissioner stepping down.

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Education Poll

Updated: 11/10/2003 - A majority of Alabamians polled said they are against a plan to cut education spending by almost $200 million and eliminating funding for 3400 teaching positions.

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Canada Drugs

Updated: 11/10/2003 - Crackdown on Canadian prescription drugs will be difficult.

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Abortion Lawsuit

Updated: 11/07/2003 - Second federal judge blocks enforcement of new abortion law.

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Canada Drugs

Updated: 11/07/2003 - FDA hits Canadian drug shipments to U.S.

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Meth Arrests

Updated: 11/07/2003 - Geneva County authorities arrest three in meth lab bust near Wicksburg.

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Hartford Electric Bills

Updated: 11/07/2003 - People who are late with their bills in one Wiregrass city may soon be in the dark.

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Dean Apologizes

Updated: 11/06/2003 - Dean: apologizes over Confederate Flag remark in debate.

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State Computer Project

Updated: 11/06/2003 - Secretary of State Nancy Worley says predecssor's $300,000 computer project must be redone.

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Military Taxes

Updated: 11/06/2003 - Congress sends president bill doubling military death benefit.

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Missing Phone Numbers

Updated: 11/05/2003 - More than 25 Dothan area businesses are suing CenturyTel for leaving them out of the phone book and attornies say that number is growing.

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HealthSouth

Updated: 11/04/2003 - Scrushy enters innocent plea, must wear monitoring device.

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Wal-Mart Jobs

Updated: 11/04/2003 - Wal-Mart's newest distribution center in Brundidge has begun hiring workers.

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Court Stays Out of Ten Commandments Fight

Updated: 11/03/2003 - The Supreme Court steered clear of a contentious religious dispute on Monday, ending the legal fight of a judge who wanted to put a 2 1/2-ton granite Ten Commandments monument back on display in an Alabama courthouse.

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