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Graduation Dilema

Updated: 04/15/2004 - If a child doesn't pass the state high school graduation exam, should he or she be allowed to take part in graduation exercises?

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Ozark City Schools

Updated: 04/15/2004 - Here's an update on a story News 4 first told you about earlier this week.

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Ten Commandments Monument

Updated: 04/15/2004 - Roy Moore's fight to keep a Ten Commandments monument in the state judicial building will cost Alabama taxpayers more than half a million dollars.

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Bush Backs Sharon

Updated: 04/14/2004 - President Bush is hailing Ariel Sharon's plan to pull out of Gaza and parts of the West Bank as a "historic" step toward a Palestinian state.

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Beach Battle

Updated: 04/13/2004 - Panhandle beach residents fight nourishment, cite property rights.

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Ban on Ephedra

Updated: 04/12/2004 - Unless a judge stops it, a ban on the herbal stimulant Ephedra will go into effect Monday.

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Jobs for College Grads

Updated: 04/09/2004 - It may be easier for this year's college graduates to find a job.

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Farm Center Project

Updated: 04/09/2004 - Houston County commissioners are still looking at possibly renovating and expanding the Houston County Farm Center.

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Second Step Program

Updated: 04/09/2004 - We've heard stories here in the Wiregrass lately about a stabbing at one school, and allegations of hazing at another.

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EPA Approves GB Nerve Agent in Rockets

Updated: 04/09/2004 - The Environmental Protection Agency has given the Anniston Army Depot permission to incinerate more rockets filled with deadly GB nerve agent.

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Fallujah Reaction

Updated: 04/07/2004 - The deadly US attack on a mosque in Fallujah, Iraq, today will reverberate around the Arab and Muslim world.

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Chapelwood No Flood Zone

Updated: 04/07/2004 - If you live in Chapelwood and you've been paying for flood insurance, you may be able to get some or all of that money back.

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Hartford Bats

Updated: 04/12/2004 - Bats have once again become a health concern in one Wiregrass neighborhood.

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Anthrax Scare

Updated: 04/07/2004 - Officials say the white powdery substance found in area convenience store was harmless.

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Dothan Revenue

Updated: 04/07/2004 - The city's financial report for fiscal year 2003 is out, and it shows the city in the black.

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Tyco Letter

Updated: 04/06/2004 - There are more details about the letter that derailed the trial of two former Tyco executives who were accused of looting the company.

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Statue of Liberty

Updated: 04/06/2004 - The plans to reopen America's symbol of freedom are fast becoming a federal case.

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Gay Marriage Recall

Updated: 03/30/2004 - An Oregon county official faces a recall attempt, after she voted to issue marriage license to gay couples.

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Incinerator Trial Burns

Updated: 03/29/2004 - A series of trial burn tests at the Anniston Army Depot's chemical weapons incinerator gets underway.

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Homeland Security

Updated: 03/26/2004 - It was a reported al-Qaida threat that prompted a security alert for the petro-chemical plants that dot the Texas Gulf Coast.

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Bryant Case

Updated: 03/24/2004 - Kobe Bryant and the woman accusing him of rape are both in a Colorado courtroom for a key hearing.

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Pledge of Allegiance

Updated: 03/24/2004 - A California atheist wants to remove the words "under God" in the Pledge of Allegiance.

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Episcopal Bishops

Updated: 03/24/2004 - Episcopal congregations that reject the leadership of their bishops for supporting gay clergy are being offered alternative oversight, under certain conditions.

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