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TVA Security

Updated: 11/05/2004 - The Tennessee Valley Authority has spent $30 million since the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on new barriers, guard towers and other security enhancements for its three nuclear stations.

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Auburn Trustee

Updated: 11/05/2004 - Selection process begins for Auburn University trustee.

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Unemployment

Updated: 11/05/2004 - The Labor Department is reporting the fastest level of jobs creation in six months. Non-farm payrolls rose by 337,000 jobs last month.

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Flu Shots

Updated: 11/05/2004 - Alabama Health Department plans 92,000 more flu shots.

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Amendment Two

Updated: 11/05/2004 - A Republican state senator says he will introduce a new version of an amendment to remove segregationist language from the Alabama Constitution in the Alabama Legislature.

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Eric Rudolph

Updated: 11/05/2004 - Rudolph attorneys seek to show agents spread key evidence.

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Troy Murder-Suicide

Updated: 11/05/2004 - Police in Troy say the shooting deaths of a man and a female teenager were ruled a murder-suicide.

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Spoiled Vaccine

Updated: 11/04/2004 - Flu vaccine spoils in hospital's refrigerator.

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Laci Peterson

Updated: 11/03/2004 - Defense makes closing arguments as Peterson trial nears its end.

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Hospital Death

Updated: 11/03/2004 - New documents show a Buford man who died in March at Piedmont Hospital in Atlanta had received blood that was improperly matched by the American Red Cross.

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Restraining Orders

Posted: 11/02/2004 - The nation's highest court says it will decide if local governments can be sued for failing to enforce retraining orders.

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Chemical Weapons

Updated: 11/02/2004 - The Army has incinerated the last of more than 42,000 sarin-filled rockets stored in bunkers at Anniston Army Depot.

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Election Evacuation

Updated: 11/01/2004 - Florida elections building searched after suspicious package reported.

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Laci Peterson

Updated: 11/01/2004 - After 23 weeks of testimony, the Scott Peterson double-murder case will soon be in the hands of the jury.

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School Supplies to Iraq

Updated: 10/29/2004 - Mary Sessions organizes shipment of school supplies to Iraq.

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Gay Marriage Ban

Updated: 10/27/2004 - The Georgia Supreme Court has refused to block next week's vote on a proposed constitutional amendment to ban gay marriage.

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Internet Security

Updated: 10/26/2004 - Internet users not as safe online as they believe, researchers report.

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Blake Trial

Updated: 10/25/2004 - Court begins screening potential jurors for Blake trial.

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Stolen Home

Updated: 10/22/2004 - Woman charged with burglary after moving into a Georgia home.

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Corporate Taxes

Updated: 10/22/2004 - President quietly signs corporate tax bill.

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Harry Potter

Updated: 10/20/2004 - "Harry Potter" author says she plans to kill off another character in next book.

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Flu Vaccine

Updated: 10/19/2004 - A top health official says the U.S. is in active negotiations to get flu vaccine from a Canadian supplier.

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Cheney Angry Father

Updated: 10/15/2004 - 'Angry father' Cheney criticizes Kerry remarks about his daughter.

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Cherry Hospitalized

Updated: 10/14/2004 - A former Klansman convicted in a Birmingham, Alabama, church bombing that killed four black girls in 1963 is hospitalized.

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Downloading Music

Updated: 10/12/2004 - Supreme Court refuses to consider issue of Internet privacy.

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