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Trial Pushed Back

Updated: 03/12/2004 - The scheduled re-trial of a 15-year-old murder conviction in the Wiregrass has been pushed back to later this year.

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Highway 77 Project

Updated: 03/11/2004 - It may be a decade away from reality, but Florida Gov. Jeb Bush says the four-laning of Highway 77 from the beaches to the state line is a necessity.

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Gas Prices

Updated: 03/10/2004 - At one time, "gas wars" were common in Alabama.

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Bad Check Writing

Updated: 03/09/2004 - A Dothan man has been arrested for allegedly writing bad checks over and over again.

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Paying for Email

Updated: 03/08/2004 - It's essentially free right now, but what if you had to pay for each email you sent?

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On Line Lottery

Updated: 03/05/2004 - A Georgia politician has cleared the first step in pushing a new bill that would create the nation's first online lottery.

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Chemical Weapons

Updated: 03/04/2004 - Army says sarin leak unrelated to weapons incinerator operation.

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School Bus Shooting

Updated: 03/03/2004 - Additional security measures are in place in Cherokee County after school bus was shot at.

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Scrushy On The Air

Updated: 03/03/2004 - Fired HealthSouth CEO Richard Scrushy is taking his case to the public via the airwaves.

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California Gay Marriages

Updated: 03/02/2004 - Schwarzenegger says same-sex marriages would be fine by him if the courts or voters change state law to make them legal.

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Gastric Bypass

Updated: 03/01/2004 - Blue Cross to stop covering gastric bypass surgery in Florida.

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Student Suspended

Posted: 02/27/2004 - Birmingham boy is back in school after being suspended from school earlier this week.

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Marriage Licenses Challenged

Updated: 02/25/2004 - More than 170 gay men and women sued a court clerk, challenging the Florida law prohibiting them from obtaining marriage licenses.

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Clear Channel Changes Broadcast Policy

Updated: 02/25/2004 - Radio giant Clear Channel Communications announced a "zero-tolerance" broadcast policy that is designed to keep indecent material off the airwaves.

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Gay Marriage Ban

Updated: 02/24/2004 - The state of Michigan is moving closer to adopting its own constitutional ban on gay marriage.

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Comanche Helicopter

Updated: 02/23/2004 - Sources say the Army has decided to cancel its multi billion dollar Comanche helicopter program.

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Space Shuttles Grounded

Updated: 02/20/2004 - NASA says space shuttles Atlantis, Endeavour and Discovery will remain grounded until next year.

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Japan Terror Alert

Updated: 02/20/2004 - The White House says Japan's move to a high state of terror alert is related to an impending Japanese troop deployment in Iraq.

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Gehring Suicide

Updated: 02/19/2004 - The attorney who represented Manuel Gehring says his apparent suicide today won't make any difference in the search for the bodies of his two young children.

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EarthLink Spam

Updated: 02/18/2004 - EarthLink files lawsuit against alleged e-mail spammers.

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Investigation Launched

Updated: 02/17/2004 - Dothan's personnel board has decided to launch an investigation over the circumstances involving former Captain Jim Smith's resignation from the Dothan Police Department.

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Draft Beer Sales

Updated: 02/17/2004 - Dothan city commissioners are voting on a bill that would legalize draft beer sales.

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