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Laci Peterson Juror

Updated: 06/23/2004 - Juror dismissed from Scott Peterson case says guilt unproven.

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Fatal Snake Bite

Updated: 06/23/2004 - A Macon County man who was twice bitten by a poisonous snake died Sunday at East Alabama Medical Center in Opelika.

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Stroller Recall

Updated: 06/23/2004 - The government says hundreds of thousands of baby strollers can be dangerous for babies.

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Government Corruption

Updated: 06/23/2004 - A federal grand jury in Montgomery has heard from Nick Bailey, a former aide to Governor Don Siegelman who already is expected to be a key witness in the federal case against Siegelman and others in Birmingham.

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Dothan Commissioners Question Legal Bills

Updated: 06/23/2004 - Dothan City Commissioners are continuing to discuss the personnel board’s investigation of the police chief and the tax dollars being used to pay for it.

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Curfew Law

Updated: 06/23/2004 - Dothan city commissioners are taking a close look at the city's curfew law for minors.

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Burglary Arrest

Updated: 06/23/2004 - A Coffee County man is now in jail on burglary charges.

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Escapee Captured

Updated: 06/23/2004 - An escapee from Oskaloosa County has been recaptured in Walton County.

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Marianna Man Shot

Updated: 06/23/2004 - Authorities are still investigating the death of a Marianna man.

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Incinerator Start Up

Updated: 06/22/2004 - The Army says it chemical weapons incinerator will again resume destroying chemical weapons sometime Tuesday.

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Laci Peterson

Updated: 06/21/2004 - The judge in the Laci Peterson case wants to know exactly what a juror said to the slain woman's brother.

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White Diploma

Updated: 06/18/2004 - Dothan Police Chief John White told an Internet website one of his former employees got a degree from a known diploma mill.

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Imate Medical Co-pay

Updated: 06/17/2004 - The idea of having inmates responsible for medical co-pays is the best money saving project for Houston County Jail inmates.

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Secret Prisoner

Updated: 06/17/2004 - A Pentagon spokesman says Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld ordered the military to secretly hold a suspected terrorist in Iraq.

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Tutu's Visit to Montgomery

Updated: 06/16/2004 - A spokeswoman for Archbishop Desmond Tutu said he did not cancel his trip to Alabama because of a personal emergency, as claimed by the organizer.

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Energy Refunds

Updated: 06/16/2004 - Federal regulators are demanding California pay Enron and other energy companies almost $270 million in refunds.

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Judge in Siegelman Case

Updated: 06/15/2004 - The federal judge scheduled to preside over the fraud and corruption trial of former Governor Siegelman is Riley's cousin.

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Children Car Deaths

Updated: 06/14/2004 - NASA invention could have saved life of child left in car, group says.

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FCAT

Updated: 06/11/2004 - A new report concludes high school graduation tests in Florida and five other states are not "overly demanding."

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HealthBeat: Sleeping and TV

Updated: 06/11/2004 - Watching too much television may cause sleeping problems in teenagers.

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Florida Bans Veil

Updated: 06/10/2004 - Muslim woman appeals state ban of veil on license photo.

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Lara Bush on Stem Cell

Updated: 06/09/2004 - First lady Laura Bush says President Bush still remains opposed to using embryos in stem-cell research, despite former President Reagan's death from Alzheimer's disease.

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Enron Tapes

Updated: 06/08/2004 - A U.S. senator is calling on the Justice Department to release all tapes it has of conversations by Enron energy traders.

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