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- 'Mockingbird' author settles museum lawsuit
Police search in New Hope for escaped Georgia inmate
Police say an inmate accused of escaping from a south Georgia jail has been spotted in the Madison County town of New Hope.
- Storm damage to Cheaha worst since ‘95 hurricane
Ala. gov welcomes gun manufacturer to Huntsville
Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley joined state and local leaders in Huntsville on Monday to welcome gun manufacturer Remington Outdoor Co., which plans to open a new plant in the area.
- Ala. bill would allow out of state online courses
Confederate sub made history 150 years ago Monday
On a clear, moonlight night 150 years ago, the hand-cranked Confederate submarine H.L. Hunley glided out over glassy seas off South Carolina, sailing into history as the first submarine ever to sink an enemy warship.
25K without power at worst in Ala; thawing begins
A winter storm that dropped as much as a foot of snow on parts of north Alabama over two days left almost 25,000 homes and businesses without electricity Thursday and snarled traffic.
Bill seeks to let Alabama public school teachers read prayers
An Alabama lawmaker is seeking to let public school teachers begin each day by reading opening prayers that were given in Congress.
Open Meetings Act revisions clear first hurdle in Legislature
A bill to strengthen Alabama's Open Meetings Act passed its first test in the Legislature today.
Bentley issues state of emergency
Gov. Robert Bentley is issuing a statewide state of emergency in advance of dangerous winter weather that's forecast to hit the state.
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