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Signs to guide visitors to Shoals' music heritage
Signs will soon point visitors to The Shoals region toward the musical landmarks that made the area famous.
Judy Sizemore, director of Muscle Shoals National Heritage Area, said there are plans to place at least 10 signs in Muscle Shoals and others throughout the area.
Ala. man sentenced for copyright violation
An Alabama man faces two years in federal prison after pleading guilty to copyright infringement in November.
Fort Payne school system admits immigrant student
The Fort Payne school system has enrolled an immigrant student who was initially denied admission.
State jobless rate jumps to 6.7 percent
Alabama's unemployment rate is rising.
Alabama joins 3 states in US 80 yard sale
Alabama towns along U.S. 80 will be participating in a massive yard sale Friday and Saturday that also stretches across Mississippi, Louisiana and Texas.
Bentley opponent Stacy George releases tax return
One of Gov. Robert Bentley's opponents in the governor's race released his income tax return today, and another opponent said he will release his tax return as soon as he files it.
Auburn cancels classes over alleged threat
Auburn University has canceled classes for today following what school officials are calling an unsubstantiated threat on campus.
Bentley releases tax return, still not receiving income from being governor
Gov. Robert Bentley's tax returns show he's still not receiving any income from being governor, but he and his wife reported an adjusted gross income of $372,687 for 2013.
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