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UAB anthropologist champions MOWA band of Choctaw Indians.
D for Disaster: Grading the bureaucrats on Hurricane Katrina response.
Allen says it's time to empty Poole in SD 21; Dems, GOP to battle over Tuscaloosa House seat.
Aug. 28, 2009
Not unlike the Don Siegelman saga, are 'Bush-like shenanigans' behind the legal travails of Edmond H. Smith IV, a/k/a 'the colorful outdoorsman' and alleged con man Eddie Smith, bane of local and federal law enforcement officials?
Retired doc Bentley prescribes treatment for ailing health care system.
Alabama's Forever Wild program lives up to its mission.
Former Greene County commissioner taking on Jan Cook in contest for seat on state's Public Service Commission.
Toyota shuts down unionized plant in California, expands operations at non-union factories.
Aug. 27, 2009
A quarter of Alabama mortgages under water, but state in better shape than most.
The Political Round-Up: Mack trucked; Soft landing?; Out of the blue and so much for the apolitical process; HYT's 'dream team' defense; An Alabama ballot without a Wallace not possible; A Young Boozer in state's political future? Haley leaves jail for greener pastures.
Though New Orleans has been somewhat shielded from the recession due to substantial rebuilding activity, four years after Katrina the region still faces major challenges due to blight, unaffordable housing, and vulnerable flood protection.
Secret Service agents tell all on presidential duties: 'When the news broke that Democratic presidential candidate Gary Hart was having an affair with Donna Rice, (Ronald) Reagan was returning to the White House from an evening event. About to return to his residence on the second floor, an aide blocked the closing elevator doors to tell Reagan about Hart.
"Boys will be boys," Reagan said, according to former agent Ted Hresko.
When the door of the elevator shut, Reagan said to Hresko, "But boys will not be president."