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Feb. 27, 2006
Healthcare partnership brings national bus tour to Mobile.

Education in Alabama improving, grade up to a D-. 

Toxic fish in Mississippi River not fit for consumption.

Urban condo deal mixes banking and commerce.

Group welcomes IRS crackdown on electioneering by tax-exempt churches.

National Archives, Google to partner.

Feb. 24, 2006
Legislation would revoke driver's licenses of underage drinkers and adults who supply them.

Sexual exploitation and abuse of women and children at the hands of U.N. peacekeepers not an isolated incident.

Wow ... just wow. Autistic basketball water boy shines.

Feb. 22, 2006
Declassification in Reverse: The Pentagon and the U.S. Intelligence
Community's Secret Historical Document Reclassification Program.

How many convenience stores are there in U.S.?

School boards urge high court to ensure school districts not forced to pay for expert witnesses in IDEA cases.

No shortage of qualified teachers, but licensing maze and rigid pay structure doesn't help schools in need.

Cato Supreme Court Brief Defends Land Owners from Environmental Regulations.

Widow stuck with $450K in medical bills despite having health insurance.

Supreme Court okays holy hallucinations.

Japan: one potato, two potato, three potato, four?

OSHA slams Birmingham foundry.

Feb. 21, 2006
Stephen Nodine records annual political finance report.

A countercultural conservative?

Feb. 20, 2006
State Sen. Gary Tanner off to quick start in District 35 re-election bid.

Feb. 17, 2006
Lobby of Coleman Coliseum at the University of Alabama to be named in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Maisel.

Feb. 16, 2006
Inspector general audit report on Prichard Housing Authority.

Cost of Mobile mayor's race tops $2.1 million.

Stupid in America: How we cheat our kids.

Shelby announces $2.4 million grant to USA for fisheries habitat program.

Bush gunning for Cheney, Quayle to benefit? The negative press.

Retail Rumble: Fighting back against new union 'Wal-Mart' laws.

Cost of Repairing Katrina-Flooded Single Family Properties in New Orleans $8-$10 Billion.

Teamsters demand release of imprisoned Iranian bus drivers.

How globalization changes cities and what local governments can do about it.

New study gives first ever glimpse of duck hunter attitudes.

Feb. 15, 2006
National forest land in Alabama may be offered for sale.

General aviation manufacturers report record-breaking year.

Year begins on firm economic footing for small businesses.

Bankers offer top 10 tips for protecting personal information.

U.S. issues 7 millionth patent.

Feb. 14, 2006
It cost almost $50,000 and he was left with a debt of almost $8,000, but William Carroll defeated a four-term incumbent city councilman.

Dow goes out the way he came in.

Feb. 13, 2006
Attack on Mexican newspaper an outrage.

Katrina displacement muddies re-election prospects for two Louisiana Democrats.

Florida woman charged with transporting human head into U.S.

Long-range plan calls for increase in Navy fleet from 281 to 313 ships.

Feb. 12, 2006
National task force unveils guide to improve disaster preparedness.

Has GOP become the party of big government?

Feb. 11, 2006
Chief Deputy Mark Barlow to kick off his campaign for sheriff.

Feb. 10, 2006
Shelby announces $833,000 federal grant to restore water, sewer to Dauphin Island's west end.

The Real History of the Olympics: And why they should come to an end.
Feb. 9, 2006
Ann Bedsole files final campaign financial report.

Bonner, Riley to attend energy forum here Monday.

Feb. 8, 2006
John Peavy finds second place more costly than it used to be.

Local attorney announces campaign for a circuit judgeship.

America's future leaders can be found in Iraq.

Stormiegate: Tempest in a Teapot. Web diary shut down.

Feb. 7, 2006
Newly-elected Mobile Mayor Sam Jones' victory did not come cheap.

Feb. 6, 2006
The Political Roundup: Will Chris Galanos seek to revive his political career? Eye-catching endorsements in the race for juvenile judge. A new name in the House District 102 race.

Feb. 1, 2006
Shelby announces $15 million for west Alabama economic development.

President Bush's State of the Union: A crude awakening?

Highway construction costs skyrocket 22 percent.

Consumer confidence rising.

70 percent of Katrina insurance claims settled in Louisiana, Mississippi.

Alabama Congressman: Mexican troop incursions into U.S. must cease.  

Secrets of the sea yield stronger artificial bones.

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