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Sept. 30, 2005
Oceana calls for disclosure on the status of 1.2 million gallons of liquid mercury stored in plants in Louisiana and Texas.

Effects of hurricanes to slow U.S. economy, say manufacturers.

Sept. 29, 2005
Noise research may open thousands more airports throughout the nation.

Bill moving through Congress would allow use of junk offshore oil rigs to create open ocean fish farms.

Carmike Cinemas to pay $765,000 in rare case of male-on-male sexual harassment.

Sept. 28, 2005
ACLU seeks information on fate of 6,500 New Orleans inmates.

Record year for soybeans confirmed.

Obama blasts cruise ship deal.

Nearly 100,000 Alabamians apply for disaster aid; $91.8 million approved.

Sept. 27, 2005
Authorities caution against telephone scam involving jury duty.

When Men Murder Women: A detailed analysis of 2003 homicide data.

California property owner challenges judge's ruling in favor of coastal views from the ocean.

NAACP backs race-conscious plan to prevent segregated high school in Capistrano, CA.

Toxic chemical sites in New Orleans.

Sept. 24, 2005
Myths and facts about the National Flood Insurance Program.

Sept. 23, 2005
Would a city's sewage system function better if plant-covered roofs throughout the city slowed the flow of rainwater to the sewers?

UAB among eight universities to get automotive technology grants.

NRA claims major victory for firearms owners and freedom in Louisiana.

Sept. 22, 2005
Following Hurricane Katrina, the Property Casualty Insurers Association of America (PCI) developed this list of the top homeowners and commercial property insurers by market share in Alabama, Louisiana and Mississippi.

Sept. 21, 2005
Veteran federal probation official Bill Wynne has been appointed to the state Pardons and Paroles Board.

Bush braces as Cindy Sheehan's other son dies in New Orleans flooding.

NAACP disappointed with Justice Department approval of Georgia voter photo ID law.

Sept. 20, 2005
IRS says it lost about 30,000 tax payments in the aftermath of a traffic accident.

Sept. 14, 2005
New Orleans doctors: We had to kill our patients.

Sept. 13, 2005
“From Tragedy to Triumph: Principled Solutions for Rebuilding Lives and Communities."

Sept. 12, 2005
Loans fuel late Peavy push to overtake Sam Jones in Mobile mayor's race.

Sept. 11, 2005
Is U.S. Sen. Jeff Sessions in the running for a seat on the Supreme Court?

Mercenaries in New Orleans?

Sept. 9, 2005
Defeated mayoral candidates Bess Rich and Ann Bedsole have endorsed City Councilman John Peavy over Mobile County Commissioner Sam Jones in Tuesday's runoff election for the top job at City Hall. Meanwhile, outgoing Mayor Mike Dow declares for Jones.

Sept. 8, 2005
Sam Jones' historic bid to become Mobile's first black mayor gets a boost from Prichard's first black mayor.

Hurricane Katrina and New Orleans: Natural Disaster/Man-made Disaster.

Katrina Relief Bill: Contractors at the Pig Trough.

Sept. 7, 2005
Public gaa-gaa over nanotechnology.

Sept. 6, 2005
The National Association of Realtors® has adopted a new policy that ensures that all members of Realtor® multiple listing services will receive exactly the same MLS property listings for display on their Web sites as their competitors. NAR at a loss to understand DOJ lawsuit.

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Chip Drago
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