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1 hr ago | Alabama Live
In the second year of selling insurance on the Marketplace exchanges set up by health reform, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Alabama will face more competition .
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Lawyers for the state have asked a judge to dismiss a federal lawsuit filed by convicted killer Judith Ann Neelley, who claims a retroactive law that made her ineligible for parole is unconstitutional.
6 hrs ago | Alabama Live
President Obama once promised that he would make electricity prices "necessarily skyrocket," and earlier this month he delivered on his word.
10 hrs ago | Alabama Live
More students than ever before are traversing state lines to attend college, and schools are spending more time and money recruiting them.
On March 11, 2014, Governor of Alabama Robert Bentley signed into law House Bill 384 .
Gov. Robert Bentley, along with elected officials and business recruiters from across Alabama, aims to sell the state and build its aerospace and aviation sectors at the Farnborough International Air Show near London next week.
Alabama, buckle up. You'll soon learn how much your health insurance premiums will go up for next year.
Alabama is near the bottom in spending to prevent tobacco use among children. At the same time, its high school students report the second-highest rate of tobacco use nationwide.
DOWNTOWN SAMSON LOOKS MUCH THE SAME AS IT DID AT THE TURN OF THE 20TH CENTURY. WORK RECENTLY STARTED ON AN ALABAMA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION SIDEWALK GRANT.
A jury found Charles Dean Partin , 38, guilty after a two and a half day trial in Montgomery, the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Middle District of Alabama stated in a release.
A little more than 3,800 votes were cast, with 27 percent naming Siegelman the worst of the 13 governors since 1945.
Tuscaloosa authorities say a woman was waiting at a red light on Sunday night when she was shot in the arm by someone driving a silver truck.
State Rep. Joe Hubbard, R-Montgomery, is getting tired of waiting for a yes. He's gone on the offensive in pushing for a debate in the race for Alabama attorney general.
The Alabama Department of Transportation has hired a construction company to put up cable rail barriers on Interstate 20/59 between Arkadelphia Road and the Center Street Bridge.
Updated: Fri Jul 11, 2014 02:04 pm
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