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2015/04/17 23:33
2015/04/17 23:33
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... transformed into the infamous Cruella de Vil of sports broadcasting. In the court of public opinion, the attractive ESPN sideline reporter has morphed into the Wicked Witch of the West...
2015/04/17 23:33
2015/04/17 23:33
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2015/04/16 23:38
2015/04/16 23:38
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... they join a line of folks predicting the direst consequences unless more revenue is found for Alabama’s General Fund. Gov. Robert Bentley is fighting hard for a half-billion dollars in tax...
2015/04/16 16:28
2015/04/16 16:28
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By Eliott C. McLaughlin and John Murgatroyd PANAMA CITY BEACH, Fla. (CNN – April 16, 2015) — A third person has been arrested in the case of an alleged spring break gang rape that was videotaped on a...
2015/04/14 22:45
2015/04/14 22:45
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A fireball goes up at the site of an oil train derailment Monday, Dec 30, 2013, in Casselton, N.D. The train carrying crude oil derailed near Casselton Monday afternoon. Several explosions were...
2015/04/13 13:20
2015/04/13 13:20
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Dave Grohl first glimpsed nirvana — and his future — in a K-Tel album. “I found my calling in the back bin of a dark, dusty record store,” says the Foo Fighters frontman — and this year’s Record...
2015/04/13 12:20
2015/04/13 12:20
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History: On April 13, 1965, 16-year-old Lawrence Wallace Bradford Jr. was appointed by New York Republican Jacob Javits to be the first black page of the U.S. Senate. In 1613, Pocahontas, daughter...
2015/04/13 08:50
2015/04/13 08:50
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Indiana Republican Gov. Mike Pence and the national LGBTQ community could learn a lesson from the firestorm that followed a televised call an enterprising reporter made to a small-town pizzeria in...
2015/04/13 05:12
2015/04/13 05:12
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History: On April 13, 1965, 16-year-old Lawrence Wallace Bradford Jr. was appointed by New York Republican Jacob Javits to be the first black page of the U.S. Senate. On this date: In 1613,...
2015/04/13 04:37
2015/04/13 04:37
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... rental tax every time they checked out a movie. However, with more viewers opting for online, Alabama is poised to lose millions. To solve this, the revenue department is proposing a new rule...
2015/04/12 16:21
2015/04/12 16:21
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Massive alligator attacks and EATS 100-pound dog as her owner was launching his fishing boat at public dock Pooch Mavis was brought to Arlington Park in Mobile sometime last weekend by her owner for...
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2015/04/09 21:39
2015/04/09 21:39
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In an idle moment (yes, even I have them) I was thumbing through Jan Harold Brunvand’s 1999 classic, “Too Good to Be True,” a collection of “urban legends” — fictional stories told as true ones — and...
2015/04/09 13:11
2015/04/09 13:11
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... and bestows the George Foster Peabody Awards. The media awards recognize achievement and public service by television and radio stations, individuals and the Internet. The new 24-member...
2015/04/07 17:45
2015/04/07 17:45
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A fireball goes up at the site of an oil train derailment Monday, Dec 30, 2013, in Casselton, N.D. The train carrying crude oil derailed near Casselton Monday afternoon. Several explosions were...
2015/04/06 01:45
2015/04/06 01:45
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... the second time a Clinton) has topped a major party’s presidential ticket. And already some Republicans are licking their chops, while some Democrats are experiencing pangs of buyer’s...
2015/04/05 22:18
2015/04/05 22:18
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Denise Pitts walked into the pawn shop not far from where she bought her mobile home in Knoxville, Tennessee, and offered up her wedding rings for $100. Her marriage wasn’t over, but her husband was...
2015/04/05 08:39
2015/04/05 08:39
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... week that officials at Accion, now known as LiftFund, also helped him increase the social and television media presence of his Inspector 12 Services at 937 Broad St. “The money from LiftFund...
2015/04/05 04:06
2015/04/05 04:06
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... a video on your phone right now that you're proud of, one that you think should be on television or even the big screen. A setting sun over the mountains. A rippling brook glistening in...
2015/04/05 01:40
2015/04/05 01:40
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... the band in Jacksonville, Florida. While Burns was with the group, it recorded "Sweet Home Alabama," "Gimme Three Steps," and "Free Bird." He left the group in 1974. He continued to play for...
2015/04/04 20:33
2015/04/04 20:33
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Woman creates beach chair for womenWoman creates beach chair for women Beth Griffin thinks she's invented the perfect beach chair forwomen, which will soon be sold by a major retail chain.The Winter...
2015/04/03 17:08
2015/04/03 17:08
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What's This?Police and protesters square off outside the Ferguson Police Department on March 11, in Ferguson, Missouri. Image: Jeff Roberson/Associated Press Brian Burghart figured that he was...
2015/04/17 23:33
2015/04/17 23:33
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