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Court to Hear Paramilitary Claims against Drummond

A Colombian court heard testimony in March from a demobilized member of the right-wing Colombian paramilitary group AUC, the United Self-Defence Forces...

Shelter Takedown

As if Mother Nature hadn’t been hard enough on Alabama this year, the attorney general now says that a company purporting to...

BP Settles, Soars, Sours

Lawyers for BP oil company and for victims of a massive spill reached a settlement in early March, setting aside $5.8 billion...

What Are the Odds?

The jury returned a verdict March 7 in Alabama’s gambling corruption trial, finding all defendants not guilty on all counts. Everyone walked free,...

Rocket City Futurism Two

Solar arrays in Cumming Research Park by 2015? It could become reality as part of the latest grand vision being boosted by Huntsville’s...

Jeffco Consultant Unleashes More Thunderbolts

With mounting stringencies in Jefferson County, not even the iron mascot atop Red Mountain seems safely employed. Jefferson County commissioners got a...

Chinese Team with Alabama Biofuel

A Chinese firm specializing in alcohol-based fuels says it has formed a partnership with a Livingston company that plans to make fuel from...

Changeups at Top in Higher Ed

Robert Witt, in March, was chosen as chancellor of the University of Alabama System and the university’s vice president, Judith...

Pemco Flies to Florida

Pemco, which praised the wonders of corporate life in Dothan on its website even while quietly moving its headquarters to Florida last...

Immigration Law Takes a Hit, Immigrants Edge Back

The 11th Circuit Court of Appeals has blocked two more sections of Alabama’s controversial immigration law until there’s final court action on the...

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