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Brooks chosen as first female UA board leader
University of Alabama trustees selected Karen Brooks to lead the board, making her the first woman to hold the role in 183 years.
PSC: Records released to newspaper not proprietary
The Alabama Public Service Commission is explaining its decision to release records that are the subject of a court right between Alabama Gas Corp. and the Montgomery Advertiser.
Ala. governor announces reward in girl's death
Gov. Robert Bentley says anyone with information that leads to a suspect's arrest and conviction in an eight-year-old girl's death will receive a $5,000 reward.
Deputy AG on leave over Alabama corruption probe
A deputy attorney general has been put on leave following accusations that he leaked information about an ongoing public corruption probe.
Man convicted of killing child to get new trial
A man sentenced to die for the beating death of a child in Etowah County is going to get a new trial.
Food company settles sexual discrimination suit
A food processing company has agreed to a $330,000 sexual discrimination settlement in a case involving nearly 2,500 men.
Defense seeks mental testimony in Auburn shooting
Lawyers for a man accused of killing two former Auburn football players and a third person asked a judge Friday to allow testimony about his mental state to bolster claims of self-defense.
Alabama unemployment declines to 6.9 percent
Alabama's unemployment rate has declined slightly.
New exhibit to be cross-section of Southern art
History tells its story across a variety of mediums — organic and man-made.
UA board of trustees to consider operating budget
The University of Alabama System board of trustees is set to consider an operating budget.
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