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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterGRAND ISLE, LA. -- Ordinarily this time of year, Adam Trahan would be out on the Gulf of Mexico on a shrimp boat, trawling from South Pass to the Chandeleur Islands. Instead, last week he was trawling between the bar at Cisco's Hideaway on Oak Lane and...
Rodger McFarlane, a pioneering gay-rights activist who set up the first AIDS hotline in 1981, before the disease even had a name, and later ran influential AIDS service groups, has died. He was 54. McFarlane, who was based in Denver, committed suicide...
Tags: Entertainment, Armed Forces, Obituaries, Triathlon, Surgery
The Sun HeraldThe Moss Point mayor's race in the May 7 primary election features an incumbent and two challengers. Incumbent Aneice Liddell has served as mayor since 2009. One of her opponents, Billy Broomfield, is currently a state representative for District 110....
ReutersBIRMINGHAM, Ala. (Reuters) - A campus police officer at the University of South Alabama on Saturday shot and killed a naked freshman who repeatedly chased, threatened and rushed him, a university spokesman said. Gilbert Thomas Collar, 18, died from a...
CNNMOBILE, Alabama -- Authorities are investigating why a University of South Alabama officer fatally shot an 18-year-old freshman who they say was naked and acting erratically outside the campus police station early Saturday. With few details of the...
CNNAuthorities in Mobile, Alabama, are investigating why a University of South Alabamapolice officer shot and killed an 18-year-old freshman who they say was naked and acting erratically outside the campus police station early Saturday. The campus officer...
College Gridiron 365 Blog - Orlando SentinelNews and notes: Massoli expected to arrive at Ole Miss Thursday News and notes from the college football world....
AP-AL-CONGRESS-5TH DISTRICT Susan Parker won't run for Alabama's 5th Congressional District HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (AP) -- Public Service Commissioner Susan Parker says she won't run for the 5th Congressional District seat being vacated by Democrat...
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BAY MINETTE, Ala. (AP) -- A man and woman accused of torturing an Orange Beach man and duct-taping him inside his home are each being held on $1.5 million dollars bond. At a preliminary hearing Wednesday, a Baldwin County district judge set the high...
Sun StaffState officials promised a new era of cooperation in announcing the appointment yesterday of F. Brooks Royster III as director of the port of Baltimore, but the longtime maritime industry executive comes into the job mindful of the messy public spat...
The Associated PressOne rumor has it that a tornado hit a hospital and killed 157 people, another that a 40-foot tidal wave washed 20 people to their deaths and a third has hundreds of bodies being hidden away in a morgue. The rumor mill has been going full tilt since...
Tags: Mobile, Death, Health, Weather Reports, Crime, Law and Justice
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