Daily Headlines, Wednesday, 3/21/2012

Montgomery AdvertiserCourt questions life terms without parole for juveniles

Montgomery AdvertiserYellow season hits state

Montgomery AdvertiserYoung man taking step into history

Montgomery AdvertiserKey corruption trial attorneys to be in benefit

Montgomery AdvertiserCouncil votes to raise garbage fees

Montgomery AdvertiserPlant to bring up to 300 jobs to Auburn

Montgomery AdvertiserUnlikely allies join for jobs

Huntsville TimesNational Symposium on Child Abuse: Penn State’s tragedy could happen anywhere

Huntsville TimesDecision expected next month on Crestwood Medical Center angioplasty program

Huntsville TimesVon Braun’s favorite wine key ingredient in wooing state Legislature

Huntsville TimesKey witness sentenced in wide-ranging Army bribery case that snared Harvest couple

Huntsville TimesTurning dreams into reality; even those seemingly far-fetched ideas worth pursuing (Editorial)

Birmingham NewsJefferson County may reopen Center Point courthouse to reduce long lines

Birmingham NewsGraysville residents file petition in Jefferson County court to impeach mayor

Birmingham NewsWoman wrongfully jailed due to botched autopsy of newborn may get compensation

Birmingham NewsAlabama House votes to exempt some storm shelters from new regulations

Birmingham NewsCEO’s impartiality can be tested in Alabama

Birmingham NewsAlabama Forestry Commission warns of high wildfire risk

Birmingham NewsHouse votes to restructure Alabama Department of Transportation

Press-RegisterThe ‘perfect storm’ behind Roy Moore’s election night shocker (George Talbot)

Press-RegisterHelping homeowners help themselves (editorial)

Tuscaloosa NewsWarning issued to Alabama Historical Commission

Tuscaloosa NewsStrong leadership sought for next Tuscaloosa County superintendent

Tuscaloosa NewsBill sponsor says proposal may reduce states divorce rate

Anniston StarScoring political points: Sen. Sessions does Alabama no favors with his rhetoric

Gadsden TimesCommission approves extension of agreement with bingo developer

Gadsden TimesWilliams’ covenant marriage bill to get hearing in Senate

Gadsden TimesIder police officer charged with domestic violence

Opelika-Auburn NewsAuburn OKs incentives for new medical-tech company

Associated PressSummary of action in Alabama Legislature

Associated PressExtra money to avoid releasing Alabama prisoners

Associated PressAlabama editorial roundup

1 comment to Daily Headlines, Wednesday, 3/21/2012

  • WhoCares

    The “jobkeeper alliance” is the idea of Joe Perkins, not Burkhalter. He is not that smart!! He was President of the AFL-CIO for 17 years, didn’t care a thing about saving jobs. My how things change when you get ran out of office! This is just another way for him to hang around Montgomery and DRINK!!!

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