| Feb 24, 2011
| 4:39 PM
Lawmakers from Kansas and Washington state praised the Obama Administration, the Department of Defense and the Air Force in finally giving the tanker contract to Boeing. The reaction was not the same in Alabama.
Gov. Sam Brownback (R)
"I have been...
| Jul 6, 2011
| 10:32 AM
Clermont East Ridge Justin Horton is on the campus of Nike headquarters in Beaverton, Ore., this afternoon (July 6) ready to compete for the Nike SPARQ National Championships in combination with Nike's premiere "The Opening," challenge of athletes from...
| Jul 12, 2011
| 7:26 AM
Boeing's winning bid for the U.S. Air Force's fiercely contested tanker development deal means it likely will show no profit in the program's first phase and shift $600 million in development costs to taxpayers, new government figures showed.
| Oct 21, 2010
They come to be healed. They are people afflicted with everything from paralysis, cancer to blindness. Some travel great distances for a promise to be healed instantly in the name of Jesus Christ. ABC's "Nightline" this week aired a report titled "Turning...
| Mar 8, 2011
| 8:22 AM
For the second straight Nike SPARQ Combine competition, Justin Horton of Clermont East Ridge blew away the field Sunday at Mobile, Ala.
The6-foot-2, 200-pound linebacker had already turned in the nation best SPARQ rating Feb. 19, in Miami, but he decided...
| Mar 10, 2011
| 8:31 AM
Carnival Cruise Lines announced Port Canaveral will be getting a third ship joining two Disney Cruise Line and two Royal Caribbean International ships and will begin sailing in November.
The 20-year-old Carnival Ecstasy, currently based in Galveston,...
| Dec 10, 2010
| 4:11 AM
VANCLEAVE, Miss. -- An Alabama man charged with murdering his two young children allowed the kids' stepmother to torture them by binding the little boy and girl with duct tape, stuffing one in a suitcase and forcing the other to stand in a corner all...
| Aug 1, 2011
| 7:16 PM
Semajay Thomas' road to the 2012 U.S. Olympic team got longer and more difficult Monday.
A controversial defeat in Monday's semifinals of the double-elimination U.S. Olympic trials at Mobile, Ala., means the Chicago light welterweight now must win the...
| Jun 25, 2009
Astronomer Frank J. Low, the experimental genius who developed and distributed sensors for infrared astronomy and performed the first successful observations above the Earth's atmosphere, died June 11 in Tucson after a long illness, the University of...
| Aug 2, 2009
"For Sherrell, Who's helped show me the way from my earliest recollections, and whose love and spirit -- abundant in every way -- are a large part of the life behind this book and the life in this book. My Love Always, Roy. Old Chatham, NY, 12/25/82."
| May 23, 2009
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...
| Dec 1, 2009
U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood is beginning a nationwide listening tour on transportation policy in New Orleans.
Tuesday's visit is scheduled to include a town hall meeting and tours of a street car facility and train station.
As New Orleans...