Harvey Updyke, Alabama fan convicted of poisoning famous trees at Auburn's Toomer's Corner, dies at 71 Friday, 31 July 2020
Alabama fan Harvey Updyke, who was convicted of poisoning Toomer's Oaks in Auburn, has died at 71, according to his son.

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Hundreds of thousands still without power in Hurricane Sally clean-up in US

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The racist church bombing that shocked the world

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Henrietta Boggs, Southerner Who Spread Her Wings, Dies at 102

Fleeing segregated Albama, she found revolution in Costa Rica and married its future president. She then pushed him to grant women and minorities the right to..

Hurricane Sally scrapes Alabama coastline

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16th Street Baptist Church bombing victim seeking apology, compensation from Alabama

The bombing of the church on Sept. 15, 1963 killed four little girls, including Sarah Collins Rudolph's sister, and left her blind in one eye.

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