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Historically Black Schools Pay More To Issue Bonds

A new study from the University of Notre Dame found that historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) pay higher fees to issue tax-exempt bonds than non-HBCUs. And the evidence points to racial..
Eurasia Review

Alabama planning to upgrade multiple athletic facilities

Alabama is planning extensive renovations to Bryant-Denny Stadium and Coleman Coliseum, reducing capacity at both venues but adding premium seating.
USATODAY.com Also reported by •SI.com

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University of Alabama Spends $600 Million on Stadiums [Video]University of Alabama Spends $600 Million on Stadiums

According to Dead Spin, The University of Alabama is going to spend $600 million on upgrades for their sports departments, including upgrades for their football and basketball stadiums. Newly released..

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Trailer Found At New Mexico Compound Stolen From Alabama [Video]Trailer Found At New Mexico Compound Stolen From Alabama

According to a report by Reuters, a camping trailer had been stolen from an Alabama farmer and towed to the ramshackle compound north of Taos, New Mexico where five people were charged with child abuse..

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Alabama Planning to Upgrade Multiple Athletic Facilities With 10-Year, $600 Million Initiative [Video]Alabama Planning to Upgrade Multiple Athletic Facilities With 10-Year, $600 Million Initiative

Alabama is planning extensive renovations to Bryant-Denny Stadium and Coleman Coliseum, reducing capacity at both venues but adding premium seating.

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Motorbike rider struggles to brake in time and smashes into back of braking car [Video]Motorbike rider struggles to brake in time and smashes into back of braking car

By Mark Felix A motorbike rider struggled to brake in time causing it to smash into the back of a car. Noah Cagle was driving through Madison, Alabama, on July 19 when he merged on to a highway closely..

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The South’s Most Beautiful Colleges [Video]The South’s Most Beautiful Colleges

There’s no better time to visit these academic and architectural gems.

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Mayor Says $75K Defense Fund for Officer Charged with Murder Was His Idea [Video]Mayor Says $75K Defense Fund for Officer Charged with Murder Was His Idea

The Mayor of Huntsville, Alabama says it was his idea for the city to spend up to $75,000 to pay for the criminal defense of an officer indicted for murder.

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Alabama football: Despite some experimentation, Tide's first-team OL appears to be taking shape

TUSCALOOSA — Jonah Williams has always approached football with an analytical mind, especially when it comes to taking his own game to another level.
Harrison Daily

Link Between Mothers’ Oral Health and Offsprings’ Wellbeing Underlines the Urgency of Dental Care, says A-Z Dental Care

The West Covina dental clinic comments on a recent article that, while all of us need to practice good oral hygiene, mothers-to-be need to take especially good care of their teeth and gums. WEST..
PRWeb

Louisville coach Bobby Petrino on opener vs. Alabama: 'I believe we’re gonna go beat 'em’

Louisville coach Bobby Petrino fired up the crowd with remarks about defending champion Alabama at Friday's kickoff luncheon.
USATODAY.com

NASA: Fireball over Southeast traveled at 53,700 mph

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (AP) — NASA says a fireball that streaked across the Southeastern sky was traveling about 53,700 mph (86,400 kph) when it lit up the night over Alabama.The Meteoroid Environment..
New Zealand Herald Also reported by •Seattle Times

Alabama Stakes 2018 odds, contenders, lineup: Horse racing expert who nailed Breeders' Cup Classic makes picks

Jody Demling won big at last year's Breeders' Cup Classic
CBS Sports

Trailer at New Mexico compound had been stolen in Alabama: police

A camping trailer at the New Mexico compound where five people were charged with child abuse earlier this month had been stolen from an Alabama farmer and towed to the ramshackle settlement north of..
Reuters India Also reported by •Reuters

Report: Alabama offensive lineman expected to miss several weeks with foot injury

Matt Womack re-injured a broken foot he suffered earlier in the offseason
CBS Sports

Reports: Bama's Womack breaks bone in foot

Matt Womack, who was competing for the starting right tackle job for Alabama, reportedly suffered a broken bone in his foot and will miss several weeks.
ESPN

Alabama County Preparing to Display ‘In God We Trust’ in Public Schools

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Alabama Supreme Court won’t move lawsuit against Roy Moore

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — The Alabama Supreme Court won’t transfer a defamation lawsuit against former U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore by a woman who says Moore molested her decades ago. The court on..
Seattle Times

College football's biggest quarterback competitions entering the season

With just weeks until the opening of the season, programs such as Alabama, Clemson and Florida State still must settle a competition at quarterback.
USATODAY.com

For the 6th Time, ECS Appears on Inc. 5000 Annual List of America’s Fastest Growing Private Companies

Inc. Magazine ranked Engineering & Computer Simulations (ECS) No. 4224 on its 37th Annual Inc. 5000 list, the most prestigious ranking of the nation's fastest-growing private companies. With a..
PRWeb

Trideum Corp. Named to Inc. Magazine’s Inc. 5000 As One of America’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies

Trideum Corporation, a leading solutions and services provider for U.S. defense agencies, was named to the 37th annual Inc. 5000, the most prestigious ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private..
PRWeb

Pregnant women who eat broccoli sprouts may reduce their child's risk of breast cancer 

pregnant women who eat broccoli sprouts may reduce their child's risk of breast cancer 
Researchers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham say adding broccoli sprouts to the diets of expecting mothers could be a 'key factor' in slashing the risk of the killer disease.
MailOnline

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