Headlines: White House, Congress rule up for grabs in Tuesday election

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White House, Congress rule up for grabs in Tuesday election

WASHINGTON — The White House, the Senate, the tea party revolution in the House and 11 governorships are on the line Tuesday in a fantastically costly, relentlessly negative election played out in unsettled economic times. Read More

Junkins: Etowah County election prep is ‘massive project’

About 6 a.m. Tuesday, between 300 and 400 workers will arrive at 42 polling places around Etowah County, ready to plug in voting machines and open the doors to what election officials say could be a record year of voters. Read More

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21 years later, Gadsden couple’s killer still on death row

Michael Shannon Taylor is 40 years old.
He sits on death row at Holman Prison, awaiting execution in the beating deaths of Ernest and Lucille Moore. Read More

State News More State News

Ala., student comes back from heart disorder

Sitting near the front of Cristy Brown’s elementary class, Preston Litton – just like all the other students – raised his hand with enthusiasm to answer a science question. Read More

Former Alabama Criminal Appeals Judge Tyson dies

Retired Alabama appellate court Judge John C. Tyson III died Friday evening at his Montgomery home. He was 86.
A funeral home spokesman said he died of natural causes. Read More

Alabama governor drops Riley’s budget process

Gov. Robert Bentley’s administration has abandoned a budgeting process used by former Gov. Bob Riley’s administration that required government agencies to set goals and plan their spending to achieve those goals. Read More

Sports More Sports

Tidal Survival: No. 1 Alabama rallies to beat No. 5 LSU 21-17

BATON ROUGE, La. — No. 1 Alabama rallied for a 21-17 win over No. 5 LSU in Death Valley on Saturday night. Read More

Auburn routs New Mexico State 42-7

AUBURN — Tre Mason and Onterio McCalebb produced big runs and linebacker Daren Bates showed he’s still got some of his old running back moves, too. Read More

Jacksonville State comes up short at UT Martin

MARTIN, Tenn. — Jacksonville State rallied but couldn’t complete the comeback, and Derek Carr tied a career-high with seven touchdown passes as Tennessee-Martin outdueled the Gamecocks 49-47 Saturday. Read More

Life More Life

PAPER PULPIT: God: Friend or foe?

An enemy fully desires and works to bring evil to another. One who desires and works evil toward you is your enemy. Read More

Worship Guide for Nov. 2

A listing of local services, revivals and miscellaneous church-related activities in the area. Read More

Opinion More Opinion

OUR VIEW: No time for a marathon

Athletic competitions bring people from all walks together and have been credited with helping communities regain their self-esteem and a sense of pride after tragedies strike. Read More

Obituaries More Obituaries

Allen, Paul Lewis

Graveside services will be at 2 p.m. today at Shephard Cemetery for Mr. Paul Lewis Allen, 86, Gadsden, who passed away Friday, Nov. 2, 2012. …..

Brooks, Shirley

Shirley Brooks, 77, Boaz, died Friday, Nov. 2, 2012. She is survived by her family. Funeral will be at 2 p.m. today at McRae Funeral …..

Guffey, David R.

Funeral services will be at 1 p.m. Monday at New Liberty Baptist Church for David R. Guffey, 66, of Jacksonville, who passed away Friday, Nov. …..

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