SCRUSHY TRIAL UPDATE: The corporate fraud trial against ousted Healthsouth CEO Richard Scrushy continues in Birmingham. Yesterday, an FBI agent denied altering secret recordings that prosecutors say link Scrushy to the case. The agent said there were problems with the recordings which former CFO Bill Owens made on the eve of an FBI raid that resulted in Scrushy`s indictment. He said a hidden recorder worn by Owens failed to work on the first of two days of recording, and a secret transmitter ran out of battery power on the second day. Prosecutors contend the recordings prove Scrushy`s guilt. METH LAB EXPLOSION IN MOBILE COUNTY: In Mobile County, a man is suffering with burns over half his body after a meth lab exploded. According to the sheriff`s department, 39-year old Kenneth Johnson was seen stumbling from a burning house, screaming for help. A local high school student came to his aid and drove him to the hospital. Police say items recovered from the house indicate it was being used as a methamphetamine lab. 38-year old Jackie Lane Hawkins was charged with possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.
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This weeks Animal Tracks features some very lovable animals who are in need of good homes.
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Highway safety officials and cycling advocates are calling on Georgians to make 2013 a safer year for cyclists in Georgia.
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Governor Robert Bentley issued a statement following the deadly tornado that struck Oklahoma on Monday afternoon.
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A controversial gun bill passed the Alabama legislature on the last day of the session.