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Alabama Steel And Auto Industries Still Unsure About Steel Tariffs

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Industry leaders in Alabama are sharing anxiety as the Trump administration’s trade war with China continues to make a local impact. While Alabama steel producers appear to be doing well under the steel tariffs, farmers and automakers are worried their industries will be worse-off. “I will candidly say that I’m troubled by what I perceive […]

Facebook Data Center Will Receive Power from Alabama’s Largest Solar Installation

Facebook Data Center Will Receive Power from Alabama’s Largest Solar Installation

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The past few years have seen a drastic increase in construction projects around the country. In fact, in 2016 alone, the U.S. construction market was worth about $1,162 billion. And within the next few years, Alabama will become home to another expensive construction project: solar energy installations. TVA recently announced its plan to build Alabama’s […]

Alabama Steel And Auto Industries Still Unsure About Steel Tariffs

Auburn University Senior Develops Downtown Limo Service

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Matthew McGinness, a senior in engineering at Auburn University, started Auburn Downtown Limo as a senior project. For McGinness, this project started as a small side hobby and now has bloomed into a small business. One day, McGinness saw an inexpensive limo for sale. He decided to purchase it and with the help of some of […]

Alabama Steel And Auto Industries Still Unsure About Steel Tariffs

Environmental Concerns Rise With Flood Waters Following Florence

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Flood waters have wreaked havoc in North Carolina following Hurricane Florence, thanks to rising rivers swollen with stormwater. In many areas, officials have warned residents to boil their water before consumption, as waste continues to seep from damaged farms into local water sources. Between the estimated 3.4 million dead chickens and turkeys and the controversial […]

Alabama Steel And Auto Industries Still Unsure About Steel Tariffs

Feeling Ill? These Holistic Health Remedies Come From the Emerald Isle Itself

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Approximately 43.3 million foreign-born people live in the United States, making it a melting pot for all sorts of unique and cultural foods, flavors, and experiences. But one country, in particular, has made a rather large impact on the holistic and herbal remedies available in America: Ireland. Ireland is the third biggest island in the […]

Alabama Steel And Auto Industries Still Unsure About Steel Tariffs

Google, Facebook, and Amazon Data Centers Threatened By Hurricane Florence

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Hurricane Florence has threatened what some are calling “potentially catastrophic” damage to the mid- and south-Atlantic coast. Already, thousands of people in North and South Carolina have evacuated their homes. But it’s not just residential neighborhoods that are in the storm’s path. Flooding and wind damage can also take its toll on data centers, and many large […]

Alabama Steel And Auto Industries Still Unsure About Steel Tariffs

Parasite Linked To Heart Disease Has Spread To The United States

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Chagas disease has officially been confirmed in the United States and areas in Europe. This disease is endemic to Central and South American countries and little is known about the disease outside of this area. Chagas disease is caused by a parasite known as Trypanosoma cruzi after a human is bitten by an infected insect […]

Alabama Steel And Auto Industries Still Unsure About Steel Tariffs

Zika AND West Nile Virus Reported In Alabama: Why Aren’t We Alarmed?

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This summer, Alabama health officials have been hard at work investigating reports of the Zika and West Nile viruses in Pelham. Luckily, there’s no cause to be alarmed: the diseases weren’t contracted in the United States, according to the health officials in Shelby County. The three Alabama citizens who contracted the viruses had done so […]

Alabama Steel And Auto Industries Still Unsure About Steel Tariffs

Alabama’s New DUI Interlock Law Going Into Effect

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As of July 9, 2018, Alabama’s new DUI law has officially gone into effect statewide. The new law ensures that even first-time DUI offenders will have to install an ignition interlock device on their vehicle if they wish to continue driving. While these devices may be inconvenient, and expensive, for those charged with a DUI, […]

Alabama Steel And Auto Industries Still Unsure About Steel Tariffs