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    • Mistrial declared in manslaughter case of former prison nurse

      Mistrial declared in manslaughter case of former prison nurse

      Tuesday, January 23 2018 2:07 PM EST2018-01-23 19:07:52 GMT
      The manslaughter trial for Carmen Brannan, pictured here in court in May 2017, began Thursday. She is accused of denying medical care to a patient in the county jail. (Source: WLOX)The manslaughter trial for Carmen Brannan, pictured here in court in May 2017, began Thursday. She is accused of denying medical care to a patient in the county jail. (Source: WLOX)

      A mistrial has been declared in the case of a former prison nurse in George County charged with manslaughter.

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      A mistrial has been declared in the case of a former prison nurse in George County charged with manslaughter.

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    • Mobile Police recover stolen car after pursuit that ended at Mississippi line

      Mobile Police recover stolen car after pursuit that ended at Mississippi line

      Tuesday, January 23 2018 1:49 PM EST2018-01-23 18:49:23 GMT

      Mobile Police recovered a stolen car Tuesday a short time after an early-morning pursuit ended at the Mississippi state line.

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      Mobile Police recovered a stolen car Tuesday a short time after an early-morning pursuit ended at the Mississippi state line.

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    • Longtime WLOX Sports Director AJ Giardina announces retirement plans

      Longtime WLOX Sports Director AJ Giardina announces retirement plans

      Tuesday, January 23 2018 1:47 PM EST2018-01-23 18:47:39 GMT

      Everyone knows that distinctive "Hello, everybody..." that begins every one of AJ Giardina's sportscasts on TV. But soon he'll be saying "Goodbye, everybody" and going to games as a fan instead of a reporter. Monday night, AJ made public his plans to officially retire in July.

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      Everyone knows that distinctive "Hello, everybody..." that begins every one of AJ Giardina's sportscasts on TV. But soon he'll be saying "Goodbye, everybody" and going to games as a fan instead of a reporter. Monday night, AJ made public his plans to officially retire in July.

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