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CONFEDERATE MONUMENT-TUSKEGEE

TUSKEGEE, Ala. — In 1906, when aging, white Confederate veterans of the Civil War and black ex-slaves still lived on the old plantations of the Deep South, two very different celebrations were afoot in this city known even then as a beacon of black empowerment. Tuskegee Institute, founded to educate Southern blacks whose families had lived in bondage for generations, was saluting its 25th anniversary. By Jay Reeves.

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FAKE CHECK SCAM, from CHARLESTON, W.Va. — West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey is warning residents about a fake check scam.

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