Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Thursday's Star

Coming Thursday in The Star:

The monkey found in Ohatchee has been claimed by a Gadsden man. Her name is Phyllis and Carl Weaver said he read the article in Wednesday’s Star and knew that the primate, who was found about five miles from his farm, had to be his. We'll have more details in Thursday's paper.

We take a look at the Lilly Ledbetter Act, the bill, now in the U.S. Senate named for a Jacksonville woman whose employment discrimination case went all the way to the Supreme Court. We also talk with Ledbetter about the bill and her case.

As the Supreme Court looks at Washington D.C.'s ban on guns, what impact could it have on Alabama? Markeshia Ricks looks at this story.

Nunnally’s Framing is moving into a newly-renovated historic building in downtown Anniston and will have its open house this weekend. Dan Whisenhunt writes about the renovated building, its history and the framining company's roots in Anniston.