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          The utility company in Memphis, Tennessee, has rejected a 20-year contract with Tennessee Valley Authority but will remain the power provider’s largest customer for the foreseeable future. Memphis Light, Gas and Water’s Board of Commissioners unanimously voted to turn down the contract offer by TVA, which provides power to the utility and to others in TVA’s seven-state region. Board Chairman Mitch Graves stated the contract was too long of an agreement. MLGW will remain in its current five-year rolling contract with TVA. MLGW has undergone a yearslong review process as it considers its long-term power options.

          Members of an Alabama family will serve sentences ranging from probation to two years in federal prison for running what authorities called one of the largest cockfighting enterprises in the country. The Department of Justice said the final member of the Easterling family of Verbena, Alabama, was sentenced this week after pleading guilty to violating the Animal Welfare Act’s prohibition against animal fighting. The U.S. Department of Justice said that for more than two years, the defendants held illegal cockfighting events at an arena with stadium-style seating for 150 people.

          Alabama lawmakers will wrestle with an unusual problem when the next legislative session starts in March: How to allocate an unexpected $2.7 billion in tax revenue. That could mean rebates for taxpayers, modest tax cuts, one-time investments in education and programs and possibly a change in the way Alabama funds K-12 education, according to leaders of the House and Senate education budget ...

          Alabama Power Company announced its third rate increase of 2022 yesterday. A company spokesperson said that beginning in January, the average residential customer (using about 1,000 kilowatt-hours per month) will pay about $6.81 more. The company said the increase was due to federal mandates, inflation and economic conditions. “Our customers expect us to deliver reliable and resilient energy ...

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