Alabama's Capital Elects Its First Black Mayor In the City's 200-Year History
Alabama's capital, a city once known as the cradle of the Confederacy and later the birthplace of the civil rights movement, elected its first African American mayor Tuesday.
Voters in Alabama's capital have elected the first black mayor in the city's 200-year history. (Oct. 9) Steven Reed will be the first black mayor of Alabama's capital since it was founded in 1819. San Francisco International has become the first major airport in the world to ban the sale of plastic bottles. It's part of a lofty goal to make it the first zero-waste airport.
In August, San Francisco International says it became the only airport in the world to ban the sale of water in plastic bottles.
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