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Mother expresses concern for how car break-in was handled

A local mother is concerned about how a car break-in was handled over the weekend at the parking garage in downtown Meridian.


WTOK-TV and Meridian’s CW8, the local ABC and CW affiliates found on Dish Network channels 11 and 49, Monday announced that pay-TV provider Dish Network has decided to stop carrying our programming at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 17.


A huge crowd came together in Meridian to celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.



Mississippi Power, along with members of the Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity and the City of Meridian came together to help clean up the east end community on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day.


Local organization honors MLK through service


32nd Annual MLK Day Breakfast in Meridian


Teen says stranger helped her when men tried to lure her into car


Sports 6PM - January 16, 2017


Local organization honors MLK through service


Weather - January 16, 2017


Lawmakers receive consultants' school funding proposals


Mississippi city renames day to honor King


Governor: Trooper shortage critical


Gas prices dip for first time since November


Mississippi to have delegation in inaugural festivities


Fellow first responders honor fallen EMT


MLK collection at Smithsonian's newest museum


Source: Byrne to be new Alabama AD


City of Meridian: Garbage collection on MLK Day


Landmark Waverly home vandalized again


MLK Day Afternoon Forecast Discussion


Unhealthy, dead horses spark Leake County cruelty arrest


MLK Day Morning Forecast Discussion


Celebrating Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.


Scooba bank robbery from last week now called 'scheme'


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