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Davis Charged with Stealing from Cemetery

Updated: 03/21/2016 - A suspect has been arrested on a charge of stealing dozens of urns from a local cemetery and trying to sell them at a scrapyard.

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Bentley to Veto Budget over Medicaid

Posted: 03/21/2016 - Alabama lawmakers could give final approval to the General Fund budget Tuesday, setting up an expected veto by Gov. Robert Bentley over Medicaid funding.

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Money Earmarked for Workforce Training

Updated: 03/21/2016 - Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant has signed into law a bill that establishes a state fund for workforce training programs.

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Church Counterfeit Check Arrests

Updated: 03/24/2016 - Two Mississippians have been arrested in west Alabama after being accused of trying to cash a counterfeit check on a church account.

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Two Arrested for St. Francis Shooting

Posted: 03/21/2016 - The Meridian Police Dept. has made two arrests relating to a shooting that took place at St. Francis Apartments.

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“You be the Chemist” Challenge

Updated: 03/18/2016 - Meridian Community College hosted the inaugural “You be the Chemist” Challenge where more than 25 fifth thought eight grade students competed to see who knew the most about chemistry and science.

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Economic Development Effort

Updated: 03/18/2016 - A local economic development leader is talking with Newscenter 11 about efforts to attract a large industry to this area. If successful, this could lead to many new jobs for people in East Mississippi and West Alabama.

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Local Unemployment Rate: Efforts To Attract More Jobs

Updated: 03/17/2016 - The president of the EMBDC says efforts are increasing to promote regional development that crosses the state line. If successful, Bill Hannah says ultimately the effort will result in many new jobs for East Mississippi and West Alabama.

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Students Volunteer Over Spring Break in Meridian

Updated: 03/16/2016 - Students from several universities across the United States are spending their spring break in Meridian helping with the Lauderdale County Habitat for Humanity.

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Change of Venue Trial Costs:Who's Paying?

Updated: 03/16/2016 - As the new trial for a woman charged with the murder of a Gulf Coast sheriff continues in Lauderdale County, Newscenter 11 has found out who's paying the court related costs.

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Meridian Main Street to Close

Posted: 03/15/2016 - The executive director of Meridian Main Street told Newscenter 11 Tuesday that the organization will soon close.

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