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Rivers Retiring from LCSO

Posted: 3:07 PM - Longtime Lauderdale County deputy, Hubert Rivers, is retiring, effective Sept. 12.

Police Advisory Board Begins Work

Updated: 09/01/2014 - Meridian's Police Advisory Board will make share feedback with the police department to help develop crime-fighting strategies.
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MCCSA Restructuring

Updated: 09/01/2014 - A local agency, that's designed to help disadvantaged individuals, is raising its standard in more ways than one.
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7 Tips for a Greener Back-to-School Season

From MomsEveryday.com With back-to-school shopping, changing schedules and preparing kids for the upcoming school year, your family's environmental impact may be the last thing on your mind.

7 Ways to Get Better Sleep

From MomsEveryday.com If there’s anything to look forward to after a long, hectic day it’s a restful night’s sleep. Getting adequate sleep (6-8 hours if you’re an adult), is an essential part of overall health.

5 Ways To Slash Household Expenses

From MomsEveryday.com In a time when the cost of just about everything is going up and our budgets are being strained, save money where you can. Take a look at your home, your spending and where your money is going. Here are five ways to get your started.

Sports/Health Headlines

MSU-UAB Game Notes

Posted: 3:54 PM - Mississippi State will host the UAB Blazers Saturday afternoon in Starkville

SEC Names Players of the Week

Posted: 11:41 AM - MSU and Alabama are represented in the SEC Players of the Week after the first weekend of the season

MSU's Smith Honored by SEC

Posted: 09/01/2014 - Preston Smith is named one of the players of the week by the Southeastern Conference

WTOK Staffers Accept ALS Challenge

Updated: 08/27/2014 - Various WTOK's staffers have accepted the Ice Bucket Challenge in recent days, including several members of the news team Wednesday.

How to Better Handle Stress

Posted: 08/27/2014 - Stress is everywhere. But we have a choice in how we respond. Turning to food, smoking or drinking can lead to obesity, high blood pressure or diabetes, all risk factors for heart disease and stroke. So experts suggest adopting healthy habits to cope with stress instead.

Second WNV Death in Mississippi

Updated: 08/26/2014 - The Mississippi State Department of Health Tuesday confirmed the death of a Madison County resident from West Nile virus.

Anderson Acquires Open MRI System

Updated: 08/25/2014 - Anderson's MRI Center is adding an open MRI system that it says will benefit patients and doctors making diagnoses.

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