Voters had a chance to speak with candidates running for mayor and city council about issues of concern to them.
Updated: 11:36 PM
The Boy Scouts of America's National Council has voted to ease a long-standing ban and allow openly gay boys to be accepted as Scouts.
Updated: 5:43 PM
Meridian police arrested Laderrick Rencher for a holdup earlier this week at Cefco on Highway 39.
Updated: 11:34 PM
Meridian police say they have a suspect in custody for the armed robbery of Chimney's Tobacco Store.
Posted: 5:19 PM
City officials expect the new Meridian Police Department building to be fully operational next week.
Updated: 7:20 PM
There's a call for action to end a growing number of fights involving alleged female gang members in Meridian.
Updated: 7:21 PM
Camp Shelby's annual Laying of the Wreaths Ceremony includes a special ceremony for the family of Sgt. Shane Pugh.
Updated: 11:13 AM
Alabama governor signs bill on carrying guns.
Posted: 10:16 PM
A longtime city councilwoman is reacting to news that two other long running councilman will not be returning for another term.
Updated: 11:11 PM
The Mississippi Honor Flight program is preparing for its final mission later this year.
Posted: 6:22 PM
Fifth graders at T. J. Harris Elementary received certificates for completing the DARE program.
Updated: 8:30 PM
Two Lauderdale County students won high honors for their participation in a year-long stock market game and essay competition.
Posted: 4:41 PM
The head of Southern Co. says no one is happy with cost overruns at a Mississippi power plant, but he defends the project as a long-term investment.
Updated: 3:24 PM
Meridian police say the Cefco on Highway 39 was robbed by force early Tuesday by an unusual suspect.
Updated: 8:59 PM
West Lauderdale Elementary students had an eventful last day of school as they participated in an 'active shooter' drill.
Updated: 8:33 PM
Demopolis police have made their 33rd. arrest in an ongoing drug investigation.
Updated: 11:00 AM
Update: Meridian police release images of a suspect in the armed robbery and assault of a Meridian store owner.
Updated: 8:33 PM
A woman has reached a lawsuit settlement with a south Mississippi city where she says police arrested her for protesting the BP oil spill, then arrested her again in retaliation for suing.
Posted: 10:31 AM
Meridian's City Council has given $10,000 to help the Boys and Girls Club's operations.
Updated: 11:15 PM
Two members of the Meridian City Council were ousted in Democratic Primary runoffs.
Updated: 11:35 AM
The EMBDC awarded School Counts cards to 667 students at Meridian High School.
Updated: 11:32 PM
A new feasibility study for the proposed Mississippi Arts and Entertainment Center found strong support from Meridian area leaders.
Updated: 11:32 PM
The new Meridian Police Department building is complete and will be showcased later this week.
Updated: 5:52 PM
In a swift-moving late-night session, the Alabama Legislature approved a bill that will put a Constitutional amendment in the hands of the voters.
Posted: 3:34 PM
A congregation in Sweet Water is in shock after its church building was vandalized.
Updated: 11:31 PM
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