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Cold Case Bill Sails Through House

Posted: 06/20/2007 - A bill to establish a new federal law enforcement division to focus on unsolved murders from the civil rights era passed the U.S. House 422 to 2.

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Hood: "MySpace Releases List"

Posted: 06/20/2007 - Mississippi's attorney general said MySpace has provided the state a list of registered sex offenders that had used the Web site.

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Gaming Revenue Up From Year Ago

Posted: 06/20/2007 - Even though Mississippi's gaming revenues dropped in May, compared to a year ago, it's up dramatically.

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Council Elects Leadership

Posted: 06/20/2007 - The Meridian City Council chose its leaders for the year beginning July 1.

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Tower Reaches 95 Percent Capacity

Updated: 06/19/2007 - Tower Automotive, which brought 240 new jobs to Meridian, marked a milestone in its operational capacity on Tuesday.

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Citizens Deliver Petition to Lott's Office

Updated: 06/20/2007 - Citizens who say they're concerned about Sen. Trent Lott's stand on an immigration reform bill delivered a petition opposing amnesty for illegal aliens to his Jackson office Tuesday.

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USM Adds High-Tech Degree Program

Posted: 06/19/2007 - A new degree program at the University of Southern Mississippi combines sports and polymers, that could produce the next generation of sports gear.

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Alabama Power to Raise Rates

Updated: 06/19/2007 - Alabama Power Company customers will pay about $67 more annually, starting next month, due to an increase approved by the Public Service Commission.

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Kemper Book Shortage?

Updated: 06/19/2007 - More concerns are being raised about books for the Kemper County School District.

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State Farm Seeks to Bar Scruggs

Posted: 06/19/2007 - State Farm Insurance is accusing high-profile lawyer Richard Scruggs of ethics violations and wants a judge to disqualify him from Katrina litigation.

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Load of Books Raises Questions in Kemper

Updated: 06/22/2007 - There is an investigation underway in Kemper County, to determine if there was illegal activity in transferring property from a public school to a private school.

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Choctaw Run-Off Set

Updated: 07/10/2007 - The run-off election between the top two candidates for chief of the Choctaw in Mississippi has been scheduled.

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Juneteenth Festival

Posted: 06/16/2007 - The 5th Annual Juneteenth Heritage Festival celebrated freedom Saturday in Downtown Meridian.

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Benefit for "Little" Danny

Posted: 06/16/2007 - A Lauderdale County community raised money to help one of their own.

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Partnership Ruling

Posted: 06/15/2007 - A State Supreme Court ruling could mean no more funding for the Partnership For A Healthy Mississippi.

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Sister Keeps Dialogue Open on Domestic Violence

Updated: 06/15/2007 - One day after his former sister-in-law spoke about domestic violence in Neshoba County, a federal judge awarded the rights to O.J. Simpson's canceled book to the Goldman family. Simpson was tried and acquitted of the murders of Ron Goldman and Nicole Brown.

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