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Ott Being Treated for Rare Cancer

Updated: 09/17/2007 - Well-known personality, Paul Ott, has been diagnosed with breast cancer, very rare for men, and is undergoing treatment.

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Holland Avenue Reopens

Posted: 09/17/2007 - The city of Philadelphia is slowly getting back to normal after a weekend explosion destroyed three businesses. One of the first steps was reopening a major artery of the city.

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Baptist Seminary Destroyed

Updated: 09/17/2007 - An historical landmark in Meridian was destroyed by fire overnight. The old Baptist Seminary building was the first to offer diplomas to African-Americans.

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Probe of Explosion Continues

Updated: 09/17/2007 - Some people in Philadelphia say gas company workers checked the area shortly before an explosion Saturday in Philadelphia, and said everything was okay.

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Candidates Find Little in Common

Posted: 09/17/2007 - Candidates for Mississippi insurance commissioner, Gary Anderson and Mike Chaney, sparred Monday over each other's records.

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Gas Company Response

Updated: 09/17/2007 - The company will conduct an investigation to determine a cause of the explosion

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Training For The Real Deal

Updated: 09/17/2007 - Saturday's explosion in Philadelphia caused everyone to realize just how important emergency responders are during disasters.

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Extreme Care Urged With Natural Gas

Posted: 09/15/2007 - Natural gas leaks can be extremely dangerous. In fact, emergency officials in Lauderdale County have had their share of scary situations.

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Vets Get New ID Cards

Posted: 09/15/2007 - Chapter 56 of the Disabled American Veterans helped distribute new Veterans Administration identification cards.

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Explosion in Philadelphia

Updated: 09/15/2007 - An investigation is underway into the cause of a natural gas explosion on Holland Avenue Saturday around noon.

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Collection Fee Steams Custodial Parent

Updated: 09/14/2007 - The Deficit Reduction Act that went into effect in October 2006 gave every state the right to charge a $25 fee for working to collect child support payments. But parents say the state is collecting from the wrong place.

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GOP Opens Headquarters in Meridian

Updated: 09/14/2007 - The East Central Republican Headquarters has opened in Meridian and is making a push to the November elections.

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MPD: Watch out for Scams

Updated: 09/14/2007 - It seems more and more "scammers" are targeting residents in the Meridian area. And they are getting smarter with their techniques.

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Shopping Center Opens

Updated: 09/14/2007 - Best Buy on Friday became the first store to open in Meridian Crossroads shopping development.

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NAS Welcomes New Wing Commander

Updated: 09/14/2007 - Training Air Wing 1 has a new commander, Capt. John Wood, following the retirement Friday of Capt. Curt Goldacker.

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Lawsuit Against DeKalb Dismissed

Updated: 09/14/2007 - A federal judge has dismissed a $25 million lawsuit filed against the town of DeKalb two years ago.

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MPD Seeks Suspect in Stabbing

Updated: 09/14/2007 - The Meridian Police Department has released a photo of Charles Edward "Pooh Pie" Cooley, a suspect in a weekend assault.

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Pilot Dies in Plane Crash

Updated: 09/14/2007 - A small engine aircraft crashed Thursday night in Sumter County.

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Healthwatch: Searching for Memorable Answers

Posted: 09/13/2007 - Some scientists say that injecting an experimental drug into the brain can completely erase long-term memory in animals. What might it mean in the future for people with painful memories?

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