Eight years ago as part of a special series, we talked with several young gang members. William Perry McClendon was one of those. We recently caught up with him and talked about why he says he is living proof that "life can bring about a change!"
Updated: 6:38 PM
The head of the Mississippi Legislative Black Caucus says he no
longer opposes U.S. District Judge Charles Pickering's appeals
Updated: 9:25 PM
The Mississippi Department of Transportation brought its railroad safety public awareness campaign to Meridian Wednesday.
Updated: 9:03 PM
The Mississippi Public Service Commission explained a new law that protects residents from telemarketers at a town hall meeting in Meridian.
Updated: 8:37 PM
Several members of the Mississippi National Guard, based at Key Field, retirned home from duty tied to Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Updated: 8:31 PM
A grant was presented to Meridian's Regional Response Team for use in homeland security measures.
Updated: 8:23 PM
An update to the drive-by shooting in Scott County.
Updated: 3:29 PM
An Oct. 17 court date has been set for a case involving the death of a minister.
Updated: 8:03 AM
A two-vehicle crash claimed the life of a teenager Tuesday.
Updated: 11:08 PM
A businessman became the newest member of the Meridian School Board Tuesday, but not without opposition.
Updated: 7:59 PM
Mississippi's high court will consider appeals in two death penalty cases.
Updated: 7:50 PM
The Hamasa Temple Shriners have launched the annual "Vidalia Onion Sale" to benefit children's hospitals.
Updated: 7:46 PM
Jet aircraft service has returned to Meridian's airport.
Updated: 8:21 PM
Two Meridian men have been indicted on three counts related to an alleged carjacking.
Updated: 8:14 PM
The Disaster Recovery Office for east Mississippi is open in Meridian,
but federal and state emergency management officials say millions in aid has already arrived.
Updated: 8:12 PM
For the third time in six months, one local family has lost a home to fire.
Updated: 8:08 PM
Meridian police made an arrest in an April 10 holdup, but continue investigating a number of burglaries.
Updated: 8:05 PM
In the wake of recent flooding, some residents in west Alabama are asking for what they call some needed changes.
Updated: 9:06 AM
The return of jet service to Meridian Regional Airport is set for Sunday, with a celebration scheduled for Monday.
Updated: 10:33 AM
The director of Hope Village for Children in Meridian will leave the post at the end of the month.
Updated: 10:35 AM
A federal disaster assistance office opens Monday at Meridian's Central Fire Station.
Updated: 9:08 AM
Mississippi State University president, Dr. Charles Lee, has asked county supervisors for $2 million more for a performing arts center project.
Updated: 3:21 PM
Three people were taken into custody Thursday after police officers discovered their vehicle had been reported stolen from Slidell, La.
Updated: 3:17 PM
Some soldiers are starting to return home from their missions in Operation Iraqi Freedom. But the 204th Air Defense Artillery is just starting its tour of duty on the homefront.
Updated: 3:20 PM
In honor of National Law Day, some students in Livingston are learning about the legal system.
Updated: 3:17 PM
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