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South Texas Starts Cleanup After Hurricane Dolly

Posted: 07/24/2008 - Residents and recovery teams began fanning out across south Texas at dawn Thursday and cars crept along roads with darkened stoplights as the region got its first look at the destruction left by Hurricane Dolly.

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Wednesday Storm Damage

Posted: 07/24/2008 - Here are damage reports following Wednesday afternoon's thunderstorms.

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Pioneer In Medical Genetics Dies At 86

Posted: 07/24/2008 - Dr. Victor A. McKusick, a key architect of the Human Genome Project and a winner of the National Medal of Science, has died. He was 86.

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Judge: EPA Must Regulate Ship Water Discharge

Posted: 07/24/2008 - An appeals court Wednesday upheld a ruling ordering the Environmental Protection Agency to regulate the water discharged from ships as a way to protect local ecosystems from invasive species.

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California Agriculture Doing Well

Posted: 07/24/2008 - Fresno County topped the $5.3 billion mark in agriculture production last year, holding onto its place as the No. 1 farming county in the country.

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Expert Warns Wheat Residue Too Valuable To Lose

Posted: 07/24/2008 - Times are good for wheat farmers, but they should resist the urge to harvest their crop residue and sell it for ethanol production, a federal researcher says.

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N.M. Cavers Chart Unique `Snowy' River Of Crystals

Posted: 07/24/2008 - Hundreds of feet beneath Earth's surface, a few seasoned cave explorers venture where no human has set foot. Their headlamps illuminate mud-covered walls, gypsum crystals and mineral deposits.

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Dolly Hammers Northern Mexico

Posted: 07/24/2008 - Hurricane Dolly toppled trees and sent billboards flying Wednesday in the Mexican city of Matamoros, and authorities south of the U.S. border warned of possible flooding.

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Earthquake Hits Japan, More Than 100 Injured

Posted: 07/24/2008 - A powerful earthquake rattled parts of northern Japan early Thursday, injuring more than 100 people, triggering landslides and cutting power to thousands of people, officials said.

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Scientists Find Complete Dinosaur Fossil

Posted: 07/24/2008 - Japanese and Mongolian scientists have successfully recovered the complete skeleton of a 70-million-year-old young dinosaur, a nature museum announced Thursday.

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Aftershocks Kill 1, Injure 10 In China

Posted: 07/24/2008 - Three aftershocks jolted parts of China on Thursday, the official Xinhua News Agency said, killing one person and injuring more than 10.

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Levees Hold but Waters Rise In Dolly's Rains

Posted: 07/24/2008 - Hurricane Dolly slammed ashore and then loitered over deep south Texas as a tropical storm, dumping as much as a foot of rain in places and ripping roofs off buildings with 100 mph winds.

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Senate Race Goes National

Updated: 07/23/2008 - National political groups have released commercials in Mississippi that dispute the record of former governor Ronnie Musgrove. But who can voters believe?

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Bishop Executed in Mississippi

Posted: 07/23/2008 - Mississippi has executed Dale Leo Bishop, convicted of the 1998 murder of Marcus James Gentry.

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4-H Students Get Hands On Experience

Updated: 07/23/2008 - About seventy 4-H students from around Mississippi passed through Meridian on a statewide tour Wednesday. The students have already put their training into action.

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Judge Speaks Out on Warrant Flap

Updated: 07/23/2008 - A Meridian Municipal Court judge tells his side of the story in a recent dispute between himself and a Meridian police officer.

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Wicker: 'Bridge' Mission Sought

Posted: 07/23/2008 - There could be a gap of time between flying missions at the Meridian Air National Guard base that could have a major impact on this area's economy.

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No Clemency for Death Row Inmate

Posted: 07/23/2008 - Gov. Haley Barbour has denied clemency to condemned inmate Dale Leo Bishop, leaving his life in the hands of the U.S. Supreme Court.

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Students Take Art to Heart

Updated: 07/23/2008 - A $200 art grant from the Community Foundation of East Mississippi helped establish a summer art enrichment workshop at Lamar School.

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Scruggs to Serve Time in Kentucky

Updated: 07/23/2008 - Mississippi attorney Dickie Scruggs has been ordered to serve his five-year sentence for attempting to bribe a state judge at a federal prison in Ashland, Ky.

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Gas and Violence Among Hurricane Worries

Posted: 07/23/2008 - Nearly one-fourth of people in areas affected by Hurricane Katrina would refuse to evacuate for a storm if told to, a survey released Wednesday by Harvard University found.

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Hurricane Dolly Slams Into Texas With 100 mph Winds

Posted: 07/23/2008 - Hurricane Dolly gathered strength and slammed into the South Texas coast Wednesday with punishing rain and winds of 100 mph, blowing down signs, damaging an apartment complex and knocking out power to thousands.

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Mexican Soldiers Help As Dolly Hits

Posted: 07/23/2008 - Mexican soldiers made a last-minute attempt to rescue people at the mouth of the Rio Grande early Wednesday as Hurricane Dolly's leading edge hit the Gulf coast.

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