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Holloways: "Arubans Botched Case"

Updated: 11/03/2005 - Natalee Holloway's family is calling for the removal of three Aruban law enforcement officials who they say ignored promising leads and didn't take the case seriously early on.

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Are Blogs Dangerous?

Updated: 11/03/2005 - The Olamide Adeyooye case is highlighting a relatively new fad called web-blogging, but it also highlights the dangers of putting very personal information on the Internet.

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Get Fit... Don't Quit!

Updated: 11/04/2005 - For those of you who often watch Good Morning Meridian, you know that we LOVE to eat! However, perhaps there's one of us who loves to eat a little more than the others!

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Timing Even More Crucial on Holiday Deliveries

Updated: 11/02/2005 - The holiday season is extremely busy for delivery services. They say it's important for people to mail and ship early to have items arrive on time.

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Annexation Dispute Day Three

Updated: 11/02/2005 - The annexation dispute between the cities of Meridian and Marion is still being heard.

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Nurses Find Hope in Healing

Updated: 11/02/2005 - Because of damage by Hurricane Katrina, the Mississippi Nurses Association had to change directions in more ways than one.

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Neshoba in Recovery and Beyond

Updated: 11/02/2005 - In Neshoba County, hurricane recovery efforts continue, and locals say FEMA was a big help.

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Temporary DRC Locations Set

Updated: 11/02/2005 - Mobile Disaster Recovery Centers will be available in Kemper, Scott, Winston and Yazoo Counties through Nov. 11.

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Annexation Trial

Updated: 11/02/2005 - Wednesday marked day three of the annexation trial involving the city of Meridian and the town of Marion.

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Hotel Robbery

Updated: 11/02/2005 - Two arrests have been made in an early morning robbery in west Alabama.

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Mississippi Soldier Killed in Iraq

Updated: 11/01/2005 - A Mississippi Guard soldier died in Iraq while hit by a roadside bomb on a foot patrol west of Baghdad.

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Hearing Set in Price Gouging Case

Updated: 11/01/2005 - A Sumter County judge will decide next week whether to dismiss a gasoline price gouging charge in Livingston after Hurricane Katrina.

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Evidence Weighed in Mysterious Death

Updated: 11/01/2005 - Despite the fact the car of a slain Illinois co-ed was found in Atlanta, police in Illinois still refuse to connect his arrest there to her death.

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Mayor Testifies for Second Day

Updated: 11/01/2005 - The Meridian annexation trial potentially affecting 1,400 residents in northeast Lauderdale County entered its second day Tuesday.

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Children Honor Saints of Old

Updated: 11/01/2005 - There are no more Halloween ghosts and goblins on the streets, but there were a few children dressed up anyway, this time for "All Saints Day."

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Mississippi Approved for Reimbursement

Updated: 11/01/2005 - According to Mississippi's senators, the state is getting over $56 million in reimbursement from costs associated with Hurricane Katrina.

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Annexation Trial in Progress

Updated: 10/31/2005 - Meridian's annexation trial finally got underway Monday. It's being heard by a special chancellor, with court being conducted at the federal courthouse.

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Shooting Suspect Arrested

Updated: 10/31/2005 - Meridian police charged a suspect in a shooting Sunday afternoon at The Car Wash downtown.

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Lottery Scam Resurfaces

Updated: 10/31/2005 - Scam artists in Canada are apparently targeting people in Mississippi again.

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Slain Student's Car Found

Updated: 10/31/2005 - The missing car of a slain Illinois State University student has been found in Atlanta, where police say a man they may want to question is awaiting extradition to central Illinois on unrelated theft charges.

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Dry Conditions Keep Burn Ban in Place

Updated: 10/31/2005 - The danger of wildfires continues to be strong because of dry conditions and leftover debris from the hurricane.

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Daycare Centers Receive Support

Updated: 10/31/2005 - The Phil Hardin Foundation is helping with technical support and assistance for licensed non-profit child care facilities affected by Hurricane Katrina.

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