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Astronauts Take Another Spacewalk For Tamer Job

Posted: 07/15/2008 - The space station's two Russian astronauts stepped outside for the second time in less than a week Tuesday, taking a spacewalk that promised to be tame compared to last week's work with explosives.

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Bertha Becomes Longest Lived July Storm

Posted: 07/15/2008 - Tropical Storm Bertha headed back out over open ocean and away from the U.S. mainland Tuesday after it battered Bermuda, knocking out electricity to thousands on the Atlantic tourist island.

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Manning to Leave Superintendent Post

Updated: 07/15/2008 - Some leadership changes will be coming to the Neshoba County School District next year, as superintendent V.C. Manning will be stepping down.

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Wildfires Bring Demand For Private Firefighters

Posted: 07/15/2008 - Business is booming for private firefighting companies as drought and soaring temperatures combine to create one of the worst fire seasons in years across the West.

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Manhattan Project Waste Heads to New Mexico

Nuclear Waste Trial

Updated: 07/15/2008 - Motorists in Alabama and Mississippi could soon be sharing the highway with nuclear waste generated decades ago in developing the first atomic bomb.

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Welfare Check by Deputy Pays Off

Updated: 07/15/2008 - A Lauderdale County deputy checked on an elderly resident Monday, at the request of her family, and may have saved her life.

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Gas Theft On the Rise

Updated: 07/15/2008 - More than a half dozen company vans for Satellites Unlimited were damaged when someone drilled holes in all of the gas tanks.

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Oil Prices Stay High

Posted: 07/15/2008 - Filling up your car has never cost more. And there's no relief is in sight from overseas.

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Lawyers Begin Sentences in August

Posted: 07/15/2008 - There is no word yet on where Richard "Dickie" Scruggs, who pleaded guilty to attempting to bribe a judge, will serve his five-year sentence. But two co-defendants will serve time in Arkansas and Florida.

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Group to Honor Pickering, Thompson

Updated: 07/15/2008 - Mississippi U.S. representatives Chip Pickering and Bennie Thompson will be honored with Lewis-Houghton Leadership Award.

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VW Chooses Chattanooga for Plant

Posted: 07/15/2008 - The decision by Volkswagen to build a car plant in Tennessee rather than north Alabama was met with mixed feelings in Alabama.

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Bermuda Launches Cleanup As Storm Heads To Sea

Posted: 07/15/2008 - Tropical Storm Bertha headed back out over open ocean and away from the U.S. mainland Tuesday after it battered Bermuda, knocking out electricity to thousands on the Atlantic tourist island.

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LSU Part of Study of Icy Earth

Posted: 07/15/2008 - According to LSU-supported research, Earth may have been completely covered in ice many millions of years ago.

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EPA Experts Detail Global Warming's Health Risks

Posted: 07/15/2008 - Government scientists detailed a rising death toll from heat waves, wildfires, disease and smog caused by global warming in an analysis the White House buried so it could avoid regulating greenhouse gases.

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NASA Engineers Work On Alternative Moon Rocket

Posted: 07/15/2008 - These dissenting scientists and their backers insist they have created an alternative rocket that would be safer, cheaper and easier to build than the two Ares spacecraft that will replace the space shuttle.

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Soaked Parts of California Fear Further Mudslides

Posted: 07/15/2008 - Officials urged residents in low-lying areas near a lakeside community to leave Monday because of danger from mudslides and flash floods near wildfire-scarred land.

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Nebraska Governor Learns Agriculture In Europe

Posted: 07/15/2008 - Nebraska Gov. Dave Heineman will travel to Brussels this fall to address European Union officials he says are reconsidering the union's ban on importing beef treated with growth hormones.

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Arkansas Cotton Growers Hope For Good Weather

Posted: 07/15/2008 - Arkansas cotton growers, who had to wait to plant this year because of a cool and rainy spring, are watching the weather and keeping an eye out for pests as they hope the crop will mature enough for a good harvest.

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Alaska Volcano Spews Huge Ash Plume For 3rd Day

Posted: 07/15/2008 - Lonnie Kennedy was taking everything in stride after he and his family were rescued from their cattle ranch near an erupting volcano. The mountain, on the other hand, remained agitated, spewing out a huge plume of ash more than 6 miles high.

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