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Bush Tries To Blame Congress For High Energy Costs

Posted: 07/13/2008 - President Bush on Saturday tried to pin the blame on Congress for soaring energy prices and said lawmakers need to lift long-standing restrictions on drilling for oil in pristine lands and offshore tracts believed to hold huge reserves of fuel.

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Earthquake Hits New Zealand

Posted: 07/13/2008 - A government-owned agency says a moderately strong earthquake has rocked New Zealand's southern region - but there are no immediate reports of injury or damage.

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Volcano erupts, fishing boat rescues 10 people

Posted: 07/13/2008 - A fishing vessel rescued 10 people after a volcano erupted, sending rocks and ash down on a cattle ranch on a remote island in the Aleutian Islands of Alaska.

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Calif. mudslide damages more than 50 homes

Posted: 07/13/2008 - A huge mudslide has significantly damaged more than 50 homes and forced the evacuation of those living in them in the California town of Independence on the eastern side of the Sierra Nevada.

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Heavy rains complicate Calif. firefighting efforts

Posted: 07/13/2008 - Violent thunderstorms brought rain bursts that modestly helped firefighting efforts Sunday, but the downpours also triggered mudslides that complicated California's unfolding wildfire disaster.

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Justice Conflict

Updated: 07/13/2008 - A Mississippi Supreme Court justice says he did nothing wrong when he recently ruled in favor of a bank in which he owns stock.

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Crews stamp out flames in Paradise, Calif. blaze

Posted: 07/13/2008 - Many firefighters and homeowners were able to take a collective breath Sunday morning as another town appeared to have been spared from yet another wildfire in the unprecedented California fire season.

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Thunderstorm spawns huge slide in eastern CA

Posted: 07/13/2008 - A huge mudslide has forced nearly a dozen people from their homes in the California town of Independence on the eastern side of the Sierra Nevada.

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Sign of Katrina fatigue? Storm memorial delayed

Posted: 07/13/2008 - Between acres of above-ground tombs that are this marshy city's way to inter the dead, there is a strip of land that is an empty tribute to the victims of Hurricane Katrina.

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Tropical Storm Elida strengthens

Posted: 07/13/2008 - Tropical Storm Elida grew stronger off Mexico's Pacific coast on Sunday, but forecasters said it was not expected to strike land.

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Crews stamp out flames in Paradise, Calif. blaze

Posted: 07/13/2008 - Many firefighters and homeowners were able to take a collective breath Sunday morning as another town appeared to have been spared from yet another wildfire in the unprecedented California fire season.

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Despite Heat Summerfest Goes On

Updated: 07/12/2008 - It was pretty hot out Saturday, but that didn't stop one area church from having an annual Summerfest.

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Bermuda issues tropical storm warning

Posted: 07/12/2008 - Bermuda is preparing for heavy rains and wind this weekend as Hurricane Bertha churned slowly across the Atlantic.

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Fans To Cool Off Those In Need

Updated: 07/12/2008 - The Queen City Horse Riding Club was handing out fans to those in need at Highland Park.

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Other Wolf Hounds Brought In To Find Errol

Posted: 07/12/2008 - The son of lost dog Errol has been brought in to help aid in the search for his father. His family hopes this will help people in Meridian recognize what an Irish wolfhound looks like.

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Beef Plant Case Details

Posted: 07/12/2008 - A businessman facing charges in a beef plant debacle that cost Mississippi taxpayers millions of dollars wants to block the testimony of a witness who admitted paying kickbacks in the case.

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