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Hope Rises Above the Ruins

Updated: 10/14/2005 - Rebuilding the Mississippi Gulf Coast will take lots of time and money, but there is a sense of hope there.

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Woman Arrested for Alleged Fraud

Updated: 10/14/2005 - A Mississippi woman has been charged with fraud over an alleged claim for an undamaged apartment that she had already vacated.

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Missing Persons Hotline Open

Updated: 10/14/2005 - A missing person's hotline has been established in Mississippi and officials have again updated the death toll in the state.

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Price Gouging Charge Filed

Updated: 10/14/2005 - A Sumter County, Ala., man has been indicted by a grand jury on a charge of price gouging on gasoline.

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FEMA Urges Filing for Insured Customers

Updated: 10/13/2005 - FEMA disaster help will be limited for insured residents and businesses, unless a claim is filed on the private insurance.

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Building a Future

Updated: 10/13/2005 - Six weeks after Hurricane Katrina, some families displaced by the storm are deciding to put down permanent roots in a new place, and many are in Meridian.

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Barbour Set to Sign Bill

Updated: 10/13/2005 - Gov. Haley Barbour plans to sign controversial onshore gaming bills Monday in Gulfport.

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Loans Tailored for Storm Victims

Updated: 10/13/2005 - One of the nation's largest mortgage investors will launch a billion dollar program for low-interest loans to help homeowners recover from Hurricane Katrina.

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Children First: Christmas With a Cop

Updated: 07/03/2006 - It's only the middle of October, but the Meridian Police Benevolent Association is getting ready for Christmas.

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Beaten Suspect Pleads Not Guilty

Updated: 10/12/2005 - A man who was arrested in New Orleans, and seen on tape being punched by officers, has pleaded not guilty to the charge of public drunkenness.

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Teen's Death Under Investigation

Updated: 10/12/2005 - Authorities are waiting on the results of toxicology tests after the death of a teenager at a nightclub.

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Lane Wins House Runoff

Updated: 10/12/2005 - A Waynesboro attorney has won a runoff for Mississippi House District 86.

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Gas Price Probe in New Phase

Updated: 10/12/2005 - Alabama's attorney general has issued more subpoenas in an investigation of alleged price gouging on gasoline.

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Budget Hearings Canceled

Updated: 10/12/2005 - The Mississippi Legislature's customary budget hearings were delayed by Hurricane Katrina, but now have been canceled altogether.

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Wesley House Makes Plea for Help

Updated: 10/12/2005 - An agency in Meridian, known for helping people in need, is asking for your assistance to continue that work.

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Legislative Forum

Updated: 10/12/2005 - A proposal to allow casinos along the Mississippi Gulf Coast to be built 800 feet inland was approved by state lawmakers, but not without controversy.

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Bush Praises Spirit of Rebuilding

Updated: 10/11/2005 - President Bush heralded a spirit of rebuilding on the hurricane-battered Gulf Coast during a visit there Tuesday.

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Scam Artists Pose as A.G. Inspectors

Updated: 10/11/2005 - Attorney Gen. Jim Hood says coastal residents should beware of people who are asking hurricane victims for personal information while posing as inspectors for his office.

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Tucker Supports Red Cross

Updated: 10/11/2005 - Students at Tucker Elementary School gave up their goodies to help victims of the hurricanes.

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La-Z-Boy Working on Recovery

Updated: 10/11/2005 - A tornado spawned by Hurricane Rita slowed down production at La-Z-Boy's operations in Newton, but the company says it's working around the problems.

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Evacuees Exiting Shelters

Updated: 10/11/2005 - President Bush says by the end of this week he wants Hurricane Katrina evacuees out of shelters and into more stable housing. Local officials say they are already on the right track.

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Atmos Warns of Higher Heating Bills

Updated: 10/10/2005 - According to Mississippi's natural gas utility, customers can expect higher natural gas bills this winter.

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Numbers of Missing Decline

Updated: 10/10/2005 - State officials announce that, of the 900 people reported missing immediately after Hurricane Katrina first hit Mississippi, only about 100 are still missing.

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