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Alabama Passes Amendments

Posted: 06/06/2007 - Gov. Bob Riley called the passage of Amendments One and Two on the ballot Tuesday "a great victory for Alabama."

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Testimony in Seale Trial Brings Surprise

Posted: 06/06/2007 - A witness in the James Ford Seale kidnapping trial admitted participating in the beating of Henry Dee and Charles Moore, and also surprised all present for day two of the trial.

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Indian Casinos Set Record

Updated: 06/05/2007 - More than 200 Native American tribes operating gaming facilities raked in $25 billion in 2006.

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Dean Candidate Visits Meridian

Updated: 06/05/2007 - The community is getting a chance to meet the people who are finalists for the job of dean at Mississippi State University, Meridian campus.

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Fatal Fire Probe Continues

Updated: 06/05/2007 - Investigators have not yet verified the cause of a fire that claimed the lives of a Meridian couple early Saturday.

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Burn Ban Lifted But Danger Remains

Updated: 06/05/2007 - Lauderdale County lifted a burn ban Monday, but some controlled burns spread Tuesday, doing some minor damage.

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Council Grants Business Request

Posted: 06/05/2007 - Work on the new Drury Inn in Meridian has been going on for the last three weeks. The company plans to open in about a year.

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Two Cold Cases End with Plea Bargain

Updated: 06/06/2007 - A scheduled murder trial in Lauderdale County Circuit Court never began Tuesday, because the suspect decided to accept a plea bargain.

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MPD Cold Case Unit Making Strides

Updated: 06/05/2007 - The Meridian Police Department is making progress in cracking decades-old unsolved murders, often called cold cases.

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MVSU Professors Fired

Posted: 06/05/2007 - Two professors at Mississippi Valley State University have been fired. At least one claims it was done in retaliation.

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Testimony Underway in Seale Trial

Updated: 06/05/2007 - The prosecution and defense presented their cases to a jury Monday, in the federal kidnapping trial of James Ford Seale. Then the prosecution began calling witnesses.

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Bonita Lakes Mall Evacuated

Updated: 06/05/2007 - A suspicious noise caused Bonita Lakes Mall to be cleared Monday evening.

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LCSO Looks for Input

Updated: 06/05/2007 - An accreditation agency examining the Lauderdale County Sheriff's Department will accept public comment this week.

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Wreck Kills Child

Posted: 06/04/2007 - A child was killed in a Sunday accident that also caused serious injuries to at least one other passenger.

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Supervisors Haggle Over Bids

Posted: 06/04/2007 - When governments need to purchase new equipment, it's done through the bidding process. But officials say the lowest bid is not always the best.

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Burn Ban Lifted

Updated: 06/04/2007 - Lauderdale County has allowed its burn ban to expire. But fire officials still advise extreme caution when burning.

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Milk Prices Rising

Updated: 06/04/2007 - June is National Dairy Month but the price for a gallon of milk may not have you celebrating. Right now, milk costs more than a gallon of gasoline.

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IRS Warns Taxpayers About E-mail Scam

Posted: 06/04/2007 - The Internal Revenue Service says it's not sending unsolicited e-mails telling people they are being investigated by the agency.

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Alabama Voters Go to Polls Tuesday

Posted: 06/04/2007 - Officials in Alabama say they expect a small turnout for Tuesday's statewide referendum on bonds for a German steel plant near Mobile.

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Seale Trial Continues in Jackson

Updated: 06/04/2007 - Prosecutors in the James Ford Seale kidnapping trial say a former daughter-in-law of the defendant is among the possible witnesses. Seale is charged with kidnapping two black teenagers in 1964, who were later found murdered.

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