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Locals Pray for Leaders, Nation

Posted: 05/03/2007 - A group gathered in downtown Meridian Thursday to participate in National Day of Prayer.

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Derailment Probe Continues

Posted: 05/03/2007 - A 650 foot-long, 10-foot high railroad trestle that collapsed under a train hauling segments of space shuttle booster rockets had reopened only hours earlier after repairs.

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Union City Judge Reprimanded

Updated: 05/03/2007 - The Mississippi Supreme Court has suspended a city judge in Union after a complaint was filed over alleged "ticket fixing".

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Pet Food Recall Expanded

Posted: 05/03/2007 - Pet food manufacturer, Menu Foods, is expanding its earlier recalls because tainted products may have also affected other items.

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Dorm Fire at JSU Attributed to Arson

Updated: 05/03/2007 - A Thursday morning fire at a Jackson State University dorm prompted an evacuation of more than 600 students.

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U.S. Attorney General Visits Mississippi

Posted: 05/02/2007 - Alberto Gonzales met with state public safety, education and mental health officials to discuss response to shootings, such as one recently at Virginia Tech.

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Wednesday's Child

Posted: 05/02/2007 - Plaze is looking for a family that will include his protective older sisters.

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Residents Pray for Nation

Posted: 05/02/2007 - A group of people gathered in Dumont Plaza in Meridian Wednesday, to prepare for The National Day of Prayer.

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Two Sentenced in Sumter Church Fires

Updated: 05/02/2007 - Two people who pleaded guilty to burning two churches in Sumter County in 2006 appeared in a Livingston courtroom Wednesday.

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Capital Murder Trial Ends

Updated: 05/02/2007 - A jury reached a verdict Wednesday afternoon in the capital murder trial of Shaun Singleton.

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Train Derails in West Alabama

Updated: 05/02/2007 - A train derailed in Marengo County, near the Choctaw County line, Wednesday morning. It was hauling parts of solid rocket boosters for NASA.

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Gulfport Man Taking Steps Against Poverty

Updated: 05/01/2007 - A Mississippi man, who says he's been homeless since Hurricane Katrina destroyed his Gulfport home, is walking to Washington, D.C., to protest poverty.

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Boler's Inn Back and Better Than Ever

Posted: 05/01/2007 - An historical landmark in Union reopened this weekend. The Boler's Inn Foundation has restored the pre-Civil War home to its original state.

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Jury Hears Capital Murder Case

Updated: 05/01/2007 - More than a year and a half after the murder of Elmer Dobbins, one of the people suspected of causing his death is on trial in Clarke County.

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MCC Hosts Annual Job Fair

Posted: 05/01/2007 - Businesses visited the campus of Meridian Community College to try to connect with potential employees.

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Council Discusses Dog Ordinance

Updated: 05/01/2007 - It appears the Meridian City Council is nearing a plan of action to deal with breeds of dogs considered "dangerous".

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Candidate Pushes for Voter ID

Updated: 05/01/2007 - Lawmakers could soon make a second trip back to the state Capitol for another special session if one senator gets his way.

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