More Headlines

Post-Katrina, Debris Still Lines Streets

Updated: 05/11/2006 - Debris from Hurricane Katrina in Meridian is apparently much worse than first thought. The city council learned Tuesday there is still a lot of work to do.

Read More

Texas Deaths - Local Evacuees

Updated: 10/04/2005 - As many locals continue to recover from Hurricane Katrina there are some others in the area who are still trying to recover from the wrath of Rita.

Read More

FEMA Warns Against Fraud

Updated: 05/11/2006 - The Federal Emergency Management Agency has issued a warning to people considering making false claims for disaster assistance.

Read More

Casino Bill Approved

Updated: 10/03/2005 - Mississippi lawmakers have voted to allow casinos to move onto dry land.

Read More

No Flu Shortage Expected

Updated: 10/03/2005 - Mississippi health officials say there is no reason to expect a shortage of flu vaccine in the state.

Read More

It's Fair Time!

Updated: 10/03/2005 - The Queen City Fair is underway through the weekend at the Lauderdale County Agricenter.

Read More

County Sees Bleak Future

Updated: 10/03/2005 - Residents and agencies are still feeling the financial fury of Hurricane Katrina.

Read More

MDOT Warns of Traffic Delays

Updated: 10/03/2005 - The Mississippi Department of Transportation announced Monday that traffic delays can be expected on I-20 in Warren County.

Read More

Special Session Continues

Updated: 10/03/2005 - Mississippi's coastal casinos are ready to rebuild, but first, lawmakers have to decide where.

Read More

Slain Officer Remembered

Updated: 10/02/2005 - Family and friends and a large number of police officers gathered in Waynesboro this weekend to pay tribute to Corporal James C. "Jamie" Walker, who was killed in the line of duty.

Read More

Storm Damage Reviewed on Coast

Updated: 05/11/2006 - A review of damage to the Mississippi Gulf Coast indicated construction quality played a role in the level of storm damage from Hurricane Katrina.

Read More

Lawmakers Still Have Full Agenda

Updated: 10/02/2005 - Mississippi legislators still have plenty of heavy lifting this week as they resume their special session on Hurricane Katrina recovery.

Read More

Bill Headed Back for Another Vote

Updated: 10/02/2005 - The Alabama Legislature's regular session opens in January, but already a majority in the House and Senate are prepared to pass a bill protecting unborn babies.

Read More

Mississippi Will Rise Again

Updated: 10/02/2005 - Celebrities from virtually every field of entertainment gathered in Mississippi for a fundraiser to benefit the Mississippi victims of Hurricane Katrina.

Read More

Wall of Hope Moved

Updated: 10/02/2005 - A "Wall of Hope" with messages for Natalee Holloway, who went missing in Aruba, has been taken down outside a church and placed in storage.

Read More

Mississippi: "Thanks, Ya'll"

Updated: 09/30/2005 - Interstate banners hung across the state of Mississippi send a message to one and all that the state appreciates the help of volunteers, after Hurricane Katrina struck.

Read More

Tough Alabama Law in Effect

Updated: 09/30/2005 - Convicted sex offenders in Alabama face the toughest punishment in the nation because of a new law.

Read More

Montgomery Makes Generous Donation

Updated: 09/30/2005 - The Key Chapter of the American Red Cross received a $5,000 gift Friday from a man who has been giving for decades.

Read More

A Meal Out Is Helping Out

Updated: 09/30/2005 - On Wednesday, Oct. 5, more than 15,000 restaurants will band together for hurricane relief. It's called "Dine for America."

Read More

I-10 Opens to Traffic

Updated: 09/30/2005 - Only 20 days after work began to repair the hurricane-damaged section of I-10 in Jackson County, Miss., the Mississippi Department of Transportation will re-open the eastbound lanes.

Read More

FEMA Office Opens

Updated: 09/30/2005 - If you are still trying to get in contact with FEMA here's some good news for you! The agency has opened up another office in our area.

Read More

Supervisors: "No New Taxes"

Updated: 09/29/2005 - Lauderdale County supervisors voted on Thursday not to raise taxes for the new fiscal year.

Read More

Heart Condition Claims Athlete

Updated: 09/29/2005 - A heart condition that prevented a possible college football prospect from playing his senior year has claimed the life of Jimmy Robinson.

Read More

Mississippi Moving Past the Criticism

Updated: 09/29/2005 - For all the problems associated with Hurricane Katrina and with FEMA, Mississippi officials are not jumping on the bandwagon of criticism.

Read More

Children First: WPSE News on the Air

Updated: 07/03/2006 - Morning announcements are a typical start to a school day. At Poplar Springs Elementary in Meridian, the announcements are also a chance for the kids to get involved.

Read More
WTOK-TV 815 23rd Ave Meridian, Ms. 39301 Phone: (601) 693-1441
Gray Television, Inc. - Copyright © 2002-2014 - Designed by Gray Digital Media - Powered by Clickability