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Murder Charge

Updated: 07/27/2004 - Bond has been set for a man charged with a murder earlier this month in Noxubee County.

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Safety Upgrades Planned

Updated: 07/26/2004 - A joint project of the Mississippi Department of Transportation and Kansas City Southern Railroad could affect all public railroad crossings from Meridian to Vicksburg.

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The Spreading of America's Game

Updated: 07/26/2004 - Baseball may have its roots here in America, but it is widely popular around the world, especially in Japan.

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Mississippi Establishes Cold Case Unit

Updated: 07/26/2004 - Mississippi has become one of the first states in the south to establish a cold case unit to investigate unsolved cases, including high-profile murders.

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FBI Investigates "Leak"

Updated: 07/26/2004 - The FBI is trying to determine who leaked a sealed federal indictment to the alleged ringleader of a multimillion dollar drug ring.

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Democratic Convention Underway

Updated: 07/26/2004 - The Democratic National Convention has begun in Boston. Melba Clark of Meridian is a delegate.

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Prescription Drug Costs

Updated: 07/26/2004 - A new study shows that the burden of mounting prescription drug costs is heaviest in poorer, sicker states. Mississippi and Alabama are among those the list.

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Missing Person

Updated: 07/26/2004 - A Philadelphia family is asking for your help in locating a missing teenager.

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Boil Water Notice

Updated: 07/26/2004 - A boil water advisory has been issued for customers of the Rose Hill Water Association in Jasper County.

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Black Farmers Seek to Inform

Updated: 07/25/2004 - A national group of black farmers made a stop in Hattiesburg Saturday to inform landowners or their heirs about a lawsuit they say thousands were left out of.

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Junior Miss Contestants Descend on Meridian

Updated: 07/25/2004 - Forty-one contestants from all over the state of Mississippi have come to Meridian. They are gearing up for the annual state Junior Miss Competition, which will start later this week.

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Weekend Accidents: One Dead and Two Injured

Updated: 07/25/2004 - Severe weather and high speeds are said to blame for several accidents over the weekend that have left two people injured and one dead.

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Local Delegate Heads to Boston

Updated: 07/25/2004 - The Democratic National Convention is set to begin in Boston Monday morning. Sunday, one of our won delegates departed for the weeklong event.

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Abortion Law Nixed

Updated: 07/25/2004 - A federal judge has blocked Mississippi from enforcing a new law that bars late term abortions in abortion clinics.

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Supporting Mississippi Troops

Updated: 07/25/2004 - Four thousand Mississippians in the Army National Guard are preparing for mobilization for duty in Iraq, but Saturday was full of celebration thanks to unlikely supporters.

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Beating a Headache

Updated: 07/23/2004 - Painful headaches don't have to ruin your day. There may be ways you can get relief.

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VFW Salutes MIDD-Meridian

Updated: 07/23/2004 - Workers at MIDD-Meridian enjoyed an annual tradition Friday. They chilled out with watermelon provided by VFW post 79.

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Deputy Back at Work

Updated: 07/23/2004 - A deputy involved in a shooting earlier this week returned to work Friday.

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Suspect Sought

Updated: 07/23/2004 - Wayne County authorities are asking for the public's help in locating Kenny Lee Suggs.

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Judge Blocks Late-Term Abortions

Updated: 07/23/2004 - A federal judge Friday blocked Mississippi from enforcing a new law that bars late-term abortions at clinics, instead requiring patients to go to hospitals or outpatient surgical facilities.

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Meridian Regional Buys Key Brothers

Updated: 07/23/2004 - Meridian Regional Airport has made a purchase that sets it apart from other commercial airports in the state.

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Children First: Enrichment Camp

Updated: 07/03/2006 - Twenty-five children are learning while having fun, participating in a week-long enrichment camp.

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Riley Wraps European Tour

Updated: 07/22/2004 - Gov. Bob Riley said Thursday that a German flooring company is close to deciding it will build a plant in either Oxford or Fort Payne, Ala.

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