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Officer Killed Follow-Up

Updated: 10/27/2005 - The case of a man charged with killing an officer in Waynesboro is set to go before a grand jury next year.

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Former Governor Indicted

Updated: 10/26/2005 - A federal grand jury has indicted former Alabama Gov. Don Siegelman, ex-HealthSouth Chief Richard Scrushy and two others on charges of bribery and extortion.

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Burned Body Identified

Updated: 10/26/2005 - Dental records confirm the body found in a burned out chicken house in Newton County is that of a missing Illinois woman.

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Walk Canceled But Work Continues

Updated: 10/26/2005 - Even though the Alzheimer's Association Annual Memory Walk was canceled due to Hurricane Katrina, the work of the organization still has support.

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MAEC Pushing Ahead

Updated: 10/26/2005 - The Mississippi Arts and Entertainment Center is an expensive project. But with the national spotlight focused on Mississippi, officials say more funding could result.

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Avery Dennison Looks at Layoffs

Updated: 10/26/2005 - Avery Dennison plans to layoff hundreds of workers at its operations worldwide by the end of the year.

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Medicare Changes

Updated: 10/26/2005 - Starting next year, drug companies will begin offering insurance coverage for prescription drugs to Medicare recipients.

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State, Local Officials Probe Mystery

Updated: 10/25/2005 - State officials are assisting the Newton County Sheriff's Department in identifying a body found in a burned chicken house.

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Trick-or-Treating Next Monday

Updated: 10/25/2005 - The city of Meridian released a statement clarifying when trick-or-treating is allowed inside the city.

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Stennis Legacy Lives On

Updated: 10/25/2005 - Legendary U.S. Sen. John C. Stennis served the state of Mississippi for more than four decades. A ship that bears his name offered up a different kind of service to the late senator's constituents.

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Gas Prices

Updated: 10/25/2005 - Over the last few days you've probably noticed a drop in prices at the pump. The question now is how low will they go? Here's the answer.

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Katrina Fraud

Updated: 10/24/2005 - Along with the good often comes the bad, and that's what Red Cross officials in Meridian are finding out in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. Currently, hundreds of cases of fraud are under investigation, and in the end many people may get more than they bargained for.

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Dale to Insurers: "Pay Claims Faster"

Updated: 10/23/2005 - Mississippi's insurance commissioner advises consumers to verify their damage claims and also be patient with their insurance carriers.

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More Arrests in Hurricane Fraud

Updated: 10/23/2005 - Three people have been charged in Texas for making false claims for damage and losses due to Hurricane Katrina.

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Panel Examines Privacy Issue

Updated: 10/23/2005 - A commission in Alabama will consider removing victim information in police reports from public view.

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Storm Hits Historic Preservation

Updated: 10/23/2005 - Historic preservation leaders will tour the Mississippi Gulf Coast Monday to gauge the damage caused by Hurricane Katrina.

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Gas Prices Drop Fast

Updated: 10/21/2005 - Filling up at the pump seems to be getting a little less stressful than it was just a couple of weeks ago.

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Gun Displayed at School

Updated: 10/21/2005 - A Louisiana man was arrested for allegedly brandishing a gun at a Lauderdale County school Thursday night.

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Fourth Suspect Charged in Escape

Updated: 10/21/2005 - A fourth suspect has been charged in the escape of two inmates from the East Mississippi Correctional Facility.

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Report Indicates FEMA Overpaid

Updated: 10/21/2005 - A Florida newspaper says the Federal Emergency Management Agency issued overpayments of at least $174 million in its rush to help Hurricane Katrina victims.

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Three Indicted in Teen's Murder

Updated: 10/21/2005 - Three people authorities say were connected to the death of a meridian teenager were arraigned Friday in Clarke County.

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Burn Ban

Updated: 10/21/2005 - As many watch Hurricane Wilma, residents in Mississippi are being advised not to forget Hurricane Katrina.

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Crash Claims Driver

Updated: 10/20/2005 - A fatal wreck in Kemper County is under investigation.

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Recovery Is a Long Road

Updated: 10/20/2005 - The cleanup from Hurricane Katrina continues almost eight weeks after the storm and recovery centers remain open to help citizens.

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