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Hood's Lawsuit Moved to Federal Court

Updated: 12/21/2006 - A post-Katrina civil lawsuit filed by Mississippi's attorney general against insurance companies has been transferred to federal court on the coast.

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Fordice Says "Thanks"

Posted: 12/21/2006 - Former Mississippi first lady, Pat Fordice, is thanking those who have sent letters and get well cards since her diagnosis of cancer.

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Suspect Nabbed for Robbery

Posted: 12/21/2006 - Police arrested a suspect minutes after he allegedly robbed a Meridian clerk at gunpoint.

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Trio Admits Role in Arson Cases

Posted: 12/20/2006 - Three former college students pleaded guilty Wednesday to federal arson charges in the burning of nine rural Alabama churches.

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New Troopers Graduate

Updated: 12/20/2006 - A new class of Mississippi state troopers graduated Wednesday, but the net gain in the force level is not as much as it seems.

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Man Pleads to Arson Charge

Updated: 12/20/2006 - A suspect has pleaded guilty to starting a fire that destroyed a Salvation Army warehouse.

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Probe Leads to Drug Charges

Posted: 12/20/2006 - The Lauderdale County Sheriff's Department reported the arrests of four people on drug charges after a search warrant was served Wednesday morning.

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Shooting Leaves One Dead

Posted: 12/20/2006 - A shooting Wednesday claimed the life of a woman in Lauderdale County. Several people were taken into custody at the scene. Another man is being sought for questioning.

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Grant to Help Train Firefighters

Updated: 12/20/2006 - The Livingston Volunteer Fire Department and the University of West Alabama have formed a partnership to train firefighters.

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Federal Workers Help United Way

Updated: 12/20/2006 - Federal employees at NAS Meridian have made a large gift to the United Way of East Mississippi.

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Soldier Laid to Rest with Honor

Updated: 12/20/2006 - A local soldier was laid to rest Wednesday. Staff Sgt. Robert Love lost his life in the line of duty in Iraq Dec. 1.

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Families Benefit From Caring

Posted: 12/20/2006 - A network of volunteers is banding together to make Christmas brighter for several families in west Alabama.

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Arson Suspects in Court Wednesday

Updated: 12/20/2006 - Three suspects in a string of Alabama church fires are scheduled to plead guilty to federal charges Wednesday.

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Parking Plan Tabled

Posted: 12/20/2006 - A revised plan for downtown parking in Meridian is still under consideration by the city council.

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MPD Offers Safety Tips

Updated: 12/20/2006 - The Meridian Police Department shares a holiday message and recommends ways that could help make you and your property safer.

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Suspect Sought in Two Separate Crimes

Updated: 12/19/2006 - Police in Philadelphia are asking for the public to help in locating a suspect, wanted on charges of theft and aggravated assault.

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Guard Credit, Debit Cards Closely

Posted: 12/19/2006 - Knowing where your credit and debit cards are at all times may be the best defense against theft.

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Marines Deliver Toys for Children

Posted: 12/19/2006 - The U.S. Marine Corps delivered items it collected during the Toys for Tots campaign to Wesley House on Tuesday.

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Back to the Future

Posted: 12/19/2006 - History is being uncovered at Meridian City Hall, as workers make major changes to restore it to its original state.

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Delta Files Recovery Plan

Posted: 12/19/2006 - Delta Air Lines filed a reorganization plan with the bankruptcy court Tuesday and is opposing an offer by U.S. Airways -to buy it.

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Shippers May Set Record

Posted: 12/18/2006 - Monday marked the busiest day of the year for deliveries of Christmas-related letters and packages.

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