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Suspect Sought in Sexual Assault

Updated: 01/25/2008 - Meridian and Lauderdale County law enforcement officials are investigating the kidnapping and sexual assault of a 16-year-old girl.

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State Senate Passes "Sunshine Law"

Posted: 01/25/2008 - With the goal of making state government more open and transparent, the Mississippi Senate passed its first significant legislation of the year.

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Learning Can Be A Science

Posted: 01/25/2008 - T.J. Harris Elementary School will take thirty-eight students to the regional science fair in Starkville.

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Students Spell S-U-C-C-E-S-S

Updated: 01/25/2008 - Meridian Public Schools' sixth graders competed in the district-wide spelling bee Friday morning.

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MBN Conducts Undercover Drug Sting

Posted: 01/25/2008 - The Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics said Friday that multiple arrests were made in an 18-month drug investigation in Scott County.

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Barbour Says He Wants to Cut Taxes

Updated: 01/25/2008 - During his State of the State speech, Gov. Haley Barbour received loud applause when he said he didn't raise taxes in his first term. Now he says he wants to cut taxes.

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MDOT Warns About Icy Conditions

Posted: 01/25/2008 - The Mississippi Department of Transportation advises motorists to be careful of potentially slick roads Friday and into Saturday morning due to a mix of rain and sleet.

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Hood Ordered to Testify

Posted: 01/24/2008 - A federal judge has ruled that Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood must testify in a lawsuit filed by State Farm Fire.

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Metro Stands Ready

Updated: 01/24/2008 - The Emergystat shut down does not affect Lauderdale County's service, which is a public-private partnership. In fact, Metro is offering a helping hand to others.

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Counties Make Emergency Plans

Updated: 01/25/2008 - Ambulance service in 23 Mississippi counties was threatened by the shut down of Emergystat late Wednesday. But emergency management agencies and counties came up with at least temporary solutions.

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Pill Has Multiple Benefits?

Updated: 01/25/2008 - Could a pill that's designed to treat type 2 diabetes also be the first anti-aging drug? The pills are based on a substance in, of all things, red wine.

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MDA Announces Grants

Posted: 01/24/2008 - The Mississippi Development Authority awarded $4 million to fourteen communities for capital improvements and community development.

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Innocence Project Pushes for DNA Preservation

Posted: 01/24/2008 - The justice system is expected to send criminals to prison and exonerate those who are not guilty. But what happens to people wrongfully convicted? And could state law help the innocent?

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United Way Reaches 80%

Updated: 01/24/2008 - The United Way of East Mississippi and West Alabama has come closer to reaching its goal of $900,000.

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Emergystat Shuts Down

Updated: 01/24/2008 - Emergystat Ambulance Service shut down in 23 Mississippi counties at midnight Wednesday, at least temporarily.

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Reward Offered in Arson Cases

Updated: 01/23/2008 - Lauderdale County authorities are looking for help through Crimestoppers in solving a pair of arson cases in 2007.

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Market Nervous, But Long-Term Record Good

Updated: 01/23/2008 - Fear of a national economic slowdown is causing some nervousness on Wall Street. But the former head of MSU's business department says there's not much need for worry.

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Hitt Named to Tax Study Commission

Posted: 01/23/2008 - Gov. Haley Barbour has appointed a Lauderdale County supervisor to help study Mississippi's tax system.

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Hood Outlines His 2008 Agenda

Updated: 01/23/2008 - Mississippi's attorney general met with the Senate Judiciary B Committee Wednesday to lay out his requests for funding.

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