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Jordan Appeal Rejected

Updated: 07/28/2005 - The Mississippi Supreme Court has refused to reconsider the appeal of death row inmate, Kelvin Jordan, convicted of two murders in Clarke County.

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Amtrak Bill Takes a Step

Updated: 07/28/2005 - One day after its introduction, the U.S. Senate reported to the floor the Amtrak reform reauthorization bill.

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Blood Shortage

Updated: 07/28/2005 - As local blood donations continue to lag, many might argue that donating blood takes too much time. However, if local donations don't pick up, it could cost you something worth much more!

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Probe Focuses on Pond

Updated: 07/27/2005 - Investigators trying to determine what happened to Natalee Holloway focused Wednesday on a pond near where the Mississippi native was last seen nearly two months ago.

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Rooster Bridge Still Crowin'

Updated: 07/27/2005 - Demopolis is the site of the final connecting link in the "Dixie Overland Highway."

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Political Figures Take Stage

Updated: 07/27/2005 - The Neshoba County Fair always features political figures at the stump on Founder's Square. Even though this is not an election year, the event still drew interest.

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Arrests Made in Homicide

Updated: 07/27/2005 - An elderly man was found dead outside his home in Clarke County, Miss., Wednesday. Authorities later made arrests.

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Resident Concerned Over Violence

Updated: 07/27/2005 - A Meridian mother is asking for help after having gunshots fired into her daughter's room.

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Update on Aruba Investigation

Updated: 07/26/2005 - Aruban authorities drained a lake Tuesday as part of the Natalee Holloway case.

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Mosquito Control Modified

Updated: 07/26/2005 - A four-year-old program to spray for mosquitoes in Lauderdale County has been cut back.

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Beating the Heat Important

Updated: 07/26/2005 - As a heat wave continues to grip the nation, how is it affecting us here at home?

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Demopolis Sets Sights on Industry

Updated: 07/26/2005 - Some communities in west Alabama are finding it difficult just to survive, so why is Demopolis thriving?

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Unit Returns From Iraq

Updated: 07/26/2005 - There was both joy and sadness at the homecoming of the 2101 Transportation Company of the Alabama National Guard.

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Reward Raised to $1 Million

Updated: 07/25/2005 - Aruba has brought in new experts and is consulting with the FBI in the Natalee Holloway disappearance. The reward has now reached $1 million.

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Rural Hospital Growing

Updated: 07/25/2005 - One of the largest employers in west Alabama is planning to add more jobs.

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HUD Identifies Discrepancies

Updated: 07/25/2005 - Some renters in Mississippi who receive public housing assistance may soon get letters telling them to repay some of the money.

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2005 Junior Miss Underway

Updated: 07/25/2005 - What could be the last Mississippi's Junior Miss week ever has begun in Meridian.

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Teaching Value of Volunteering

Updated: 07/25/2005 - AmeriCorps representatives helped teacher assistants tackle student reading problems.

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Galatas Welcomed Home

Updated: 07/24/2005 - Sgt. First Class Norris Galatas of Meridian, a member of the 150th Engineer Battalion who was seriously injured in Iraq in April, returned home to a hero's welcome.

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Heat Causes Concern

Updated: 09/09/2005 - The National Weather Service issued a warning about heat levels over the weekend.

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Taylor: "Keesler Will Survive"

Updated: 07/24/2005 - Congressman Gene Taylor expects Keesler Medical Center to be removed from the federal base closing panel's list for "realignment."

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BRAC Hears Meridian's Side

Updated: 07/22/2005 - Meridian had its opportunity to defend the 186th Air Refueling Wing at a hearing in New Orleans Friday.

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Aruban Leader Makes Request

Updated: 07/22/2005 - The leader of Aruba has urged police there to hand over to the FBI all documents in the Natalee Holloway disappearance case.

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New Twist Surfaces in Civil Rights Case

Updated: 07/22/2005 - According to a Kentucky lawyer, his client purchased two guns from a former suspect in the 1964 civil rights slayings.

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