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Pryor Appointment Could Surface Again

Updated: 11/05/2004 - The recess appointment of former Alabama Attorney General Bill Pryor could be made permanent in the near future.

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Lawmakers Have Full Plate

Updated: 11/05/2004 - Gov. Haley Barbour's call for a special legislative session on economic development includes $10 million for a proposed east Mississippi company.

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Santa Ready for Duty

Updated: 11/05/2004 - Santa Claus has now made Bonita Lakes Mall his temporary home, at least through Christmas Eve.

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Outdated Language Remains for Time Being

Updated: 11/05/2004 - A proposed amendment in Alabama would, if approved, remove the language "separate but equal schools" from the state constitution, but wording of the amendment raised other concerns.

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Good News on Flu Vaccine

Updated: 11/05/2004 - As the nation continues to cope with a flu shot shortage, there's good news for the twin states. With that there are some important things that you need to know.

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Crime Numbers Mixed

Updated: 11/04/2004 - The FBI's uniform crime report for 2003 shows good news and bad news for Meridian and Lauderdale County.

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Keeping Bombs Away

Updated: 11/04/2004 - Business people and others were educated in how to handle bomb threats Thursday.

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The Presidential Election and Faith

Updated: 11/04/2004 - Post-election analysis indicates religious faith had a huge impact in the reelection of George W. Bush.

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Barbour Calls Special Session

Updated: 11/04/2004 - Gov. Haley Barbour has called Mississippi lawmakers back to the Capitol for a special session on economic development bonds.

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Deputy Shooting

Updated: 11/04/2004 - A standoff in Leake County has left one man dead.

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Police Probe Death

Updated: 11/03/2004 - Meridian police are investigating the discovery of a hanging body Wednesday morning.

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Local Counties Went for Bush and Kerry

Updated: 11/03/2004 - Mississippi's and Alabama's 2004 electoral votes went to President Bush, but some individual counties chose Sen. Kerry.

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Smoking Law Under Fire

Updated: 11/03/2004 - Restaurant and night club operators in Meridian say they had no advance notice the city council was considering a no-smoking ordinance for public places.

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Drug Arrest

Updated: 11/03/2004 - Livingston police have made an arrest in an ongoing drug investigation.

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Voter Turnout Sets High Standard

Updated: 11/03/2004 - The numbers are in, and as expected, there was record turnout at the polls in the twin states Tuesday.

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Contested Races in Twin States

Updated: 11/03/2004 - Alabama had contested races for U.S. House of Representatives and U.S. Senate, plus some state and local amendments on the ballot. There were also contested races in east Mississippi, involving school boards and election commissioners.

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Mississippi Supreme Court Races

Updated: 11/03/2004 - Incumbents won in Mississippi Supreme Court races, but there is a runoff in one central district race.

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Mississippi House Races

Updated: 11/03/2004 - All four of Mississippi's incumbent congressmen won reelection, easily turning aside challengers in contests that at times were overshadowed by the presidential race.

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Council Passes No-Smoking Ordinance

Updated: 11/02/2004 - The Meridian City Council has passed a no-smoking ordinance that affects many public places and private businesses.

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Meridian Projects Still Moving

Updated: 11/02/2004 - The Meridian City Council was briefed Tuesday on the status of storm cleanup and paving projects.

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