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It's All About Image

Updated: 04/22/2004 - It was all about image at the 16th Annual Main Event Thursday. Area businesses came together to celebrate entrepreneurial leadership.

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House Reopens Possibility of Tort Reform

Updated: 04/21/2004 - A move by the Mississippi House of Representatives Wednesday opens the door for more debate on the civil justice system this legislative session.

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Robbery Suspect Charged

Updated: 04/21/2004 - Meridian police made an arrest in a home invasion robbery reported Monday night.

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Tuck Released From Hospital

Updated: 04/22/2004 - Lt. Gov. Amy Tuck is said to be improving after being hospitalized Saturday.

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SBC Concerned About Slow Growth

Updated: 04/20/2004 - The Southern Baptist Convention, the nation's largest Protestant denomination, grew slightly in 2003, but at a slower rate than the previous 12 months.

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Three Bodies Identified

Updated: 04/20/2004 - A U.S. contractor confirmed that three of the four bodies found near an attack on a fuel convoy in Iraq were workers for one of its subsidiaries.

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Tuck Hospitalized

Updated: 04/20/2004 - Mississippi Lt. Gov. Amy Tuck was hospitalized Saturday, suffering nausea and headaches.

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House, Governor Salute Troops

Updated: 04/20/2004 - The Mississippi House of Representatives honored more than 5,000 National Guard soldiers deployed overseas since Sept. 11, 2001.

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Police Hunt for Suspects

Updated: 04/20/2004 - Meridian police say they hope someone has information about a home invasion robbery about 6:30 p.m. Monday.

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Keller Remembered

Updated: 04/20/2004 - Former Lauderdale County Sheriff Everette Keller was buried Tuesday. He died Sunday at his home.

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King Opposes Law Changes

Updated: 04/20/2004 - Alabama's attorney general is opposing some legislative bills aimed at changing the state's death penalty law.

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Bridge Reopens

Updated: 04/20/2004 - About a month ago we reported on a closed bridge that was causing problems for some West Alabama residents. That bridge has now reopened.

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Tourism Importance

Updated: 04/20/2004 - It's the leading resource for revenue nationwide and the second in line for revenues in Mississippi. What is it and how does it affect us?

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Volunteers Honored

Updated: 04/20/2004 - A number of local volunteers are being honored.

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Grand Jury to Hear Hargon Case

Updated: 04/19/2004 - Earnest Lee Hargon has waived his right to a preliminary hearing a triple murder charge.

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Burn Ban Lifted

Updated: 04/19/2004 - The Mississippi Forestry Commission has lifted a ban on outdoor burning in Lauderdale County.

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Crash Study Results

Updated: 04/19/2004 - It's no surprise that cars don't fare well in collisions with sport utility vehicles, but a new test shows that side air bags can make a huge difference.

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Peavey to Deliver Address at Alma Mater

Updated: 04/19/2004 - Sound equipment pioneer Hartley Peavey will deliver the May 8 commencement address to graduates of Mississippi State University.

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Soldiers Reflect on Time in Iraq

Updated: 04/18/2004 - Troops with 287th Transportation Unit have been home for nearly two weeks and couldn't be more thankful.

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Rev. Jesse Jackson Pleads with Iraq

Updated: 04/19/2004 - Rev. Jesse Jackson offers prayers and help to the family of Thomas Hamill, the Mississippi man abducted by Iraqi insurgents.

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