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Newton County Murder

Updated: 11/30/2004 - One person is dead following an argument in Newton County.

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Ridge Resigns

Updated: 11/30/2004 - U.S. officials say Tom Ridge has resigned after 23 months as the nation's first Homeland Security Secretary.

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Wal-Mart Steps Up for United Way

Updated: 11/29/2004 - The United Way of East Mississippi needs you to join Wal-Mart and others in reaching for its goal of $700,000 to help worthy agencies by the end of the year.

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Escapee Caught

Updated: 11/29/2004 - An escapee from the Winston County Jail was quickly back in custody after being seen on Newscenter 11.

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New Era in Demopolis

Updated: 11/29/2004 - A company that is known nationwide and is growing in popularity calls Demopolis home.

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Town's Future Is in Past

Updated: 12/14/2004 - You may know Demopolis for its wonderful "Christmas on the River" parade, but there are some things you might not know about this great town.

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Murder Trial Underway

Updated: 11/29/2004 - The trial of Jermaine Ramsey began Monday in Meridian. He's accused in the shooting death of William Gill in March 2003.

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Gordon: "Jobs Could Be Cut"

Updated: 11/28/2004 - Senate Appropriations Committee Chairman Jack Gordon says hundreds of state employees could lose their jobs next year as lawmakers prepare to deal with one of the leanest state budgets in years.

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Burton: "We Can Work Together"

Updated: 11/28/2004 - Even though Mississippi's most recent special session had its share of bumps in the road, Sen. Terry Burton said there's no irreparable rift.

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Children First: Lending a Helping Hand

Updated: 07/03/2006 - As we look ahead to the Christmas season, those of us who have been especially blessed have the chance to serve others who are hurting.

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Meals on Wheels Never Stops

Updated: 11/27/2004 - Many businesses, agencies and programs are closed on holidays. But Meals on Wheels and its volunteers continued operating on Thanksgiving Day.

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Volunteers Spread Love

Updated: 11/27/2004 - Love's Kitchen served meals to the needy on Thanksgiving Day with help from people who say they are truly thankful.

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Home for the Holidays

Updated: 11/27/2004 - Some military members got to be hone for Thanksgiving, including National Guardsmen and women based in Philadelphia and DeKalb.

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Thanksgiving Mixed with Sadness

Updated: 11/27/2004 - Some Mississippians and Alabamans celebrate Thanksgiving after watching a strong storm system spawn apparent tornados and wreak havoc on the state.

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Bond Bill Gets Governor's Signature

Updated: 11/24/2004 - Gov. Haley Barbour has signed a $456 million bond bill passed Monday by the state Legislature after a three-week-long special session.

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Alabama Faces Recount

Updated: 11/24/2004 - There will be a statewide recount in Alabama on Amendment 2 beginning Monday. It was turned back by only 1,850 votes, according to the official total.

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Heroes' Welcome for 367th

Updated: 11/24/2004 - The 367th Maintenance Company of the Mississippi National Guard is home just in time for the holidays.

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Trash Talk Is Positive

Updated: 11/24/2004 - Thanks to a change in Meridian's contract with Waste Management, the normal two times per week pickup will not be adversely affected by holidays.

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Storm Claims Winston Resident

Updated: 11/24/2004 - Early morning storms moved through Mississippi Wednesday, causing damage and claiming at least one life.

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Governor Declares Emergency

Updated: 11/24/2004 - Damage from overnight storms claimed the life of at least one person in Winston County, and caused damage across Mississippi.

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Murder Confession

Updated: 11/23/2004 - What began as a missing person case in Neshoba County has turned into a murder investigation.

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