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Carjacking Investigated

Updated: 03/30/2004 - Meridian police have a probe underway into a reported carjacking in the mall parking lot Monday afternoon.

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Lynch Proposes Change

Updated: 03/30/2004 - The age of computers and software may be coming to the Meridian School Board.

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Better the Second Time Around?

Updated: 03/30/2004 - A second bidding process for installing water and sewer to the new industrial park has apparently saved the city of Meridian a lot of money.

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Money Woes and Art Collide

Updated: 03/30/2004 - The Mississippi House of Representatives approved the final contribution to "The Glory of Baroque Dresden'' exhibit, but spending state money this way could be a thing of the past.

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Accident/Pole Split

Updated: 03/30/2004 - One person was sent to the hospital and a utility pole split in a morning accident.

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Closed Bridge Update

Updated: 03/30/2004 - There's some possible good news concerning a closed bridge right across the state line.

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State Passes Federal Measure

Updated: 03/29/2004 - Mississippi lawmakers have passed an election bill that will comply with federal law, but does not include voter ID.

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UA Students Die in Crash

Updated: 03/29/2004 - Authorities say two University of Alabama students were killed and two were injured in a car accident on Interstate 95 Sunday near Orlando, Fla.

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MHP Adds Touch Screens

Updated: 03/29/2004 - Testing for a drivers license in Mississippi has entered the computer age.

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Dalewood Upgrading Infrastructure

Updated: 03/29/2004 - Sewage leaking into Dalewood Lake from septic tanks had become a major problem for residents, but now they have a sewage system of their own.

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Grand Jury Convened

Updated: 03/29/2004 - The Lauderdale County grand jury will consider evidence in 300 cases this week.

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High Court to Weigh "Age Bias"

Updated: 03/29/2004 - The U.S. Supreme Court will consider a Jackson, Miss. case that could make age bias suits tougher to prove.

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Double Murder Plea

Updated: 03/29/2004 - A Lisman, Alabama man has pled not guilty to charges involving a double murder.

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Chase Arrest

Updated: 03/29/2004 - A Jackson man is behind bars following a car chase that began in Lauderdale County but ended in Kemper County.

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Home Invasion Arrests

Updated: 03/29/2004 - Investigators in west Alabama believe they may have solved a number of crimes with two recent arrests.

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Pickering Grants Interview to CBS's "60 Minutes"

Updated: 03/29/2004 - Charles Pickering, whose nomination by President Bush to the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals was voted down by Democrats in the U.S. Senate because of those charges, talked about his record with Mike Wallace on CBS's 60 Minutes.

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Scholarships Awarded at MSU

Updated: 03/29/2004 - Delta Nu Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Incorporated paid tribute to outstanding minority youth in a program Sunday afternoon at MSU Meridian.

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Burning Permits Halted

Updated: 03/28/2004 - The dry, warm weather has forced the Meridian Fire Department to put a halt on all burning permits.

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Young Recovering Well

Updated: 03/28/2004 - State Rep. Charles Young is said to be recovering well after undergoing heart bypass surgery on Friday.

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Lott Criticizes Rumsfeld

Updated: 03/28/2004 - U.S. Senator Trent Lott says Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld should consider overseas bases first.

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Bridge Closure

Updated: 03/28/2004 - A closed bridge is causing some major problems for some residents in west Alabama.

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Fighting Fire with Education

Updated: 03/25/2004 - Dry and windy weather is making it hard to fight numerous brush and grass fires in Mississippi. Now, officials ask that all residents practice caution.

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