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Judges Chosen Randomly

Updated: 12/16/2003 - A group of retired judges and attorneys will hear the appeal of ousted Chief Justice Roy Moore.

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Inmate Found Hanged

Updated: 12/16/2003 - Authorities say the son of slain Lee County Sheriff Harold Ray Presley was found dead Tuesday at Parchman after apparently hanging himself.

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Tribunal: "Suspend Diaz"

Updated: 12/16/2003 - A tribunal has ordered the suspension of a Mississippi Supreme Court justice charged in a judicial bribery scheme.

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Sentencing Set for Newell

Updated: 12/16/2003 - Former bank vice-president Bubba Newell will be sentenced on money laundering and fraud charges Feb. 27.

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Students Suspended Over Threats

Updated: 12/16/2003 - A pair of students attending Meridian Public Schools has been suspended for allegedly making bomb threats.

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Murder Guilty Plea

Updated: 12/16/2003 - It has been four years since a brutal murder rocked the small community of Gainesville, Ala.

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Job Outlook

Updated: 12/15/2003 - As things continue to look up for the economy, a new national survey shows that about 20 percent of employers will hire more people next year. How could this affect residents in east Mississippi and west Alabama?

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Post Office Rush

Updated: 12/15/2003 - Historically December 15th is the busiest day of the year for post offices nationwide.

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Suspect Charged with Manslaughter

Updated: 12/15/2003 - A Sunday shooting at 47th Avenue and 9th Street left a Meridian man dead and his live-in girlfriend charged with manslaughter.

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Lockheed Families Receive $100,000

Updated: 12/14/2003 - Families of the six people who died in the July 8 shooting at the Lockheed Martin plan get $100,000 each.

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Moore Supporters form PAC

Updated: 12/14/2003 - Supporters of ousted Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore now have a political action committee.

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Auburn Alumni Call for Resignations

Updated: 12/14/2003 - The Alumni Association calls for Auburn University board of trustees and President William Walker to resign over the coaching controversy.

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Hartzog Not Guilty

Updated: 12/14/2003 - Theda Hartzog is found NOT GUILTY of murder Friday night after nearly eight hours of deliberations.

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Fall Graduations Across the Area

Updated: 12/14/2003 - Fall commencement ceremonies were held at the University of West Alabama and Meridian Community College on Saturday afternoon.

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Flu Vaccine

Updated: 12/12/2003 - If you live in Alabama and went to a health department looking to get the flu shot Friday, you were out of luck! Health departments throughout Alabama are now officially out of the vaccine, and clinics in Mississippi are not far behind.

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UWA Controversy to End?

Updated: 12/12/2003 - The controversy involving the Board of Trustees at the University of West Alabama could soon end. That's the word from Gov. Bob Riley.

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New Businesses for Butler!

Updated: 12/12/2003 - In less than three months the town of Butler has welcomed two new restaurants.

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Supervisors Haggle Over Costs

Updated: 12/11/2003 - A work session of the Lauderdale County supervisors turned out to be a running argument between one supervisor and other members of the board.

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Teen Convicted of Murder

Updated: 12/11/2003 - A Wilcox County, Ala., jury found Toni Kimbrough, 16, guilty of killing a classmate at school.

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"25 Year Club" Induction

Updated: 12/11/2003 - Rush Health Systems celebrated 12 more employees who have been with the hospital for 25 years.

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Dow Closes Above 10,000

Updated: 12/11/2003 - The Dow Jones Industrial Average was above 10,000 at the close of business Thursday. That hasn't happened for 18 months.

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