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Fire Investigation

Updated: 01/27/2004 - A fire that claimed the life of a Lauderdale County man may have started from a heat source.

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Barbour Gets Mixed Reviews

Updated: 01/27/2004 - Reaction was mixed to proposals outlined by Gov. Haley Barbour in his State of the State speech.

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Court Denies Ayers Appeal

Updated: 01/27/2004 - The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals has rejected a challenge to a $503 million settlement of Mississippi's college desegregation case.

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Johnson Staying in Mississippi

Updated: 01/27/2004 - Mississippi's state school superintendent has turned down a job offer from Arkansas.

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Elderly Man Found

Updated: 01/27/2004 - The search has come to an end for an elderly west Alabama man.

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Barbour Pledges "Partnership" with Legislature

Updated: 01/27/2004 - In his State of the State Address Monday night, Gov. Haley Barbour discussed jobs, education and state spending, among other topics. But some Democrats question how the state will pay for his plans.

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Grieving Family Seeks Closure

Updated: 01/26/2004 - Twenty-three years ago, a Meridian woman was brutally murdered as she left her workplace. The case was never solved.

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Riley Targets Ethics

Updated: 01/26/2004 - Alabama's governor will propose changes in lobbying laws to "restore public trust".

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Court to Hear Moore Case

Updated: 01/26/2004 - A special court was sworn in Monday to hear Roy Moore's appeal of his ouster from the Alabama Supreme Court.

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No GOP Primary for Mississippi

Updated: 01/26/2004 - Because there's no republican opposition to President George W. Bush for his party's nomination, Mississippi will not have a republican primary in March.

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UWA Professors Push for Action

Updated: 01/26/2004 - University professors at the University of West Alabama have joined the faculty senate in calling for an end to a dispute that has placed the college on probation.

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Closed for Repairs

Updated: 01/26/2004 - A portion of a busy Meridian street will be closed for most of the day Tuesday.

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Bad Check Crackdown

Updated: 01/27/2004 - Bad check writers beware, local law enforcement is after you!

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State of the State

Updated: 01/25/2004 - Mississippi’s Gov. Haley Barbour will lay out his legislative wish list Monday night in his first State of the State Address.

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Summit Nearing Capacity

Updated: 01/25/2004 - Make your reservations while they are still available. The leadership summit featuring Alabama Gov. Bob Riley and Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour is filling up.

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UWA Faculty Want Action

Updated: 01/25/2004 - Members of the University of West Alabama faculty have formed an association to show support for the faculty senate's disapproval of the Board of Trustees.

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PEER Targets Health Inspections

Updated: 01/23/2004 - A report by a legislative watchdog group indicates restaurant health inspections are not frequent enough.

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Funeral Set for Banker

Updated: 01/23/2004 - Funeral services are set for Saturday in Newton for long-time Mississippi banker W.P. "Pat'' McMullan.

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Final Farewell to Beloved TV Icon

Updated: 01/23/2004 - Long before there was Big Bird, there was Bob Keeshan, who created "Captain Kangaroo" and many wonderful memories for children.

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Disaster Teams Huddle

Updated: 01/23/2004 - Mississippi emergency management's regional response teams shared strategy ideas in Meridian Friday.

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Alabama Democrats Target Efficiency

Updated: 01/23/2004 - Alabama democrats have joined republican Gov. Bob Riley in trying to make state government is more accountable.

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Morton Aims High

Updated: 01/23/2004 - Alabama's new interim state school superintendent said he wants to improve teacher education as well as the level of education students receive.

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Woman Finds Pearl in Sandwich

Updated: 01/23/2004 - Sacheen Morgan got much more than she bargained for when she decided on seafood for lunch.

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City Works on Smelly Problem

Updated: 01/22/2004 - Meridian found a temporary solution to mask a sewage smell coming from a lift station on Cotton Gin Road.

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