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Pressure Rising

Updated: 08/24/2004 - A new study finds the number of adults in the U.S. with high blood pressure has climbed to almost one in three over the past decade.

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Cuts at Department of Education

Updated: 08/22/2004 - State Department of Education officials were able to remain on the payroll after cuts were made Friday within the department to save money, education officials said.

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More Troops to Camp Shelby

Updated: 08/22/2004 - More Mississippi soldiers have arrived at Camp Shelby for training for Operation Iraqi Freedom.

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Alabama Unemployment Up

Updated: 08/20/2004 - The jobless rate in Alabama rose in July, but is still down from the same time a year ago.

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Regis Sets World Record

Posted: 08/20/2004 - Veteran broadcaster Regis Philbin, seen daily on WTOK-TV, now has a place in the Guinness Book of World Records.

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No New Trial Date in Bribery Case

Updated: 08/20/2004 - Defense attorneys, prosecutors and a federal judge used a status hearing Friday to try to come up with new trial date in Mississippi's judicial bribery case.

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Guard Stabbed at Parchman

Updated: 08/20/2004 - A prison guard at the Mississippi State Penitentiary at Parchman was stabbed and severely beating Wednesday by an inmate in a shower.

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City Budget

Updated: 08/20/2004 - If you are looking for a job, perhaps you could find it with the city of Meridian. The city could soon have some openings.

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Remembering Alzheimer's

Updated: 08/19/2004 - The Alzheimer's Association officially kicked off its Annual Memory Walk planning with a team captains' meeting.

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House, Senate to Discuss Medicaid

Updated: 08/19/2004 - Rep. Steve Holland announced Thursday that monthly hearings will be set to publicly account for Medicaid spending.

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Decatur Man Found Dead at Home

Updated: 08/19/2004 - The Newton County Sheriff's Department has a death investigation underway, with assistance from the Mississippi Bureau of Investigation and the Mississippi Crime Lab.

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Drug Arrests

Updated: 08/19/2004 - Two pounds of marijuana has been confiscated in a drug sting in Wayne County.

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Two Charged in Break-Ins

Updated: 08/18/2004 - Several area school vending machines and a bank ATM were the targets of recent break-ins in Lauderdale County.

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Lott Calls for More Disclosure

Updated: 08/18/2004 - A Mississippi senator spoke out in favor of campaign reform laws to regulate "independent" groups.

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Club Receives Donation

Updated: 08/18/2004 - The Boys and Girls Club of East Mississippi received a $1,000 gift from a Meridian restaurant.

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Teaching a Community Effort

Updated: 08/18/2004 - Instructors from Meridian Community College and Mississippi State University, Meridian campus, met jointly to discuss ways to better help students.

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Scoring High

Updated: 08/18/2004 - The Mississippi Department of Education released school test scores Wednesday. While most schools already knew their results, they now know their state wide rankings as well.

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Cooke Sets Goals

Updated: 08/18/2004 - The new dean of liberal arts at the University of West Alabama is settling in to his new position as the opening day of school approaches.

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Burglary Ring Arrests

Updated: 08/18/2004 - Arrests have been made in an apparent burglary ring which involved two west Alabama counties.

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Military Tuition Assistance

Updated: 08/18/2004 - Tuition assistance for Mississippi National Guardsmen and women may not decrease next year, but it also may not increase.

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