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Protesters Target Pryor

Updated: 08/26/2003 - Some supporters for keeping a Ten Commandments monument in Alabama's judicial building have called for the resignation of the state's attorney general.

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Two Hurt in Wreck

Updated: 08/26/2003 - The driver of an SUV lost control and crashed after a tire lost tread on Hwy.19, north of Meridian, Tuesday.

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PEER Examines Gas District

Updated: 08/27/2003 - The Performance, Evaluation and Expenditure Review Committee, the state legislature's investigative arm, has released findings from a review of the Chickasawhay Natural Gas District.

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Sheriff: "We Have Suspects"

Updated: 08/26/2003 - Marengo County Sheriff Jesse Langley said there are suspects in the deaths of a grandmother and her grandchild.

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367th Called to Duty

Updated: 08/26/2003 - Approximately 180 soldiers from the Mississippi Army National Guard's 367th Maintenance Company of Philadelphia and DeKalb have received orders to mobilize.

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Clay Retires "Early"

Updated: 08/26/2003 - Kemper County's circuit clerk is retiring from her fifth term a few months early. Blanche Clay did not seek reelection this year.

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UWA Controversy

Updated: 08/26/2003 - The controversy involving the board of trustees at the University of West Alabama could soon be resolved.

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School Dress Codes

Updated: 08/26/2003 - In the state's capitol, the Jackson Public School district has adopted a policy requiring students to tuck their shirts inside their pants. School officials say this is a security precaution. Although a concern in Meridian, school officials tell us that sometimes dress codes can go too far.

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AAA: Good News After Bad?

Updated: 08/25/2003 - The price of gas has soared in recent days, but industry analysts project it should go down after Labor Day.

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Harley Marks Milestone

Updated: 08/25/2003 - Harley-Davidson motor company celebrates 100 years of making motorcycles.

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MPD: Traffic Stop Foils Burglary

Updated: 08/25/2003 - Meridian police arrested two suspects on burglary and drug charges, after a traffic stop for speeding on Hwy. 39 North.

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Rotary Reaching 'Round the Globe

Updated: 08/25/2003 - The former district governor for Rotary Clubs in Mississippi touted the role of local clubs in promoting education and other causes.

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Monument to Move Soon

Updated: 08/25/2003 - Plans to move the Ten Commandments monument, the subject of a lawsuit and appeal, from the lobby of Alabama's judicial building are moving ahead.

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Election Preps

Updated: 08/25/2003 - Statewide runoff elections are tomorrow and there are some last minute things that you need to know.

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Child Missing

Updated: 08/22/2003 - Heaven LaShae Ross, 11, has been missing since Tuesday when she walked from her home toward her school bus stop.

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Gas Prices Up, Up, Up

Updated: 08/22/2003 - The price of gas shot up dramatically in less than a 24-hour period.

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GOP Women Host Candidates

Updated: 08/22/2003 - Lauderdale County's Republican Women have hosted GOP candidates running for office this year. Candidates in the August 26 runoffs were the most recent visitors.

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"Rescue Drive" Targets Alleged Abuses

Updated: 08/22/2003 - A coast to coast effort is seeking to raise awareness of alleged persecution of followers of Falun Gong in communist China.

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Events Honor King

Updated: 08/22/2003 - Four decades after Martin Luther King Junior's call for jobs and equality stirred a nation, his family and other civil rights activists commemorated his "I Have a Dream'' speech with prayers, speeches and teach-ins.

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Tuck Repays Personal Loan

Updated: 08/22/2003 - Mississippi's lieutenant governor announced she has paid back a $20,000 loan to a north Mississippi company.

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Moore Suspended from Court

Updated: 08/22/2003 - Due to an ethics complaint filed against him, Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore is suspended from performing his duties. Moore refused to comply with a federal court order to remove the Ten Commandments monument from the judicial building.

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Double Murder

Updated: 08/22/2003 - An investigation is underway into an apparent double murder in West Alabama.

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Moore: Full Appeal Pending

Updated: 08/21/2003 - Eight associated justices of the Alabama Supreme Court ordered the Ten Commandments monument be moved from the judicial building. Chief Justice Roy Moore vows to continue the fight.

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United Way Partners with Americorps

Updated: 08/21/2003 - Americorps volunteers will be at work in Lauderdale County through a grant awarded to the United Way of East Mississippi.

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