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Fatal Fire Update

Updated: 12/23/2003 - Investigators have determined the cause of a mobile home fire in west Alabama that has left three people dead.

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Barbour Announces Appointees

Updated: 12/23/2003 - Governor-elect Haley Barbour Tuesday announced key appointments to his administration.

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Police Probe Robberies

Updated: 12/22/2003 - Meridian police are investigating a couple of unusual robberies reported over the weekend.

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Blood Supply Low

Updated: 12/22/2003 - Less than a day's supply of blood is available locally for the needs at hospitals in east Mississippi and west Alabama.

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Fire Kills Three in Alabama

Updated: 12/22/2003 - Three people died in a fire Sunday in Magnolia, Ala., but the names were not immediately available.

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Body Found Update

Updated: 12/22/2003 - An investigation continues into the discovery of a man's body in Lauderdale County.

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New Home Fraud Laws

Updated: 12/22/2003 - If you do the crime of home repair fraud, a 2003 law is aimed at making you do the time.

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Flu Update

Updated: 12/22/2003 - As Mississippi and Alabama await the arrival of more of the flu vaccine, a national expert is advising residents to take other steps if necessary.

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Fire Death

Updated: 12/22/2003 - An unidentified man was found dead during a house fire early Sunday morning.

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Hiring Dispute Over

Updated: 12/19/2003 - A conflict between Lauderdale County supervisors and tax assessor Jimmy Slay has been resolved.

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Lott Targets Energy, Highways

Updated: 12/19/2003 - Sen. Trent Lott's congressional agenda for 2004 includes the passage of an energy bill and highway legislation that includes funding for Mississippi.

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DeKalb Rolls Out Welcome Mat

Updated: 12/19/2003 - A new business has opened in Kemper County and construction is set for a new church.

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Duty Calls

Updated: 12/19/2003 - Now is a bittersweet time for families of troops whose "r & r" leave is coming to an end.

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Meridian Welcomes Moscow Ballet

Updated: 12/19/2003 - The Moscow Ballet presented "The Nutcracker" to a sold out crowd of 1,500 Friday at Meridian's Temple Theatre.

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Mississippi Ninth on DUI List

Updated: 12/19/2003 - Mississippi has reduced its rate of DUI-related fatalities over the past 20 years, but compared to other states, it's still high.

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Tests Go Paperless

Updated: 12/18/2003 - The Mississippi Department of Public Safety will use touch-screen technology to update its driver testing across the state.

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Investigations Underway

Updated: 12/18/2003 - The Lauderdale County Sheriff's Department is investigating a shooting and the unrelated discovery of a body.

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Analysis: North Hills a Problem

Updated: 12/18/2003 - Traffic on North Hills Street is a major problem now, and it's projected to get a lot worse.

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Courts Out of Redistricting

Updated: 12/18/2003 - Mississippi's highest court has ruled that only the state legislature may draw congressional district lines.

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Flu Shot Supply Gone

Updated: 12/17/2003 - Mississippi clinics have run out of flu shots, although flu mist is available at some doctor's offices.

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Hunter Praises Naval Air Training

Updated: 12/17/2003 - A congressman who could be very important to the future of NAS Meridian visited the base Wednesday.

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Council Gets Update

Updated: 12/17/2003 - The Meridian City Council has reviewed the final plans for a new downtown parking garage.

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High Court to Hear Case Against Bar

Updated: 12/17/2003 - A nightclub has appealed a case to the Mississippi Supreme Court, in which it was found liable for allegedly selling alcohol to minors.

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Burglar Sentenced

Updated: 12/17/2003 - A west Alabama man has been issued three life sentences for crimes in Sumter County.

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