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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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Flu Hits Mississippi Hard

Updated: 12/11/2003 - States reporting the most severe level of flu activity have nearly doubled in the past week. Mississippi is hard hit by the illness.

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USM Finds Error in Enrollment

Updated: 12/11/2003 - An internal audit found human error in the tabulation of enrollment at the University of Southern Mississippi.

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Moore Files Appeal

Updated: 12/10/2003 - Alabama's ousted Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore has made his appeal official.

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Hartzog on Trial

Updated: 12/10/2003 - The trial of a west Alabama woman accused of killing her husband continued Wednesday in Choctaw County, Ala.

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Deadly Plane Crash

Updated: 12/10/2003 - Two people are reported dead following a plane crash in metro Birmingham.

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Capitol Towers Evacuated

Posted: 12/10/2003 - A downtown building in Jackson, Miss., was evacuated when fumes apparently leaked through the heating system.

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Tax to "Save Lives"

Updated: 12/10/2003 - The Mississippi chapter of the American Cancer Society is again pushing for a 50 cent increase in the tobacco tax.

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Neshoba Shooting

Updated: 12/10/2003 - Neshoba County Sheriff Glen Waddell and Deputy Brad Stewart are back on the job after sustaining minor injuries in a deadly shooting.

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Shooting Injures Sheriff

Updated: 12/10/2003 - Neshoba County Sheriff Glen Waddell and a deputy suffered what were described as slight injuries from a shooting in the Stallo community.

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Police Pursuit - Pro and Con

Updated: 12/09/2003 - A commission appointed by the Mississippi Legislature is gathering public opinion about whether there should be uniform standards for police pursuits.

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Hartzog Trial Underway

Updated: 12/09/2003 - A Choctaw County woman is on trial for allegedly shooting her husband, a pastor, to death in his church.

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Gas Prices Down but Still Up

Updated: 12/09/2003 - Gasoline prices are higher than they were a year ago, but are at a low since June.

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Police Probe Robbery

Updated: 12/09/2003 - Meridian police say a man was maced and robbed Monday evening as he left work.

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Magnolia Caring for Others

Posted: 12/09/2003 - Magnolia Middle School students donated $300.00 to the Wesley House to help other children during the holidays.

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Back to Iraq

Updated: 12/09/2003 - Home for the holidays is something most people enjoy. However, perhaps it's true that all good things must come to an end. Here's the story of one local soldier who is preparing to head back to Iraq.

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Local Flu Concerns

Updated: 12/09/2003 - Concerns of contracting the flu virus are growing nationwide. With a major outbreak reported in nearby Georgia and Arkansas, how much should the twin states be concerned?

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Fond Farewell

Updated: 12/08/2003 - A new church will soon be built at the site of the former Highland Elementary School, but a remaining tree got a proper sendoff.

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"Buy-Back" Benefits County

Updated: 12/08/2003 - Lauderdale County supervisors participate in a program they see as a smart deal for taxpayers.

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