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Financing Overshadows Lt. Gov. Race

Updated: 06/25/2003 - As a democrat candidate campaigns for the office of Lt. Governor, her republican opponent is plagued by questions about campaign loans.

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Pickering Leaving Congress?

Updated: 06/25/2003 - Mississippi Rep. Chip Pickering is considering leaving his job for a position in the telecommunications industry.

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Bone Marrow Transplant

Updated: 06/25/2003 - There are more than five million people in the world who need bone marrow transplants. The need for donors is especially great among minorities.

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"Picnicking" in New York

Updated: 06/24/2003 - The Meridianites picnic is coming up this weekend in New York City. Several attendees left on the train Tuesday.

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Car Tag Hike

Updated: 06/24/2003 - The price of car tags will be going up, affected by the legislative tax credit and possibly other factors.

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Miss Mississippi Week Underway

Updated: 06/24/2003 - A new Miss Mississippi will be crowned Saturday night. Contestants are rehearsing now for the big event.

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Science of Highway Safety

Updated: 06/24/2003 - The Mississippi Department of Transportation considers cutting back trees alongside state highways, because it could factor into safety.

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Drink, Drive, Lose

Updated: 06/24/2003 - Meridian police team up with the Mississippi Highway Patrol and the Lauderdale County Sheriff's Department in the fight against drunk driving.

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Mishap Investigations Underway

Updated: 06/24/2003 - The Laiderdale County Sheriff's Department responded to a pair of serious wrecks within minutes of each other.

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School Involvement and Parents

Updated: 06/25/2003 - Interest in a proposed 2003-2004 budget for Meridian Public Schools appeared to be low at a public hearing on the issue. Are parents really interested in the education of children?

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Tax Increase Likely for MPS

Updated: 06/23/2003 - The Meridian public school district unveiled its budget proposal for the 2003-2004 fiscal year Monday..

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Flight Options Growing

Updated: 06/23/2003 - It's been two years since the 9/11 attacks, and the airline industry is slowly recovering. But some air passengers are exploring another flight option.

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Y.E.T. Targets Education

Updated: 06/23/2003 - A summer education program offered by the Youth Excitement Team is looking for more students to participate.

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Lawsuit Filed by Guard Members

Updated: 06/23/2003 - A dozen past and present members of the 186th Air Refueling Wing have filed a civil lawsuit over alleged slander against them.

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No-Call Almost a Call Away

Updated: 06/23/2003 - Mississippi's new anti-telemarketing law takes effect next week, but the system is already in place.

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Candidates Vy for Votes

Updated: 06/23/2003 - Candidates campaign and talk about what they would do, if elected. Mississippi's primaries are set for August 5.

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Officer Drowns

Updated: 06/23/2003 - Alabama conservation officer Lance Horner, Jr., died Sunday in a mishap at Coffeeville Dam.

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UWA Rift May Have Price

Updated: 06/20/2003 - As a controversy involving the board of trustees at the University of West Alabama continues, faculty and staff at the campus take a stand.

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No Action on Road Request

Updated: 06/20/2003 - The Lauderdale County School Board took no action on a request to build another access road to Bonita Lakes Mall for potential retail development on Virginia Drive.

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DNA Key to Serial Killings

Updated: 06/20/2003 - DNA evidence has allegedly linked a sixth murder victim to serial killer suspect, Derrick Todd Lee.

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Security Alert in Kenya

Updated: 06/20/2003 - The U.S. Embassy in Kenya has been closed by a security alert. The move comes one day after federal authorities revealed the capture of an Al Qaeda secret agent working in the U.S.

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Error Found "Harmless"

Updated: 06/20/2003 - Mississippi's highest court agreed with an appeals court that a delay in bringing a suspect before a judge did not violate his constitutional rights.

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Drill Simulates Terror Threat

Updated: 06/19/2003 - NAS Meridian, along with Lauderdale and Kemper County authorities conducted a large-scale anti-terrorism drill Thursday.

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TVA Opens to Public

Updated: 06/19/2003 - The only TVA plant operating in Mississippi opened its doors to the public for tours Thursday.

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FAA Rejects Tower Site

Updated: 06/19/2003 - Plans to build a new communications tower for E-911 in Meridian and Lauderdale County hit a snag.

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