More Headlines

Cake Store Robbery

Updated: 08/12/2002 - A cake store in Meridian was robbed by an unknown assailant.

Read More

West Nile Outbreak

West Nile Virus

Updated: 08/12/2002 - State Health officials say the West Nile outbreak shouldn't be as bad next year.

Read More

Banks Plea Reversed

Updated: 08/09/2002 - The Alabama Court of Criminal Appeals has thrown out the guilty plea of a Choctaw County man, who admitted killing his baby. His lawyer raised questions about the existence of that baby.

Read More

Water Concerns Resident

Updated: 08/09/2002 - A customer of Southwest Lauderdale Water Association expressed concerns about water quality. A SWLWA spokesman says upgrades are coming.

Read More

New West Nile Cases

Updated: 08/09/2002 - More cases of West Nile Virus are being identified in Mississippi and other states. The experts advise prevention as the best protection.

Read More

No Weapons Allowed

Updated: 08/09/2002 - The Lauderdale County Courthouse, and others in towns across the nation, have guards and metal detectors in place to screen entrants. There's a good reason why.

Read More

Federal Indictments Released

Updated: 08/09/2002 - A federal grand jury in Mississippi issued a batch of indictments, including three criminal cases in Neshoba County.

Read More

Frito-Lay Recall

Updated: 08/09/2002 - The company says some barbecue-flavored chips in a shipment of Fritos Original Flavored Corn Chips could cause an allergic reaction in some people.

Read More

Miss. Considers AMBER Alert System

Updated: 08/09/2002 - The Mississippi Association of Broadcasters, Mississippi Highway Patrol and the Emergency Alert System meet in September to consider launching an AMBER Alert System for the state.

Read More

Victims: Hope and Healing

Updated: 08/09/2002 - After a crime happens, most attention turns to the criminal. A conference in Meridian, hosted by Wesley House, spotlights the needs and rights of victims.

Read More

MCC Gets New Lab

Updated: 08/08/2002 - Webb Center at Meridian Community College now has a manufacturing automation lab.

Read More

NAS Meridian Gets 150th Jet

Updated: 08/08/2002 - The 150th T-45 Goshawk trainer jet flew in to Meridian Naval Air Station Thursday.

Read More

Alabama Man Has West Nile

Updated: 08/08/2002 - A Dale County, Alabama, man is the first in the state to be diagnosed with West Nile virus.

Read More

Schools Get Welcome News

Updated: 08/08/2002 - On this first day of the school year, some better news is out for several area schools.

Read More

Missing Person

Updated: 08/08/2002 - Newton County authorities are asking for the public's help in locating a man who has been missing since Wednesday.

Read More

School's Back!

Updated: 08/07/2002 - Meridian and Lauderdale County schools are back in session Thursday.

Read More

West Nile Close to Home

Updated: 08/07/2002 - The West Nile virus has struck a resident of Scott County, Mississippi, and was discovered in a dead crow in Sumter County, Alabama.

Read More

Acela Disappointing

Updated: 08/07/2002 - Amtrak is being forced to reconsider its plan for "high-speed" rail service. The new Acela passenger train is over 15 minutes late 26 percent of the time.

Read More

Annexation Deal Finalized

Updated: 08/07/2002 - With the approval of a special chancellor, an annexation deal has been finally approved between Meridian and Marion.

Read More

Produce Recall

Updated: 08/07/2002 - A California company is recalling 150 packages of bay leaves.

Read More

President in Mississippi

Updated: 08/07/2002 - President Bush's schedule included a roundtable discussion on the economy, an address at Madison Central High School and fundraisers for Cong. Chip Pickering and the Mississippi Republican Party.

Read More

Meridian-Marion Annexation Settlement

Updated: 08/06/2002 - Marion and Meridian, on opposite sides in a bid to annex property in Lauderdale County, have reached a tentative compromise.

Read More

Winter: "Public Education Crucial"

Updated: 08/06/2002 - Former Mississippi Governor, William Winter, delivered a pep talk to Philadelphia teachers and stood behind public education.

Read More

Twin States Strategy

Updated: 08/06/2002 - Rural developers in east Mississippi and west Alabama may soon be working together for the mutual benefit of both, in the area of economic development.

Read More
WTOK-TV 815 23rd Ave Meridian, Ms. 39301 Phone: (601) 693-1441
Gray Television, Inc. - Copyright © 2002-2014 - Designed by Gray Digital Media - Powered by Clickability