Updated: 05/06/2004 -
Updated: 05/06/2004 -
Updated: 09/05/2003 - Members of the 367th Maintenance Company of the Mississippi National Guard left for duty Friday, but not without fanfare, prayers and hugs.
Updated: 09/10/2003 - Mississippi schools received their first individual grades this week. Many in the east central part of the state fared well, while some fell below the mark.
Updated: 09/05/2003 - A Democratic candidate who lost the primary by 45 votes is reviewing the ballot boxes for a possible challenge to the results.
Updated: 09/05/2003 - The major party nominees for governor were invited to take their campaign message to the University of Mississippi campus.
Updated: 09/05/2003 - A local woman died in a one vehicle wreck Friday in Meridian. Officials say the driver likely had a seizure.
Updated: 09/04/2003 - Some elementary students in the Meridian public school district are getting free hearing and vision screenings thanks to the Meridian Junior Auxiliary.
Updated: 09/04/2003 - According to criteria established by "No Child Left Behind" legislation, half of public schools in Mississippi did not meet performance standards.
Updated: 09/04/2003 - An offer by Mississippi's governor to temporarily house the Ten Commandments monument was turned down by Judge Roy Moore.
Updated: 09/04/2003 - Authorities have new information that indicates Reina Russell, 3, may not have been abandoned in the Meridian area.
Updated: 09/03/2003 - Rush Career Care 2003 attracted over 500 students interested in learning about opportunities in healthcare professions.
Updated: 09/03/2003 - While it would seem obvious that motorists should stop at red lights, a thousand people lose their lives each year becauase someone didn't.
Updated: 09/03/2003 - Customer complaints have fueled an informal investigation by the Energy Department into possible gas gouging.
Updated: 09/03/2003 - A week after the Ten Commandments monument was moved from public view, residents of Hickory, Miss., joined others there, who say it was the wrong thing to do.
Updated: 09/03/2003 - A local effort designed to save NAS Meridian from base possible closure is continuing full-force.
Updated: 09/03/2003 - Officers with the Mississippi Department of Transportation seized over 200 pounds of marijuana near Meridian.
Updated: 09/03/2003 - The former chief of WorldCom entered a not guilty plea in an Oklahoma courtroom. Bernie Ebbers and other top executives are charged with securities fraud.
Updated: 09/02/2003 - Police in and around Northport, Alabama are following a few clues that surfaced after a photo of "Shae" Ross was shown on national television.
Updated: 09/02/2003 - More medical students are choosing to go into specialties because it offers a more "normal" schedule.
Updated: 09/02/2003 - A candidate in the Kemper County sheriff's race, Johnny Harpole, has formally asked to review the ballot boxes from the Aug. 26 Democratic runoff.
Updated: 09/02/2003 - A resident of Dalewood told county supervisors that the pipes being used on a sewer project are too narrow.
Updated: 09/02/2003 - Meridian residents who have hazardous household materials can get rid of them this weekend.
Updated: 09/02/2003 - The Meridian City Council talked about money issues Tuesday, including raising taxes.
Updated: 09/02/2003 - The chairman of the Mississippi Tax Commission told lawmakers it could collect millions more in tax revenue, if it could afford more auditors.
Updated: 09/02/2003 - A 64-year-old woman has been arrested and charged with a shooting in Quitman.