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Shoppers Give Holidays a Healthy Start

Updated: 12/02/2002 - The holiday shopping season kicked off to a solid start over the Thanksgiving weekend as retailers lured consumers with discounts and specials on televisions, DVD players and other popular gifts.

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Shop Till You Drop

Updated: 12/02/2002 - The day after Thanksgiving is traditionally one of the busiest shopping days of the year. Even with a sluggish economy, local shoppers were out in force.

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Holiday Mail Tips

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Updated: 12/02/2002 - The holiday season is the busiest time of year for the U.S. Postal Service. Preparing your packages properly will help get them delivered more promptly.

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Burton: Rhoads Batted .1000

Updated: 12/02/2002 - Gov. Ronnie Musgrove was criticized by an east Mississippi senator for firing a long-time lobbyist for the state's military installations.

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Healthwatch: Sports Head Injuries

Updated: 01/15/2003 - One in ten high school football players suffers a head injury each year. Athletes don't like to be sidelined but a concussion can kill if ignored.

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DHS Short on Staff

Updated: 11/29/2002 - The Mississippi Department of Human Services reports a nearly $20 million shortfall for FY 2003.

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Children First: Giving Thanks

Updated: 01/15/2003 - Spending time together can sometimes be tough for families. But even busy parents and grandparents found time to share a special day of thanks at a local school.

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Peavey on Meridian

Updated: 11/29/2002 - Hartley Peavey has always spoken his mind. In part three of a series, the founder of Peavey Electronics talks about his hometown and his view of its past and future.

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Wilson Found Guilty

Updated: 11/29/2002 - A Jones County man was convicted of trying to run down a Mississippi state trooper.

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Tuck Switch to GOP?

Updated: 11/29/2002 - Mississippi's statewide newspaper quotes reliable sources saying Lt. Gov. Any Tuck is switching to the Republican Party.

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Identity Theft/ Part II

Updated: 11/28/2002 - In this computer age, identity theft is one of the fastest growing crimes in America. As we enter the holiday season financial analysts are warning consumers about the consequences of identity theft. Here's what you can do if you are a victim.

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Protecting Your Identity

Updated: 11/27/2002 - Arrests were made recently in the largest-ever case of identity theft. As we enter the holiday season, take steps to protect your identity from thieves.

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Drivers Face Radar Survey

Updated: 11/27/2002 - Using radar on county roads for enforcement purposes is illegal in all but one Mississippi county. But Sheriff Billy Sollie plans to use it as an educational tool.

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Session Worth Time?

Updated: 11/27/2002 - A just-completed special legislative session was way too long, in the opinion of some. But Sen. Terry Burton defends the time it took.

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Arrest Leads to Conviction

Updated: 11/27/2002 - A murder suspect, apprehended in Sumter County, Alabama, has been found guilty of the crime in Kansas.

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Bust Nets Large Haul

Updated: 11/27/2002 - An undercover investigation in Sumter County resulted in the seizure of over $100,000 worth of crack cocaine.

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Charity vs. Fraud

Updated: 11/26/2002 - The holidays are a time for giving. But Mississippi Secretary of State Eric Clark has a warning for those in the giving spirit--be careful.

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Peavey Reflects

Updated: 11/26/2002 - Hartley Peavey founded Peavey Electronics 38 years ago, after making his start in the basement of his family's Meridian home.

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Jobless Rate Up

Updated: 11/26/2002 - Unemployment was up in Mississippi during October, with Clarke County again posting the highest rate.

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Special Session Ends

Updated: 11/26/2002 - A nearly three month long special legislative session has ended with passage of a tort reform bill Tuesday involving businesses and their liability.

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Playing It Safe

Updated: 11/26/2002 - Putting safety first includes cleaning and checking your heaters each season.

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Car Hit Utility Pole

Updated: 11/26/2002 - A driver collided with a utility pole in a one-vehicle wreck Monday.

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McLin to Retire

Updated: 11/26/2002 - The leader of Meridian Public Schools, Dr. Janet McLin, announced her retirement plans Monday.

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