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Charity Begins at Home?

Updated: 11/05/2002 - Southern kindness, Yankee stinginess persist in charity.

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Bush Leads GOP to Control of Congress

Updated: 11/06/2002 - Republicans swept to control of Congress early Wednesday, taking the Senate from the Democrats and solidifying their grip on the House in historic gains midway through President Bush's term.

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Bridge Safety in Mississippi

Updated: 11/04/2002 - The state of bridges across the state is a concern, after an aging one-lane bridge collapsed this weekend, killing three people.

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Race to the Finish

Updated: 11/05/2002 - In the final hours of the campaign, Congressmen Ronnie Shows and Chip Pickering make stops in the Meridian area.

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Missing Person

Updated: 11/05/2002 - The Kemper County Sheriff's Department is asking for the public's help in locating a missing Scooba woman.

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Write-In Campaign

Updated: 11/05/2002 - A longtime political figure in Sumter County is asking voters to take part in a "write-in" campaign Tuesday.

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North Tank Online

Updated: 11/05/2002 - A new water tank, serving the growing north part of town, is now in service.

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Store Clerk Shot, Robbed

Updated: 11/05/2002 - Two employees of M & B Grocery were confronted by a pair of gunmen as they opened for business Tuesday morning.

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Shows-Pickering Poll

Updated: 11/04/2002 - Two days before the election, Congressman Chip Pickering has a substantial lead over Congressman Ronnie Shows in a poll conducted by the Associated Press and Emerich Newspapers.

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Bridge Collapse

Updated: 11/04/2002 - At least one person is dead following a bridge collapse in Wayne County.

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Lawmakers in Conference

Updated: 11/01/2002 - Mississippi legislators try for a compromise on business liability reform.

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New Evidence in Sniper Probe

Updated: 11/01/2002 - A handgun was located this week in Montgomery that could be linked to the suspected "D.C. sniper" case.

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Philly Eyes Annexation

Updated: 11/01/2002 - The city of Philadelphia is looking to expand its borders. City officials say they hope it can be done with little controversy.

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Inmate Dies at EMCF

Updated: 11/01/2002 - An inmate died overnight at the East Mississippi Correctional Facility at Lost Gap. It's being investigated as a homicide.

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Armed Robbery Trial

Updated: 11/01/2002 - A Kemper County man, who recently escaped the Kemper-Neshoba Regional Prison and was recaptured, was convicted for armed robbery Thursday.

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Senate-House Pass Tort Bills

Updated: 10/31/2002 - The Mississippi Senate passed a new business tort reform bill, but first made changes to the original House version.

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Siegelman Visits Sumter

Updated: 11/01/2002 - The governor of Alabama celebrated a workforce training program, but also found time to campaign in Sumter County.

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McRae Gets Dual Opposition

Updated: 10/31/2002 - Two candidates have taken on Supreme Court Justice Chuck McRae, to represent 27 counties in southern Mississippi.

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Roads a Priority

Updated: 10/31/2002 - Help is on the way for county roads badly in need of repair.

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Third District Endorsements

Updated: 10/31/2002 - The Shows-Pickering race in Mississippi's Third Congressional District forced two incumbents to run against each other. Each candidate has garnered support from organizations and groups.

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Anderson Dies at 71

Updated: 10/31/2002 - Dr. William J. Anderson, III, died Thursday at the age of 71.

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Sniper Probe Widens

Updated: 10/31/2002 - Ballistic tests have matched the rifle used in the Washington-area sniper killings with a fatal shooting in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

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Halloween Safety Tips

Updated: 10/31/2002 - As young trick-or-treaters prepare to hit the streets, they are being advised to take safety precautions.

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Vandals Disciplined by District

Updated: 10/30/2002 - The Lauderdale County School Board has approved disciplinary measures for students tied to vandalism earlier this month.

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