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Kewanee Robbery

Updated: 09/26/2002 - Two men held up the Kewanee One Stop in Lauderdale County early Thursday morning.

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Fatals Weather-Related

Updated: 09/26/2002 - Bad weather played a role in a pair of fatal wrecks over the past two stormy days, according to the Mississippi Highway Patrol.

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Farewell to Jack's

Updated: 09/26/2002 - For almost 50 years, Jack's Sandwich Shop on 24th Avenue has been a popular spot for breakfast and lunch. It closes this week.

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WorldCom Guilty Plea

Posted: 09/26/2002 - Former WorldCom executive Davis Myers pleaded guilty on Thursday to securities fraud.

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Undercover Drug Bust

Updated: 09/25/2002 - An undercover investigation, where agents bought narcotics on street corners, resulted in at least three arrests in Livingston, Ala.

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Bomb Threat Stalls Classes

Posted: 09/25/2002 - Two phony bomb threats were called in to Meridian High School Wednesday morning.

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Second Death From Wreck

Updated: 09/25/2002 - A second victim has died of injuries in a pedestrian-vehicle collision.

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Ports in a Storm

Updated: 09/25/2002 - The influx of evacuees from the coast that was expected did not materialize Wednesday in Meridian, but the Amtrak Crescent is sitting out the storm here.

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Storm Preparations: Power Outages

Updated: 09/25/2002 - Storms and power outages often go hand-and-hand. As tropical storm Isidor is nearing, inland local power regulators say they are prepared.

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Job Workshops

Help Wanted

Updated: 09/25/2002 - With recent plant closures, Clarke County now has the highest unemployment rate in the state. One local agency is working to change that.

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United Way Campaign

Updated: 09/25/2002 - United Way of East Mississippi has officially extended its annual campaign to Clarke County.

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West Nile Vaccine

West Nile Virus

Updated: 09/25/2002 - Blood test research is said to be promising on developing a West Nile virus vaccine.

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Isidore Impact

Updated: 09/25/2002 - The Gulf Coast has braced itself for Isidore. The system has also blanketed Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama with steady rain.

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Legislators Go Home

Updated: 09/25/2002 - Lawmakers head home from a special session for about 10 days. But House and Senate negotiators will again tackle medical malpractice tort reform next Monday.

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Officer Assaulted

Updated: 09/24/2002 - A Union police officer was allegedly assaulted over the weekend, while answering a domestic disturbance call.

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Thomas: "We'll Find You"

Updated: 09/24/2002 - The new chief of police in York, Alabama, says illegal drug activity is at the top of his list.

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Threefoot Loose

Updated: 09/24/2002 - Some bricks are loose on Meridian's tallest landmark, the Threefoot Building, downtown on 22nd Avenue.

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Miss. Prepares for Storm

Updated: 09/24/2002 - As tropical storm Isidore nears, Gov. Ronnie Musgrove has declared a state of emergency in Mississippi.

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Legislative Debate and the Weather

Updated: 09/24/2002 - Hurricane Isidore has also impacted the Mississippi legislature, and, thus, the medical malpractice debate.

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MPC Prepares for the Worst

Updated: 09/24/2002 - Mississippi Power Company says it is well prepared to deal with widespread outages, if Isidore creates problems for the state.

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Candidates Garner Endorsements

Updated: 09/24/2002 - Mississippi Congressmen Ronnie Shows and Chip Pickering both picked up endorsements Tuesday.

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West Nile Vaccine Possible

West Nile Virus

Updated: 09/24/2002 - Researchers are hard at work on a vaccine for West Nile virus, but it may be several years away.

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Session Nears End?

Updated: 09/24/2002 - The Mississippi House and Senate have come closer than ever to a possible compromise on caps for "pain and suffering" in medical malpractice lawsuits.

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Alabama Pursues Toyota

Updated: 09/24/2002 - The governor of Alabama has confirmed the state is courting Toyota to locate a new plant in the state.

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Census: U.S. Poverty Up, Income Down

Updated: 09/24/2002 - The U.S. poverty rate rose for the first time in eight years and household income fell last year, a double dose of bad economic news that coincided with the first recession in a decade.

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