Posted: 2:38 PM Alabama Legislature cracks down on painkiller abuse.
Updated: 2:49 PM Alabama finance director taking Birmingham job.
Posted: 2:21 PM Bill eases voting in Alabama for emergency workers.
Updated: 11:50 PM An organization is helping young men reach their potential.
Updated: 11:50 PM A local school took time to recognize students who make an effort to be a role model student.
Updated: 11:45 PM A group that helps so many set a new record on Friday.
Posted: 7:03 PM The Chickasawhay River at Enterprise is expected to rise above flood stage Saturday.
Posted: 6:51 PM Work should begin soon on several projects to renovate recreation facilities in Meridian Public Schools.
Updated: 5:26 PM Meridian City Hall will be open Saturday morning for absentee voting for the primaries.
Updated: 7:09 PM There are new developments in the kidnapping of a local child.
Posted: 2:30 PM Authorities say at least two suspects who have yet to be identified have passed counterfeit checks in various Wal-Mart stores in Mississippi and Arkansas.
Updated: 7:00 PM The streets of downtown Meridian will be filled with music Saturday for the Music in May Festival.
Updated: 7:07 PM Dirty water is being blamed for causing a murky mess at a Meridian swim club.
Updated: 7:07 PM A Sumter Central High School student is one of 1,000 students from across the nation to receive the Gates Millennium Scholarship.
Posted: 11:04 AM The Meridian-Lauderdale County Public Library will be closed all next week.
Posted: 10:58 AM Lamar headmaster to lead the Mississippi Association of Independent Schools.
Posted: 10:52 AM The family of Emmett Till says a letter from Lil Wayne fell short of an apology for his crude reference to the civil rights martyr in a song.
Posted: 10:42 AM Mississippi tax collections were $46 million, or 8.2 percent, below the estimate for the month of April.
Updated: 3:14 PM Thursday was a big day for members of the Jimmie Rodgers foundation.
Updated: 11:49 PM An area runs paid tribute to those impacted by a recent act of terrorism.
Updated: 11:21 PM Local youth are invited to take part in an upcoming summit.
Updated: 11:20 PM After a successful event last year, planning has already begun for Meridian's second LEO Run to Remember.
Posted: 7:54 PM Students and faculty and staff of East Mississippi Community College stuck with a 3-month weight loss program so that others could have something to eat.
Posted: 7:24 PM The Mississippi Highway Patrol has identified a pedestrian killed on Highway 45 late Wednesday night.
Updated: 8:13 AM A suspect in the kidnapping of 6-year-old Jashayla Hopson, Jesse Mae Brown Pollard, has been denied bond in federal court in Jackson.
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