Updated: 12:43 AM Many of the families at Care Lodge Domestic Violence Shelter are not necessarily escaping physical abuse.
Updated: 12:08 AM Two survivors of domestic abuse talked with Newscenter 11 about trying to get their lives back on track.
Updated: 11:25 PM For the first time ever, the media is being allowed behind the doors of a shelter for abused families.
Updated: 10:10 AM Efforts are being made to curb one of the fastest growing problems for local teenagers.
Updated: 10:02 AM A $1,000,000 cash bond has been set for a West Alabama man accused of gunning down his estranged wife in Mississippi.
Updated: 12:55 AM A new book has been written about the life of a local civil rights icon.
Updated: 1:48 AM There are new developments in the investigation into a devastating fire at one West Alabama school.
Updated: 11:38 PM Law enforcement officers from five different counties combined their efforts for a drug sweep Monday in Kemper County.
Updated: 9:21 PM A group is announcing a hearing that will address what they call, 'the real reasons,' that Meridian's police chief resigned.
Updated: 12:29 AM Some grassroots efforts are being made in hopes of curbing youth crime in Meridian.
Updated: 12:24 AM There are five new inductees into Meridian Community College's Hall of Fame. One of those is Roscoe Jones. During the 1960's he was the first African American male to enroll and attend what was then Meridian Junior College.
Updated: 12:24 AM About three weeks into the 113th Congress, session, an Alabama senator spoke to constituents about what's happening in Washington.
Updated: 1:06 AM Some opponents of a bill to waive out-of-state tuition at Mississippi's 2-year colleges say it's unfair.
Posted: 10:13 AM Registration is underway for a storm spotter class in Choctaw County, Alabama.
Updated: 11:50 PM Many Head Start centers in Mississippi are making extra efforts this year to reach out to the growing Hispanic population.
Updated: 12:39 AM Special training is being offered to some people seeking jobs at the coal plant site in Kemper County.
Updated: 11:17 PM Locals are mourning the loss of a beloved Meridian entertainer. Longtime Meridian Little Theatre Director, Jimmy Pigford, has died. Arrangements for him are now being released.
Updated: 9:34 AM Another arrest has been made as part of an ongoing investigation into adults soliciting sex from minors.
Updated: 8:56 AM A local agency is getting an early start on celebrating Arbor Day.
Updated: 12:13 AM Over the last few months crime has been a hot topic in Meridian. According to the district attorney, the number of crimes being reported to his office is on the decline.
Updated: 12:37 AM People who have written bad checks are on the radar of the district attorney's office.