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Tax Filing Changes for 2015

Updated: 01/15/2016 - The tax deadline for this year has been changed. It's one of several changes that taxpayers are being advised to keep in mind when making preparations to file their taxes this year.

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Lauderdale County Road Conditions

Updated: 01/14/2016 - According to the American Society of Civil Engineers, more than half of all roads in the U.S. are in 'less than good condition'. Lauderdale County officials say, overall, roads here are good.

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LCSD New Patrol Cars

Updated: 01/13/2016 - Soon, if you need a Lauderdale County deputy, the response time could improve. That's because preparations are being made to add some new patrol cars to the fleet.

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Demopolis Suspect Sought

Updated: 01/07/2016 - Police in Demopolis, Alabama are asking for the public's help in identifying a wanted suspect.

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IHOP Cave-In: City's Latest Response

Updated: 01/05/2016 - It seems that a temporary fix to address the parking lot collapse at IHOP restaurant in Meridian could remain there for quite some time.

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UWA Mourns The Loss of One of Its Own

Updated: 12/31/2015 - The start of the new year will be a solemn one for the University of West Alabama. Faculty, staff and students at the school are mourning the loss of one of their own.

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Booming Business: Holiday Plumbing Service Calls

Updated: 12/30/2015 - As the holiday season continues, so does the increase in calls for assistance from homeowners, who need help fixing household problems. As Newscenter 11 learned, it turns out that for many people, the holiday season often brings more than just cheer.

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Lala Future Plans

Updated: 12/30/2015 - A local businessman is announcing future plans to bring more jobs to Meridian.

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Local Teens Spread Christmas Cheer

Updated: 12/24/2015 - Leading up to Christmas Day, some local teens have continued what's become a tradition of spreading Christmas cheer through music. Newscenter 11 is now finding out what motivates the duo to do this each year.

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MPD Good Samaritans Recognized

Updated: 12/23/2015 - Four officers with the Meridian Police Department are being recognized for going far beyond the call of duty.

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Homicide Crisis Petition Drive

Updated: 12/22/2015 - According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 16,000 people were murdered in the U.S. last year. There's a national effort to address such tragedies, and some locals are getting involved with it.

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Demopolis Drug Roundup

Updated: 12/22/2015 - A dozen arrests have been made in a drug roundup in one part of West Alabama.

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Local Job Search

Updated: 12/21/2015 - Not having a job can be tough at any time. However, this can make life especially difficult during the holidays. Today we're taking a look at how some locals are describing the job search process here at home.

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New Education Legislation:Giving States More Power

Updated: 12/18/2015 - School districts should soon have more control over how some of their affairs are conducted. It's the result of a measure that was recently signed into law by President Obama.

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Newton Police Department: Proposed Closure

Updated: 12/14/2015 - Money woes for the city of Newton could lead to a major change there. Mayor David Carr says closing the police department is one of several options that he's exploring as a budget cutting measure.

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Foster Children Christmas: Gifts Needed

Updated: 12/11/2015 - With more than 200 foster children on the list for being adopted for Christmas, Wesley House officials are making a plea to the public.

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