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186th ARW Shares Some Love at Aldersgate

Posted: 6:28 PM - Members of the Air National Guard's 186th Air Refueling Wing put on their dress uniforms and cut a rug with Aldersgate residents Friday.

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CIT Training Prepares Officers for Field

Posted: 5:27 PM - Thirteen officers have now graduated from Crisis Intervention Team Training in Meridian - each one now more equipped to handle a mental health crisis.

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Consolidation Considered to Cut Costs

Posted: 4:55 PM - Mississippi lawmakers will consider bills to consolidate major state agencies and streamline services to save money.

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Philadelphia to Launch Website

Updated: 3:21 PM - Users will go to www.philadelphiams.net to learn about community happenings, developing projects, and even city ordinances.

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Arbor Day Meridian

Updated: 2:29 PM - There was record turnout for Friday's Arbor Day Celebration in Meridian. City officials say the excitement about planting trees could ultimately pay off in more ways than one.

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Union High School Adding Vo-Tech Classes

Updated: 3:24 PM - The Union School District will be adding Vocational and Career Technical Education classes to Union High School next school year, to provide more options for students outside of core classes.

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N. Korea Sanctions Bill Sent to President

Posted: 12:12 PM - Congress sent President Barack Obama legislation that aims to punish North Korea for pushing ahead with its nuclear weapons program.

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'The Syndicate' Host Sentenced in Poaching Case

Posted: 10:46 AM - A former host of a cable TV hunting show has been sentenced to 16 months in prison for his role in a poaching operation on a remote national preserve in Alaska.

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Local Businesses Prepare For Valentines Day

Posted: 10:28 AM - Several businesses are expecting to see lots of people coming in and out of their doors this weekend as people celebrate Valentine's Day.

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Right-To-Work Amendment Fails in Alabama House

Updated: 10:23 AM - Republicans were unable to muster enough votes to put 'right-to-work' language in the Alabama Constitution saying workers can't be required to join unions.

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Suspect Arrested in Shooting Case

Updated: 02/11/2016 - Meridian police have arrested a suspect on charges of shooting into a dwelling and aggravated assault.

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Body Cameras Assist in Arrests

Updated: 02/11/2016 - Body cameras were recently implemented in the city of Philadelphia, and after the first night in use, officers say they were able to solve a crime.

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Internet Tax Freedom Forever Act Passes Congress

Posted: 02/11/2016 - Congress sent a bipartisan compromise to President Obama Thursday that would permanently keep federal, state and local governments from taxing access to the Internet.

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West Alabama County ‘Storm Ready’

Updated: 02/11/2016 - Choctaw County in West Alabama is now considered ‘Storm Ready’ by the National Weather Service, meaning Choctaw County is better prepared to save lives from the onslaught of severe weather.

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