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Teachers Union Pushed "Full Funding"

Posted: 03/14/2006 - As the Mississippi House and Senate prepare for final budget negotiations, the debate is whether to fund education under the state-mandated "MAEP Formula," or phase in the funding.

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Insurance Case in State Court

Updated: 03/13/2006 - Mississippi's lawsuit over insurance companies' refusal to pay Hurricane Katrina claims is back in state court.

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Mad Cow Identified in Alabama

Posted: 03/13/2006 - A cow in Alabama has tested positive for mad cow disease, but officials say it had not entered the food supply.

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Focus: Securing the Homeland

Posted: 03/13/2006 - Emergency and homeland security officials say on most every level the response to Hurricane Katrina was flawed. The Mississippi Homeland Security Conference addressed some of these problems.

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KIA to Build in Georgia

Posted: 03/13/2006 - Korean automaker KIA chose a small town in Georgia for its first North American plant, giving Lauderdale County a pass.

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Bizarre Fatal

Posted: 03/13/2006 - A west Alabama woman is dead and her husband left in critical condition following a bizarre accident near the state line.

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Fatal Accident Probe

Updated: 03/13/2006 - Charges could be pending in a fatal accident in Newton.

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Drug Sentencing

Updated: 03/13/2006 - A Wayne County man found guilty of more than two pounds of marijuana has been sentenced.

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Internet Arrest

Updated: 03/13/2006 - A west Alabama man has been arrested and charged with soliciting sex from a teenager over the Internet.

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Bad Checks Plea

Updated: 03/13/2006 - A Wayne County man accused of trying to cash more than 13 bad checks has pleaded guilty.

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Are We Prepared for the Storm?

Updated: 03/13/2006 - Local homeland security officers say preparation is key for the upcoming storm season.

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A House Divided

Updated: 03/13/2006 - The Mississippi House of Representatives is arguing amongst themselves as they head back into session.

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National Symbol Replaced

Updated: 03/12/2006 - An American Flag damaged during Hurricane Katrina was replaced Saturday.

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Highland Park Traffic

Updated: 03/12/2006 - The Meridian City Council has closed Highland Park to through traffic, and local residents say it's a good thing.

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Three for the Road

Posted: 03/10/2006 - A Meridian family is getting ready to face its greatest challenge ever, even bigger than finding out triplets were on the way.

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Tornado of 1992

Posted: 03/10/2006 - Southeast Middle School has rebuilt since it was destroyed by a twister in 1992, but many at the school still remember the storm.

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Supervisors Weigh In on Housing Debate

Posted: 03/10/2006 - Lauderdale County supervisors have jumped into the fight to stop low income rental housing from being built in some higher income neighborhoods.

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EOC Operations Back Together

Posted: 03/10/2006 - Operations for the next emergency in Meridian and Lauderdale County will apparently involve joint coordination.

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Storm Blows Through Downtown

Posted: 03/09/2006 - Even before the storms started Thursday afternoon, high winds in Meridian caused some minor problems in the Queen City. There was more serious damage elsewhere in the state.

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Law Protects Alabama Buyers

Posted: 03/09/2006 - A new law that took effect Thursday is designed to protect Alabama consumers from unknowingly buying a flooded car or truck that has been rebuilt.

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Jobless Rate Remains Constant

Posted: 03/09/2006 - Mississippi's unemployment rate for January fell two-tenths of a percentage point to 9.1 percent.

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