Due to an ethics complaint filed against him, Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore is suspended from performing his duties. Moore refused to comply with a federal court order to remove the Ten Commandments monument from the judicial building.
Updated: 7:31 PM
An investigation is underway into an apparent double murder in West Alabama.
Updated: 7:27 PM
Eight associated justices of the Alabama Supreme Court ordered the Ten Commandments monument be moved from the judicial building.
Chief Justice Roy Moore vows to continue the fight.
Updated: 8:24 PM
Americorps volunteers will be at work in Lauderdale County through a grant awarded to the United Way of East Mississippi.
Updated: 8:06 PM
The University of Mississippi and the military will investigate the death of an ROTC student.
Updated: 8:03 PM
The race for Lauderdale County District 1 supervisor will be decided in the Republican runoff Tuesday.
Updated: 8:54 PM
The Mississippi Supreme Court ruled Thursday that wrongful death lawsuits may be filed on behalf of an unborn fetus, a "person".
Updated: 9:04 PM
Defeated state treasurer candidate Andrew Ketchings endorses Tate Reeves in the Republican runoff.
Updated: 7:50 PM
The superintendent for Choctaw County schools is retiring.
Updated: 3:50 PM
Meridian's sixth homicide victim of 2003 died from blows to the head.
Updated: 7:58 PM
Mississippi's jobless rate hit a 16-month high in July and remains above 7% for the second straight month.
Updated: 7:55 PM
Local and nationwide blood supplies are low, causing concern for accident victims and others who may need emergency surgery.
Updated: 7:40 PM
Negotiations between the city of Meridian and Comcast Cable over fees and coverage are in progress.
Updated: 7:38 PM
A two-vehicle crash Tuesday seriously injured a Scott County man, who is now being treated for burns.
Updated: 7:23 PM
Shawn O'Hara, the Reform Party's nominee for Mississippi governor,
included Meridian in an eight-city campaign swing.
Updated: 7:16 PM
The chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court was denied an emergency appeal by the U.S. Supreme Court.
Updated: 2:01 PM
Although they have been the most popular contraceptive for years, are birth control pills still the most effective?
Updated: 8:28 PM
The Democrat and Republican nominees for Governor of Mississippi will meet in four debates.
Updated: 8:27 PM
A brief power outage along 8th Street Monday night may have prompted a burglary attempt.
Updated: 8:21 PM
Love's Kitchen has fed hungry people in Meridian and Lauderdale County for over 20 years, but it will get a new home.
Updated: 8:11 PM
Archusa Lake in Quitman is running low these days. Some residents of Clarke County say they're concerned about its future.
Updated: 8:09 PM
An investigation into allegations of racism, corruption and records falsification by some members of the 186th Air Refueling Wing could be drawing to a close. However, the lead investigator has not submitted his report.
Updated: 8:07 PM
Two suspects have been charged in the Aug. 17 killing of Marlon Maurice Davis.
Updated: 7:59 PM
An appeal to the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals by Alabama's chief justice has not changed a Wednesday deadline to remove the Ten Commandments monument.
Updated: 7:57 PM
A 39-year-old Lauderdale County man who had West Nile virus died last week. Officials would not comment on the cause of death.
Updated: 7:55 PM
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