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Calhoun: "No Foul Play Suspected"

Posted: 08/18/2008 - Lauderdale County investigators say they don't suspect foul play in the death of local man over the weekend.

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Suspect Caught Monday

Updated: 08/18/2008 - Law enforcement has captured a suspect in a weekend robbery-bondage case.

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Marching Bands Work in Heat

Updated: 08/18/2008 - Students at Meridian Public Schools started Monday. But those in the Meridian High School Marching Band have been hard at work in the heat of summer for weeks.

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Casino Revenue Up from June

Updated: 08/18/2008 - Casino winnings nationwide have generally been down over the past year. However, Mississippi posted a gain from June to July.

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Economic Gains Boost Alabamians' Income

Posted: 08/18/2008 - Federal statistics show Alabama's personal per capita income held at around 79 percent of the national average until the late 1990s, when the gap began closing.

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Alabama to Release Ailing Inmates

Posted: 08/18/2008 - Alabama corrections officials will begin releasing sick or dying prison inmates next month in order to save millions in taxpayer dollars.

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Lauderdale County Shooting Death

Updated: 08/17/2008 - No one has been taken into custody at this time, however, Calhoun says a female has been interviewed.

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Man Found Robbed and Gagged in Lauderdale County

Updated: 08/18/2008 - Authorities say 31-year-old Billy Kinard tied up a male relative, robbed him and gagged him, in an attempt to make sure the relative couldn't leave the house. However, two days after the bondage, the relative untied himself well enough to call for help.

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The First Day of School In Meridian

Updated: 08/17/2008 - Sending kids off to school for the first day can be tough on parents, but it is especially hard on parents of first time students.

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High School Drug Testing

Posted: 08/17/2008 - Oxford High School will host an orientation meeting Monday to inform parents about a new drug testing policy.

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Tropical Storm Approaches Cuba

Posted: 08/17/2008 - Tropical Storm Fay spun toward Cuba on Sunday after lashing Haiti and the Dominican Republic with torrential rains and floods that killed at least four people.

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Sistrunk Comments on Officer's Alleged Theft

Posted: 08/16/2008 - The chief says the officer is not receiving special treatment and that his recommendation is that the officer be fired at the next meeting of the city's aldermen.

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The Lee Family Receives Special Tribute

Updated: 08/16/2008 - It is not an average mailbox. What makes it special for Rachel Lee of Quitman is that is is a symbol of her son fallen Marine Corporal Dustin Lee.

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AL Attorney General To Go Before Prison Board

Posted: 08/16/2008 - Attorney General Troy King says he will appear before the state Board of Prisons and Parole on Monday to oppose the early release of a man who murdered his wife in 1979.

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Beef Plant Prison Sentence

Posted: 08/16/2008 - Federal officials are trying to reduce the prison sentence given to the owner a failed beef plant because he helped them prosecute others in the scheme that cost Mississippi millions of dollars.

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Evacuation Orders For Florida Keys

Posted: 08/16/2008 - Visitors to the Florida Keys are being ordered to evacuate in preparation of Tropical Storm Fay's approach.

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Forecasters: Floridians Should Prepare For Hurricane

Posted: 08/16/2008 - Residents and tourists in the Florida Keys prepared Saturday for Tropical Storm Fay, which forecasters said could strengthen to a hurricane and begin battering the island chain as soon as Monday.

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