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Milk Prices Rising

Updated: 06/04/2007 - June is National Dairy Month but the price for a gallon of milk may not have you celebrating. Right now, milk costs more than a gallon of gasoline.

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IRS Warns Taxpayers About E-mail Scam

Posted: 06/04/2007 - The Internal Revenue Service says it's not sending unsolicited e-mails telling people they are being investigated by the agency.

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Alabama Voters Go to Polls Tuesday

Posted: 06/04/2007 - Officials in Alabama say they expect a small turnout for Tuesday's statewide referendum on bonds for a German steel plant near Mobile.

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Seale Trial Continues in Jackson

Updated: 06/04/2007 - Prosecutors in the James Ford Seale kidnapping trial say a former daughter-in-law of the defendant is among the possible witnesses. Seale is charged with kidnapping two black teenagers in 1964, who were later found murdered.

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Peavey Gives Back

Posted: 06/03/2007 - An internationally known business is giving back.

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Chaney Laid to Rest

Updated: 06/04/2007 - A civil rights icon was laid to rest Saturday in Meridian.

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House Fire Claims Couple

Updated: 06/04/2007 - A Lauderdale County couple was killed in a fire this weekend.

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Drug Busts in Philadelphia

Posted: 06/02/2007 - Police Chief Dicky Sistrunk says drug busts are up thanks to tips from the public.

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Gunman at Wal-Mart

Updated: 06/02/2007 - Wal-Mart employees in Philadelphia apprehended a gunman Saturday.

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Fannie Lee Chaney Is Remembered

Updated: 06/01/2007 - A civil rights icon was remembered in the town of her birth Friday, as she came back home to be laid to rest next to her son.

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Hurricane Season

Updated: 06/01/2007 - Area agencies prep for the start of Hurricane Season 2007.

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Customer Cries Foul Over Gas Ad

Posted: 06/01/2007 - Mississippi has the third lowest gas prices in the nation right now. But if you are not cautious, you could wind up paying more than you think.

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County Oversight of 'Bank Plan' Considered

Posted: 05/31/2007 - In recent months, a number of participants in the 'Bank Plan' for payment of child support have complained about receiving the money late or not getting it at all. There is a proposal pending that might address the issue of oversight.

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Citizens Group Meets to Share Concerns

Updated: 05/31/2007 - The Concerned Citizens of Meridian are alleging inequalities in the school district. A meeting is being held Thursday night to share its concerns with the community.

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Lott Gets Heat About Support for Immigration Bill

Posted: 05/31/2007 - A group of protesters is outraged Sen. Trent Lott is supporting the controversial immigration bill before Congress. The bill strengthens the Mexican border, but provides a path to citizenship for illegal aliens already here.

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Search On for Bank Robbery Suspect

Updated: 05/31/2007 - The FBI and Meridian police are investigating the Thursday afternoon robbery of the Great Southern National Bank branch at Bonita Lakes Circle.

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Case Involving Former Child Support Clerk Delayed Again

Updated: 05/31/2007 - For the second time in less than a month, a chancery court judge has continued a case involving the former clerk for the 'Bank Plan', which is responsible for distributing court-ordered child support payments.

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