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Siegelman and Scrushy Get Prison Time

Posted: 06/28/2007 - Attorneys for Don Siegelman and Richard Scrushy, convicted of bribery and related charges, had argued for probation, but both will serve time behind bars.

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Newton Man Subdued by Stun Gun

Updated: 06/28/2007 - A nearly four-hour standoff in Newton, Miss., ended with law enforcement using a stun gun to take a local resident into custody.

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High Court Says No to Killen Again

Updated: 06/28/2007 - The Mississippi Supreme Court has refused to hear the appeal of Edgar Ray Killen, convicted for manslaughter in the 1964 deaths of three civil rights workers.

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Challenge Spurs Charitable Giving

Updated: 06/28/2007 - An anonymous donation of $5,000 and a challenge to others to give what they could resulted in more than $24,000 in gifts for worthwhile causes in east Mississippi.

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State Seeks Delay in Voter ID Law

Posted: 06/28/2007 - Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour says passing a voter ID law would be tough to do before a federal judge's deadline in 2008.

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New Jobs Coming to Noxubee County

Posted: 06/28/2007 - Koch Food, Inc., says it will open a new poultry products facility in Noxubee County that will bring 400 new jobs to the area.

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Lampton Hospitalized

Posted: 06/28/2007 - U.S. attorney, Dunn Lampton, is hospitalized in stable condition after an accident Wednesday in rural Pike County.

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Wednesday's Child

Updated: 06/28/2007 - Benjamin and Jerrica, ages 14 and 11, respectively, hope to be adopted together. One sibling will soon be 18 and emancipated from the foster care system.

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Senate Blocks Immigration Bill

Posted: 06/28/2007 - An immigration bill that would have toughened border security but also legalized millions of illegal immigrants died in the U.S. Senate Thursday.

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Report Released on Indian Gaming

Posted: 06/28/2007 - According to an Indian gaming industry report, revenues at tribal casinos rose in 2006, even though the growth has slowed.

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Siegelman, Scrushy Hearing in Third Day

Posted: 06/28/2007 - Attorneys for former Alabama governor, Don Siegelman, asked a federal judge to be lenient because his life could be in danger in prison. He and former HealthSouth CEO Richard Scrushy were found guilty on corruption charges.

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Children Receive "ID Packets"

Updated: 06/28/2007 - A parent's worst nightmare is to have a missing child. An area church helped prepare families for the unimaginable.

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Drug Suspect Indicted

Updated: 06/27/2007 - A Newton County grand jury issued an indictment for a man charged with possession of over 2,400 pounds of marijuana in 2006

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Fatal Crash in Newton County

Updated: 06/27/2007 - A one-vehicle crash in Newton County took the life of a high school student.

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Mississippians Watching Immigration Bill Debate

Updated: 06/28/2007 - Conservatives have called a revived immigration reform measure in the U.S. Senate too lenient, while some liberals say it could subject guest workers to exploitation from employers. What do Mississippians say about it?

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Free Labor Day Show Coming to Bonita

Updated: 06/27/2007 - Bonita Lakes Park will be rocking on Labor Day. "Rock at the Lakes" features Molly Hatchet, Kirsten Davies and Black Stone Cherry.

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Small Town Mourns Big Loss

Updated: 06/27/2007 - A small west Alabama town is continuing to cope, as dozens of residents recover from a tragic bus crash that happened in Kentucky.

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New Hearing Date Set for Markham

Posted: 06/27/2007 - A new hearing date was set for Robert Markham, whose position as deputy superintendent for operations is being eliminated by Meridian Public Schools.

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UMC Juggling Staff to Meet Need

Updated: 06/27/2007 - A shortage of trauma surgeons at the University of Mississippi Medical Center's emergency room hasn't affected the level of care, according to hospital officials. But it has caused administrators to juggle staff.

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Teens Learn Defensive Driving

Updated: 06/27/2007 - Learning to drive is a highlight of being a teenager. A course designed to make teenagers better and safer drivers is offered by the Meridian Police Department.

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