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MPSD: School Changes

Updated: 07/01/2008 - Junior High Schools Closing; Middle School Changes

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New Laws Updated

Updated: 06/30/2008 - Tomorrow marks the start of a new fiscal year and dozens of new laws for Mississippi.

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Local Girl Scouts Go To Camp

Updated: 06/30/2008 - Girl Scouts from around the area finished up camp last week at Camp Meridale and enjoyed learning about a variety of activities.

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Smoky Skies Threaten Health in Fiery California

Updated: 06/30/2008 - Hundreds of lightning-sparked wildfires have turned the air of Northern California into an unhealthy stew of smoke and ash, forcing the cancellation of athletic events and other outdoor activities.

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Miami's Mayor Goes Green, Takes On National Role

Posted: 06/30/2008 - It's a hot mid-afternoon and Miami Mayor Manny Diaz is standing on the terrace of a downtown hotel that overlooks a row of swaying palm trees, graceful sailboats and the aquamarine waters of Biscayne Bay.

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July Climate Outlook

Posted: 06/30/2008 - Here is the July Climate Outlook from the Climate Prediction Center.

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New Laws

Posted: 06/30/2008 - STARTING TOMORROW THE LIVES OF MISSISSIPPIANS WILL BE IMPACTED IN SEVERAL WAYS AS DOZENS OF NEW LAWS GO INTO EFFECT.

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Workers Rehired

Posted: 06/30/2008 - About 100 jobs are returning to West Alabama.

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End of Era

Posted: 06/30/2008 - Today marks the last day on the job for a longtime local educator.

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Great Lakes compact focus shifting to Congress

Posted: 06/30/2008 - A year ago, it seemed a proposed interstate compact designed to prevent thirstier regions from raiding the Great Lakes might be sunk by squabbles among the eight states with jurisdiction over the vast reservoir.

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USDA reports flooding cuts corn acres

Posted: 06/30/2008 - The government says farmers will harvest nearly 7 percent fewer acres of corn than last year in part because Midwest flooding has damaged the crop.

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China leaders praise US help on quake

Posted: 06/30/2008 - China's top leaders said they were thankful for U.S. help after Sichuan's devastating earthquake, with Premier Wen Jiabao saying Monday he was impressed that the first foreigners he saw providing help when he toured the province were Americans.

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Western guvs discuss balancing energy, wildlife

Posted: 06/30/2008 - Governors from several Western states voted Sunday to form a council that will study ways to protect wildlife habitat in the face of ever-increasing demand for energy development in their region.

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Inundated towns along river ponder their futures

Posted: 06/30/2008 - Once the Mississippi River starts to recede this week from another great flood, the tiny river towns that dot its banks in Missouri and Illinois will once again face the question: return and rebuild, or relocate?

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St. Louis awaiting Mississippi crest

Posted: 06/30/2008 - Crests on the Mississippi from the recent flooding are expected tomorrow in St. Louis and later in the week in Cape Girardeau, Missouri.

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Storms in South, East cause delays; 1 child killed

Posted: 06/30/2008 - A 5-year-old was killed when strong winds blew over a row of tents at an Alabama air show during storms that stretched across the South on Sunday while severe weather caused airport delays in the East, officials said.

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