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State Farm, Hood Settle Dispute

Posted: 02/07/2008 - State Farm Insurance and Attorney General Jim Hood have settled a lawsuit over Hood's criminal probe of Katrina claims.

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Meredith: Wait and See on Tuition Hike

Updated: 02/07/2008 - Mississippi's chief of higher education said the final money bill from the state legislature will determine if college tuition increases.

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Romney Withdraws from Race

Updated: 02/07/2008 - Mitt Romney dropped out of the campaign for the Republican presidential nomination.

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Clinton School Closes Because of Illness

Posted: 02/07/2008 - Mount Salus Christian School has canceled classes for the rest of the week because at least 25 percent of students are at home sick.

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Governor Declares State of Emergency

Posted: 02/06/2008 - Gov. Haley Barbour declared a state of emergency in Mississippi counties affected by severe weather that spawned tornadoes.

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Prevention Key in Fighting Flu

Posted: 02/06/2008 - The flu continues to spread in our area. Child care providers are cautioned to be especially careful to practice prevention.

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Demolition Agreement Renewed

Posted: 02/06/2008 - An agreement between Meridian and Lauderdale County to tear down abandoned properties has been reauthorized.

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Christians Observe Ash Wednesday

Updated: 02/06/2008 - Ash Wednesday is the start of the Lenten season, observing the forty days leading up to the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.

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Healthwatch: Wound Care Is Specialty

Updated: 02/06/2008 - The treatment of serious wounds may involve complex hospital or outpatient care. The Specialty Hospital of Meridian approaches the treatment from every angle.

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How Significant Are Mississippi's Primaries?

Updated: 02/06/2008 - Both the Republican and Democratic presidential campaigns are still close after Super Tuesday. But are they close enough for Mississippi's Mar. 11 primaries to make a difference?

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High Court Rules in Barbour's Favor

Updated: 02/06/2008 - The Mississippi Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that a special election for Trent Lott's former U.S. Senate seat will take place in November.

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Fourth Mississippi Death Recorded from WNV

Updated: 02/06/2008 - Mississippi health officials say a fourth person has died due to complications from the West Nile virus infection of the 2007 season.

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City Council Approves Walk of Fame

Updated: 02/05/2008 - Meridian will soon have its own Walk of Fame, honoring this state's greatest artists and entertainers.

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Alabama Has Super Tuesday

Updated: 02/05/2008 - For the first time, Alabama is part of Super Tuesday's presidential primaries.

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Jackson Named to PEER Committee

Updated: 02/05/2008 - State Sen. Sampson Jackson has been selected to serve on the Joint Committee on Performance Evaluation and Expenditure Review.

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State Weighs Health Awareness

Posted: 02/05/2008 - A so-called "obesity bill" in the Mississippi House, to bar obese people from eating in restaurants, was panned as discriminatory and simply ridiculous. But what of a health initiative to create awareness?

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Philadelphia Receives Cultural Grant

Updated: 02/05/2008 - Philadelphia and four other Mississippi communities are part of a pilot program to develop their cultural assets.

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Legislators Back in Montgomery

Updated: 02/05/2008 - Lawmakers in Alabama begin the 2008 session Tuesday, facing a tighter budget than usual.

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Flu Makes Mark on Businesses

Updated: 02/04/2008 - The flu is a problem across the country. Two deaths have been reported in Mississippi so far.

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