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Amtrak Fires Leader

Updated: 11/09/2005 - Amtrak's board of directors has fired the president of the passenger railroad.

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Lawmakers Haggle Over Budget

Updated: 11/09/2005 - Mississippi lawmakers expect to have fewer dollars for next year's budget because of Katrina and Rita.

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Constable's Race Set for Runoff

Updated: 11/09/2005 - A special election in Kemper County is still undecided, and a runoff is scheduled for Nov. 22.

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More Communities Get DRC Locations

Updated: 11/09/2005 - Disaster Recovery Center mobile units will be available for several days in Clarke, Noxubee, Smith and Lowndes counties.

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United Way Seeking Solutions

Updated: 11/08/2005 - The recent hurricanes that hit the area have taken their toll on the United Way of East Mississippi.

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Diesel Staying High

Updated: 11/08/2005 - Gas prices continue to fall, but not nearly as much if you're pumping diesel fuel. Those prices are frustrating over-the-road truck drivers.

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Jones: "Looks Do Matter"

Updated: 11/08/2005 - The Keep America Beautiful Commission says the appearance of a community plays a role in attracting new industry.

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Medal Winner Bestows Honors

Updated: 11/07/2005 - The Montgomery Institute awarded its first G.V. "Sonny" Montgomery Awards of Merit Monday.

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Twin States Look for Big Fish

Updated: 11/07/2005 - East central Mississippi and west Alabama are looking with a hopeful eye to the future and what could be.

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Supervisors Willing to Invest

Updated: 11/07/2005 - The Lauderdale County Board of Supervisors plans to invest in-site preparation for an auto-related industry, contingent on that business making a commitment here.

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Clarke Lands New Business

Updated: 11/07/2005 - A new business is coming to Clarke County, helping to fill a void left when a mill closed there a few years ago.

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Fire Claims Minister's Son

Updated: 11/07/2005 - A house fire early Sunday morning took the life of Dennis Huggins, III, son of the Rev. Dennis Huggins, pastor of First Apostolic Church of West Meridian.

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Lawmakers Juggle Budget Requests

Updated: 11/07/2005 - Facing uncertainty because of Hurricane Katrina, Mississippi legislative leaders are beginning to write a budget for the next fiscal year.

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Suspect Charged in Salvation Army Fire

Updated: 11/07/2005 - A Meridian resident has been arrested for allegedly starting a fire at the Salvation Army warehouse in Meridian in March.

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McBride Pleads Guilty to Gouging

Updated: 11/07/2005 - A west Alabama oil executive has changed his plea to guilty, after being indicted for gas price gouging after Hurricane Katrina.

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Murder Trial

Updated: 11/07/2005 - A trial date has been set for a Sumter County man charged with murder.

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Home Inspections May Not Be Required

Updated: 11/06/2005 - Residents from regions of Louisiana and Mississippi hardest hit by Hurricane Katrina who applied for federal aid can expect to receive a call from FEMA.

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FEMA: "Evacuees Still Welcome to Apply"

Updated: 11/06/2005 - Some evacuees are still living in hotels and with host families in Alabama and elsewhere. Efforts are still being made to help find permanent housing for displaced residents.

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Man Pleads Guilty in Katrina Fraud Case

Updated: 11/06/2005 - A Hattiesburg man has pleaded guilty to stealing an interstate shipment of relief aid and supplies bound for Hurricane Katrina victims.

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Stiff Sentence Issued for Assault

Updated: 11/06/2005 - A suspect in a 1999 assault on a Mississippi State University student has been sentenced to prison.

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Louisiana Opens Special Session

Updated: 11/06/2005 - Lawmakers in Louisiana meet in a 17-day special session to address issues relating to recent hurricanes.

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