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James Meredith Part of Memorial

Updated: 10/30/2005 - A statue of James Meredith, the first African-American student to attend the University of Mississippi, will be part of a civil rights memorial at Ole Miss.

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Possible MRE Fraud Investigated

Updated: 10/30/2005 - For some hurricane victims, MREs may mean "Meals-Ready-for-eBay". The government is probing reports the meals may have been re-sold.

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Panel Helps Meet the Needs of Victims

Updated: 10/28/2005 - The Lauderdale County Human Relations Commission has gathered cleaning supplies to donate for hurricane victims.

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Students Take a Stand

Updated: 10/28/2005 - Students at Crestwood Elementary School joined hands to celebrate a stand against drugs.

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Bullfights Postponed Till '06

Updated: 10/28/2005 - Mexican bullfights that were planned for Newton, Miss., in November had to be delayed because of customs problems.

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Wal-Mart Location to Close

Updated: 10/28/2005 - The town of Livingston, Ala., is losing one of its largest retailers in early 2006.

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York Tightens its Belt

Updated: 10/28/2005 - Hard times are calling for some tough decisions in York, Alabama.

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Two Months After Katrina

Updated: 10/28/2005 - It has been nearly two months since Hurricane Katrina struck the Gulf Coast.

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Detainee Questioned in Adeyooye Death

Updated: 10/28/2005 - Investigators say a "person of interest" will be questioned in connection with the murder of an Illinois college student whose body was found in Newton County.

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Siegelman Vows to Fight

Updated: 10/27/2005 - A former Alabama governor has come out swinging and declaring his innocence after being indicted for bribery and extortion.

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Probe of College Student's Death Continues

Updated: 10/27/2005 - Investigators are continuing to sift through evidence, trying to figure out how a college student in Illinois ended up dead in Newton County.

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Montgomery Remembers Parks

Updated: 10/27/2005 - Memorial services this weekend in Montgomery, Ala., will remember Rosa Parks, called the mother of the civil rights movement.

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Philly Looks for New Chief

Updated: 10/27/2005 - The town of Philadelphia will look for a new chief of police starting next week.

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Tabereaux Takes New Job

Updated: 10/27/2005 - The Mississippi Arts and Entertainment Center is losing its executive director to The MSU Riley Center.

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Officer Killed Follow-Up

Updated: 10/27/2005 - The case of a man charged with killing an officer in Waynesboro is set to go before a grand jury next year.

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Former Governor Indicted

Updated: 10/26/2005 - A federal grand jury has indicted former Alabama Gov. Don Siegelman, ex-HealthSouth Chief Richard Scrushy and two others on charges of bribery and extortion.

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Burned Body Identified

Updated: 10/26/2005 - Dental records confirm the body found in a burned out chicken house in Newton County is that of a missing Illinois woman.

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Walk Canceled But Work Continues

Updated: 10/26/2005 - Even though the Alzheimer's Association Annual Memory Walk was canceled due to Hurricane Katrina, the work of the organization still has support.

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MAEC Pushing Ahead

Updated: 10/26/2005 - The Mississippi Arts and Entertainment Center is an expensive project. But with the national spotlight focused on Mississippi, officials say more funding could result.

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Avery Dennison Looks at Layoffs

Updated: 10/26/2005 - Avery Dennison plans to layoff hundreds of workers at its operations worldwide by the end of the year.

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Medicare Changes

Updated: 10/26/2005 - Starting next year, drug companies will begin offering insurance coverage for prescription drugs to Medicare recipients.

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State, Local Officials Probe Mystery

Updated: 10/25/2005 - State officials are assisting the Newton County Sheriff's Department in identifying a body found in a burned chicken house.

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Trick-or-Treating Next Monday

Updated: 10/25/2005 - The city of Meridian released a statement clarifying when trick-or-treating is allowed inside the city.

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Stennis Legacy Lives On

Updated: 10/25/2005 - Legendary U.S. Sen. John C. Stennis served the state of Mississippi for more than four decades. A ship that bears his name offered up a different kind of service to the late senator's constituents.

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