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Mississippi Approved for Reimbursement

Updated: 11/01/2005 - According to Mississippi's senators, the state is getting over $56 million in reimbursement from costs associated with Hurricane Katrina.

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Annexation Trial in Progress

Updated: 10/31/2005 - Meridian's annexation trial finally got underway Monday. It's being heard by a special chancellor, with court being conducted at the federal courthouse.

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Shooting Suspect Arrested

Updated: 10/31/2005 - Meridian police charged a suspect in a shooting Sunday afternoon at The Car Wash downtown.

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Lottery Scam Resurfaces

Updated: 10/31/2005 - Scam artists in Canada are apparently targeting people in Mississippi again.

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Slain Student's Car Found

Updated: 10/31/2005 - The missing car of a slain Illinois State University student has been found in Atlanta, where police say a man they may want to question is awaiting extradition to central Illinois on unrelated theft charges.

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Dry Conditions Keep Burn Ban in Place

Updated: 10/31/2005 - The danger of wildfires continues to be strong because of dry conditions and leftover debris from the hurricane.

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Daycare Centers Receive Support

Updated: 10/31/2005 - The Phil Hardin Foundation is helping with technical support and assistance for licensed non-profit child care facilities affected by Hurricane Katrina.

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Action Helped Disarm Health Concern

Updated: 10/31/2005 - Officials moved quickly to stop a health threat from mosquitoes, complicated by a hurricane striking the Gulf Coast.

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Authorities Await Complete Autopsy

Updated: 10/30/2005 - Police say they expect complete autopsy results next week that should reveal important clues into the death of an Illinois State University student.

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Hundreds Gather to Honor Parks

Updated: 10/30/2005 - Hundreds of people attended Sunday's memorial service in Montgomery for Rosa Parks, who inspired the civil rights movement by refusing to give up a seat on a city bus to a white man.

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Some Testing Canceled

Updated: 10/30/2005 - Mississippi officials have decided to cancel some testing of students this year.

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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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