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Emergystat Employees Finally Get Paid

Updated: 02/10/2008 - Last month, when Emergystat pulled the plug on its operations in 23 Mississippi counties, employees were left with a lot of questions. The biggest of which was when the next paycheck would come.

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Barbour Tossed In As Running Mate

Updated: 02/10/2008 - Yes, it's much too early to start thinking about running mates. But people are doing it anyway.

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Mississippi Budget Discussed By Lawmakers

Posted: 02/09/2008 - The Mississippi Legislature is in the middle of trying to get out of a budget crunch. With only so much to go around, lawmakers must find ways to fund education, Medicaid and a list of other areas important to citizens.

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Reaction Mixed on Tax Rebates

Updated: 02/09/2008 - Congress has sent an economic stimulus package to President Bush that approved rebate checks for taxpayers. We asked you if you think the plan will help the U.S. economy.

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MSU Student Group Sponsors Debates

Posted: 02/08/2008 - The Stennis-Montgomery Association at Mississippi State University will sponsor four debates for candidates in the third congressional district race.

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Cochran Endorses McCain

Updated: 02/08/2008 - Mississippi Sen. Thad Cochran has shifted his support to Sen. John McCain in the presidential race.

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Blackwater Community Rebuilding

Updated: 02/08/2008 - One year later, the Blackwater community is still recovering from tornadoes that left damage and injury.

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Quitman Board Nixes Annexation

Posted: 02/08/2008 - By a unanimous vote, the Quitman board of aldermen has rescinded its proposal for annexation.

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DNA Could Clear Imprisoned Defendants

Updated: 02/08/2008 - An inmate advocacy group, The Innocence Project, is pushing for changes in the way Mississippi uses DNA evidence in criminal cases.

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Senate Bill Proposes Business Sense

Posted: 02/08/2008 - Ever wonder if state government could be run like a business? A select group of Mississippi business leaders might get the chance to try it.

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Students See Life of MLK Portrayed

Updated: 02/08/2008 - About 1,700 children watched a professional theatre production of significant events in the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

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Good Samaritans Make A Miracle

Updated: 02/08/2008 - Generosity from a caring community has brought about a miracle for Ruby Bailey, who lost a lot of money, but has found that and more.

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Suspect Charged in '92 Murder

Updated: 02/08/2008 - The Mississippi attorney general announced the arrest this week of a suspect in a 16-year-old murder case in Noxubee County. DNA evidence has apparently exonerated another man.

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MPS Hosts Annual Reading Fair

Updated: 02/07/2008 - Students from all over Meridian got a chance to show off their love of reading Thursday.

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NAS Hosts National Prayer Breakfast

Updated: 02/07/2008 - As national leaders met in Washington, D.C. for the National Prayer Breakfast, NAS Meridian hosted its own version.

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Pipeline Company Makes Donations

Posted: 02/07/2008 - Dixie Pipeline, whose propane line exploded in the Carmichael community in November 2007, was there Thursday to give back.

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Carmichael Community Still in Recovery

Updated: 02/07/2008 - The Carmichael community of Clarke County is still recovering from a deadly November 2007 propane pipeline explosion.

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