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Residents Relieved After Arrests

Updated: 09/26/2007 - Residents of a small Clarke County town says they are relieved, now that dozens of guns, and drugs are off their streets.

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Health Care Forum Raises Debate

Posted: 09/26/2007 - On Tuesday, Gov. Haley Barbour said a children's health insurance program passed by the U.S. House shortchanges Mississippi. With a recent report claiming 1 million Mississippians are without health coverage, is there a solution?

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See You at the Pole

Updated: 09/26/2007 - Students gathered around the flagpoles at campuses around the nation, before school hours, to pray.

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Alabama Death Row Inmate Seeks Stay

Posted: 09/26/2007 - Lawyers representing Alabama death row inmate Tommy Arthur have asked the U.S. Supreme Court for a stay of his scheduled execution on Thursday, based on its review of a case in Kentucky.

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Fire at Meridian Apartments

Posted: 09/26/2007 - Firefighters responded to a 911 call at North Hills Manor Tuesday night.

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Insurance Dilemma Topic in Mobile

Posted: 09/25/2007 - Insurance commissioners from states most vulnerable to hurricanes, like Mississippi and Alabama, say federal help may be the only way to keep insurance available to many property owners.

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Ingenuity Saves Quitman Business

Updated: 09/25/2007 - New life has been breathed into a Clarke County business that was on the verge of closing down this summer. Bazor will make a new product.

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Ronald Returns Home

Updated: 09/26/2007 - After a week of being missing in action, Ronald McDonald is back.

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Drug Roundup in Clarke County

Updated: 09/25/2007 - Clarke County authorities made several arrests Tuesday after a year-long undercover investigation.

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Victims, Families Remembered

Updated: 09/25/2007 - People who have lost their lives to violence, and their loved ones, were remembered in a service Tuesday in Jackson.

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Circumstances Demand Emergency Demolition

Posted: 09/25/2007 - Efforts to get rid of some of Meridian's biggest eyesores has come to a temporary halt. But one dangerous situation was addressed this week.

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Trial Date Set for Truhett

Posted: 09/25/2007 - A court date has been set for the former clerk of a child support program in east Mississippi.

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$60,000 Reward Offered

Posted: 09/25/2007 - Investigators are stepping up their efforts to locate a suspect they believe to be serial rapist.

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Toyota Supplier Coming to Baldwyn

Posted: 09/25/2007 - Gov. Haley Barbour announced Tuesday that a Toyota supplier will locate in Baldwyn, Miss., and create 400 new jobs.

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Port Money Questioned

Updated: 09/24/2007 - Some lawmakers are questioning $600 in federal money to expand The Port of Gulfport.

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Arts Funding Takes Stage at Capitol

Updated: 09/24/2007 - Supporters of arts education in Mississippi will be in Jackson Tuesday to lobby for more state funding for the arts.

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Civitan Reaches Out to Young People

Posted: 09/24/2007 - The Meridian First Ladies Civitan Club and Meridian Civitan Club are sponsoring junior clubs at local high schools.

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Resident Says Dogs Damage Second Car

Updated: 09/24/2007 - A Louisville, Miss., woman says dogs have attacked her mother's car for the second time in less than a month.

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Vandals Target Porterville Residents

Updated: 09/24/2007 - There has been a rash of vehicle vandalism in Kemper County in recent weeks. Residents say they want it stopped.

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Missing Icon Located

Updated: 09/24/2007 - There is some good crime news to report. The mystery of the missing Ronald McDonald has been solved.

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FBI Releases Crime Statistics

Updated: 09/24/2007 - The FBI released its annual Uniform Crime Report on Monday, detailing crime in cities in all 50 states, including Meridian.

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