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Murder Trial

Updated: 09/20/2004 - Hurricane Ivan not only caused damage, it is also affecting a high-profile case in Neshoba County.

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Making the Case

Updated: 09/19/2004 - Within the next month prosecutors are expected to announce if there's enough evidence to proceed in the 40-year-old murder investigation of three civil rights workers, but even if there were, would there be enough for a trial?

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Schools to Reopen Monday

Updated: 09/19/2004 - Area schools are scheduled to reopen Monday after being closed for two days due to hurricane Ivan.

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Mississippi Sends Help to Florida

Updated: 09/19/2004 - The Mississippi National Guard and MEMA have sent four black hawk helicopters and crews to Florida to help with recovery efforts.

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Ivan Gone, Cleanup Continues

Updated: 09/19/2004 - The remnants of Hurricane Ivan had reached as far north as Massachusetts on Saturday after pounding the Gulf Coast in Florida and Alabama and spawning tornadoes and flooding in the southeastern United States

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Daylight Robbery at Church

Updated: 09/17/2004 - A robbery Friday afternoon outside a church shifted focus from the weather cleanup to law enforcement.

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Third Confirmed Death

Updated: 09/17/2004 - Authorities have confirmed a third death in Mississippi, attributed to Hurricane Ivan.

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Building Collapse Followup

Updated: 09/17/2004 - New information is now available about the collapse of a building Thursday in downtown Meridian and the discovery of a man's body there.

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AG Issues Advisory

Updated: 09/16/2004 - Mississippi's attorney general put out a warning to business people, warning them that price gouging is illegal.

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Supervisors Pass Final Budget Plan

Updated: 09/16/2004 - Lauderdale County’s board of supervisors passed the fiscal 2005 budget, but not without controversy.

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Neshoba Murder Followup

Updated: 09/15/2004 - It has been 40 years since the murders of three civil rights workers in Neshoba County and it appears that there could be some new developments in the case.

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Look on the Bright Side

Updated: 09/14/2004 - A business approach to Mississippi's future was outlined Tuesday for Meridian business leaders.

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Two Schools to Merge

Updated: 09/14/2004 - Changes are on the horizon for a pair of Meridian schools.

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Assault Case Filed

Updated: 09/14/2004 - Meridian police have charged a suspect in connection with a stabbing incident Sunday.

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Three College Students Dead in Wreck

Updated: 09/14/2004 - Mississippi's 2003 Junior Miss was among the victims who died from injuries in a weekend traffic collision.

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Crash Claims a Life

Updated: 09/14/2004 - A one vehicle wreck in Meridian Monday night claimed the life of the driver.

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Wreck Victim Identified

Updated: 09/13/2004 - Investigators have released the name of a victim in a recent fatal accident on Interstate 59.

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Leaders Discuss Money Issues

Updated: 09/13/2004 - Lauderdale County leaders talked about the FY 2005 county budget and security issues.

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Clark: "Honor the Vote"

Updated: 09/13/2004 - Secretary of State Eric Clark is asking Mississippians to honor veterans by voting in the fall elections.

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Saleswoman Wins Car

Updated: 09/13/2004 - Here's proof positive that hard work pays off.

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Meridian Businesswoman Dies

Updated: 09/13/2004 - Edna Davis, 88, president of Magnolia Beverage Company, died early Monday.

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Remembering the Cost of Freedom

Updated: 09/13/2004 - Vocational students in Neshoba County remembered the victims of Sept. 11, 2001 and U.S. soldiers in a ceremony Monday.

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