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Kemper SO Makes Busts

Updated: 03/15/2004 - Ongoing investigations since November 2003 led to at least 16 arrests by the Kemper County Sheriff's Department, eight of them made over the weekend.

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Project ChildSafe Underway

Updated: 03/15/2004 - In an effort to reduce gun-related accidents in the home, the National Shooting Sports Foundation is distributing gun locks free of charge.

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Shootout Update

Updated: 03/15/2004 - Charges are yet to be filed in last week's bizarre shootout in west Alabama.

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Accident Investigation

Updated: 03/15/2004 - An investigation continues into a weekend fatal accident in Scott County.

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Courthouse Renovations

Updated: 03/15/2004 - Renovations on the Neshoba County courthouse are complete.

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Arrest made in Philadelphia Bank Robbery

Updated: 03/14/2004 - Philadelphia police have charged a man in the Friday morning robbery of a Merchants and Farmers Bank in downtown Philadelphia.

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Investigation into Dam Break Continues

Updated: 03/14/2004 - Authorities are still investigating why a dam holding back a 1,000-acre lake broke, spilling 3.5 billion gallons of water on Marion and Lamar Counties Friday.

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Criticizing Your Boss is OK at MSU

Updated: 03/14/2004 - The Mississippi State University Faculty Senate has approved a resolution giving staff the right to criticize university administration.

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Miss. House Passes NASA Funding Bill

Updated: 03/14/2004 - The Mississippi House has passed a bill that would allow the state to borrow $19.5 million for construction at the Stennis Space Center.

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Community Day at Bonita

Updated: 03/14/2004 - It was Community Day at Bonita Lakes Mall on Saturday, and the community responded well.

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Profs Request Hearing

Updated: 03/12/2004 - Two University of Southern Mississippi professors Friday requested a hearing on the issue of their termination by school president Dr. Shelby Thames.

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A "Smelly" Problem

Updated: 03/12/2004 - Wastewater is not a pleasant sight or smell, especially when it's in your house and yard. One Lauderdale County man has been dealing with such a problem for years.

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Learning from the Famous

Updated: 03/12/2004 - Students at West Lauderdale Elementary School had a hands on history lesson on famous Americans.

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Charges Expected in Shooting

Updated: 03/12/2004 - Three people were injured in a shooting Thursday in Choctaw County, but apparently none suffered serious injury.

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WMD Training Added to RCTA

Updated: 03/12/2004 - About two dozen law enforcement officers from across the southeast were the first to be certified in a new type of training. It's offered at the Regional Counterdrug Training Academy at Meridian Naval Air Station.

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Police Probe Bank Holdup

Updated: 03/12/2004 - An investigation is underway into a bank robbery friday morning in Philadelphia.

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Healthwatch

Updated: 03/12/2004 - If you think varicose veins are just a vanity issue for women, you're wrong. They can be a serious health problem for both women and men.

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USM Divided Over Faculty Discipline

Updated: 03/11/2004 - The faculty at the University of Southern Mississippi returned a majority "no confidence" vote against president Dr. Shelby Thames.

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Former Legislator Dies

Updated: 03/11/2004 - Former state representative and state senator Berta Lee White died Tuesday at the age of 89.

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Rental Fees Debated

Updated: 03/11/2004 - Lauderdale County supervisors discussed different rates for different events at the Lauderdale County Agricenter Thursday.

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Fire Risk Higher Now

Updated: 03/11/2004 - The danger of brush fires increases with the arrival of spring, which brings high winds and sometimes dry conditions.

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