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Chief Resigns

Posted: 02/09/2004 - The chief of police in Laurel has resigned.

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High Court Elections

Updated: 02/08/2004 - Four seats on Mississippi's highest court are up for re-election and critics foresee problems on the campaign trail.

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State Hiring Freeze

Updated: 02/08/2004 - The Mississippi House of Representatives has placed a freeze on all hiring and purchasing.

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New Study: Mississippi Children Obese

Updated: 02/08/2004 - An alarmaing number of Missisippi's children and youth are falling victim to obesity according to a new study at the University of Southern Mississippi.

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"Proudly We Serve"

Updated: 02/08/2004 - Paying tribute to Black History Month through art at the Meridian Museum of Art.

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Summit Looks to Future

Updated: 02/06/2004 - The Second Annual Leadership Summit focused on economic growth for Mississippi and Alabama.

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Drug Suspects Detained

Updated: 02/06/2004 - The Kemper County Sheriff's Department took four people suspected of trafficking in illegal drugs into custody Friday.

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Police Victims of Burglary

Updated: 02/06/2004 - Someone broke into the DeKalb Police Department early Friday and apparently tried to enter the evidence room.

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Mayors to Lobby Hard

Updated: 02/06/2004 - The leaders of Mississippi's major cities have their sights set on getting bills passed that favor local government.

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Flooding Tops Weather Concerns

Updated: 02/06/2004 - Severe thunderstorms that passed through Mississippi Thursday brought at least one confirmed tornado and widespread flooding.

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Weather Closings

Updated: 02/06/2004 - Here's a list of the schools and roads closed due to weather damage.

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Finding Trusty Firefighters

Updated: 02/05/2004 - One official has proposed an unusual solution to a shortage of daytime volunteer firefighters in Lauderdale County.

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AG Approves Demolition Plan

Updated: 02/05/2004 - Lauderdale County supervisors have received the go ahead for a joint city-county plan to clear abandoned property.

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Pre-War Intelligence Scrutinized

Updated: 02/05/2004 - A review of the president's public statements on the "imminent threat" posed by Saddam Hussein show Mr. Bush never spoke those words.

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Cobler Mourned

Updated: 02/05/2004 - A longtime public servant in Lauderdale County died Thursday after a lengthy illness.

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MAE President Talks Taxes

Updated: 02/04/2004 - According to the leader of a teacher's union, Mississippi school districts could be forced to raise taxes.

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Bogus Bills Surface

Updated: 02/04/2004 - Meridian police say there is an influx of counterfeit bills in the city.

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Long Rider in Mississippi

Updated: 02/04/2004 - Gene Glasscock, a "long rider" who completed a horseback ride from the arctic to the equator in the 1980s, is now riding 20,000 miles to all 48 states on the U.S. mainland.

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Insurance Program Crisis?

Updated: 02/03/2004 - The administrator of a state insurance plan says Mississippi faces some tough choices.

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