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Amerson "Not Guilty"

Updated: 04/11/2003 - One of the two suspects accused of robbing and kidnapping Ralph and Elizabeth Morgan was found not guilty by a Lauderdale County jury.

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Weather Causes WNV Concerns

Updated: 04/10/2003 - The Mississippi Department of Health advises residents to be cautious about exposure to mosquitoes.

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Healing the Hurt

Updated: 04/10/2003 - Victims of violent crime need care from the community to heal and recover. They delivered a thank you message to volunteers and public servants for helping that happen.

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Red Cross Alert

Updated: 04/10/2003 - With recent flooding in at least three east Mississippi counties, the American Red Cross has issued a call for help.

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Dalewood Dilemma

Updated: 04/10/2003 - Emergency management officials are monitoring the dam and water level at Dalewood, as a precaution, because of floods this week.

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Lauderdale County Cleanup

Updated: 04/08/2003 - While most flood waters in Lauderdale County have receded, cleanup for many locals has just begun.

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Inmate Free Briefly

Updated: 04/08/2003 - A Lauderdale County Jail inmate escaped while being transported to a court hearing, but he was caught within minutes.

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Candidates Withdraw

Updated: 04/08/2003 - Candidates for State Senate and governor have with withdrawn from their respective races.

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Salter Comments on '03 Races

Updated: 04/08/2003 - One of Mississippi's foremost political columnists discussed politics and the upcoming election in Meridian Tuesday.

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Recall

Updated: 04/08/2003 - TNT tireworks announces recall of party poppers sold at Wal-Mart.

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Gas Prices Dip

Gas Prices

Updated: 04/07/2003 - The price of gasoline fell by a nickel or more in the past few days.

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Industrial Park Advances

Updated: 04/07/2003 - The final two land acquisitions have been made for a new industrial park. County supervisors approved the purchases Monday.

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Storms Pound Mississippi

Updated: 04/07/2003 - Gov. Ronnie Musgrove declared a state of emergency Monday after storms left six people injured and a trail of wind and water damage across central Mississippi.

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Southern West Nile Risk

Updated: 04/07/2003 - Surprising study shows South doesn't have higher West Nile risk.

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Mission: Meridian

Updated: 04/04/2003 - The Mayor's First Annual Leadership Prayer Breakfast featured a message about crossing racial and denominational lines.

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Budget Standoff

Updated: 04/04/2003 - An effort to override the governor's veto of a budget bill will keep lawmakers at the Capitol into the weekend.

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Clarke Pushes Ahead

Updated: 04/04/2003 - As the sluggish economy picks up, things could soon start looking up for Clarke County.

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Counselors Conference

Updated: 04/04/2003 - School counselors from across the state met in Meridian Friday to discuss topics from general technology to child abuse.

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Union Murder Probe

Updated: 04/04/2003 - Officials have filed a murder charge against Fredrick Bingham, Jr., for the death of Laura Rush.

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Voter ID Dead

Updated: 04/04/2003 - The Mississippi House and Senate could not agree on legislation that included voter identification be shown at the polls.

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Families Victims of Hoax

Updated: 04/04/2003 - A hoax is being perpetrated on some families who have relatives involved in the war in Iraq. The Red Cross is requesting help to find those responsible.

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Fraud Estimates Grow

Updated: 04/04/2003 - Court documents show that HealthSouth, headquartered in Birmingham, is now accused of overstating earnings by more than $2.5 billion since 1997.

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Budget Override Delayed

Updated: 04/04/2003 - The Mississippi House Thursday delayed an attempt to override the governor's veto of a key budget bill.

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Road Work Progresses

Updated: 04/04/2003 - With baseball season looming, crews are working hard to get access to a new baseball complex finished.

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Lott: Hussein Must Go

Updated: 04/04/2003 - Mississippi Sen. Trent Lott told reporters he hopes Saddam Hussein is "taken out."

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