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Hanging Update

Updated: 10/13/2003 - The case of a Kemper County man found hanged to death earlier this year is set to go before a grand jury Tuesday.

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Drug Arrest

Updated: 10/13/2003 - More than $1000 worth of powdered cocaine was recently discovered during a traffic stop in Newton.

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Limbaugh Admits Addiction

Updated: 10/10/2003 - Rush Limbaugh had a stunning confession for his millions of listeners Friday. Just before signing off his top-rated talk show, he confirmed published reports that he has become addicted to prescription painkillers.

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Police Chief on the Mend

Updated: 10/10/2003 - Police Chief Harvey Curry has returned to work, on a limited basis, after suffering a mild heart attack in late September.

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Crash Kills UWA Student

Updated: 10/13/2003 - A one-vehicle crash Friday morning took the life of Gregory Scott, a student at the University of West Alabama.

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West End Brings in "Community"

Updated: 10/10/2003 - West End Elementary got to meet some of the "community helpers" they've been studying.

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MSU Boots SAE

Updated: 10/10/2003 - Mississippi State University ordered Sigma Alpha Epsilon off campus, due to alleged alcohol poisoning incidents.

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Fire Victims Laid to Rest

Updated: 10/10/2003 - The funeral for five young children, who died in a house fire after they were left alone, was held Friday.

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Church Burglary

Updated: 10/10/2003 - Sumter County authorities are looking into what some might call a 'bizarre" theft case involving a stolen picture of Jesus.

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Heart Surgery High Tech

Updated: 10/09/2003 - Heart bypass surgery requires a patient to undergo two separate procedures. But recent advances in technology have made recovery from one of them much easier.

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Fueling a New Idea

Updated: 10/09/2003 - A pilot program will test the feasibility for using biodiesel fuel to run Lauderdale County's school buses. The Mississippi Development Authority awarded a $4,700 grant to the district to fund the project.

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Jeb Bush Backs Pickering

Updated: 10/09/2003 - The nomination of Judge Charles Pickering to a federal appeals court was mentioned in a campaign stop by a Mississippi gubernatorial candidate.

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Another Bush for Barbour

Updated: 10/09/2003 - Florida Gov. Jeb Bush visited Mississippi on behalf of republican gubernatorial candidate Haley Barbour.

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Students Study Job Market

Updated: 10/09/2003 - Southeast Lauderdale High School students took a look at possible future work during the annual career fair.

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Mississippi Loses Arts Patron

Updated: 10/09/2003 - Thalia Mara made Jackson one of only four major stops for the International ballet Competition. She died Wednesday at the age of 92.

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Roy Wheat Remembered

Updated: 10/08/2003 - A Navy cargo ship was christened in honor of the late Roy Wheat of Moselle, a Marine who gave his life to save others in Vietnam.

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Jail Agreement Eyed

Updated: 10/08/2003 - Meridian's chief administrative officer criticized an agreement over the costs of housing city inmates in the county jail.

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Fatal Crash

Updated: 10/08/2003 - A two vehicle wreck Wednesday afternoon claimed the life of a Meridian resident.

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Job Search Dilemma

Updated: 10/08/2003 - Are there enough skilled, quality workers in Mississippi to attract new industry and high paying jobs?

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Healthwatch: Getting Regular Exams

Updated: 10/08/2003 - While women are often caring for their children and the rest of the family, they should also remember their own health care needs.

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Rally Supports Commandments Display

Updated: 10/07/2003 - Supporters of a Ten Commandments monument in Alabama took their case to the steps of the U.S. Supreme Court.

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Jail Agreement Scrutinized

Updated: 10/07/2003 - The Meridian City Council voted on a controversial contract that requires a $20 per day fee for each city prisoner placed in the county jail.

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Preventing Tragedy

Updated: 10/07/2003 - As a part of National Fire Prevention Week, firefighters are visiting area schools to teach students about the dangers of fire and how to prevent it.

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