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Drivers Face Radar Survey

Updated: 11/27/2002 - Using radar on county roads for enforcement purposes is illegal in all but one Mississippi county. But Sheriff Billy Sollie plans to use it as an educational tool.

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Session Worth Time?

Updated: 11/27/2002 - A just-completed special legislative session was way too long, in the opinion of some. But Sen. Terry Burton defends the time it took.

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Arrest Leads to Conviction

Updated: 11/27/2002 - A murder suspect, apprehended in Sumter County, Alabama, has been found guilty of the crime in Kansas.

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The Peavey Story

Updated: 11/27/2002 - The building of Meridian's largest civilian employer, Peavey Electronics, was not an overnight success.

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Bust Nets Large Haul

Updated: 11/27/2002 - An undercover investigation in Sumter County resulted in the seizure of over $100,000 worth of crack cocaine.

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Coke Seizure

Updated: 11/26/2002 - Livingston police nab a suspect and more than a pound of cocaine during a traffic stop.

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Robbery Investigation

Updated: 11/26/2002 - Police detectives are investigating a reported armed robbery early Tuesday morning at a convenience store.

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Charity vs. Fraud

Updated: 11/26/2002 - The holidays are a time for giving. But Mississippi Secretary of State Eric Clark has a warning for those in the giving spirit--be careful.

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Peavey Reflects

Updated: 11/26/2002 - Hartley Peavey founded Peavey Electronics 38 years ago, after making his start in the basement of his family's Meridian home.

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Jobless Rate Up

Updated: 11/26/2002 - Unemployment was up in Mississippi during October, with Clarke County again posting the highest rate.

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Special Session Ends

Updated: 11/26/2002 - A nearly three month long special legislative session has ended with passage of a tort reform bill Tuesday involving businesses and their liability.

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Playing It Safe

Updated: 11/26/2002 - Putting safety first includes cleaning and checking your heaters each season.

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Car Hit Utility Pole

Updated: 11/26/2002 - A driver collided with a utility pole in a one-vehicle wreck Monday.

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McLin to Retire

Updated: 11/26/2002 - The leader of Meridian Public Schools, Dr. Janet McLin, announced her retirement plans Monday.

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Guilty Verdict in Butler

Updated: 11/26/2002 - A Choctaw County, Ala., jury returned a guilty verdict in a stabbing death near Gilbertown.

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Supervisor Sworn In

Updated: 11/26/2002 - District 4 now has a new supervisor. Joe Norwood took the oath of office Monday.

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WorldCom Owes Louisiana Big

Updated: 11/25/2002 - The Clinton-based company can't pay its bills because of its bankruptcy.

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Luigi's Franchising

Updated: 11/25/2002 - A popular local Italian restaurant is now franchising and could go nationwide.

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Click It or Ticket Underway

Updated: 11/25/2002 - Law enforcement will be serious about seatbelt safety next week. And sobriety checkpoints will also be set up through the Thanksgiving holiday.

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Hattiesburg Eyes Meridian

Updated: 11/22/2002 - Visitors from Hattiesburg took a look around downtown Meridian Friday.

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Jobless Benefits Cut

Help Wanted

Updated: 11/25/2002 - Unemployment benefits will be running out for hundreds of people in this area, three days after Christmas.

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Search Called Off

Updated: 11/22/2002 - Efforts to locate the body of Grady Everett, believed killed in a bridge collapse, had to be temporarily suspended.

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Base Closure Expert Canned

Updated: 11/22/2002 - Attorney Barry Rhoads is no longer representing Mississippi's military interests in the nation's Capitol.

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Conferees Stall on Reform

Updated: 11/22/2002 - Mississippi legislators will come back Monday to again tackle civil justice reform.

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