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Spring Scam Advisory

Updated: 05/06/2016 - The Better Business Bureau is cautioning the public to be careful about common scams that occur during the spring.

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Woman Leads Law Enforcement on High-Speed Chase

Posted: 05/05/2016 - Meridian Police and Lauderdale County Sheriff’s Deputies were led on a high-speed chase through the city of Meridian and a portion of the county Thursday night.

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Brick Road Reveals Meridian's Past

Updated: 05/05/2016 - The downtown drainage project continues to reveal the Meridian of yesterday. The historic look of the original driving surface, has surfaced on 22nd Ave.

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Meridian Police Issuing Fewer Tickets

Updated: 05/05/2016 - The amount of money collected from tickets and fines last year in Meridian has decreased compared to previous years.

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Democrat Pitches Second Chance for Opt Out States

Posted: 05/05/2016 - More than five years ago, states were asked to expand Medicaid. Nearly a quarter of them chose not to and missed the deadline and the Affordable Care Act is still making waves on Capitol Hill.

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Nose Gear Fails as Plane Lands in Jackson

Posted: 05/05/2016 - No injuries are being reported after landing gear collapsed as a single-engine plane landed Thursday afternoon at Jackson Medgar Wiley Evers International Airport.

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Four on Special Election Ballot

Posted: 05/05/2016 - Four people have qualified for the May 24 special election for Philadelphia Ward 1 alderman.

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Louisiana Senator: U.S. Must Be Prepared for Zika

Updated: 05/05/2016 - The Zika virus is already here, but is the U.S. prepared? Louisiana Sen. Bill Cassidy says his perspective as a public health professional could help Americans prepare for and combat Zika.

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Economic Impact of Tourism in Meridian

Updated: 05/05/2016 - The Jimmie Rodgers Music Festival is expected to bring thousands of people to Meridian, causing an economic boom for businesses.

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Slabs Left by Katrina Finally Being Removed

Posted: 05/05/2016 - A Gulfport official says the city is making progress toward removing concrete slabs left on empty lots more than a decade after Hurricane Katrina.

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Tempers Flare in Alabama House

Updated: 05/05/2016 - With the Alabama legislative session rapidly reaching its end Wednesday, members of the House Black Caucus said Republican attempts to end debate were unfair.

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Bentley's Prison Bill Fails

Posted: 05/05/2016 - Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley's prison construction bill failed to pass on the final night of the legislative session.

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Governor Signs Airport Bill into Law

Posted: 05/05/2016 - Gov. Phil Bryant has signed into law a bill that gives suburbs and the state some control over the Jackson airport.

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