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Fire Chief says fire station is a hazard

Updated: 05/26/2016 - Meridian's fire chief says firefighters from Station 2 on Grand Avenue have been relocated to the Central Fire Station for safety reasons.

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Vitter speaks to Meridian Rotary Club

Updated: 05/26/2016 - The chancellor of the University of Mississippi shared an update about improvements being made to campus facilities with a Meridian audience.

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Chase ends with arrest

Posted: 05/25/2016 - A high-speed car chase that involved multiple agencies ended with an arrest Tuesday night.

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UnitedHealthcare to exit Mississippi exchange

Updated: 05/30/2016 - UnitedHealthcare announced Wednesday it will be exiting Mississippi’s Individual Federal Marketplace, otherwise known as the Federal Health Insurance Exchange, Jan. 1, 2017.

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Wanted man taken into custody

Updated: 05/25/2016 - A person wanted for a failure to register as a sex offender has been taken into custody in Meridian Wednesday.

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City responds to erosion problems

Updated: 05/25/2016 - City officials in Meridian are responding to concerns raised by some residents about a creek they say is a hazard.

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Woodham seeks parole

Updated: 05/30/2016 - The infamous Pearl High School shooter, Luke Woodham, is asking to be released from prison.

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Teachers walk for good cause

Updated: 05/30/2016 - Staff members from West Lauderdale Elementary School put on their walking shoes for the 4th annual cancer benefit 5k.

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State school board votes to oppose federal directive

Updated: 05/30/2016 - Mississippi's Board of Education is voting to follow state political leaders' opposition to federal guidance on use of bathrooms and locker rooms by transgender students.

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Kiln man dies after fight with sons

Updated: 05/25/2016 - Sheriff's deputies say a 75-year-old Mississippi man has died after he was brutally beaten during a fight last week with three of his sons.

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The Longest Walk visits Choctaw in Mississippi

Updated: 05/30/2016 - The American Indian Movement is making its way through Mississippi, walking to different tribes across the U.S. to help heal those suffering from drug abuse and domestic violence.

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Residents object to closing of rail crossing

Updated: 05/24/2016 - Residents in Meridian's southside say a piece of their history has been taken, after the city sold the right-of-way to a railroad crossing on Martin Luther King Memorial Drive.

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