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Agencies Plan 2016 Homeless Census

Updated: 01/29/2016 - Several agencies are collecting data to help estimate the homeless population throughout 71 counties in the state.

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Fire Destroys Home, No One Injured

Updated: 01/29/2016 - A late night fire destroys a family home. No one was at home. Fire officials have determined it was accidental.

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Alabama High Court Reverses BP Trespassing Decision

Posted: 01/29/2016 - The Alabama Supreme Court has reversed a lower court decision dismissing a lawsuit that accused BP of trespassing on land owned by Regions Bank after the 2010 Deepwater Horizon rig explosion and oil spill.

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Nissan to Recall 2013-2015 Altimas

Updated: 01/29/2016 - Nissan is recalling thousands of Altima mid-size cars for a third time to fix a latch problem that could let the hood fly open while the cars are moving.

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2016 Lauderdale County Spelling Bee

Updated: 01/29/2016 - The 2016 Lauderdale County Spelling Bee winner was McKayla Odom, a student at Southeast Lauderdale Middle School.

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MSU Student Body President Could be Impeached for Tweet

Updated: 01/29/2016 - Mississippi State University's student association senators have voted to begin impeachment proceedings against their student body president after he publicly endorsed a candidate to be his successor.

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Job Fair Slated for Meridian Feb. 4

Updated: 01/28/2016 - The Meridian Win Job Center helped job seekers prepare to make the most of their opportunities as a job fair approaches.

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Law Enforcement Seeking More Suspects

Updated: 01/28/2016 - Clarke County authorities say they are still looking for others who may have been involved in a home invasion that occurred earlier this month.

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United Way Campaign in Final Stretch

Updated: 01/29/2016 - The United Way of East Mississippi's fundraising campaign, "What This Place Needs" is in its final stretch, in its goal to reach $1 million fundraising dollars that helps the community.

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Mississippi Businessman Jack Reed, Sr., Dies

Posted: 01/28/2016 - Jack Reed Sr., the Tupelo businessman who lost a race for governor in 1987 after serving as the first chairman of Mississippi's reformed state Board of Education, has died.

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Dutschke Pursues Appeal in 5th Circuit

Posted: 01/28/2016 - A Mississippi man seeks to overturn his 2014 conviction that he sent poison-laced letters to President Obama and others.

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