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Second Primary to be Held August 25th

Updated: 08/14/2015 - A second primary, or runoff, will be held Tuesday, Aug. 25 to decide who will be the Democratic nominee for Central District Transportation Commissioner in Mississippi.

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Supreme Court Stands Firm on Judge's Removal

Posted: 08/14/2015 - The Mississippi Supreme Court says that it stands by its decision to remove Lee County Justice Court Judge Rickey Thompson from office for misconduct.

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Man Sentenced in Global Fraud Case Uncovered in Mississippi

Posted: 08/14/2015 - A New York man has been sentenced to four years in prison for conspiring to commit crimes against the United States as part of a West African crime ring that scammed Americans out of millions of dollars.

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MPSD Middle School Upgrades

Updated: 08/15/2015 - The Meridian Public School District is taking steps to improve science and math curricula for middle school students.

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Scooba Burglary Suspect Sought

Updated: 08/14/2015 - Kemper County authorities are asking for the public's help in locating a suspect who burglarized a business in Scooba.

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Sanders Rally Calls for Justice

Updated: 08/13/2015 - A group of nearly 50 people were on the front lawn of stonewall Town hall. Many of them holding signs saying “Justice for Jonathan.”

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Alabama, Louisiana Get Notices from HHS

Updated: 08/13/2015 - Federal health officials claim Alabama and Louisiana may be violating federal law by ending state Medicaid payments to Planned Parenthood.

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Tubby Sentenced in Federal Court

Posted: 08/13/2015 - The U.S. Attorney's Office says 27-year-old Jenna Tubby has been sentenced for having sexual contact with a minor.

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Family Friendly Movie Extravaganza

Updated: 08/13/2015 - The Temple Theater in Downtown Meridian is showing family friendly blockbuster hit movies during the next few months for its movie extravaganza.

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Federal Judge Upholds Hattiesburg Ward Lines

Posted: 08/13/2015 - A federal judge has ruled that the redrawing of voting ward lines in Hattiesburg `did not dilute the voting or political power of African-American citizens.'

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State Farm's Rehearing Request Denied

Posted: 08/13/2015 - A federal appeals court has decided that last month's upholding of a jury's insurance fraud ruling will stand, allowing whistle-blowers who sued State Farm Fire and Casualty Co. to seek more evidence of fraud after 2005's Hurricane Katrina.

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