Updated: 12:15 AM Candidates say crime is an issue they are prepared to address.
Updated: 11:16 PM A search is underway for a man who walked away from his home.
Posted: 3:17 PM Bruce named graduate school dean at MSU.
Updated: 11:53 PM Large crowds turned out for the third day of the Jimmie Rodgers Festival.
Updated: 11:45 PM A fundraising event is helping to prepare for an annual Queen City event.
Updated: 11:17 PM Authorities are investigating a shooting that injured two people.
Updated: 11:17 PM Two city council candidates say there are procedures to follow when appointing leaders to certain departments within the city.
Updated: 11:42 PM There's a full schedule of Jimmie Rodgers Festival events Saturday.
Updated: 11:01 PM Jimmie Rodgers' place in musical history was examined during a symposium Friday in Meridian.
Posted: 5:02 PM The Mississippi Department of Transportation is temporarily closing the Highway 80 bridge at the Chunky River for repairs Saturday.
Posted: 3:49 PM Two men have been charged with an Apr. 19 break-in.
Updated: 10:57 PM As graduates enter the job market, what jobs are most in demand in Meridian?
Updated: 11:01 PM Officials say Gerry Hill, 20, and a 17-year-old male were caught in the act of burglarizing a home Thursday morning.
Updated: 12:38 PM Mississippi's unemployment rate dipped in April, but mainly because fewer people were looking for work.
Updated: 12:10 AM The U.S. 11 Antique Alley and Yard Sale continues through May 19.
Updated: 12:11 AM Twenty male freshman from Meridian High School learned about occupations not usually explored by men.
Updated: 12:11 AM Meridian Housing Authority has presented college scholarships to ten of its residents who are graduating this year from Meridian High School.
Updated: 12:11 AM An 11-year-old from Enterprise has already distinguished himself on the world stage.
Updated: 11:48 PM Classical Music filled the air Thursday night at a Meridian Church. The Ohio Northern Choir performed a free concert.
Updated: 11:27 PM MPS hosted a Retirement Reception Thursday for nine retiring District employees. The retirees represent a combined 301 years of service.
Updated: 11:12 PM Not even the rain could keep the show from going on!
Posted: 6:49 PM Newly released documents say the man accused of sending ricin-laced letters to President Obama and Sen. Roger Wicker tried to evade his arrest.
Posted: 3:50 PM Police say gunshots were fired and struck a Meridian residence Wednesday night.
Posted: 3:43 PM Meridian police arrested Jeffrey Taylor, a suspect in a statutory rape case, after a lengthy foot chase in Marion.
Updated: 10:40 AM MPD raided several Queen City businesses on Thursday.
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