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The Future of Highway 15

Updated: 05/15/2015 - Central District Transportation Commissioner Dick Hall says Highway 15, which stretches the length of the state, needs to be a 4-lane highway.

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Antique Alley and Yard Sale Underway

Updated: 05/15/2015 - U.S. Highway 11 from Meridian, Miss., to Bristol, Va., will be filled with vendors and shoppers this weekend for the 15th Annual Antique Alley and Yard Sale.

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Deen Remembered in Hattiesburg

Updated: 05/14/2015 - Lots of tears were shed Thursday at Temple Baptist Church in Hattiesburg. But there were smiles mixed in as people remembered Police Officer Benjamin Deen as a family man who loved his job.

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Rough Roads: City Solutions

Updated: 05/14/2015 - Part 2 in this series looks at the best way to improve the quality of our streets through preventative maintenance.

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Meridian: Park Safety

Updated: 05/14/2015 - As the school year nears an end, more attention is being focused on local parks and whether or not they are safe.

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Local High School Students Donate Blood

Updated: 05/14/2015 - Students at Northeast Lauderdale High school helped save lives in our community by donating blood to the United Blood Services.

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Louisiana House Backs Abortion Ban Based on Gender

Posted: 05/14/2015 - The Louisiana House has agreed to prohibit abortions based on gender, despite questions about whether provisions in the bill that allow for lawsuits and damage claims go too far.

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Attorney Talks About $10,000,000 Lawsuit in McDougle Death

Updated: 05/13/2015 - Carlos Moore, the attorney for Michael McDougle’s family, says the lawsuit filed against the Neshoba Co. Sheriff, Philadelphia police chief and several others for $10,000,000 will bring out the truth about what happened the night before McDougle was found dead.

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Rough Roads: Driver Concerns

Updated: 05/13/2015 - Part 1 in this series on rough roads in Meridian looks at problem areas and concerns from local drivers.

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Mississippi Gets Funds from Verizon, Sprint Settlement

Posted: 05/13/2015 - Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood says the state is getting $358,269 from Verizon Wireless and Sprint in a settlement of charges that the companies allowed phony charges on their customers' monthly bills so they could keep a cut of the profit.

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Plan Approved to Drill into Macondo Reservoir

Posted: 05/13/2015 - Deep-water drilling is set to resume near the site of the catastrophic BP PLC well blowout that killed 11 workers and caused the nation's largest offshore oil spill five years ago off the coast of Louisiana.

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New Clinical Skills Lab at Anderson

Updated: 05/13/2015 - Anderson Regional Medical Center cut the ribbon on a new Clinical Skills Lab to help medical staff hone their skills to provide the best care for patients.

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