Updated: 7:16 PM Some local teachers got a special day in advance of a long rest-of-the-week in testing.
Updated: 7:17 PM Mississippi's Medicaid program was the talk Monday as local elected officials gathered in Meridian.
Updated: 7:16 PM Update: Natron Wood Products will be coming to Louisville, bringing 200 jobs.
Updated: 7:17 PM A group of local and national musicians have re-recorded some of Jimmie's biggest hits using his famed guitar.
Updated: 7:17 PM A member of Mississippi's highest court was in east Mississippi Monday.
Posted: 12:36 PM Meridian police say they two people Friday on aggravated domestic violence charges.
Updated: 12:20 PM Meridian police say they are investigating drive-by shootings
reported during the weekend.
Updated: 5:56 PM Head of the Class awards were presented to students at Ross Collins Career and Technical Center Monday.
Posted: 11:12 AM An announcement will be made Monday afternoon about new jobs coming to Mississippi.
Updated: 11:13 PM The candidates in a hotly contested race each say they have a plan to help combat crime.
Updated: 11:05 PM A local relief agency says it depends on community assistance and not government funding.
Updated: 3:21 PM Tornado causes $7M in damage to Oak Grove High.
Updated: 3:26 PM USM raises $130K-plus to support tornado repairs.
Posted: 2:58 PM Bryant to USM grads: `rise up and do great things.'
Posted: 2:54 PM Evers-Williams at Ole Miss: `Soar, and be free.'
Updated: 3:03 PM Authorities are telling Newscenter 11 what you can do if you find yourself the victim of a kidnapping.
Updated: 11:10 PM The candidates aren't backing down when it comes to fighting for a spot on city council.
Updated: 11:10 PM It's an exciting time of year for some college students.
Posted: 2:22 PM Stews recalled over labels lacking ingredients.
Posted: 2:07 PM Mississippi health agency to resume pregnancy work.
Updated: 10:32 PM The largest-ever graduating class from Meridian Community College was honored on Friday.
Updated: 7:15 PM Meridian's Sam's Club is celebrating growth, including new jobs and new services.
Updated: 7:15 PM Meridian police are investigating a report from a Wayne County, Miss., woman that she was kidnapped there Friday morning and brought to Meridian.
Updated: 4:49 PM Letter carriers are asking the public to join with them to Stamp Out Hunger.
Updated: 4:29 PM National Weather Service employees in Mississippi are set to feel the impact of the sequestration through furloughs, which they say could put people at risk.
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