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Train Derailment

Updated: 06/13/2010 - Officials confirmed a train derailment occurred Sunday in Meridian at roughly 3:40 p.m.

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Lauderdale Shooter's Daughter Speaks Out

Updated: 06/14/2010 - 63-year-old Geraldine Walton is charged with the murder for the deadly shooting of 45-year-old David Lancaster. Joscylyn Huffmaster is one of Walton's daughters. She says her mother lived with Lancaster since the year 2000 and for most of those ten years, Lancaster abused her verbally, mentally, and physically.

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First Men's Health Fair

Updated: 06/12/2010 - Members of Meridian's Mount Olive Baptist Church partnered with the Greater Meridian Health Clinic in order to host their first ever Men's Health Fair.

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Cleaning Downtown Meridian

Updated: 06/12/2010 - This morning a group of local volunteers helped with the appearance of downtown Meridian by doing what they call 'a clean sweep'. Volunteers often clean the downtown area, but this cleaning session was for a specific reason.

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Walk for Renewal

Updated: 06/13/2010 - Members of Meridian's Trinity Assembly of God Saturday held their annual Walk for Renewal. Church members as well as community members came together in order to face the future with more positive thinking.

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Marion's First Ever Strawberry Festival

Updated: 06/12/2010 - Music, laughing, and conversation were buzzing through the town of Marion. All of this was part of Marion's first ever Strawberry Festival. From the name, you can guess what berries were there to feast upon, but that's not all the festival consisted of.

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Importance of Hydration in Heat

Updated: 06/12/2010 - The effects of outdoor heat can reach further than you might think. For your health, it's a good idea for all of us to stay well-hydrated.

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Oil Spill Causing Problems Locally

Updated: 06/14/2010 - In day 53 of the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, consumers in Meridian are starting to feel even more affects.

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Appeals Panel to Consider Death Penalty Case

Posted: 06/11/2010 - A federal appeals court says it will consider whether a videotape might have turned jurors away from the death penalty in the Gary Simmons trial, had they been allowed to see it.

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Hood Says BP Should Be Held Responsible

Posted: 06/10/2010 - Attorney General Jim Hood said Thursday if Mississippi follows through with a massive lawsuit against BP, he will fight to get what he says rightfully belongs to Mississippians.

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Man Found in Newton County Creek

Updated: 06/10/2010 - A man found dead in a creek Thursday afternoon apparently died of natural causes. But an autopsy will be performed.

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UBS Extends Hours

Updated: 06/10/2010 - There is a continuing need for blood donations at United Blood Services in Meridian. It's taking steps to try to meet the need.

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Drug Roundup

Updated: 06/10/2010 - Almost 20 arrests have been made in a drug roundup in Wayne County.

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Clara Godine Retires

Updated: 06/10/2010 - The end of the school year marks the end of the career for a longtime local educator.

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Judge Denies Bond in Murder Case

Posted: 06/10/2010 - A Scott County judge has denied bond for Timothy Joseph Patterson, charged with murder in the death of Michael Guy in May.

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BP to Burn Captured Oil in Gulf

Posted: 06/10/2010 - BP plans to boost its ability to directly capture oil leaking from a well in the Gulf of Mexico by early next week.

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Man Dies in Crash

Updated: 06/10/2010 - One person is dead following a two-vehicle accident in Jasper County.

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