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Judge to Hear Challenge of Drilling Moratorium

Updated: 06/21/2010 - Companies that ferry people and supplies to rigs in the Gulf of Mexico claim the ban on deep water drilling will cost thousands of jobs and millions of dollars in lost wages.

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Suspect Arrested for Deadly Meridian Shooting

Updated: 06/22/2010 - 18-year-old Lakenneth J. Smith of Meridian was arrested for the shooting of Cordero S. Lewis. Smith has been officially charged with shooting into an occupied vehicle and murder

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Mission Trip to Yazoo City

Updated: 06/20/2010 - It's almost been two months since a massive tornado ripped through Mississippi. A group of volunteers spent the weekend in Yazoo City for a mission trip, helping to rebuild the city.

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An Angel for Monty

Posted: 06/19/2010 - A Meridian family hosted a fundraiser Saturday night in hopes of finding an angel for their son. Monty Jones of Meridian has epilepsy.

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Meridian Shooting Leads to Death

Updated: 06/20/2010 - Detectives with the Meridian Police Department are investigating a Saturday afternoon fatal shooting.

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Candlelight Vigil

Posted: 06/19/2010 - Community members showed their support by joining Gerry Manley's family to host a candlelight vigil in his honor. 24-year-old Manley of Meridian has not been seen since the night of February 12th in the Philadelphia Wal-Mart.

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Day Two of a Search for a Local Missing Man

Updated: 06/20/2010 - Saturday was day 2 of a search for a local missing man. 24-year-old Gerry Manley of Meridian has not been seen since the night of February 12th inside the Philadelphia Wal-Mart.

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Rescue Day

Updated: 06/19/2010 - Come one, come all. Emergency responders of various kinds were invited to attend Rescue Day.

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Civil Rights Workers Honored

Updated: 06/19/2010 - Justice for the deaths of three Civil Rights Workers who were killed in Neshoba County was the topic at the 46th Annual Mississippi Rights Martyr Service in Meridian.

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Pickering Says Casino Would Not Bring Economic Value

Posted: 06/19/2010 - In light of plans to build another Choctaw casino in Jones County, Mississippi State Auditor Stacey Pickering is examining an existing agreement the state has with the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians.

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Aviators Receive Wings

Posted: 06/18/2010 - Twenty students have completed rigorous intermediate flight training at NAS Meridian.

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NAS Forms 'Blood Drop'

Updated: 06/18/2010 - The blood supply for east Mississippi and west Alabama has been greatly supported by donations from members of the military.

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Panel Decides Against Reopening McNair Case

Posted: 06/18/2010 - A grand jury team says there should not be a new investigation into the murder-suicide of ex-NFL player Steve McNair and his girlfriend.

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Agreement Reached on Name for FBI Building

Posted: 06/18/2010 - A new FBI building in Jackson will be named for three civil rights workers murdered in 1964, as well as for a federal agent who investigated their deaths.

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Jobless Rate Falls Slightly

Updated: 06/18/2010 - Unemployment rates for Mississippi and Alabama dropped slightly in May while still far exceeding the figure from a year ago.

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4-H Seeks More Participants

Updated: 06/18/2010 - Lauderdale County's 4-H Club Livestock Program is looking for more participants.

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State Games Impact Local Economy

Updated: 06/17/2010 - The State Games of Mississippi have a major economic impact on Meridian and surrounding areas, especially for the final two weekends of competition, which are the busiest.

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