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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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EMCC Sees Large Jump in Summer Enrollment

Posted: 06/17/2010 - East Mississippi Community College reports summer enrollment is up by almost 35 percent at its four locations from the same time last year.

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Sierra Club, Others Sue to Stop Kemper Plant

Updated: 06/18/2010 - The Sierra Club has filed a lawsuit trying to stop Mississippi Power Co. from developing a coal-fired, electric-generating plant in the east central part of the state.

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BP CEO Tells Congress He's 'Devastated' by Spill

Posted: 06/17/2010 - In an atmosphere of high tension, a House panel has opened Congress' first hearing with BP CEO Tony Hayward answering questions about the Gulf Coast oil spill.

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Colleges Addressing Funding Woes

Updated: 06/17/2010 - Mississippi's public universities are banking on tuition increases and enrollment growth to offset shrinking state funding.

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Police in Aruba Want to Talk to van der Sloot

Posted: 06/17/2010 - Prosecutors on the Caribbean resort island of Aruba say they want to take Joran van der Sloot up on his offer to discuss the unsolved disappearance of American teenager Natalee Holloway.

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NTTC Change of Command

Updated: 06/16/2010 - The Naval Technical Training Center welcomed a new commander and said farewell to another in a ceremony Wednesday.

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"The Price of Freedom" Honors Military

Updated: 06/16/2010 - WTOK is honoring those who paid "The Price of Freedom", and you may share a photo of a veteran or service member that you love.

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Help Offered for Treating Cogongrass

Updated: 06/16/2010 - Cogongrass, a very invasive and densely growing weed has overtaken some areas, even more than kudzu. There is now some help available through the Mississippi Forestry Commission to deal with it.

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Barbour Reacts to Heat Placed on BP

Updated: 06/16/2010 - While Gov. Barbour was in Newton Wednesday, Newscenter 11 asked him about the Gulf oil spill and the heat being placed on BP.

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La-Z-Boy Marks 50 Years in Newton

Updated: 06/16/2010 - One of east Mississippi's largest employers, La-Z-Boy, celebrated half a century in Newton Wednesday.

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Healthwatch: Intensive Outpatient Program

Updated: 06/16/2010 - Help for senior Americans suffering from depression or anxiety can be as simple as being able to talk about with others who share those problems.

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NFIP in Limbo Again

Posted: 06/16/2010 - For the third time this year, Congress has failed to reinstate the National Flood Insurance Program, leaving some potentially at risk from costly flood damage.

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