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Gas Prices Ease Down

Posted: 01/25/2010 - After being on the rise for several months, gas prices are beginning to drop a bit in Mississippi.

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Law Enforcement Backs Tougher Regulations

Updated: 01/25/2010 - Mississippi has passed laws in recent years to make getting large supplies of pseudoephedrine, used in the manufacture of methamphetamine, difficult to get. But some say it's not enough.

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Two Plead Guilty to Manslaughter

Updated: 01/25/2010 - A pair of suspects charged in the 2008 beating death of a Meridian man entered guilty pleas in court Monday.

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Jordan Gets Minimal Prison Time

Updated: 01/25/2010 - A former bank employee in Lauderdale County was sentenced Jan. 21 in federal court for embezzlement.

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Capital Murder Trial in Meridian

Updated: 01/25/2010 - The capital murder trial of Derrick Williams, accused of killing a Meridian businessman, began Monday in Lauderdale County Circuit Court.

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College Board Approves Tuition Hikes

Posted: 01/25/2010 - The Board of Trustees of the State Institutions of Higher Learning has approved tuition hikes for Mississippi's eight public universities.

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Boil Water Notice Issued

Posted: 01/25/2010 - A boil water notice has been issued for Russell Utilities in Lauderdale County.

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Three Arrested in Meth Bust

Updated: 01/26/2010 - The Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics and Newton County Sheriff’s Department say they closed down a meth lab and arrested three people Friday night on related charges.

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Marijuana Operation Dismantled

Updated: 01/26/2010 - An indoor marijuana growing operation that officials described as elaborate has been dismantled in Wayne County.

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Local Fans Check out Championship Game

Updated: 01/24/2010 - The long suffering Saints, or legendary gunslinger and Mississippi native Brett Favre, that's the choice football fans in Meridian were faced with Sunday night.

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Sound Off on Mississippi's Budget

Updated: 01/24/2010 - Mississippi has now faced three cuts to its budget. Gov. Haley Barbour says layoffs are likely. Sen. Videt Carmichael of District 33 sounds off on the recent actions and the future of the state.

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Junior Auxiliary Ball

Posted: 01/23/2010 - Ginger Stevens, the Executive Director of Meridian's Wesley House was named Humanitarian of the Year at this year's Junior Auxiliary Ball.

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State Representative Greg Snowden Discusses Issues

Posted: 01/23/2010 - The Mississippi Legislature has made some major decisions recently. One being a third cut to the State's budget. State Representative Greg Snowden of District 33 sounds off of the decisions.

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Signs of Domestic Violence

Posted: 01/23/2010 - Leslie Payne, the Executive Director of Meridian's Care Lodge Domestic Violence Shelter says abusers and victims of domestic violence do show certain characteristics.

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Rush Women First Health Symposium

Posted: 01/23/2010 - Rush hosted the Women First Health Symposium at the MSU Riley Center. Women had the chance to learn about various health risks and ways of improving their lives to live healthier

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Cash Seized in Truck Stop

Posted: 01/22/2010 - Morton police confiscated $672,000 found during a stop of an 18-wheeler on Interstate 20.

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Senate Passes School Bus Legislation

Posted: 01/22/2010 - The Mississippi Senate voted Friday to impose harsher penalties on motorists who illegally pass stopped school buses.

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186th Security Forces Return from Kyrgyzstan

Updated: 01/24/2010 - Ten members of the 186th Security Forces returned to Meridian from duty in the Middle East. They were welcomed home by friends and family who were just as excited to see them.

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Government Uses Trusties to Save Money

Updated: 01/24/2010 - You may have seen people around town, dressed in jail uniforms with green horizontal stripes or in bright orange jumpsuits. You may have wondered, why are they here?

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Barbour Makes Budget Cuts

Posted: 01/22/2010 - Gov. Haley Barbour announced another round of budget cuts Friday, due to continuing revenue shortfalls.

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Rush Presents Check to United Way

Updated: 01/22/2010 - Rush Health Systems presented a check for more than $60,000 to United Way Friday, including contributions from individual employees.

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Former JCJC Employee Sentenced

Updated: 01/22/2010 - A former employee of Jones County Junior College has been sentenced to prison for embezzlement.

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