Updated: 11:41 PM A local service club purchased Christmas gifts for those in need this holiday season.
Updated: 11:41 PM DeKalb is ready for the Christmas season and is getting in the spirit by giving.
Posted: 5:27 PM Thursday is the deadline for applications to be made for Christmas assistance through Wesley House.
Posted: 5:21 PM Police are investigating a report of multiple shots being fired Tuesday night in a Meridian neighborhood.
Updated: 3:40 PM Investigators have released the name of the victim in a fatal accident near Pachuta.
Updated: 11:40 PM More efforts are being made to help challenged youth in Meridian.
Updated: 11:40 PM The opening of a Subway in downtown could cause a ripple effect of new businesses.
Posted: 11:18 AM BP well site leaders Robert Kaluza and Donald Vidrine face manslaughter charges in the 2010 deaths of 11 oil rig workers.
Updated: 2:20 PM Three hundred forty cases of Little Debbie snack cakes were stolen in Waveland.
Updated: 5:25 PM Runoff Tuesday decided some political races in Mississippi.
Updated: 12:16 AM The City of Meridian held its annual Tree Lighting Ceremony Monday night.
Posted: 6:28 PM Alfred Rankins, Jr., has been named acting president of Mississippi Valley State University.
Posted: 6:25 PM Economists say growth and employment should increase in Mississippi next year, led by an improved housing market and an increase in home construction.
Posted: 6:12 PM Bethlehem Revisited reenacts the events that surrounded the birth of Jesus Christ.
Updated: 12:00 AM AmeriCorps volunteers help teach elementary students about the body.
Updated: 12:10 AM A Meridian High School coach is among teachers indicted in an alleged certification test scandal.
Posted: 10:42 AM The U.S. Department of Education released new data on high school graduation rates this week.
Updated: 11:27 PM The Mississippi Parents Campaign held a Forum on School Reform in Meridian Monday night.
Posted: 6:14 PM Lauderdale County authorities have a woman in custody in connection with a robbery/kidnapping case from earlier this year.
Updated: 11:17 AM Holiday activities in Meridian are expected to bring a lot of people and money to the city this week.
Posted: 2:32 PM Forecasters say 2012 is a below-average year for tornadoes in Alabama, at least so far.