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No Indictment in McDougle Death

Posted: 01/08/2016 - A Neshoba County grand jury decided this week not to indict anyone in the death of a man who died in jail.

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Meridian Roads Being Repaired

Updated: 01/08/2016 - While driving around the city of Meridian you might notice more city workers repairing streets. Public Works Dir. Hugh Smith says they have just started trying to increase the lifespan of many city roads.

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Senator Terry C. Burton Discusses New Role in Senate

Updated: 01/08/2016 - Following the election of Senator Terry C. Burton of Newton as President Pro Tempore of Mississippi’s Senate, Senator Burton talks with Newscenter 11 about his new role and what it could mean for East Mississippi.

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Feds: Terrorism Arrests Made in Two States

Posted: 01/08/2016 - Federal authorities charged an Iraqi refugee with attempting to support the Islamic State and another is charged with lying about his travels to fight in Syria.

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Lock-Down Continues at Mississippi Prisons

Posted: 01/08/2016 - The lock-down at South Mississippi Correctional Institution in Greene County and Unit 29 at the Mississippi State Penitentiary at Parchman will remain for several more days.

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DNA Tests Verify Woman's Death

Posted: 01/07/2016 - Test results have confirmed that a Clarke County woman's remains were in a burn pile discovered outside her home in 2015.

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Cash King Robbed at Gunpoint

Updated: 01/07/2016 - Meridian police are investigating the Wednesday morning armed robbery of Cash King.

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MPD Getting Body Cameras Soon

Updated: 01/07/2016 - Many law enforcement agencies around the country are adding body cams to their uniforms. Soon, the Meridian Police Dept. will be one of them.

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Bryant Seeks Legislation to Protect Gun Rights

Updated: 01/07/2016 - Gov. Phil Bryant announced Thursday that he has asked state Rep. Andy Gipson to file legislation to protect Mississippians’ Second Amendment rights.

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Superintendent Moves Forward With Neshoba School Bond

Updated: 01/07/2016 - The $14 million bond issue for Neshoba County is in the beginning stages. Superintendent Joe Killens says to be able to start construction, some site clearing needs to be done first.

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Local 4-H Club to Host Meet and Greet

Updated: 01/07/2016 - The MSU Extension office of Lauderdale County will be hosting a Kick-Off meet and greet on Monday, January 11, for local students interested in joining the 4-H club.

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Changes in SNAP Benefits Eligibility

Posted: 01/07/2016 - Get a job or start training for one if you want to keep getting benefits. That's the message to single adults in Mississippi and elsewhere for receiving SNAP benefits.

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