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United Way Campaign in Final Stretch

Updated: 01/29/2016 - The United Way of East Mississippi's fundraising campaign, "What This Place Needs" is in its final stretch, in its goal to reach $1 million fundraising dollars that helps the community.

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Mississippi Businessman Jack Reed, Sr., Dies

Posted: 01/28/2016 - Jack Reed Sr., the Tupelo businessman who lost a race for governor in 1987 after serving as the first chairman of Mississippi's reformed state Board of Education, has died.

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Dutschke Pursues Appeal in 5th Circuit

Posted: 01/28/2016 - A Mississippi man seeks to overturn his 2014 conviction that he sent poison-laced letters to President Obama and others.

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Day 3 of Trial for Man Accused of DUI Manslaughter

Updated: 01/27/2016 - 24-year-old Mitchell Roberts is being charged with man slaughter for allegedly driving under the influence. For the past 3 days, prosecution and defense have been trying to determine if the drug Xanax played a factor in a car wreck killing a teen.

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Charges Dropped Against Meridian Man

Updated: 01/27/2016 - Charges against Jimmy D. Rush, who had been accused of participating in two robberies in 2014, have been dropped.

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Home Invasion Suspect Arrested

Posted: 01/27/2016 - Clarke County authorities say they've arrested a man in connection with a home invasion earlier this month.

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AG Announces Legislative Agenda

Updated: 01/27/2016 - Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood announced his legislative agenda for 2016 Wednesday.

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Woman Sentenced for Knowing about Husband's Drug Trafficking

Posted: 01/27/2016 - The wife of an Army National Guard member and former Marine has been sentenced to 5 years' probation for knowing about her husband's drug-trafficking trade but not reporting it. Regina Cooper, 44, was also fined and must serve 8 months of her sentence under house arrest.

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Officials Consider New Orleans to Orlando Rail Service

Posted: 01/27/2016 - Amtrak and the Southern Rail Commission are conducting a tour along the Gulf Coast to consider the feasibility of bringing back passenger rail service, more than a decade after Hurricane Katrina damaged the tracks.

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Day 2 of DUI Manslaughter Trial

Updated: 01/26/2016 - The trial of a man being accused of DUI man slaughter continues. The jury will have to decided if being under the influence played a factor in the car wreck that killed a teen.

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MDAH Visits Council Work Session

Updated: 01/26/2016 - The Meridian City Council got some answers Tuesday about the status of the city's old police station.

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Sentencing Delayed in Prison Bribery Case

Posted: 01/26/2016 - Former Mississippi Corrections Commissioner Christopher Epps and two men who have admitted to bribing him won't be sentenced until at least April.

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Suspect Charged in Monday Shooting

Updated: 01/26/2016 - A woman taken into custody for fatally shooting a teenage boy Monday has now been formally charged.

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MEC Pacesetters Tour Makes Meridian Stop

Updated: 01/26/2016 - Members of the Mississippi Economic Council are touring the state, talking with local leaders to get input from communities on how to help the state’s economy grow.

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