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U.S. Postal Workers: Dog Bite Prevention Efforts

Updated: 05/19/2016 - The U.S. Postal Service is taking more steps to ensure that mail carriers are safe through an awareness campaign during National Dog Bite Prevention Week.

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Federal Judge Dismisses Inmate's Lawsuit

Posted: 05/19/2016 - A federal judge has dismissed a Mississippi inmate's lawsuit that claimed his rights were violated by punitive steps to stop his hunger strike.

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Three Die in Car, Train Collision

Updated: 05/19/2016 - Authorities say a father and two children were killed instantly when their pickup truck and an Amtrak train collided in a small Mississippi town.

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One Suspect In Custody After Man's Death

Updated: 05/18/2016 - Police say a person has been charged with murder in this case now. The suspect's name is not being released yet, but police say the suspect and the victim knew each other.

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Behind the FBI: Shooting to Kill

Updated: 05/18/2016 - An FBI special agent explains how they train to make split-second decisions with deadly force.

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Burton Not Commenting on DUI

Posted: 05/18/2016 - State Sen. Terry Burton says he's not talking about his weekend DUI charge on the advice of his attorney.

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Groundbreaking Ceremony Held for Velma Young Center

Updated: 05/18/2016 - Velma Young Park in East End was filled Wednesday with community members and leaders celebrating the groundbreaking ceremony for the new Velma Young Community Center.

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Choctaw Community Day To Be Held

Updated: 05/18/2016 - A call is being issued to members of the Choctaw Tribe to take part in a Choctaw Community Law Day.

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Opioid Measures Head to Conference

Posted: 05/18/2016 - Bills passed in the U.S. House to fight opioid abuse now go to conference committee to work out differences with Senate measures.

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Newton County Schools' Walk of Heroes

Updated: 05/18/2016 - Newton County Schools took the next step in its new dropout prevention program as a top performer by hosting its inaugural Walk of Heroes at Newton County Elementary School.

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Mental Health Board Vice-Chairman Responds to Cuts

Updated: 05/29/2016 - Following budget cuts, the second in command for Mississippi's largest state agency is calling on legislators to visit state facilities to see first-hand the impact they have.

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Care Lodge Celebrates 35 Years

Updated: 05/18/2016 - The Care Lodge Domestic Violence Shelter is celebrating 35 years of being in service in this area.

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MCC Honors Retirees

Updated: 05/17/2016 - Meridian Community College honored six of its employees who are retiring this year with a special reception.

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Public Works Week Observed

Updated: 05/17/2016 - This is American Public Works Week. The city of Meridian shows appreciation to its public works employees Thursday.

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Behind the FBI: Cyber Safety

Updated: 05/17/2016 - Mississippi FBI agents explain how cyber crime works and what you can do to keep from becoming a victim.

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