Posted: 6:22 PM Mississippi's Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Newton was filled with veterans, family and friends on Memorial Day.
Posted: 6:13 PM Meridian's Magnolia Cemetery hosted its 3rd Annual Memorial Day Tribute.
Updated: 5:38 PM The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency is urging residents to develop their own emergency plan before hurricane season begins June 1.
Updated: 6:57 PM An annual tradition paid tribute to those who have made the ultimate sacrifice.
Updated: 5:25 PM Meridian's VFW Post 12124 honored the family and memory of Shane Pugh with a wreath-laying ceremony Monday morning.
Posted: 9:29 AM Chaney fears some won't get insurance.
Updated: 11:18 PM Voters will soon narrow down the list of those who will have the privilege to serve on the Meridian City Council.
Updated: 11:21 PM The late Jimmie Rodgers was honored on the anniversary of his death.
Updated: 11:14 PM A local woman has earned a unique title and hopes to reach national stardom.
Updated: 11:01 PM Local church leaders are taking steps to help a local pastor during a time of need.
Posted: 3:53 PM C Spire to grow 4G LTE network.
Updated: 11:42 PM The candidates running for the Ward Four seat on the Meridian City Council both say changes need to be made in the area.
Updated: 11:36 PM The annexed area of Meridian's Ward One is a concern for both candidates seeking a spot on City Council.
Posted: 11:02 PM With summer travel season heating up, first responders are taking time to practice their rescue skills.
Updated: 11:14 PM A local basketball tournament remembered one young man while helping other young people thrive.
Updated: 5:20 PM Local runners took to the streets to raise awareness about an important cause this weekend.
Updated: 11:15 PM 252 additional troopers to patrol holiday weekend.
Updated: 11:39 PM A man who was robbed and then beaten says he is thankful to be alive.
Updated: 11:31 PM The Meridian Mayoral Debate, sponsored by WTOK-TV and The Meridian Star, is May 30 at Meridian Community College.
Updated: 11:30 PM Democrats rallied in Meridian Friday in advance of the June 4 general election.
Updated: 4:35 PM The public will get a look at the new Neshoba County General Hospital June 30.
Updated: 11:30 PM Staff members of West Lauderdale Elementary School took a walk Friday to support a good cause.
Updated: 11:30 PM Many people will head to beaches and swimming areas for the first time of the season this weekend.
Posted: 11:39 AM The public is invited to the traditional wreath laying ceremony at the grave of Jimmie Rodgers.
Updated: 11:39 PM The Boys and Girls Club of East Mississippi is filled for the summer. It's asking the community to help fill in the gaps.
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