Posted: 11:56 AM Top officials at the Mississippi State Department of Health say they're trying to prevent layoffs for 41 employees and 41 contract workers.
Posted: 11:51 AM A new law effective July 1 will regulate the prescription and use of abortion-inducing drugs.
Updated: 11:58 AM The FBI has arrested a second suspect, Everett Dutschke, in connection with ricin-tainted letters sent to the president and others.
Updated: 11:53 PM An important fundraiser was hosted for a local alumni group.
Updated: 11:21 PM More than 300 people registered for a summit aimed at encouraging economic development in Mississippi.
Updated: 12:23 AM Independent mayoral candidate Walter Patton made his official announcement for office Friday.
Updated: 7:09 PM Plans are being made already for the 13th Annual Antique Alley and Yard Sale.
Updated: 6:02 PM A Christian music festival is coming to downtown Meridian Saturday.
Updated: 11:53 PM A Clarkdale High School student has died from injuries he suffered in a wreck on the way to school Thursday morning.
Posted: 4:17 PM Meridian City Hall will be open Saturday morning for absentee voting.
Posted: 4:06 PM A pep rally focusing on academics will be held Saturday at Newton High School.
Posted: 2:50 PM Mississippi lawmakers Friday quickly approved an incentives package that could be worth more $330 million to bring a tire plant to Clay County.
Updated: 6:04 AM There's a call for action by some after an 81-year-old Meridian woman was hit by a car in Meridian.
Updated: 7:10 PM A fire Friday morning caused damage to Marion United Methodist Church and its parsonage.
Updated: 10:41 AM Mississippi lawmakers are meeting in special session Friday to consider incentives to bring a Japanese tire manufacturer to Clay County.
Updated: 10:34 AM George Jones died Friday at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville.
Updated: 11:02 PM The Young Professionals of Mississippi is holding its first-ever statewide summit through Friday at the MSU Riley Center.
Updated: 7:05 PM Three Clarkdale High School students were injured in a wreck on the way to school Thursday.
Updated: 6:03 AM A disturbing discovery was made Thursday morning outside the business office of Meridian mayoral candidate, Percy Bland.
Updated: 7:26 PM Some students at Northwest Middle School faced a challenge for the last grading period of the year.
Updated: 7:26 PM Meridian native Moe Bandy has been added to the lineup for the 2013 Jimmie Rodgers Music Festival.
Posted: 5:07 PM Two missing teenagers whose case was recently taken up by a national group have been found.
Updated: 7:25 PM Meridian police officers and Lauderdale County sheriff's deputies now have a place they can take mentally unstable people for help, instead of jail.
Posted: 12:01 PM Meridian police say an 18-year-old has been charged with computer luring for sex.
Updated: 11:12 PM Debbie Young is busy with her job and family, but still finds time to volunteer.
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