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Two Charged in Meridian Stabbing Death

Updated: 9:31 PM - Two people have been charged in connection with the capital murder and armed robbery of 66-year-old Early Jones of Meridian.

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Grace Charged in Meridian Robbery

Posted: 5:20 PM - A Meridian man already facing a bank robbery charge in Kemper County is facing an additional count in Meridian.

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Injured Store Clerk Recovering

Posted: 5:11 PM - Police say a store clerk shot Sunday in Meridian is in stable condition. The MPD continues an investigation to find the person responsible.

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Stonewall Case Not Yet on Grand Jury Agenda

Posted: 5:07 PM - A grand jury is meeting in Clarke County this week, but it won't take up the case of a Stonewall officer, who had a man die during an encounter with him in July.

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Hearn Faces Charge of Internet Luring

Updated: 7:16 PM - Lauderdale County investigators have arrested a man after they say he solicited sex online from a 14-year-old girl.

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First WNV Death in Mississippi

Posted: 3:51 PM - The Mississippi State Department of Health Monday confirmed the death of an Attala County resident from West Nile virus.

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Tickets Made Available for Pope's Visit

Updated: 5:28 PM - Two hundred standing room only tickets are available for Mississippians to attend the address of Pope Francis to Congress, according to Sen. Roger Wicker's office.

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MFD Recruiting Firefighters

Updated: 6:41 PM - The Meridian Fire Department is accepting applications until noon on September 11, to fill vacant firefighter positions.

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Mississippi Rabies Case: Advice to Locals

Updated: 7:16 PM - The state of Mississippi has recorded its first case of rabies in a land animal in more than 50 years. This discovery is causing animal control officials throughout the state to issue important advice to residents.

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Oil Lease Sale Public Meetings Set in Gulf States

Posted: 10:46 AM - The federal government is holding public meetings this week in Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana as it works on a supplemental environmental impact statement for an oil lease sale tentatively planned for 2017.

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MPD Investigates Stabbing Death and Shooting

Posted: 08/30/2015 - Meridian police are investigating two unrelated violent crimes that happened on Sunday: a fatal stabbing and the shooting a clerk during an armed robbery.

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Meridian Church Receives Vandalism

Updated: 08/30/2015 - Pastor Jerry Jackson of The Calvary Assembly of God in Meridian, says over the past year and a half his church has been vandalized 4 times.

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Remembering Katrina: American Red Cross

Updated: 08/30/2015 - The Meridian chapter of The American Red Cross says because of the communities efforts, they were able to build volunteers for Hurricane Katrina

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Remembering Katrina: 10 Years Later

Updated: 08/29/2015 - The 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina is this Saturday, and many across the state reflect on that day.

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Lamar Lauds ACT Success

Updated: 08/28/2015 - Lamar School announced this week that the Class of 15 averaged a composite score of 26.1 on the ACT. The average score in Mississippi is 19.

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Scam Targets Small Business

Updated: 08/29/2015 - There's a new scam going on that targets small businesses and their power bills.

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