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Group Asks Louisville to Remove State Flag

Posted: 09/02/2015 - The Louisville Board of Aldermen took no action Tuesday night on a request to remove the state flag from city hall and its tornado memorial.

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Immigrants Sue Mississippi Companies

Posted: 09/01/2015 - Six immigrants are suing two Mississippi companies, saying the firms misled them about wages they would be paid to work in landscaping jobs under contracts with the state Department of Transportation.

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Grand Jury Meeting in Neshoba County

Updated: 09/01/2015 - The president of the Neshoba County Board of Supervisors says a series of reviews are now in place to protect the county coffers.

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Marion Voters Select New Town Alderman

Updated: 09/01/2015 - Voters in the town of Marion have chosen a new alderman in a special election Tuesday after Barbara Anthony recently resigned.

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MFD Recruiting Firefighters

Updated: 08/31/2015 - The Meridian Fire Department is accepting applications until noon on September 11, to fill vacant firefighter positions.

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Oil Lease Sale Public Meetings Set in Gulf States

Posted: 08/31/2015 - 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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Branning Looks Toward 2016

Updated: 08/29/2015 - Jenifer Branning won the Republican Primary for Mississippi Senate District 18 and says she's ready to get to work. There are no Democrats or independents vying for the job.

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Planned Parenthood Sues Alabama

Posted: 08/28/2015 - Planned Parenthood has filed a federal lawsuit over Gov. Robert Bentley's effort to cut off Medicaid payments to the organization's Alabama clinics.

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Closing Alabama Licensing Offices Proposed

Posted: 08/28/2015 - Alabama Secretary of Law Enforcement Spencer Collier has outlined plans to close driver's license offices if the state legislature decreases the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency's funding.

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HUD Secretary to Visit Gulfport

Posted: 08/26/2015 - U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julian Castro is coming to Gulfport, where he plans to privately tour the state port before a Thursday news conference to mark the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina.

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Signs of Katrina Still Linger in Mississippi

Posted: 08/26/2015 - A decade after Hurricane Katrina, Mississippi's coastal communities now have more people than before the storm, but areas closest to the water are still struggling to recover.

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