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FEMA to Waive Debts of Some Hurricane Victims

Posted: 02/08/2012 - The Federal Emergency Management Agency is implementing a plan to waive debts for thousands of victims of Hurricane Katrina and other disasters.

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Lauderdale County Goes Digital

Updated: 02/06/2012 - Lauderdale County has switched to digital radio communication that officials say is safer for the public and first responders.

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Alabama Gambling Retrial Begins

Posted: 02/06/2012 - The federal judge presiding over Alabama's gambling corruption trial has told potential jurors that they should not let the death of defendant Ray Crosby impact their deliberations.

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Voter Registration Deadline Feb. 11

Updated: 02/03/2012 - The deadline is approaching for new voters to be registered for the presidential primary in Mississippi.

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Bryant Targets Medicaid Reform

Posted: 02/02/2012 - Gov. Phil Bryant wants to reform Mississippi's Medicaid program so that it doesn't cost any more state money next year.

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Universities Say Financial Aid Running Short

Posted: 02/02/2012 - Recipients of state scholarships could see their aid packages trimmed unless the Mississippi Legislature puts more money into financial aid.

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Noxubee Refuge to be Named for Hamilton

Posted: 02/02/2012 - Legislation has passed to name the Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge after a former director of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

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Siegelman Takes Appeal to Supreme Court

Posted: 02/01/2012 - Former Alabama governor, Don Siegelman, filed a new appeal of his 2006 federal government corruption conviction to the U.S. Supreme Court Wednesday, suggesting he was "convicted of things that are not crimes."

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More on Police Station Delay

Updated: 02/01/2012 - Construction on the new Meridian Police Department has been delayed by several weeks, but city officials say the delay will not impact taxpayers, as the city has not spent any money on the project.

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Proposed Bill to Fund Research

Updated: 01/31/2012 - Alabama state Sen. Marc Keahey has proposed a bill that would use fees paid for traffic violations, such as DUI and reckless driving, to fund research into spinal cord injuries.

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