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IHOP Repair Ongoing

Updated: 12/02/2015 - The Meridian City Council has approved more money to complete a temporary fix to the collapsed parking lot at IHOP that will hopefully allow the restaurant to open soon.

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NAACP Sues Alabama over Voter ID Law

Posted: 12/02/2015 - A civil rights group has filed a lawsuit against the state of Alabama, claiming that its law requiring voters to have photo identification will prevent thousands from casting ballots.

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Meridian Lifts Boil Water Advisory

Posted: 12/01/2015 - Meridian city officials say they've dropped a Boil Water Notice that affected thousands of people in downtown Meridian.

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Work Continues at IHOP Sinkhole

Updated: 11/27/2015 - Crews at the sinkhole by IHOP on North Frontage Road are working through the holidays in order to get things back in order.

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Trial Delayed in Oil Spill Fraud Case

Posted: 11/25/2015 - A federal judge has agreed to delay until Feb. 1 a fraud case against San Antonio attorney Mikal Watts and six others related to the 2010 Gulf oil spill.

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Global Travel Alert Issued

Posted: 11/24/2015 - As you get ready for holiday travel, the U.S. State Department says Americans, especially those traveling internationally, should be on alert.

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State of Alabama Sets Execution Date

Posted: 11/24/2015 - The Alabama Supreme Court has set a Jan. 21 execution date for Christopher Brooks, convicted of raping and murdering a woman more than 20 years ago.

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Terry Mayor Resigns

Updated: 11/23/2015 - The mayor of Terry, Miss., has resigned after pleading guilty to embezzlement.

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MHP to Have Heightened Enforcement

Posted: 11/23/2015 - The Mississippi Highway Patrol will have increased manpower on the road for the Thanksgiving holiday enforcement period Wednesday through Sunday.

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Lawyer Says Prison Commissary Prices Too High

Posted: 11/23/2015 - An Oxford attorney says inmates' families get punished when prison commissaries charge excessively for necessities and snacks. Corrections Commissioner Marshall Fisher the vast majority of commissary prices have dropped substantially.

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Democrat Eaton Draws Long Straw in Tiebreaker

Updated: 11/20/2015 - To break a tie in a Mississippi House election, a Democrat and a Republican reached into a red canvas bag Friday and each plucked out a silver-plated business card box.

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Mississippi A.G. Warns about Spoofing Scam

Posted: 11/20/2015 - The office of Attorney General Jim Hood sent out a warning to Mississippians about a phone scam that's using technology to make it appear the call is coming from a familiar, trusted source.

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