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Highest Court Won't Hear Siegelman Appeal

Posted: 01/11/2016 - The U.S. Supreme Court won't hear an appeal from former Alabama governor, Don Siegelman, over his prison sentence for bribery and obstruction of justice.

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Alabama GOP Asks Hubbard to Step Aside

Posted: 01/11/2016 - The Alabama Republican Party steering committee is asking indicted House Speaker Mike Hubbard to step aside from his leadership role as he heads to trial on ethics charges.

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Meridian Issues Boil Water Notice

Updated: 01/08/2016 - The city of Meridian has issued a Boil Water Notice to residents and businesses located in and around Meridian Crossroads Shopping Center.

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Feds: Terrorism Arrests Made in Two States

Posted: 01/08/2016 - Federal authorities charged an Iraqi refugee with attempting to support the Islamic State and another is charged with lying about his travels to fight in Syria.

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Alabama Sues Feds over Refugee Program

Posted: 01/08/2016 - Alabama has become the second state to sue the U.S. government over refugee resettlement, accusing the Obama administration of failing to consult with states on placement of those who have fled their home countries.

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Lock-Down Continues at Mississippi Prisons

Posted: 01/08/2016 - The lock-down at South Mississippi Correctional Institution in Greene County and Unit 29 at the Mississippi State Penitentiary at Parchman will remain for several more days.

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Bryant Seeks Legislation to Protect Gun Rights

Updated: 01/07/2016 - Gov. Phil Bryant announced Thursday that he has asked state Rep. Andy Gipson to file legislation to protect Mississippians’ Second Amendment rights.

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Superintendent Moves Forward With Neshoba School Bond

Updated: 01/07/2016 - The $14 million bond issue for Neshoba County is in the beginning stages. Superintendent Joe Killens says to be able to start construction, some site clearing needs to be done first.

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Changes in SNAP Benefits Eligibility

Posted: 01/07/2016 - Get a job or start training for one if you want to keep getting benefits. That's the message to single adults in Mississippi and elsewhere for receiving SNAP benefits.

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House Dismisses District 98 Challenge

Posted: 01/06/2016 - The Mississippi House has dismissed a candidate's request to unseat longtime Democratic Rep. David Myers of McComb.

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Grand Jury Hearing Stonewall Death Case

Updated: 01/06/2016 - A Clarke County grand jury began hearing testimony in the death of Jonathan Sanders today. He died during a confrontation with a Stonewall Police officer last July.

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