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Alabama Gambling Bill Latest

Updated: 05/06/2015 - Talks are continuing in Alabama that could lead to broader legalization of gambling within the state.

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Alabama Tourism Numbers

Updated: 05/06/2015 - It's National Tourism Week, and the latest tourism numbers are looking especially good for one part of West Alabama.

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Fired Police Officer Wins Appeal

Updated: 05/06/2015 - A Meridian police officer who was terminated for sharing a cartoon viewed by some as racist has won his appeal in Lauderdale County Circuit Court.

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Chris Epps' Wife Hopes to Keep Forfeited Assets

Posted: 05/01/2015 - The wife of a former Mississippi prison chief who pleaded guilty in a multi-million dollar bribery scheme has hired an attorney to try to keep property her husband has agreed to forfeit.

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Holt's Case Continued

Updated: 05/01/2015 - An appeal case for a potential candidate in Lauderdale County is being continued.

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County Work Programs Moving to State Centers

Updated: 05/01/2015 - As a way to save money, the Mississippi Department of Corrections plans to end 30 county work release programs and instead move inmates to state centers.

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Increasing Gas Tax Makes for Tough Politics, Adviser Says

Updated: 04/30/2015 - The policy director of Transportation for America, Joe McAndrew, says Mississippi will need strong bipartisan leadership for the "tricky political question" of increasing the gasoline tax to pay for highways, bridges and other transportation needs.

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McCullough Named MDA Director

Posted: 04/30/2015 - Gov. Phil Bryant has named Glenn McCullough, Jr., as the new director of the Mississippi Development Authority.

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Dubose Comments on Police, Citizen Relationship

Updated: 04/29/2015 - Meridian's police chief says he hopes an improving relationship with the community will mean avoiding a situation like what has developed in Baltimore.

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Mississippi Governor, Israeli Ambassador Promote Trade

Posted: 04/28/2015 - Leaders of Israel and Mississippi say they want to increase what is now a tiny trade between the Magnolia State and Middle Eastern nation, building an economic relationship on top of political ties.

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Alabama Supreme Court Upholds Payday Loan Database

Posted: 04/28/2015 - The Alabama Supreme Court has ruled that the state Banking Department can establish a payday loan database to enforce an existing $500 limit on how much people can borrow at one time from the short-term lenders.

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