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Special Olympic Games

Updated: 04/24/2015 - The local Special Olympic Games were held in Meridian today. In all, almost 500 athletes participated.

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Drug/High Speed Chase Arrest

Updated: 04/24/2015 - A high speed chase through Kemper County's county seat has led to a drug arrest.

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Truck Fire

Updated: 04/23/2015 - No one was hurt during a truck fire Thursday at a truck stop in Lost Gap. The fire is believed to have been caused by a refrigeration unit that caught fire. Two trucks were damaged by the blaze. The truck which caught fire was hauling frozen chickens.

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MLT Diversity Efforts

Updated: 04/22/2015 - Meridian is home to Mississippi's largest community theatre. A strategic plan has been developed to further expand Meridian Little Theatre's appeal.

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NFusion X Talent Show

Updated: 04/21/2015 - We often report to you stories about young people, who are involved in bad situations. Today we're bringing you a story about an organization that's on a mission to help youth in our area, and organizers say there is a role that we all can play in this effort.

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City of Meridian: Audit Results

Updated: 04/16/2015 - "A good financial year,' is how an auditor describes the most recent audit of the City of Meridian.

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Local Students Learn about Weather

Updated: 04/15/2015 - St. Patrick’s School 5th graders gained firsthand experience about what goes on behind the scenes at WTOK-TV and how weather can impact their daily lives.

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Mississippi Education Debate

Updated: 04/15/2015 - It's been just over a week since the Mississippi Legislature wrapped up work for this year's legislative session, and two local lawmakers are not seeing eye-to-eye on some issues involving education.

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Missing Child Has Been Found

Updated: 04/15/2015 - UPDATE: Meridian police say 12-year-old Zoie Allen has been found safe and unharmed.

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Triple Fatal Accident

Updated: 04/13/2015 - A mother and her two 9-year-old children from Philadelphia were killed in a car crash Sunday night in Leake County. It happened around 7:20 on Highway 500 near Carthage. Four other children, who ranged in age from 3 to 9, were injured in the one-vehicle wreck.

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UWA Inauguration Day: New President

Updated: 04/10/2015 - An inauguration ceremony was held this afternoon for the University of West Alabama's new president. Dr. Ken Tucker says his plans are to develop UWA into an even bigger and better university.

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Tax Phone Scam

Updated: 04/09/2015 - Scam artists are taking advantage of tax season, using the name of the Internal Revenue Service to scare people. The Better Business Bureau has advice to avoid being scammed.

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Mission Mississippi

Updated: 04/08/2015 - It was 47 years ago this month when Dr. Martin Luther King, Junior was assassinated just across the state line in Memphis. Since that time, great strides have been made to improve race relations in Mississippi. If one group has its way, there are even more improvements to come.

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New MPSD School Board Appointment

Updated: 04/07/2015 - The Meridian City Council has approved a new appointment to the Meridian School Board but one council member raised concern about a possible conflict of interest.

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Veterans Express Concerns

Updated: 04/06/2015 - Local veterans say they should have been included in the selection process for a Lauderdale County veterans service officer.

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Road Reflectors: Safety Initiative

Updated: 04/06/2015 - Lauderdale County supervisors Monday approved the lowest bid for a project that will place more raised reflectors on some roads.

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Foster Parents Needed

Updated: 04/03/2015 - In conjunction with Child Abuse Awareness Month during April the DHS office in Lauderdale County is launching an effort to recruit more foster parents.

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Pharmacy Burglarized

Updated: 04/03/2015 - An investigation is underway into an early morning burglary at a pharmacy in DeKalb.

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County Supervisors' Conference

Updated: 04/01/2015 - Some county supervisors from around Mississippi are in Meridian this week for a two day conference. Organizers say one of the biggest concerns they have this year is that many counties may not be able to avoid raising taxes.

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