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2015/07/03 20:52
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... Private Jessica Lynch was ambushed, he saw Iraqi soldiers, dead and rotting, dangling out of their tanks. One time Peterson's truck broke down, and he was surrounded by a group of Iraqi...
2015/07/03 20:52
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2015/07/03 04:59
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JACKSON, MS (Mississippi News Now) - Rankin County Court Judge Thomas H. Broome and Jurist in Residence John N. Hudson are recipients of this year's Chief Justice Award for their work improving the...
2015/07/02 14:28
2015/07/02 14:28
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This is a news release from the Department of Justice Linda Harvey-Irvin, 62, of Jackson, Donald Walton, 51, of Vicksburg, and Markuntala Croom, 45, of Columbia, were sentenced by U.S. District Judge...
2015/07/01 17:14
2015/07/01 17:14
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Debra Baretta, an opponent of a measure requiring nearly all California schoolchildren to be vaccinated, wipes her eyes after learning that Calififornia Gov. Jerry Brown signed the bill into law...
2015/06/30 00:46
2015/06/30 00:46
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Dudley is a 1.5-year-old American bulldog mix who has the heart and energy of a puppy. He approaches every moment of life with joy and enthusiasm. He is beyond affectionate and will nudge up against...
2015/06/29 22:08
2015/06/29 22:08
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Rachel Denny Clow/Associated Press Same-sex couples have been rushing to their county clerks' offices since Friday's U.S. Supreme Court's landmark decision that granted gay and lesbian couples...
2015/06/29 02:03
2015/06/29 02:03
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... raise a child with her partner, Martir said she was promptly fired because public school officials feared a parent backlash over a lesbian teacher. Martir, 32, decided to sue for employment...
2015/06/27 00:28
2015/06/27 00:28
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This is a news release from the Mississippi Department of Human Services Mississippians support helping struggling families put food on the table, but they also want to know their taxpayer dollars...
2015/06/26 19:20
2015/06/26 19:20
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ILLINOIS -- As the Illinois and Mississippi Rivers begin to swell, Illinois Emergency Management is working to provide sandbags to areas in need. Offender crews from the Illinois Department of...
2015/06/25 16:04
2015/06/25 16:04
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By JACK WEATHERLY Mississippi physicians are willing to throw themselves on the mercy of the federal government as a Oct. 1 deadline nears for the implementation of a complex disease coding system...
2015/06/25 09:57
2015/06/25 09:57
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Carolina Statehouse, but a large drape kept mourners from seeing it as they filed past the open coffin of a veteran black lawmaker and pastor. State senator and pastor Clementa Pinckney was...
2015/06/25 01:50
2015/06/25 01:50
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... a.m. Wednesday after a resident saw the damage on the 32-foot statue in Forest Park. Parks Department workers were cleaning the memorial, and no arrests have been made. Police said the...
2015/06/24 23:46
2015/06/24 23:46
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A fireball goes up at the site of an oil train derailment Monday, Dec 30, 2013, in Casselton, N.D. The train carrying crude oil derailed near Casselton Monday afternoon. Several explosions were...
2015/06/24 18:18
2015/06/24 18:18
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... and Louisiana's first nonwhite governor since Reconstruction, when he took office in 2008. He's reworked Louisiana's government ethics code, created a statewide K-12 school...
2015/06/24 09:19
2015/06/24 09:19
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... a heart-lung bypass machine. A child on a ventilator suffers intractable seizures because of meningitis. Drs. Ryan and Andrea Hadley, both physicians for University of Michigan Health...
2015/06/22 13:41
2015/06/22 13:41
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This is a news release from the Justice Department The Justice Department announced that, jointly with the state of Mississippi and city of Meridian, Mississippi, it has reached settlement agreements...
2015/06/18 23:48
2015/06/18 23:48
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... cares about sexism and racism, and you’ve read about There’s this pattern with media coverage of organized atheism. When a media outlet decides that atheism is interesting and important, they...
2015/06/18 18:41
2015/06/18 18:41
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Netchex currently has 86 employees in Mandeville. Louisiana’s Department of Economic Development said the new jobs will have an average salary of $43,800, plus benefits. The expansion will create 120...
2015/06/18 16:08
2015/06/18 16:08
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JACKSON -- Not only is Mississippi not living up to a court order to improve its child welfare system, but a court monitor finds that things may be getting worse. The latest shortfalls in the...
2015/06/18 02:07
2015/06/18 02:07
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I chose to vote for Barack Obama. And I do not regret a thing. During that time, the assignment of HIllary Clinton to work as the Secretary of State, gave her more exposure and understanding of...
2015/07/03 20:52
2015/07/03 20:52
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