58 min ago
Jones Disheartened by COFO Building Demolition
Local Civil Rights icon Roscoe Jones says he is still trying to process the fact that the historic COFO building is no more.
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The Future of the Threefoot Building Continues to Look Up
The future of the Threefoot Building has long been on the minds of many residents.
Sat Apr 19, 2014
Historic COFO Building Torn Down
Newscenter 11 was there as crews tore the building down on Saturday afternoon. The COFO building was formerly known as the Fielder and Brooks Drug Store.
Fri Apr 18, 2014
Purse Snatched in Parking Lot
Meridian police are investigating a robbery that happened Thursday night in one of the busiest shopping areas in the city.
Shooting Suspect to be Charged with Murder
Meridian detectives say they are still trying to figure out exactly what motivated one man to allegedly shoot another man on Thursday.
Urban Blight Bill
Local leaders are expressing optimism about new legislation which could help address the problem of urban blight throughout Mississippi.
Watkins Appeals Secretary of State's Order
A Jackson developer has appealed to Hinds County Chancery Court an order from Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann that he pay $680,000 in fines related to the alleged misuse of bond money.
Rodney Hood declares for NBA draft, possible lottery pick
On Friday, it was clear Duke would be retooling their front line completely in the 2014-15 season.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
SF Classical Voice
Music News: April 15, 2014
Speaking of Adams: In 2003, Berkeley's John Adams won the Pulitzer Prize in Music; on April 14, Alaska's John Adams won the 2014 Pulitzer for Music for his orchestral work Become Ocean .
Additional Rain Raises Flooding Concerns
Upward of five inches of rain fell overnight Tuesday in areas of north-central, central and south Mississippi, spawning more concerns of moderate flooding along rivers and tributaries.
Miss. Gun and Public Safety Laws
During the 2014 legislative session which recently ended, Mississippi lawmakers passed a bill which provides clarification for Mississippi's gun law.
Departing Air Service Prompts Partnership
Leaders of airports in Meridian and Hattiesburg-Laurel are working with a consultant who specializes in smaller airport service to make presentations to the larger commercial airlines.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
The Miami Herald
The nation's weather
A cold frontal boundary extended from the western Gulf Coast to the central Great Lakes on Monday, while a separate cold front approached the West Coast.
Amtrak Expanded Service?
Efforts are being made to enhance passenger rail service in Meridian. About two weeks ago the president and CEO for Amtrak was in the Queen City talking to local leaders about possible expansion in service.
MPD Reports Numerous Calls about Shootings
Meridian police say a man was shot Apr. 11 while involved in an altercation with another man.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Area Residents Urged to Support Local Airline Service
Local leaders say it is crucial for area residents to support airline service in Meridian once a new airline is found.
Zumba Glow Party Benefits Relay for Life Team
Several people came out Saturday night to take part in "Zumba for a Cure" as part of a unique event.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
Ballerinas Kick Off New Program
Pat Gray Dance Academy has brought a new program to Meridian. The program focuses on the adventures of a ballerina mouse named Angelina.
Local Church Helps Kids Through "Youth Explosion"
The Mt. Bethel Church in Meridian is opening its doors in an effort to be a home for local children.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Challenges Ahead for Meridian Airport Authority
The main struggle for the Meridian Airport Authority in the past has been not having an airline that can fly the military.