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Life imitates film in story of vengeful LA ex-cop

Posted 2/12/2013 in National

It sounds like the plot line to a movie: He's a former LA cop on a violent, rage-filled rampage who will stop at nothing for revenge.

 

 

Congressman seeks to overturn Citizens United

Posted 2/12/2013 in National

A Democratic Minnesota congressman is introducing a constitutional amendment designed to overturn the Supreme Court's decision in the Citizens United case that lifted many restrictions on corporate spending in political elections.

 

 

State of the Union to stress jobs

Posted 2/12/2013 in National

The American public will get a competing mix of rhetoric and imagery in President Barack Obama's State of the Union address Tuesday, a speech that offers a heavy dose on the economy even as it plays out against a visual backdrop dominated by the current national debate over guns.

 

 

North Korea apparently conducts third atomic test

Posted 2/12/2013 in National

North Korea apparently conducted a widely anticipated nuclear test Tuesday, strongly indicated by an "explosion-like" earthquake that monitoring agencies around the globe said appeared to be unnatural.

 

 

Study: 1 in 4 consumers had error in credit report

Posted 2/12/2013 in National

One in four consumers found an error in a credit report issued by a major agency, according to a government study released Monday.

 

Crawfish season means big business for Crissey

Posted 2/11/2013 in Area

In the South, there are few aromas more inviting than the rich smell of perfectly seasoned crawfish coming to a boil. People wait all year for the few short months when they can pop a succulent piece of the flavorful crustacean into their mouth.

Homes wrecked, dozens hurt in Mississippi tornado

Posted 2/11/2013 in State

Heavy clouds blanket the skies in Hattiesburg today following a Sunday night tornado, but a steady rain has not dampened cleanup efforts on the University of Southern Mississippi campus, which took a direct hit. Residents have already started the long process of removing trees, patching roofs and giving thanks for their survival. More than a dozen in the state were injured.

 

Six have qualified for House District 36

Posted 2/11/2013 in Area

Today is the last day to qualify for the 36th District seat in the Mississippi House of Representatives. The seat has been vacant since the Jan. 13 death of Rep. David Gibbs, D-West Point.

 

Pope to resign Feb. 28, says he's too infirm

Posted 2/11/2013 in National

Pope Benedict XVI announced Monday that he would resign on Feb. 28 because he was simply too infirm to carry on -- the first pontiff to do so in nearly 600 years.

 

AP: Hundreds of bills die during Legislature session

Posted 2/11/2013 in State

Hundreds of bills don't survive a session of the Mississippi Legislature. Some are filed by multiple lawmakers when only one bill is needed. Some Senate bills are duplicates of House bills and vice versa. Some are silly. Some need more study. Some make no sense. Others originated in coffee shop discussions as something the Legislature should do -- but really shouldn't.

 

Sistrunk to run for reelection

Posted 2/11/2013 in Starkville & Oktibbeha County

Starkville Ward 2 Alderman Sandra Sistrunk has officially qualified to seek her second term in the 2013 municipal elections. Sistrunk announced her intent late last week. The Democrat also serves as the city's vice-mayor and on the budget and audit committee.

 

Anxiety settles on LA area in fugitive ex-cop hunt

Posted 2/11/2013 in National

The search for a fugitive ex-police officer wanted in the slayings of three people took police to a San Fernando Valley home improvement store and to the home of a possible target in a quiet Southern California suburb.

 

 

French: Complex trading web in horsemeat scandal

Posted 2/11/2013 in National

A maze of trading between meat wholesalers has made it increasingly difficult to trace the origins of food -- enabling horsemeat disguised as beef to be sold in frozen meals across Europe.

 

 

Leonard Pitts: A new GOP, or just a cosmetic touchup?

Posted 2/9/2013 in National

Maybe the party is finally over. Meaning not simply the Grand Old Party, but more specifically the bacchanal of the bizarre and carnival of crazy to which it has lately devolved. So obvious has this devolution become that even Republican stalwarts have been heard to decry the parody of a party the GOP has become.

 

Hog Wild: Booming wild hog population threatens health, ecosystem

Posted 2/9/2013 in Area

Although they haven't yet achieved the status of Sherman's March to the Sea, Mississippi's rapidly growing wild hog population is cutting its own destructive swath through the state, and along the way exacting a heavy toll on the state's ecosystem.

Teen sentenced to 25 years on fatal DUI charges

A 19-year-old Starkville man faces a 25-year prison sentence after pleading guilty to an aggravated DUI charges in connection with an Oktibbeha County car crash that killed one and left five others injured.

Heritage system gives parents real-time link to grades

Posted 2/9/2013 in Columbus & Lowndes County

Heritage Academy is taking strides to stay up to date with technology while fostering a relationship between parents and teachers. The private school is entering its second year of utilizing the Power School program, a web-based system that allows parents to check on their child's academic progress in real time.

 

Health and Human Services: Miss. can try for fed-state health exchange

Posted 2/9/2013 in State

After blocking Mississippi's proposal for a state-run health insurance exchange because of divisions among state leaders on the plan, federal officials said Friday that they're encouraging the state to seek approval for a partnership -- an exchange jointly run by the state and federal governments.

 

 

Sudduth Elementary locked down after threat against employee

Sudduth Elementary School was on lockdown for 30 minutes Friday afternoon after school officials learned of a verbal threat made against a school employee.

 

 

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