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NTSB Releases Report On Sinking Of Tugboat In Mississippi River That Killed 2

MEMPHIS, Tenn (localmemphis.com) - The National Transportation Safety Board has released the cause of the tugboat that sank in the Mississippi River in December 2017. The Captain of the Ricky Robinson, Keith Pigram and his 19-year-old stepson, deckhand Anquavius Jamison were on the boat when it sank

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Man arrested for arson following north Mississippi furniture plant fire

PONTOTOC COUNTY, MS (WLBT) - A man accused of setting fire to a north Mississippi furniture plant has been arrested. A joint investigation between the Mississippi State Fire Marshal Office and the Pontotoc County Sheriff’s Office led to the arrest of 30-year-old Jason Lee Doss.

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Mississippi expected 1,000 jobs at a Gulfport shipyard. But the deal is dead.

The deal is dead between the state and Topship, an affiliate of oil-services company Edison Chouest Offshore of Louisiana, for a shipyard on the industrial seaway that was supposed to create 1,000 jobs.

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Federal judge rules Mississippi state Senate district violates Voting Rights Act

A federal judge ruled this week that a Mississippi state Senate district violates the Voting Rights Act and needs to be redrawn before statewide elections in November. U.S. District Court Judge Carlton Reeves, an Obama appointee, ruled on Tuesday that State Senate District 22 — which has been held b

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10 Mississippi counties eligible for disaster funds

JACKSON, MS (WDAM) _ Ten Mississippi counties will be able to apply for federal dollars to help cover the costs of repairing roads and bridges damaged by heavy rains and winds in December.

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Drivers without insurance are a problem in Mississippi

JACKSON, Miss. (WJTV) - Uninsured drivers are a problem on Mississippi roads. The state Insurance Commissioner is raising awareness of having uninsured motorist insurance — and has some good news for consumers.

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Mississippi Supreme court refuses to review three separate cases

JACKSON, MS (WLBT) - The Mississippi Supreme Court refused Thursday to review a Jackson murder case. 22-year-old La’Darrian McCray was sentenced to life in prison for murder in the shooting death of Glentez Brown in 2014, and the attempted aggravated assault of Brown’s infant son.

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11 confirmed cases of chronic waste disease in Mississippi, last day of deer hunting

JACKSON, Miss. (WJTV) - Today is the last day for deer hunting season in Mississippi. The current season is for archery or primitive weapons only. Hunters can only kill legal bucks on private or open public land. Open public lands include U.S. National Forests or corps of engineers lands.

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President Trump Approves Mississippi Disaster Declaration

JACKSON, Miss. (WJTV) - Mississippi's Disaster Declaration is approved by President Trump. That means Federal assistance will help State and local recovery efforts in areas affected by severe storms, flooding and tornadoes from December 27 and 28 of last year.

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Focused on Mississippi: Endless Love

JACKSON, Miss (WJTV) - Walt Grayson is with us to help wrap up the week with a story about love. Love was on everybody’s mind yesterday, being Valentines Day. But Walt, you met a couple who’ve been in love a lot longer than just a day.

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Applications available for Mississippi Teacher Residency

JACKSON, MS (WDAM) - Applications for the new Mississippi Teacher Residency program are now available, and the Mississippi Department of Education invites aspiring teachers to apply now.

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Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians Release Names of Three Tribal Members Arrested for Embezzlement

PHILADELPHIA, Miss. — The Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians (MBCI) has been notified that three Choctaw Tribal members were arrested this morning by federal authorities and are being charged in U.S. District Court with various counts of Embezzlement and Theft from Indian Tribal Organizations and W

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Philadelphia boys overwhelm Scott Central in semifinals

LAKE — Zabin Hunter scored a game-high 17 points, Jordan Hill contributed 14 and Philadelphia picked up its 21st victory of the year Thursday night with a 60-46 win against Scott Central in the Region 4-2A tournament semifinals at Lake High School.

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An update on county high school principals

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Kosy experiences big basketball turnaround

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Central Holmes' Rawson excited about playing Division I baseball

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The Mississippi Economic Council continues statewide tour

PHILADELPHIA, Miss. (WTOK) - Rotary members listened in as Mississippi Economic Council President and CEO Scott Waller delivered a presentation focusing on economic development, healthy living, growing the workforce and community involvement.

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Three MBCI members indicted for theft, wire fraud

PHILADELPHIA, Miss. (WTOK) - Three members of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians were recently indicted by a federal grand jury for theft or embezzlement and wire fraud in separate alleged schemes.

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Charlie Adams: My Grandfather’s Interview with Mississippi Roads

This past week I wrote about my grandfather Everett Adams, Sr., who lived to be 101. An Attala County native, he was a teacher, principal and superintendent for many years in Mississippi starting when WWI was going on.

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Ethel powerlifting claims division crown

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