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Here’s how the deadly Super Bowl gang shooting happened in Moss Point
In a matter of seconds, an agent with the FBI Safe Streets Task Force said, the party-goers who were gathered around a table playing cards and watching the game were ordered to the floor.
Mississippi mayor collects signatures for legal marijuana
OCEAN SPRINGS, Miss. (WJTV) - A Mississippi mayor is trying to legalize medicinal marijuana, the Associated Press reports.
Third fatal accident in two days takes life of Mississippi man Saturday night in Denham Springs
DENHAM SPRINGS-- A Mississippi man died Saturday night when his motorcycle struck a car head-on 4-H Club Road, according to the Louisiana State Police.Jasper Bassimer, 25, of Waveland, Miss., was traveling southbound on La. 1032 (4-H Club Road) when he failed to negotiate a left-hand curve and cross
Traffic Alert: Accident on 55, Jackson, shuts down two lanes
An accident on I-55 north in Jackson, past Woodrow Wilson Ave., has shut down two left lanes, according to the Mississippi Dept. of Transportation.
Driver license stations close for employee training
HATTIESBURG, MS (WDAM) - The Driver Service offices in the Mississippi Highway Patrol Southern Region will be closed for employee training on Wednesday, October 17.
Woman apologizes after claiming to call police on boy
"Based on this evidence, and a new review of thevideo, I am calling on the Brooklyn DA, Eric Gonzalez, to file charges against her". In the background, you can hear the cries of the child that Klein said disrespected her.
Sheriff’s staff getting raises
This time, the voices weren’t raised, but the pay rate of the sheriff’s employees was.Sheriff Alex Hodge and the Jones County Board of Supervisors went into executive session to discuss the request he made for the pay increases in this month’s first meeting.After about an hour behind closed doors, b
South Mississippi Fair continues in Laurel
Mark your calendar for a full, exciting week ahead. Monday and Wednesday will be popular nights, those are both 2 for 1 armband nights.
Dixie Electric sending crew to help with Hurricane Michael recovery
HATTIESBURG, MS (WDAM) - Ten linemen from Dixie Electric Power Association are leaving Monday, Oct. 15 to travel down to Florida to restore power service to members who were affected by Hurricane Michael.
Mississippi State Fair will be longer next year
JACKSON, MS (WLBT) - As crews pack up the rides and other attractions at the Mississippi State Fair, plans are already underway for a longer fair in 2019.
Police: Mississippi truck driver said he had 7 or 8 drinks before crash that killed 3
HARRISBURG, Pa. — A tractor-trailer driver from Mississippi, facing charges after a crash on a Pennsylvania interstate that killed three people, told investigators he had consumed seven or eight drinks earlier in the day, state police said.
Another fire at Mississippi furniture company
PONTOTOC, Miss. (AP) — For the second time this year, a large fire has torn through American Furniture Company in northern Pontotoc County.
Moss Point man sentenced to over 20 years on drug and firearm charges
Edward Corneilus Bridges, 38, was sentenced to 250 months in federal prison for possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine and possession of a firearm in furtherance of a drug trafficking crime.
Live updates: Mississippi Valley State at Jackson State football
(Photo: Anthony McDougle, Clarion Ledger)Join the Clarion Ledger for live news, scores and updates from SWAC football action Saturday between Mississippi Valley State and Jackson State. Kickoff is set for 2 p.m. CST.
3 charged in Dabbs Street shooting investigation; 4 wanted for questioning
Hattiesburg police arrested Jakobe Woullard, 18, Terra Hundley, 46, and Kala Hundley, 30, overnight. All three are charged with hindering prosecution, rendering criminal assistance.
Mississippi aerospace firm shares in $25.5 billion contract
The U.S. Army Contracting Command at Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville, Alabama,announced the contractwith Vertex Aerospace and six other companies on Thursday.
Mississippi landlord to pay couple for discrimination
The Department of Housing and Urban Development reached the settlement Tuesday but did not disclose the amount, TheClarion Ledgerreported. In April, the agency charged Gene Baker of Belden with violating the Fair Housing Act.
Ellisville's 1845 Deason Home: Haunt of Civil War ghost or blessed antebellum dwelling?
There appear to be a lot of strange goings-on at the Deason Home in Ellisville. Visitors tell stories of cellphones dying, batteries running out, doors opening at random and glowing orbs floating through the air.
Man accused of running over Moss Point woman could face death penalty
Blackturned himself intwo days later to police in Prentiss, MS, which is where authorities found the stolen vehicle.
Lyon Ranch Road Raid: In Her Own Words
Owners still suffering aftermath of invasionI was preparing to start Round 1 with the animals before the sweltering heat of July set in. I take my first break at 9 a.m. to handle the business. I own and manage 45 rent- al houses in Lamar and Jones County. It’s a job I have had since 1992 when I boug