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Multiple tornadoes reported in southern Mississippi as storm system moves east

National Weather Service forecasters said they believe multiple tornadoes hit the southern half of Mississippi on Thursday as a storm system moves east. No injuries have been reported and damage reports remain scattered.

CBS NEWS

Confirmed Tornado Heading Toward Jackson, Mississippi

A confirmed large and extremely dangerous tornado was located 7 miles southwest of Raymond, or 14 miles southwest of Clinton, moving northeast at 45 mph. This is a particularly dangerous situation.

ALABAMAWX.COM

Body Of Missing Fisherman Recovered

GREENVILLE, MS (Ben Caxton) — The body of a fisherman who went missing while out on lake Ferguson in early March has been recovered. Authorities were called to the water Saturday morning when a fisherman on his boat spotted a body floating in the water and called 9-1-1. Family members later identifi

DELTADAILYNEWS.COM

Several Mississippi school districts closing early due to severe weather risk

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (localmemphis.com) - Multiple Mississippi school districts are closing early Thursday due to the risk of severe weather. Coahoma County School District will dismiss at 1:30 p.m.

LOCALMEMPHIS.COM

‘They’re easiest to step on’: The real reason why families in the Delta, one of the nation’s poorest regions, are also the most audited by the IRS

Last summer, William Ayers received a letter in the mail — it was registered and required a signature, suggesting its contents. “Ah, that’s the IRS,” Ayers, 58, recalls thinking. “Here we go again.”

MISSISSIPPI TODAY

New Mississippi law aims to protect consumers from telemarketers

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — A new state law set to go into effect could mean major consequences for telemarketers targeting Mississippians. Public Service Commissioner Brandon Presley took to Facebook to call out companies being fined through the state's No Call Law.

WREG

Washington County Deputy Shot Serving a Warrant

GREENVILLE, MS (Ben Caxton) — A Washington County Sheriff’s Deputy has been shot while attempting to serve a warrant in Greenville. The Deputy, identified by Leland Police as Adam Auger, was approaching an address at the corner of East College Street and North Hyman near Delta Regional Medical Cente

DELTADAILYNEWS.COM

Tornado Watch Coming Soon For Portions Of Louisiana & Mississippi

The threat of severe storms is starting to flare up back to our west in Louisiana and eventually into southwestern Mississippi. SPC has drawn up a mesoscale discussion stating that a tornado watch will be issued by 11:00 am CDT.

ALABAMAWX.COM

Power outages pepper central Mississippi

Southern Pine says nearly 9-thousand customers in Rankin County are without power following this afternoon's storms. Lines are downed in Hillsboro, Morton, Shiloh and Rexford. In the meantime, Entergy is working to assess damage in Vicksburg, Utica, northeast Jackson and Mendenhall. More than 29,000

WJTV.COM

2 people rushed to hospital after shooting in north Mississippi, officials say

TUNICA, Miss. - Police are investigating after two people were shot in north Mississippi. The shooting happened around 8:30 p.m. Wednesday near the intersection of Prichard Road and Old Highway 61 in Tunica, according to the Tunica County Sheriff’s Office.

FOX13MEMPHIS.COM

Safe rooms open across central Mississippi ahead of severe weather

JACKSON, MS (WLBT) - Several safe rooms have opened ahead of the severe weather threat in central Mississippi. The following safe rooms will be open Thursday for residents to seek shelter.

WLBT

Severe weather pounds Texas, Louisiana and Mississippi

(AP) - Heavy winds and power outages are being reported as a storm system moved across Louisiana and Mississippi. The National Weather Service reported gusts of 60 mph in Natchez, MS, on Thursday afternoon as the storm system moved across the Mississippi River from Louisiana.

FOX8LIVE.COM

Mississippi governor signs bill permitting license plates with alternative flag without Confederate symbol

Mississippi residents will soon be able to choose an alternate design for license plates in the state that does not include the state flag, which contains a Confederate emblem.

THE HILL

Senator Roger Wicker talks about issues facing Mississippi and the nation

COLUMBUS, Miss. (WCBI)- Senator Roger Wicker made a swing through North Mississippi, meeting with area leaders and constituents. Senator Wicker was hard at work trying to make things happen for Mississippi.

WCBI.COM

MS WFO JACKSON Warnings, Watches, and Advisories

WFO JACKSON Warnings, Watches and Advisories for Friday, April 19, 2019. ...The Flood Warning continues for the following rivers in. Big Sunflower River At Sunflower affecting Sunflower County.

WJTV.COM

SCHOOL LIST: South Mississippi schools announce early dismissal times

SOUTH MISSISSIPPI (WLOX) - Schools across South Mississippi are announcing early release times ahead of severe weather headed our way Thursday. All schools will start at their regular times unless otherwise noted.

WLOX

Justice Court fine grace period through May

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Long, Davis to exchange vows May 25

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Man charged with theft of excavator

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Hawkins helps Rotary Club “Get Pumped”

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