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Woman warns flasher may be prowling I-55 in Mississippi
DESOTO COUNTY, Miss. — A Mid-South college student is sending out a warning to drivers on Interstate 55 in northern Mississippi about a driver who may have more on his mind than the road.
Retired Mississippi police dog rescued from animal shelter as handler gets demotion
A Mississippi cop has been demoted from the K9 unit to patrol duty after taking his retired four-legged partner to an animal shelter to be put up for adoption. Ringo sniffed out drugs for the Jackson Police Department for nine years until the dog's retirement this past October. Nevertheless, the Lab
Grenada Man Dies in Custody After Arrest
GRENADA, MS (Ben Caxton) — The Mississippi Bureau of Investigations is now trying to find out what happened to a man who died in custody after being arrested by Grenada Police. 26-year-old Robert Loggins was picked up after police responded to a disturbance call on West Govan Street last Thursday an
Sex offender serves as grand marshal of Mississippi town's Christmas parade
SARDIS, Miss. (WREG) -- Some people in a north Mississippi town are complaining after the local chamber of commerce chose a sex offender as the grand marshal of the town Christmas parade.
City of Grenada Will Hold National SCCA Event
The City of Grenada and the Mississippi Region of the Sports Car Club of America will partner on the 2019 Tire Rack National Pro Solo Event. The event will be held on April 12-14, at the Grenada Municipal Airport.
The Calhoun County Sheriff’s Department to be featured on a Belgium TV show
CALHOUN COUNTY, Miss. (WCBI) – The television crew will be on patrol in eight countries. A Belgium TV crew is in Calhoun County this week filming the sheriff’s department. It’s a part of a new TV show that will be airing in Belgium next year.
Calhoun City's Hall eager for today's bowl
Kemon Hall plays his final game with the University of North Texas this afternoon in the New Mexico Bowl, and the Calhoun City native wants to go out a winner. “We don’t feel pressure, but we just want to win,” said Hall, a 2018 first-team All-Conference USA selection at defensive back. “We’re just
As It Was: Early Schools Survive Frequent Closings Around Grenada, Calif.
Some early schools in Siskiyou County were rebuilt and abandoned multiple times, but continue to serve present-day students. The Vineland School District, established in 1868 with a one-story brick building, closed in 1929 when the district was annexed into the Greenhorn and Grenada districts, but o
Mississippi Segregation Schools Ban Pregnant and LGBTQ Students
Yes, you read that right. In Mississippi, there are schools that ban pregnant and LGBTQ students from attending, according to Huffington Post. Mississippi senator Cindy Hyde-Smith recently revealed that she attended a segregation academy in the past and then later sent her daughter to one. Segregati
Mississippi’s crumbling infrastructure delays emergency services and puts lives at risk
Nearly 500 bridges in the state are in such disrepair that they’re closed and state, county and local governments lack the funding for repairs. This has serious, sometimes deadly, consequences for residents when emergency responders can’t quickly reach those in need.
7th lawsuit filed in Mississippi fatal bus crash
The Estate of Betty Russell, one of two killed in the November, 14th accident is the latest to sue Teague VIP Express and the driver of the bus, Robin Vines. The bus, which had departed from Huntsville flipped onto its driver side while crossing an icy overpass on Interstate 269 in Byhalia, Mississi
Bulldogs beat Bearcats in biggest game of Mississippi State's early season
STARKVILLE – The tension inside Humphrey Coliseum circulated through the entire arena when No. 17 Mississippi State hosted Cincinnati on Saturday night. Bulldogs head coach Ben Howland bounced the ball in frustration after a Mississippi State turnover. The Bearcats’ man in charge, Mick Cronin, threw
Byhalia man facing charge of possession of stolen firearm
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Investigators searching for missing 12-year-old last seen in Mississippi
OLIVE BRANCH, Miss. - Olive Branch Police need your help locating a missing 12-year-old boy. Investigators say Richawn Brooks was last seen around 8:45 Saturday night near Pleasant Acres Dr. in Olive Branch.
Son appointed to succeed late father as county supervisor
GREENWOOD, Miss. (AP) - A son has been appointed to succeed his late father on a county government board in Mississippi. The Greenwood Commonwealth reports that 45-year-old Reggie Moore was appointed to the post Monday by other members of the Leflore County Board of Supervisors.
Calhoun City promotes White to head coach
Calhoun City has promoted defensive coordinator Chad White to head football coach, pending school board approval. White is replacing Perry Liles, who is retiring after leading the Wildcats for 10 seasons.
High School Heisman winners inspire with off-field effort
Dec. 14 (UPI) -- Alabama coach Nick Saban knows a few things about victory, proven winning nearly 88 percent of his games at Alabama and the six national championship rings gathering dust in his trophy case.
Southern Debutante Assembly will present nominees
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Clay, Calhoun counties looking for missing persons
TUPELO - Law enforcement authorities in two Northeast Mississippi counties are searching for missing people. In Calhoun County, Felicia Buggs of Bruce was seen around 1 p.m. Sunday in Bruce and has not been seen since. Very little is known about her disappearance at this point.
3 charged after Mississippi man's body is found in well
GRENADA, Miss. — Three people in Mississippi are charged with capital murder after a man's body was found in a well.