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Mississippi State offensive lineman Tommy Champion arrested, facing three charges

These are the type of headlines no football coach wants to during the middle of spring practice. Be that as it may, Joe Moorhead will be forced to deal with the fact that senior offensive lineman Tommy Champion was recently arrested on three charges, according to the Oktibbeha County Sheriff’s Offic


Mississippi State police officer loses battle to cancer

MISSISSIPPI STATE, Miss. (WCBI)- The Mississippi State family is mourning the loss of a campus police officer. Lt. Brad Massey passed away Wednesday after a more than 2-year battle with cancer.


Business Moves with Mary: Two new restaurants open in Starkville

Starkville is gearing up for its grand opening of Chicken Salad Chick, 602 Hwy 12 E., on Tuesday. The inaugural Chicken Salad Chick guest will win a large "quick chick," once a week, for the next year. If you don't make it in time to be the first person to walk through the door at 10:30 a.m, guests


MSU State Singers, Starkville High Choir to give Carnegie Hall Easter performance

STARKVILLE, Miss.—Mississippi State University’s State Singers and the Starkville High School Choir are among groups commemorating Easter Sunday [April 21] with a 1 p.m. performance at one of the world’s most prestigious music venues.


8 SkyCop cameras going up in Mississippi town to help fight crime

TUNICA, Miss. - The Town of Tunica is putting up SkyCop cameras to help stop crime. Eight of the cameras are going up around the town. Mayor Chuck Cariker told FOX13 the initial cost for is about $45,000.


Family considers suing over inmate death

WEST POINT – The family of a man killed inside the Clay County Jail last week is considering suing the county. The family of Dale Jerome O’Neal, 54, has hired attorney Carlos Moore to investigate his March 15 death.


MSU women to host opening round

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2019 Starkville Regional Primer/Team Capsules

Hosting the first two rounds of the NCAA women’s basketball tournament is something that Mississippi State fans have grown to expect and the Starkville Regional is happening for the fourth year in a row in 2019.


Police: 'Flimflam' women wanted in Starkville

STARKVILLE, Miss. (WTVA) - Police are trying to locate two women in connection to a “flimflam” scam. The incident happened Thursday at the Kroger on Highway 12 West, Starkville police said.


Madness Begins for Bulldogs as they Host Another Regional

For three years, the road to the Final Four as begun in Starkville for Mississippi State and it was going to take work this season to make it four. The Bulldogs had to replace several starters in each of the last two seasons from national title game appearances, and this year’s team was virtually br


Danberry Finds Her Fit in Starkville with Bulldogs

There’s a history between the current staff on campus for Mississippi State women’s hoops and, quite frankly, the Bulldogs under Vic Schaefer wouldn’t be what they are without it.


Starkville falls to Madison Central in Region 3-6A battle

MADISON -- Timely hitting with two outs. Madison Central would feast off that in the middle innings as the Jaguars were able to get past Starkville 7-2 in a key Region 3-6A matchup at Jaguar Field on Tuesday night to remain unbeaten in division play.


NEW REVELATIONS: Former St. Joseph priests, other area clergy among those accused of sexual abuse

Two priests formerly associated with St. Joseph Catholic Church in Starkville were mentioned in a list of 37 former priests and members of the clergy accused of sexual abuse released by the Catholic Diocese of Jackson on Tuesday.


Many Factors Play A Role in the Behavior of Dogs

OKTIBBEHA COUNTY, Miss. (WCBI) – Another dog attack sends one man to the hospital. This time in Union County. Sheriff Jimmy Edwards says a man was attacked inside his home by three dogs he was caring for Thursday morning.


Lamar County, Starkville students place one-two is spelling bee

JACKSON, Miss. (WTOK) - Yolanda Ni is the winner of the 2019 Mississippi Spelling Bee. Ni is an eighth-grade student at Oak Grove Middle School in the Lamar County School District. She spelled the word “apothecary” for the win.


Danberry, Bulldogs Not Finished

STARKVILLE - #1 seed Mississippi State will host #16 Southern in a first round NCAA tournament game Friday night. The Bulldogs are hosting the first two rounds of the tourney and looking to advance to the NCAA women's basketball title game for the third straight year.


Church seeks sheriff’s assistance, emergency renewed

The shooting deaths of 50 people and injuries to dozens more at two mosques in New Zealand are a reminder that churches and schools remain vulnerable targets not just in the United States but around the world.


Porter Named ICC WBB Head Coach, Nanci Gray Retires

FULTON, Miss. (ICC Athletics) – Itawamba Community College Athletic Director Carrie Ball-Williamson didn’t have to go far to find the Lady Indians’ next head basketball coach.


Supes to consider live-stream for meetings

Following discussion and a unanimous vote at its meeting Monday, The Oktibbeha County Board of Supervisors will take a closer look at the possibility of livestreaming its meetings.


Staying safe during prom season

STARKVILLE, Miss. (WCBI)- Prom season is here and some local schools want to remind students to keep safety first. The Jobs for Mississippi graduates invited emergency room nurse Linda Dutil to speak to students at Starkville High school.