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Winona Tigers make strides on hardwood

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Death of mentally ill man allegedly beaten by Mississippi police officers ruled homicide

JACKSON, MS (WLBT) - The death of 31-year-old Mario Clark has been ruled a homicide. Family of the victim alleged that he was beaten by Jackson police officers six days before his death.

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Winona track ready to move up to Class 3A

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Former health inspected arrested for embezzlement

JACKSON, MS (WLBT) - A former health inspector of the Mississippi Department of Health faces up to 30 years in jail, following a two-count indictment. Fifty-nine-year-old Willie Anderson was booked into the Holmes County jail on Wednesday.

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De-stress with a little coloring fun at the library

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New foes, faces on tap for Winona tennis team

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Mississippi teacher indicted on sex-with-student charges

TUPELO, Miss. (AP) - A former teacher accused of illegal sexual contact with a student has been indicted. The Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal reported that former Tupelo High School teacher Braden Bishop, 36, remains free on $100,000 bail pending a court appearance in March.

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North Delta has baseball opener

North Delta School was scheduled to open its 2019 baseball season today at Winona Christian if weather permitted. The Green Wave will take on Winona again here Thursday (Feb.14) with junior varsity and varsity set for 4 and 6 p.m. starts, weather permitting.

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2 bodies found in creek, 2 arrested in Mississippi

PITTSBORO, Miss. (AP) — Sheriff's deputies in Mississippi have arrested two people in a double homicide in the northern part of the state. Calhoun County Sheriff Greg Pollan tells WTVA-TV the bodies of 38-year-old Kendrick Armstrong and 59-year-old Sherri Turner Calderon were found Wednesday in a cr

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Houma doctor among dead in Mississippi hostage standoff: report

One of four people found shot to death in a Clinton, Mississippi, home after a hostage situation last weekend was a doctor from Houma, the Clarion Ledger reports. Dr. Phung Minh Le, 28, was in residency at Leonard J. Chabert Medical Center and was in Mississippi with his fiancee. The young doctor of

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Mississippi woman pleads guilty in massive $200 million pharmacy fraud

JACKSON, Miss. — A Mississippi woman charged in a fraud case that prosecutors say reaped more than $200 million from a federal military health insurer and others pleaded guilty Wednesday.

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Reward offered for info on vet accused of rape, faking death

JACKSON COUNTY, Miss. — The U.S. Marshals Service is offering $5,000 for information on a U.S. Army veteran accused of raping and impregnating a 14-year-old girl and then faking his death to avoid charges.

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Year-round school? One Mississippi district tries a new approach to the class calendar

The Mississippi Center for Investigative Reporting, a new nonprofit news organization, collaborated with news outlets across the state, including the Sun Herald, to produce this series on the lack of education funding in the state and its affects.

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Man sentenced for statutory rape

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Closer look at Mississippi hate laws

JACKSON, Miss (WJTV) - The arrest of 'Empire' actor Jussie Smollett. Today a judge set a $100,000 bond and ordered Smollett to surrender his passport. Police announced Wednesday night Smollett will face a felony charge of disorderly conduct. He is accused of filing a false report claiming two men at

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Ole Miss interim chancellor gives statement regarding Mississippi Stands rally

With the Mississippi Stands march taking place in Oxford and on Ole Miss’ campus on Saturday, the university’s interim chancellor Larry Sparks sent a letter to faculty, staff and students on Thursday about regarding the event.

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Inmates earn GED at East Mississippi Correctional Facility

MERIDIAN, Miss. (WTOK) - Over thirty inmates received their GED diplomas at a graduation ceremony Thursday morning. This is the largest number of graduates the facility has seen so far. Warden Ray Rice says he's proud of the graduates.

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Separate and unequal: Mississippi has left its public schools in the hole

The Mississippi Center for Investigative Reporting, a new nonprofit news organization, collaborated with news outlets across the state, including the Sun Herald, to produce this series on the lack of education funding in the state and its affects.

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How a teacher finds joy, shakes stigma of being at an ‘F’ school in the Mississippi Delta

The Mississippi Center for Investigative Reporting, a new nonprofit news organization, collaborated with news outlets across the state, including the Sun Herald, to produce this series on the lack of education funding in the state and its affects.

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Mississippi LGBTQ community discuss hate crime reporting in wake of Smollett case

JACKSON, MS (WLBT) -The Jussie Smollett case is fueling questions about whether real victims of anti-LGBTQ hate crimes will now come forward. Rev. Brandiilyne Mangum-Dear is a pastor of a church in Hattiesburg and is among those in the LGBTQ community concerned about the potential impacts of what po

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