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Mayor Jason Shelton will travel to Germany to forge relations and boost new possibilities for tourism driven by Elvis Presley. [Read More]
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A Tupelo man is accused of stealing a SUV with an infant inside. Neighbors who know the suspect are speaking out. [Read More]
Crews will close a Tupelo intersection Tuesday to install a new water line. [Read More]
The incident happened at the east bound exit at Interstate 22 and Highway 45. [Read More]
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Tupelo police have released more information about last Friday's shooting that left one person wounded. [Read More]
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Today we discuss, the leader of a local disaster relief ministry moving back home, Lee County Supervisors considering a consultant for the jail, and a... [Read More]
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Passenger enplanements, or boardings, at Tupelo Regional Airport last month were the most in nearly seven years. The 1,149 boardings were just shy of July... [Read More]
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Today we discuss possible renovations to the Lee County Jail, the use of surplus funds for the Tupelo Parks & Rec department, and the completion... [Read More]
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It only made sense that Scarlet McGaugh Wilson, the owner of Scarlet's Donuts, got into the doughnut business. [Read More]
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Friday the 13th was not bad luck for the Tupelo Fire Department, as the department was notified it would receive a long-awaited Assistance to Firefighters... [Read More]
A Tupelo Water & Light project will force a road closure Tuesday in the Joyner neighborhood. [Read More]
An appeals court will hear arguments in September as a Mississippi family tries to revive a $35 million wrongful death lawsuit over a police shooting.... [Read More]
Don't fence Ronnie Sullivan in. [Read More]
What and how to eat in front of a potential employer can be as important as what to wear when it comes to a job... [Read More]
TUPELO, Miss. (WCBI) – Bowling for a cause. This is what bowlers from all across northeast Mississippi did today at Rebel Lanes in Tupelo. Participants wanted... [Read More]
Supplies are running low for the Tupelo Salvation Army. Susan Gilbert with the Salvation Army (SA) says now that kids are out of school, supplies... [Read More]
Money is being awarded to two local fire departments. [Read More]
Despite the recent need for help with restocking their pantry shelves, the Salvation Army in Tupelo is laying the foundation for a new building. [Read More]
Lightning has been playing havoc with Tupelo recently, and citizens are urged to be cautious. [Read More]
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