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No fall-like temperatures are likely until the middle of next week at the earliest. [Read More]
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We will stay sunny and above normal with highs in the 80s through at least Thursday. [Read More]
The Mississippi State Department of Health reports totals for two days of COVID-19 numbers. [Read More]
Alabama's unemployment rate creeps back up, even though more jobs were added to the economy. [Read More]
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26-year-old Johnathan Hagens is charged with two counts of armed robbery and possession of a concealed weapon. [Read More]
State Agriculture and Commerce Commissioner Andy Gibson made the announcement this morning. [Read More]
To compare to 2016, more than 110 absentee ballots were requested. Of those, nearly 103,000 were accepted. [Read More]
The Mississippi Lottery continues to pay off for drivers across the state. [Read More]
Two people are injured in an east Columbus weekend shooting that could be tied to an underage party. ... [Read More]
Pastors, panel members encourage people to discuss tough issues and still remain friends despite disagreements with each other... [Read More]
"How can I say, it's a silent killer when it comes up on you," said Coleman.WATCH: Louisville man in need of kidney donor WCBI News... [Read More]
WATCH: EndZone Top 5 plays of Week 7... [Read More]
After a short taste of fall-like weather, the warmer air and humidity will be returning over the next several days. We'll remain mostly sunny through Thursday,... [Read More]
It'll feel like late summer for the next few days. [Read More]
Families filled their bags with new or gently used items. Generous donations provided by church members and other folks in the community. [Read More]
MDOC two inmates from different prisons have died in separate Jackson hospitals. [Read More]
The Mississippi State Department of Health reports COVID-19 cases and deaths to resume on Monday. [Read More]
We've been enjoying a nice stretch of fall-like weather, but changes are on the way. A cold front will try to move through the area,... [Read More]
Fall is officially here and that means it's time to prepare for the potential of severe weather. The National Weather Service in coordination with the... [Read More]
Church members created a way for families to enjoy the fall season safely. All the candy, food, and games were free and open to the public. [Read More]
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