New accusations are coming out about Mississippi Supreme Court candidate Justice Latrice Westbrooks just days before the election.
With the coronavirus pandemic canceling many event,. one local woman hoping to provide some form of entertainment for area residents. One way is by hosting a drive-in movie theater. Nikki Landrum about how she's keeping the Halloween spirit alive during these unusual times.
Due to COVID-19, this year, the Mississippi Delta Heritage Area (MDNHA) will hold its annual grants pre-application workshops virtually on Zoom, to present information about MDNHA grants available in 2021.
Many of us are looking for inspiration in these times. Ms. Sue Davis with the Go on Girls Virtual Conference explains how she hopes to help girls and women overcome mental and emotional adversity.
Law enforcement officials have arrested a man they believe shot his 48-year old former girlfriend in her Greenwood home Tuesday evening in a reported hostage situation.
October is breast cancer awareness month, and one local hospital wants to urge women in the Delta to get checked. Radiation Oncologist, Doctor Roderick Givens with the Greenwood Leflore Hospital about how a newly received grant will help treat breast cancer.
The Delta Cotton Belles are an organization here in the Delta hoping to spread awareness of breast cancer. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, so The Delta Cotton Belle's Kim Dowdy spoke about the organizations' mission to help women and men effected by breast cancer.
U.S. Senator Cindy Hyde Smith was in Indianola this afternoon at the Indianola Pecan House as part of her campaign trail as the election draws near with just 19 days until November 3.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and Felicia Thomas from Our House, Inc. in Greenville speaks about the warning signs to look out for in a potential abusive partner.
Pillow Academy has announced that it would be closing down its Kindergarten building for the coming weeks after several staff members tested positive for the Coronavirus.
At the October 6th, 2020 City Council Meeting, the Greenville City Council entered a Council Order stating, "Door to door neighborhood trick or treating is hereby cancelled, however other creative methods are allowed and encouraged but must follow local, state, and federal guidelines."
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, so the Delta News Brice Bement spoke with OB-GYN, Dr. Lakeisha Richardson, about when you should be getting screenings for breast cancer. Dr. Richardson also discusses ways to check yourself, preventive measures, and treatment methods for breast cancer.
October is Fire Prevention Month. Its a month for all chiefs, chief officers, and firefighters across the state of Mississippi to come to the MSFA to pay tribute to those who paid the ultimate sacrifice to lay down one's life for another.
Delta has moved past Nashville well past our coverage area and only patches of light rain continue on the back side of the system. For Monday, we begin to dry out with the passage of a couple of moisture-starved cold fronts. One late Monday that will be preceded by very warm temps and anothe…
Delta Council Development Department Chairman Wade Litton is pleased to introduce the new Delta Council Development Department Director, Jerry Chavez.
Eli nelson, Greenville's first black fire chief passed away last weekend. Though this is a hard time, family and friends say that the citizens of Greenville should not be sad but should be happy in the great life that he lived.
St. Joe students from 7th to 12th grade will be going virtual for two weeks after students on campus Friday tested positive for Covid-19.
Another MDOC employee has been arrested. A correctional supervisor at the South Mississippi Correctional Institution in Greene County faces loss of her job and criminal charges.
Shh! No talking in the library! Unless it’s about the new roof the Greenwood Leflore Public Library will be getting! The Leflore County Board of Supervisors and City of Greenwood have agreed to split the cost of a new roof as well as interior damages.
Disappointing news to all the trick-or-treaters out there. Door-to-door trick-or-treating will not take place is Bolivar County this year.
A 15-year old is currently in custody at the Humphreys County Jail on a 2 million dollar bond after allegedly raping a 91- year old woman with dementia.