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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…

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There's good news to report out of Grenada. A missing girl has been located. Assistant Police Chief George Douglas tells The Delta News Kyleigh Mims has been found. You may recall in a recent report Kyleigh was last seen Friday night. Police say she is now back home and is safe.

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The big weather story continues to be Sally. Sally has become a dangerous category 2 hurricane to slowly track towards the Mississippi/Alabama border. Hurricane warnings, tropical storm warnings extend along the Gulf Coast. Multiple impacts expected with this storm.

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ATTENTION DISH CUSTOMERS: After 6:00 PM November 27th, you may not be able to watch The Delta News and your favorite programming on WABG, WNBD, Delta CBS & Delta FOX10, including Thanksgiving weekend NFL games, because DISH threatens to drop the stations. Your Delta stations are committe…

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62-year-old Harold Ramsey passed away at the Delta Regional Medical Center.

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According to the Federal Bureau of Prisons, last week 57-year-old Randy Bise reported having a headache, loss of appetite, and feeling weak to health services staff at the United States Penitentiary in Yazoo City.

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Gov. Tate Reeves’ shelter in place order will expire today and the “Safer at Home” order will begin.

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Mississippi Department of Employment Services releasing a statement saying some customers have received excess benefits. 

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The dyer conditions inside Parchman hopping national headlines at the beginning of the year and with the ongoing pandemic loved ones of those inside afraid things are getting worst.

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Greenville Mayor Errick Simmons issues a new order that regulates how certain businesses operate during the COVID-19 pandemic. The order mandates that all businesses that offer drive-thru or drive-up service maintain strict social distancing guidelines. In a recent statement, the mayor makes…

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Residents in Rome woke-up alarmed after an escaped Parchman inmate was spotted knocking on doors in their neighborhood.

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Today the Mississippi State Department of Health reports the second death from coronavirus (Covid-19) in Mississippi.

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Two inmates died in the hospital at the Mississippi State Penitentiary at Parchman this week.

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According to Curtis Flowers' attorney Robert McDuff, there is no timeline as to when a decision will be made on whether or not to proceed forward with his case.

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A Leflore man dies after a shooting on Tuesday.

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Three more men have been arrested in the shooting deaths of two Alcorn State students and injuring two others.

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Family members of 25-year-old Shacolbe Bradford are pleading for the publics help in the getting her back home safely.

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Lt. Governor Hosemann named Senators Sarita Simmons and Derrick Simmons to the Senate Corrections Committee.  

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Two inmates remain on the loose tonight in wake of the statewide lockdown. Residents on high alert throughout the Delta amid the recent events at Parchman.

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Two inmates have been reported missing as of this morning. If you are in that community please be on high alert.

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Curtis Flowers entered a courtroom again but this time he’ll be home for dinner.

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Growing concern at one local school, after video surfaces of a teacher hosting a twerking contest during a science class at Leland High School.

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On a local highway, an 18-wheeler runs into a local business and a moving vehicle.

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A story of alleged police brutality... A Mississippi man claims a traffic stop in Water Valley last month wound up in a brutal attack. David Logan says he was the victim. His attorneys holding a justice rally yesterday claiming the man was unarmed during the attack, but the Yalobusha County …

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The Greenville Police Department is asking for help locating a missing juvenile.

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Benny Ray Blansett was spotted Saturday night at a checkpoint in Sunflower County.

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The City of Shaw will conduct a City Wide Warrant Round-Up starting this month . If you owe the City of Shaw, you have on or before March 15th to clear your balance.

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On Thursday, 35 year old Adam Johanson and Elizabeth Johanson along with their four children were driving east on Interstate I-40 near Shamrock, Texas when Elizabeth lost control of the car and slid into the westbound lane hitting another car.

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Around 10:30 last night, a 911 call was made from the 1200 block of Douglass Street. The caller didn't speak but kept the phone open to allow the dispatcher could hear the exchange.