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In Greenville a school supplies drive got underway Saturday. The drive thru event happened in downtown Greenville at Stein Mart Square.

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 A murder that happened on march 21st, Chiconna Bowman is still looking for answers on the death of her father. 

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 Mayor Simmons is very excited that secretary of state Michael Watson has chosen Greenville to kick off the state auction.

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Secretary of state Michael Watson stopped by the Greenville courthouse today to let the people of Greenville know that he hears their concerns and will do everything in his power to make it right. 

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 I stopped by the Delta Blues Museum to speak with the executive director about how they are going to celebrate John Lee Hooker's birthday while dealing with Covid-19.

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It s tax free weekend in the magnolia state and local shoppers are taking advantage.

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The community foundation of Washington County held a drive thru give away for supplies today.

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Here at the Greenville public school district office I talked to Superintendent Debra Dace about the changes for this coming school year and what students can expect.

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 I spoke with a Washington county road department employee about the safety of his workplace and the rise of covid-19 where he saids 2 employees have died. 

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Governor Tate Reeves announcing Friday that some new measures are in place state wide in response to the spike in covid cases in Mississippi.

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Grenada School District releasing their back to school plans for the new school year. The district announcing the plans on Facebook this week, also saying they've purchased a large amount of PPE, thermometers and touch less water fountains. The district said they surveyed the community to pu…

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A Cleveland parent is unhappy with the policy that has been put in place that says students will be returning back to school face to face in August. 

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Due to covid-19 one Greenville school is going the extra mile to protect its students from testing positive. 

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The Community Foundation of Washington County and Delta Volunteer Hub are partnering with the Mississippi Food Network and and Fulwiler Head Start Center for a community event.

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DRMC is changing its testing hours. A nation wide shortage of tests is the cause for the update.

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A non profit organization created in Leflore County to address gun violence in the area will be hosting an eight week program.

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A social justice group backed by musicians Jay-Z, Meek Mill, and others are asking for Mississippi legislators to override a bill on criminal justice reform that Governor Tate Reeves vetoed.