One national organization is hoping to spread some joy for residents in the Delta.
The Future Tour Championship Golf Tournament is kicking off in Greenville this weekend and young golfers say after having to cut their season short they’re excited to get back on the green.
The US Women's Soccer Team has won gold medals and world cups. They recently filed a lawsuit claiming gender discrimination as they fight for the same pay as the US Men's Soccer Team.
Walmart, 7UP Snapple, Wells Fargo and Military Warriors Support Foundation has honored one of our nation’s combat wounded heroes, Former U.S. Army Sergeant Nickolas Shults, during Trace Adkins’s concert at the Bologna Performing Arts Center in Cleveland, Miss.
A community wide pep rally was held this morning at Greenville High School to send off the Honeybees. The ladies have finished the regular season 31-0 and are now advancing to the Big House in Jackson.
The family of the late Larry Tyler of Cleveland Central High School honors his memory by raising scholarship funds for his classmates. Click on the link below for more details...
As the community mourns the loss of Greenville High School football player Jeremiah Williams, some in the community take time to publicly honor and remember Williams who passed away earlier today.
A Greenville High School football player was severely injured on a helmet-to-helmet hit at Greenville High School's football game against Madison Central High School Friday night.
The Western Line School District welcomes a new superintendent and the new leader shares his safety plan for keeping campuses safe for students and personnel.
On Monday, the Supreme Court did away with the 1992 Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act that prohibited states from authorizing sports gambling.
If you've been to Sillers Coliseum any gameday for the past four years, there's one player you've seen take the court every single game: PJ Davis.
The East Side alum turned Statesmen paced the Green-and-White this season in scoring and rebounding and shows no signs of slowing down any time soon.
Patansy Miller Hampton is back coaching the Leland High School girls' basketball team after she was reinstated by schools superintendent Jesse King.