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A YOUNG DELTA NATIVE IS FLYING HIGH BY BREAKING BARRIERS IN A CAREER THAT HAS VERY LITTLE DIVERSITY.

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Women of the Movement, a six-episode limited series focusing on Mamie Till Mobley and her quest for justice in the brutal killing of her son Emmett Till, began shooting at the Belmont Plantation.

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We are about to experience another artic brisk here in The Delta. Stay safe and stay informed! 

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Seniors at a local downtown apartment complex say they are reportedly without water and heat. Karen Williams has the story.

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Due to winter weather conditions, all schools in the Cleveland School District will provide virtual learning on Wednesday, February 17th, meaning no face-to-face classes will be conducted.

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As you can see this is not a typical day in Greenville. We have snow and on top of everything else we have no water. So what causes pipes to freeze? We'll give you the answer.

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Temperatures are dropping and we're experiencing a gruesome type of cold, but a Greenville man has a plan to help the homeless amid freezing weather.

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The Bolivar County Sheriff’s Office has arrested 27 year-old Mound Bayou resident Dontrez Jordan for his part in the deadly shooting at a Benoit night club last weekend (2/6/21). The shooting left three Bolivar County men dead and one injured.

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The Cleveland-Bolivar County Chamber of Commerce is adding a new member. A Cleveland ice cream parlor is set to bring diversity to the city. The Chamber holding a ribbon cutting to celebrate. The Delta News' Andranita Williams brings the report.

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The MS Crisis Foundation will be hosting a combination food box drive-thru distribution in Washington County on Friday 12th at the "Depot" (738 Washington Ave, Greenville, MS 38701) at 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., or while supplies last!

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Five more candidates have qualified to run for Greenwood's upcoming municipal elections. Two are vying for the position of mayor, and three are seeking positions on the City Council. 

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Two Washington County men have been arrested after a search warrant at a Leland business.

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Its been almost four years since the plane carrying 16 military servicemen crashed in a Leflore County field killing them all.

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Main Stream on Main Street will soon open in Grenada. The new bar and lounge is expected to entertain audiences young and old. It will feature live music, poetry, and puppetry. The building will also serve as a recording studio and the location of a podcast show. In the meantime, the owner w…

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The Mayor's Youth Council is partnering with the Mayor's Health Council, Vessels of Mercy Church, Pilgrim Rest Church, and Sacred Heart Church in hosting a "Spread Love, Not Covid-19" free drive thru giveaway on Saturday, February 13th from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. 

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The ninth annual Mississippi River Marathon will be occurring at 8 a.m. Saturday, with runners, joggers and walkers ready to tread their way. 

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Carroll County has been awarded $20, 661.32 from the Easter Storm declaration DR-4536 that hit Carroll County on Sunday, April 12, 2020. According to Ken Strachan (Emergency Management and Civil Defense Director for Carroll County), Carroll County documented the damage, including cost estima…

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Cleveland police are investigating a shooting.

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G.A. Carmichael Family Health Center is offering drive-thru clinical services from 10am - 2pm on Thursday, February 4th at 16463 Highway 49 Belzoni, MS. These services will include COVID and HIV testing, blood glucose and pressure checking, in addition to health education by various vendors.

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Throughout the pandemic, The Mississippi Crisis Foundation has been partnering with several organizations to host food distributions in the delta. This weekend, the foundation paired up with local leaders such as: Pam Chatman, mayor Errick Simmons, fire chief chief Ruben Brown, and superviso…

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East Tallahatchie School District is preparing for Black History Month by implementing virtual projects that spotlight black pioneers. For the entire month of February, students will learn about black people who've paved the way nationally and locally.

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Completing school work may become easier for Greenville Public School District students. Internet Hot spots have been installed on buses that are located in central locations close to community churches. These hot spots will be used to make virtual learning more efficient. The Delta News' An…

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THE MISSISSIPPI DEPARTMENT OF REHABILITATION SERVICES OFFERS OPPORTUNITIES FOR INDEPENDENCE FOR BOTH BUSINESSES AND CLIENTS. THE DELTA NEWS KAREN WILLIAMS HAS THE STORY

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In other news… One of Greenville’s favorite daughters has left politics for a new and exciting position.

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A Greenville woman is still searching for justice after her father was killed. 

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Dry weather for most of the coverage area. The main concern for today and into parts of Saturday will be wind gusts. A dry cold front has come through the area. As this cold front pushes through, there will be a tight pressure gradient which indicates high winds at the surface. Winds will pi…

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Continuing your delta coverage ... Two women are woven and bonded together. Not by blood ... But by hair.

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Making high quality wigs on a sewing machine has never been

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Here in Greenville Remelda Lewis is taking the initiative to make sure everybody is safe and healthy during this global pandemic 

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Despite the mild temperatures, winter is officially here. Weather conditions can change quickly, and the Mississippi Department of Transportation wants you to be ready for any winter weather or extreme cold.

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With the holidays just around the corner, people may still be doing their last minute shopping. The Mississippi Bureau of Investigation issued holiday shopping safety tips for women.