Yazoo City has a new police chief.
The Mississippi Supreme Court released an emergency administrative order that requires masks in all courtrooms in the state.
Meanwhile, the MSDH is inviting the entire Hispanic / Latino community to a Zoom video conference this evening on covid-19.
The superintendent of the Greenwood Leflore Consolidated School District says it will not open its doors to students until coronavirus numbers come down and it's safe to return.
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.
The Museum of the Mississippi Delta is not accepting the confederate statue that is being relocated from the Leflore County Courthouse.
The former Jackson State University president has been found guilty on several charges after being arrested in connection to a prostitution sting earlier this year.
The Greenville Public School District is asking parents to fill out a survey for the upcoming school year. The survey deadline is July 10th. GPSD is asking parents to fill out the survey so they can create the best, and safest plan when reopening August 5th.
The Mississippi Department of Corrections is now offering a reward for information leading to the capture of an escaped Parchman inmate.
Another shooting in Greenville over the weekend leaves several injured. On Sunday around 1:06 a.m., Greenville Police Department officials were dispatched to DRMC in reference to reports of several subjects being shot.
Its hard enough to juggle work, parenthood, and other day to day activities, but one father in Coffeeville says his kidney failure, does not stop him from living his life.
A former Jackson State University president has filed a lawsuit naming Jackson State University and the Institutions of Higher Learning.