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Deputies find man rummaging through school building in wee hours of morning

Police arrested a man Friday after they spotted him rummaging through a school building at 1 a.m. Lowndes ...

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Reeves takes jab at Biden over last month’s ‘Neanderthal’ comment as COVID-19 cases fall

Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves took to social media Monday to take another political jab at President Joe Biden. ...

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Mississippi’s coronavirus new case numbers remain stable

Mississippi’s 7-day, daily average of new COVID-19 coronavirus cases remained unchanged on Monday and at near one-year lows, ...

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Tennessee school shootout: Multiple victims, police report, including officer

Multiple people including a police officer were shot Monday at a high school in the east Tennessee city ...

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Where is the hottest city in Mississippi? Recent data says residents face more extreme heat than ever

While most Mississippi residents know it gets hot in the summertime, one city outbakes all of the others ...

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Mississippi man reportedly confesses to sexual battery of juvenile

A Mississippi man has reportedly confessed to the sexual battery of a juvenile under the age of 16. ...

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Mississippi Supreme Court to hear challenge to state marijuana initiative

The Mississippi Supreme Court is set to hear arguments Wednesday in a lawsuit that challenges the state initiative ...

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Take a look at White House report card which gives Mississippi poor scores for roads, bridges, other infrastructure

The White House gives a D+ to Mississippi’s current infrastructure that it says suffers from a systemic lack ...

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89-year-old Mississippi man killed in Sunday wreck

A 89-year-old Mississippi man was killed in a Sunday morning wreck. Felix Woody Brown, 89, was killed in ...

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Mississippi city falls to Illinois town in finals of ‘Strongest Town in America’ competition

Oxford lost its bid this week to be named the Strongest Town in America. The City of Lockport, ...

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Secretary of State Watson faces criticism for saying ‘woke, uninformed’ college students shouldn’t vote

By Will Stribling Mississippi Today Mississippi Secretary of State Michael Watson has drawn criticism and national attention this ...

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Woman arrested after refusing to return more than $1.2 million accidentally deposited in her bank account

A former sheriff’s dispatcher in a suburb of New Orleans has been arrested, accused of refusing to return more than ...

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Police ‘take down’ rapper, 23 others; make arrests in Mississippi shooting

A Tennessee rapper was among a caravan of at least two dozen people who were arrested in connection ...

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Mississippi sheriff’s deputy killed in line of duty

A Mississippi sheriff’s deputy was killed Saturday night after getting into a highway accident while responding to a ...

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New coronavirus case average inches up slightly in Mississippi after days of declines

Mississippi’s 7-day, daily average of new COVID-19 coronavirus cases rose slightly on Sunday, the state reported. Mississippi State ...

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One hook, two fish — Mississippi youngster makes rare catch

When there is a Waylon, there is a “Way, Way.” A Mississippi youngster accomplished a rare feat many ...

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Officer-involved shooting being investigated by Mississippi officials

Mississippi investigators are looking into an officer-involved shooting in Lowndes County. The Mississippi Bureau of Investigation is investigating ...

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Mississippi woman turns 100, has lived whole life in state

With a gravelly voice that crackles through the phone, Arcola Denson-Reid says she doesn’t want to talk about ...

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Mississippi family vacationers beware: New wet, wild waterpark coming to Gulf Coast

A new water park experience is coming to the Gulf Coast that has the potential to be a ...

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Be a party animal: Mississippi zoo booking activities after COVID hiatus

A Mississippi zoo is again booking birthday parties and overnight camping adventures, a year after those activities were ...