The Continued Effect of Coronavirus

CARTHAGE, Miss.--COVID-19 is still not going away and 990 new cases were reported over the weekend by the Mississippi State Dept. of Health, with two new deaths. None of those were in our area.It is having an effect on what you are paying for... Read More.

Philly Alderman Taking Battle to Keep Seat to Court

PHILADELPHIA, Miss.--If you ever believe your vote doesn't count, Leroy Clemons could probably tell you different. He lost his alderman at large seat in Philadelphia this year by one vote: 670 to 669.On Jan. 21, the Neshoba County Circuit Court will hold a jury... Read More.

You May Be Eligible to Vote Today

LOUISVILLE, Miss.--You may be eligible to vote in today's runoff election for state Senate District 32. Both candidates have been talking to people in the district, a last-minute effort to convince voters they are the right candidate for the job."Most of the citizens, they... Read More.

Why Gas Prices Could Go Down As Much as 30 Cents

PHILADELPHIA, Miss.--Mississippi's gas average has dropped to $3.03 per gallon. Gasbuddy says that's almost 30 cents cheaper than the national average of $3.41.You could see it go down as much as 30 cents per gallon because oil prices have fallen about $10 to $75... Read More.

Kidnapped Woman Found Safe, Captor Captured

WEST, Miss.--The woman who was kidnapped Wednesday in Holmes County has been found safe and her captor is under arrest.The Mississippi Bureau of Investigation said Charles Lidelle Moore is in custody. Shanetta Andrews was found last night in Carroll County.Police had been looking for... Read More.

Coronavirus Advice for the Holidays

FOREST, Miss.--Of the five coronavirus deaths reported in Mississippi over the past day, one was in central Mississippi, in Scott County.Cases have been down significantly in the past month. But, state health officer Dr. Thomas Dobbs is still warning people to take the virus... Read More.

Gas Poured on a Holmes County House

PICKENS, Miss.--Imagine finding out that your neighbor has poured gasoline all the way down your driveway, up on your porch and is threatening to light a match. That's why Delorine Edwards, of Pickens, called police last Thursday.She told WLBT-TV she found out what had... Read More.

Why Some Cops Will Take Their Patrol Cars Home

KOSCIUSKO, Miss.--Some police officers in Kosciusko will be allowed to take their patrol cars home. The decision was made Tuesday by the Mayor and Board of Alderman."You really don't have anybody whose over this vehicle who takes care of the maintenance,' said Mayor Tim... Read More.