MBI Issues Silver Alert for Missing Man

The Mississippi Bureau of Investigation has issued a silver alert for 60-year-old Ronnie J. Burns of Jackson, MS, in Hinds County. Mr. Burns is a black male who is five feet eleven inches tall, and weighs 180 pounds. He has black hair and brown eyes. He was last seen on Monday, July 26th at around 3:30pm in the 6000 block of Franklin D Roosevelt Drive in Hinds County, walking in an unknown... Read More.
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Body Found In Philadelphia

The Philadelphia Police Department is currently investigating the discovery of a deceased body found inside an abandoned house. "Officers responded to the 900 block of Gum street at approximately 10:20 am after receiving a call about a possible deceased body. The identity of this person has not been determined yet and the investigation continues. The body is being sent to MS Crime Lab in Jackson for autopsy and positive identification." If anyone has any information about this case please... Read More.
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3608 New Covid Cases Over The Weekend – Should Children Be Required to Wear Masks in School?

The MSDH reported 3,608 cases of COVID-19 statewide over the recent three day period.19 of those cases were in Attala, 23 were in Leake, 34 were reported in Neshoba, and 4 in Winston County. That being said, traditional classroom learning resumes for many schools next week. Some districts, including the Leake County School district, are requiring face masks and specific protocols for students, staff and educators. The Mississippi Department of Educators, President Erica Jones, is asking Governor Reeves to... Read More.

Mississippi State Baseball National Championship Trophy is Coming to Neshoba County Fair

The Mississippi State Baseball National Championship Trophy is coming to Neshoba.  According to Neshoba County Fair organizers, the trophy will be at the Neshoba County State Fair tomorrow, July 28th. The location is at the Mississippi State University tent on Founders Square during Meridian Day activities. Timing is from 10:30am-1:30pm. This event is part of a statewide trophy tour that takes place throughout the Mississippi this week. For additional tour dates and times see below.