MS Braves cancel series due to COVID-19

The MS Braces have cancelled games in an upcoming series due to COVID-19.The Braves made that announcement in a press release Thursday:"As we continue testing and contact tracing for members of our organization, we have postponed our games against the Pensacola Blue Wahoos through... Read More.

Ida Heads This Way; Getting Prepared in Central Miss.

GULFPORT, Miss.--Tropical Storm Ida has formed in the Gulf of Mexico and its forecast track puts it on the Louisiana or Mississippi coast sometime between Sunday night and Tuesday. In central Mississippi, you can expect wind and rain and possibly power outages."It will become... Read More.

Corona in Central Miss.; Where You Can Get Your Shot

CARTHAGE, Miss.--Two more people in Leake County and one person in Neshoba County have died from coronavirus. Those deaths were reported in the past day along with 3,425 New cases. can get a vaccine in Carthage Sunday beginning at 1 at First Baptist Church.... Read More.

Make Your Kicks Picks

Don't forget to make your Kicks Picks before 6:00 pm on Friday.Make your pics for the best high school football games of the week and you could be in the running to win some great prizes.The weekly winner will take home a gift certificate... Read More.

Heat Relief Is Coming

CARTHAGE, Miss.--Relief from the heat comes in about one day. The National Weather Service predicts central Mississippi will have a better chance for thunderstorms by Thursday and the heat and humidity won't be quite as bad.""It'll still be humid. But, in terms of being... Read More.

Help for the Hospitals

PHILADELPHIA, Miss.--At least 61 hospitals across the state that have asked for help will be getting it, at least to some degree, with about 1,000 contract workers being brought in. They are expected to increase hospital capacity, which has been strained because of the... Read More.

Signs the Pandemic Could Be Levelling Off in Miss.

PHILADELPHIA, Miss.--Despite Mississippi reporting its highest number of deaths in one day, there are signs that the pandemic could be levelling off, said state epidemiologist Dr. Paul Byers, in a news conference Tuesday.According to the Miss. Dept. of Health, 111 people have been reported... Read More.