5:56 a.m. – Leake County Deputies and Emergency Medical Services were dispatched to Highway 25 South at the Pearl River bridge just before Highway 13. A call came in reporting a truck slid on some ice and wrecked. The vehicle was reported to be blocking traffic. No major injuries were reported. 6:05 a.m. – Leake County Deputies responded to a call reporting a one-vehicle crash on Highway 25 near Scott county. A vehicle slid on ice and crashed into a... Read More.
The cheapest gas prices in Mississippi are now in Attala County. That’s what AAA's gas station survey shows this week. The auto club says Attala’s average price countywide is $2.75, down about a penny and a half in the past week. And that’s lower-- in most cases a good bit lower-- than any of the other 81 counties. In fact, it’s about 20 cents below the statewide average. In Leake County, the average price at the pump is up... Read More.
Warmer temperatures are expected in Mississippi by the middle of the week-- along with another round of thunderstorms, some possibly severe. The National Weather Service says the storms are expected to develop ahead of a strong cold front on Wednesday. At this point, much of the state is facing a Level 1 "marginal risk" of isolated severe storms with damaging wind gusts and hail. In the wake of the storms, with cold air in place, forecasters say there's a... Read More.
B-MO in the MO'rning - A big congratulations went out this morning to first time winner Brandon Burrage of Noxipater this morning. Brandon not only won a 4 pack of tickets and pit passes, but it was his first time winning anything on the radio! Congratulations Brandon, you were long overdue for a win! Listen for your chance to do the same, coming up later today! To qualify, simply text "Monster... Read More.
A freed COVID-19 testing clinic is opening in Philadelphia. The Mississippi State Department of Health will hold free testing beginning today (Monday) at the Neshoba County Coliseum. The clinic will be open five days a week. Appointments can be made HERE.
With a band of heavy snow moving across central Mississippi Sunday morning, accumulations varied widely-- even in areas just a few miles apart. The largest amounts reported to the National Weather Service in Jackson were both in Rankin County-- 9 inches in Leesburg north of Pelahatchie and 8.5 inches in Sandhill, a few miles to the west. Near the Leake-Scott county line, 5.4 inches fell near Ludlow. In Neshoba County 3.5 inches fell in Philadelphia. In Leake County at... Read More.