Heavy Rain and Flash Flooding Possible Late Today

Heavy rain and flash flooding is possible in our region. According to the National Weather Service of Jackson, "there is increasing concern for heavy rain to redevelop Sunday afternoon and impact mainly northern portions of the Arkansas, Louisiana, and Mississippi region as we head into Monday morning. Given the very high moisture content of the soils, flash flooding will become possible, and a flash flood watch is in effect for portions of the area as a result." Our specific... Read More.
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EC Warriors Sweep Baseball Doubleheader against EMCC Lions

The East Central Community College Warriors played a baseball doubleheader in Decatur hosting the East Mississippi Community College Lions and came away with a pair of victories. The Warriors won game one by the final score of 9-3 and then won game two in only 5 innings due to the 10 run rule, winning by the final score of 14-2. Our next broadcast of Warriors baseball on Cruisin 98 will be a 3:00pm game on Tuesday as the Warriors... Read More.
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Multiple car incidents in Leake County

1:52 am- On Highway 25, police responded to a wreck near Popular Road. 7:09 am- Deputies responded to a vehicle that was stalled in the middle of highway 35 N close to Pickens Circle. 7:46 am- Sheriff and police were called to 2240 County Line Road in respond to a man not wanting to leave a home.  
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Major Wreck Near Tyson Foods Inc.

At approximately 5:30 am, there was a collision between two cars and a backhoe. It was reported that the backhoe was on its side, one car was on fire, and there were multiple injuries. Leake County Deputies, Reformation Volunteer Fire, Carthage Fire Department, and Carthage Volunteer Fire responded to the scene. One person was taken to Baptist Memorial Hospital - Leake. The car fire was put out, and the scene was cleared without any further injuries.