ECCC Men’s and Women’s Tennis Teams Sweep Meridian

The East Central Community College men’s and women’s tennis teams picked up big conference match wins over visiting Meridian Community College yesterday, at the Tennis Complex on the campus in Decatur.The No. 20 East Central Lady Warriors defeated the No. 23 Meridian Lady Eagles... Read More.

ECCC Baseball on Crusin98

There will be no baseball on the ECCC campus Tomorrow due to the rain this week. The Warriors will face Jones College in a non-conference doubleheader at 2 p.m. on Sunday, March 8, here on campus. Catch the game with Melvin Whooten on Crusin98.... Read More.

PSC Commissioner On The Main Event

Public Service Commissioner Brent Bailey was on the Main Event, brought to you by Pearl River Resort this morning. He had a great chat with LOLLYDUDE. Click the link to listen.

Miss Neshoba County Fair Drops By

Olivia Adams, Miss Neshoba County Fair dropped by the station this morning on the Main Event, brought to you by Pearl River Resort. She talked to LOLLYDUDE about getting ready for Miss Mississippi and how being Miss Neshoba County Fair has changed her life.... Read More.

Sanders and Biden Heading to Jackson This Weekend

Presidential hopeful's Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden are coming to Mississippi ahead of next weeks Primary Election. Sanders will hold a rally in downtown Jackson on Friday afternoon. Biden will attend Sunday services at New Hope Baptist Church on Sunday. The Primary election is... Read More.

Mississippi gets about $16M from new lottery since November

(AP) Mississippi has collected about $16 million from a state lottery that started operating in November.The Mississippi Lottery Corporation said Monday that it deposited nearly $8.4 million into the state treasury on Feb. 20.That is the net proceeds from lottery games played during January.The... Read More.

Mississippi gets money for transportation after flooding

Mississippi is receiving millions of federal dollars to pay for transportation needs after natural disasters.The U.S. Department of Transportation announced emergency funding for projects around the nation.Mississippi's share is more than $16 million. More than $10 million of that is to repair damage caused... Read More.