Some Disaster Recovery Centers closing today

Five of the disaster recovery centers serving victims of the April storms, including the ones in Neshoba, Scott, and Madison counties, are closing today. But people in those areas can still apply for federal disaster assistance online or  on the phone.

Body of Missing Winston County Man Found

The Winston County Sheriff's Department announced Saturday that the body of Clovis Lee Parker Jr. has been recovered.  In a Facebook post, the Sheriff's Department said, "Please keep his family in your prayers during this time."The Mississippi Bureau of Investigation had issued a Silver... Read More.$8-gift-certificates

Trailer Comes Off Semi Truck Rig in Neshoba County

PHILDELPHIA, Miss.--A truck driver had a difficult mess to deal with Friday evening just south of Philadelphia. The trailer came off of his semi rig on Hwy. 19.The driver from Yates told dispatchers the trailer was blocking the northbound side of Hwy. 19.The Highway... Read More.

Disaster Recovery Center Open in Neshoba County

The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency (MEMA) and FEMA have opened a Disaster Recovery Center in Neshoba County to help survivors affected by the April 8-11, 2024, severe storms, tornadoes and flooding.Specialists from FEMA, the State of Mississippi and the U.S. Small Business Administration will... Read More.$8-gift-certificates