Mississippi’s flu season is winding down. The latest update puts flu activity in the state at the CDC’s lowest level. And the State Health Department says overall, for the week ending April 1st, only two per cent of Mississippi patients seeing their doctors had... Read More.
Flu levels are lower than low in Mississippi now. A report from the Centers for Disease Control is classifying the state in the "minimal" category with the State Health Department saying only about three per cent of patients seeing their doctors during the week... Read More.
For the first time since early October, Mississippi is reporting a low level of flu activity. The State Health Department says only about three and a half per cent of patients seeing their doctors during the week ending Jan. 14 had flu-like symptoms. That's... Read More.
The National Weather Service has now expanded a Level-4 "moderate" risk of tornadoes, damaging winds and large hail for to cover all of the local area this afternoon and tonight. The next-to-the-highest threat level means that NWS expects strong tornadoes (EF-2 to EF-3), including... Read More.
In Mississippi, we’re paying an average of almost a nickel less at the gas pumps compared to a week ago, now $3.86. But AAA says, locally, we’re still higher than the statewide average. The auto club says in Attala County, the average price has... Read More.
The threat of severe weather today continues. The National Weather Service has placed a large part of Mississippi-- including this area-- under a Level 3 "enhanced risk" of severe storms. Damaging wind gusts and tornadoes will be possible as storms tracking across the state... Read More.