Flooding in Louisville (photo credit: Elanie Porter)VIDEO: The National Weather Service declared a flash flood emergency for Winston County Thursday morning after reports that several roads were flooded or washed out in the Louisville area and that water was entering some structures. Some... Read More.
Monday 1/23/23 2:16 a.m. - Carthage Police were asked to assist a resident on Williams Street that had fallen8:01 a.m. - Leake Deputies were sent to Levy Road for an abandoned vehicle blocking the road.8:54 a.m. - Carthage Police responded to the report of a... Read More.
A fast-moving storm system produced wind damage, hail and at least one tornado across Mississippi Thursday. In Leake County, trees were blown down on Robinson Road near Ofahoma and along Highway 488 near Standing Pine. There were numerous hail reports across Neshoba County. A... Read More.
FROM THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN JACKSON: ...HARD FREEZE WARNING IN EFFECT FROM MIDNIGHT THURSDAY NIGHT TO 6 AM CST SUNDAY...* WHAT...Sub-freezing temperatures as low as 7 degrees fahrenheit in the north to as low as 13 degrees fahrenheit in the south are possible.*... 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.
Friday, 8/12/22 12:26 a.m. - Philadelphia Police were called to a residence on E Myrtle Street when the occupant called and said they were being threatened by someone at their door.2:06 a.m. - Philadelphia Police responded to suspicious activity at the Spaceway on Pecan Ave.8:36... Read More.
The National Weather Service is ramping up the threat of severe weather in Mississippi Wednesday. It's posted a Level-4 "moderate" risk for damaging winds and tornadoes. After severe storms last week produced an outbreak of 27 mostly weak tornadoes, the main concern this time... 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.
Just weeks into a curfew and shelter at home order, Philadelphia Mayor James Young says residents in the Fair City are handling their new normal fairly well. However, as confirmed cases of coronavirus in Neshoba County continue to rise, Mayor Young says people have... Read More.
A threat against Leake County Schools by a student has been resolved, according to school officials.Parents were notified in a letter from Leake County Schools Superintendent Yvette B. Young on Thursday morning that the school had received information of a school threat.A release from... Read More.