Man found guilty of capital murder in 2014 shooting death of 13-year-old

38-year-old Tony Clark has been found guilty of capital murder, attempted murder and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. The sentencing phase of this case will begin Wednesday morning at 8:30 am. The Madison County District Attorney’s Office is seeking the death penalty against Clark.
Man injured in crash on US 61 in Claiborne County
Warren County prepares to build new jail to ease overcrowding
Elderly woman robbed at area Walgreens
Oxford man charged after sexual battery of juvenile


McDaniel: Most misconduct allegations “absolutely fabricated”
In an interview that aired Monday on American Family Radio, Chris McDaniel said when it comes to allegations made against high profile political candidates, “99% of the time are just absolutely fabricated.” McDaniel made that comment on Focal Point, a program hosted by Bryan Fischer.
  DA to seek death penalty against man charged in 2014 murder of 13-year-old
Tony Clark is set to appear in court at nine this morning. Investigators say Clark shot and killed Saaed while he was working at the Fat Boy convenience store in November of 2014.
  Ripple Effect: Suicide survivors share their stories in new film
Suicide survivors share their stories in new film

  Driver crashes into multiple vehicles, stabs himself in the chest on Highway 80

According to Lt. McGairty with Pearl police, a man, possibly in his 40s, was driving a green pickup truck around 10 a.m. and crashed into a car at Pearson Road and Highway 80 before hitting another vehicle on Old Brandon Road.

Gov. Bryant supports DPS Commissioner’s decision to not buy Nike products

After Public Safety Commissioner Marshall Fisher released a statement Saturday saying he won’t spend money with vendors who do not support law enforcement and the military, Governor Phil Bryant released a statement supporting Fisher’s decision.
  Three injured in crash on Highway 49 in Florence
Two new cases of West Nile Virus reported in Mississippi


Texas education board endorses nixing figures like Hillary Clinton, keeping Moses

The Texas education board has been considering hundreds of recommendations on whether to keep historical figures and events in the school plan.

  Family members ID man killed in tornado

The moment the tornado tore the building’s roof off was captured on video. Debris swirled overhead as the twister moved through the area along Hull Street near between Genito and Courthouse roads.


  Arrows take aim at Madison Central in our Game of the Week

Undefeated Clinton travels to the Jungle Friday night

JSU reaches apparel deal with NIKE

JSU’s Department of Athletics, along with the JSU Development Foundation, has entered a five-year partnership with NIKE through BSN SPORTS for sports apparel and equipment. The agreement goes into effect September 18 and includes numerous incentives in the form of discounts and rewards, along with i