Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith, Espy campaign respond to new controversial video

Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith and the Espy campaign are responding to a new video that has surfaced of Hyde-Smith making comments allegedly regarding voter suppression.
 Heart transplant recipient takes on donor’s passion for baking
Mississippi WWII veteran flown back for burial
Silver Alert cancelled after missing Clinton 19-year-old found safe
 Young voters weigh in on Senate special election issues

TODAY'S HEADLINES

Gov. Bryant releases budget proposals for 2020

Gov. Phil Bryant has released his Executive Budget Recommendation for Fiscal Year 2020.

Metro schools without heat as temperatures drop

Students at metro area schools arrived to cold classrooms as heating units failed to work during a cold snap.

Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith, Espy campaign respond to new controversial video

Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith and the Espy campaign are responding to a new video that has surfaced of Hyde-Smith making comments allegedly regarding voter suppression.
Brandon Lady Bulldogs volleyball team recognized
Bama fan with Down Syndrome gets best gift ever
Former State Trooper dead after shooting west Alabama DA Greg Griggers

Multiple crashes on I-55 causing delays

There is a five-car pile up I-55 southbound at the Fortification exit in the middle lane of the interstate.

Scott Co. Sheriff’s Dept. responds to school bus crash

The Scott County Sheriff’s Department responded to a school bus crash Thursday morning.
  Victims identified after Tunica-bound tour bus overturns on slick Mississippi highway
  9-year-old girl’s suicide prompts parents to talk
  Being a “Good Samaritan” on the highway could be dangerous, even deadly

NATIONAL HEADLINES

Justin Tucker repeats as AP's best kicker
Beloved toy store FAO Schwarz makes its comeback

Trump to award Presidential Medal of Freedom to donor's wife

President Donald Trump has chosen Miriam Adelson, the wife of powerful Republican donor Sheldon Adelson, to receive a Presidential Medal of Freedom

  Fire death toll hits 63; sheriff says hundreds still missing

At least 63 are now dead from a Northern California wildfire, and officials say they have a missing persons list with 631 names on it in an ever-evolving accounting of the missing.

SPORTS

  Soul Bowl Preview

Brandon Lady Bulldogs volleyball team recognized

Bama fan with Down Syndrome gets best gift ever

  MAIS using instant replay for state championships

Coaches can challenge; officials in press box will review plays