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.
Warren County prepares to build new jail to ease overcrowding
Elderly woman robbed at area Walgreens
Oxford man charged after sexual battery of juvenile
MSU, Ole Miss release 2019 football schedules


  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.
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Selma man gets decades in prison for teen girl’s murder
The victim was shot in the head and robbed of a cell phone in 2013.

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.

WLBT and American Red Cross to collect donations for those affected by Florence

Donate now to Florence relief efforts
  Three injured in crash on Highway 49 in Florence
Two new cases of West Nile Virus reported in Mississippi
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  Family members ID man killed in tornado
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  No, Anderson Cooper was not exaggerating Florence flood levels

The CNN anchor reached his breaking point over the weekend when former Trump administration official Gavin J. Smith made a claim that Cooper was exaggerating flood levels during Hurricane Florence coverage.

CBS’ Julie Chen leaves daytime’s ‘The Talk’ in taped message

Julie Chen leaves the CBS daytime show 'The Talk,' a week after her husband, Leslie Moonves, was ousted as head of CBS Corp. following misconduct charges.


USM running back says he is leaving the program

University of Southern Mississippi senior running back T’Rod Daniels announced Tuesday on Twitter that he intends to leave the program.

  Rundown with Rachel: AP Top 25 week 4

Week 4 was full of some exciting changes, but we’ll start with those LSU Tigers.