Ribbon cutting held for new Brandon water well

Brandon turned on a new thousand GPM water well this morning with an official ribbon cutting at Lakebend. Mayor Butch Lee told 3 On You SIde it took two years and a million dollars to reach this point, serving the west or Crossgates side of town.

Bus carrying children involved in crash in Lamar Co.

A bus carrying 14 Oak Grove Primary School students was involved in a crash with an SUV at Old Highway 24 and Parker Road shortly after 2 p.m. Thursday.

Mississippi Power restores electricity in employee’s Puerto Rico hometown

Hurricane Maria made landfall in Puerto Rico one year ago. One woman’s connection to a Mississippi company gave her the opportunity to help her hometown on the island after the storm.

Jury sentences Tony Clark to death for 2014 murder of 13-year-old

The jury deliberated on whether to sentence Clark to life in prison without the possibility of parole or the death penalty. Clark was convicted of capital murder on Tuesday. Jurors were unable to reach a decision Wednesday night.

‘Dog the Bounty Hunter’ will reportedly join manhunt for Mansfield fugitive who threatened President Trump

Accusations against Christy include threatening to shoot President Trump and causing harm to the former governor of Alaska, Sarah Palin.

Man wanted for attempting to rob Vicksburg Walgreens

The Warren County Sheriff’s Office asks that the community be on the look out for this suspect and if anyone can identify him to contact investigations at 601-636-1761.

James Davis named police chief for city of Jackson

He was confirmed by a vote of 6 to 0.

Hurricane relief efforts happening across the Coast

Relief efforts are happening across South Mississippi as residents dig deep to help those affected by Hurricane Florence. Here are some of the places you can drop donations off.

Cartel drug mule sentenced after trafficking heroin through South Mississippi

A Guatamalan man is sentenced to spend 30 years in prison after admitting to smuggling heroin through South Mississippi for a drug cartel.

Mother wins settlement with City of Jackson for son’s death in jail

A Jackson mother wins a six figure settlement in the death of her son. He was arrested by Jackson Police and found dead a few hours later in his cell.

Holmes County man convicted of killing his wife will stay behind bars

61 year old Walter Blanden appealed his first degree murder conviction and sentence. The Mississippi Court of Appeals affirms both.

Six highway workers injured in two days

Six highway workers have been injured in the last two days on Mississippi roads. Drivers are urged to use caution.

Man whose name is on Ole Miss School of Journalism accused of racist Facebook post

Ed Meek, the man for whom the Ole Miss School of Journalism is named, is being accused accused of writing a racist post on Facebook.

Pearl PD looking for two men who escaped U.S. Border Patrol on I-20

Pearl police looking for two men who escaped from U.S. Border Patrol

Testimony wraps in trial over mishandled burials

Testimony has concluded in a class action suit against nearly two dozen Memphis funeral homes.

VIDEO: Security guard confronts man with live snake in Waffle House

The incident caused quite a stir in the restaurant and ended in chaos after an altercation with an officer. The incident was recorded on video.

Trade Mart construction shouldn’t impact midway at Mississippi State Fair

At the same time, a new Mississippi Trade Mart is under construction adjacent to the Mississippi Coliseum. The Mississippi Fair Commission’s new executive director, Steve Hutton, says Trade Mart construction should not impact the midway itself, which he says will retain its usual layout. He says mos

Police identify man found shot to death in Belhaven parking lot

19-year-old Cornelius Bankston was found lying in a parking lot by a resident who was walking the neighborhood on Sunday morning. Officers arrived on scene and found him suffering from multiple gunshot wounds to the upper body. He appeared to have been there for some time.

Tate County man arrested for possessing child pornography

A Tate County man was arrested for possessing child pornography.

Capital murder charges dismissed in Peanut Man case

Capital murder charges dropped in Peanut man case

One arrested after man shot in Adams County

One person is in custody after a shooting in Adams County.

Jackson City Council votes to settle sexual harassment lawsuit

Jackson City Council members vote to settle a sexual harassment lawsuit filed in 2017 involving former Mayor Tony Yarber.

Local event helps raise money for burn foundation

Twenty five metro area restaurants were put to the test Tuesday night, serving their best dishes.

City Council calls meeting on appointment of Jackson police chief

The Jackson City Council is meeting on Thursday to discuss an order appointing James Davis as chief of the police department.

Man injured in crash on US 61 in Claiborne County

A vehicle that was traveling northbound on US 61 in Claiborne County left the roadway, struck the embankment and overturned.

Warren County prepares to build new jail to ease overcrowding

In Warren County officials are taking steps to build a new more modern jail to ease the overcrowding problem. They say it's necessary to save the county money and to keep the community safe.

Man charged with felony motor theft in Oxford

A man was charged with felony motor theft in Oxford.

C Spire, Bash Brothers Media to debut sports documentary TV series this fall

C Spire is the presenting sponsor of a new original documentary series that will air this fall on statewide television, capturing the history, rich tradition and passion around Mississippi’s greatest sports stories.

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

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.

Woman tapes driver’s racist rant, video goes viral

Selina Cairel says she asked the woman why she would say the offensive remarks to her, and that more words were exchanged which she says motivated her to pull out her phone.

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

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.

Representative David Baria to hold first candidate forum in Jackson

This forum will take place Tuesday September 18 at Friendship Baptist Church on Bailey Avenue from 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

8-yr-old boy in need gets handicapped accessible van

Boy in need gets handicapped accessible vehicle

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.

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

A crash involving multiple vehicles has backed up traffic in front of Donna’s Produce on Highway 49 in Florence.