More Job Cuts At The State's Largest Newspaper
Good evening this is Maggie Wade with some of the stories we'll have tonight at 10 on WLBT.
The Clarion Ledger is making headlines with more job cuts. The paper's parent company Gannett is offering early retirement to some well known journalists. Roslyn Anderson will have details.
There will be a runoff in the Ward 3 Jackson City Council race to replace Kenneth Stokes. Howard Ballou will have the latest Decision 2012 results.
A Florida man is counting his blessings after his plane ran out of gas and crashed in North Mississippi.
More rain and possible storms headed our way! After a stormy Monday, Chief Meteorologist Barbie Bassett says rain is back in the forecast for the next few days.
And Sports Director Rob Jay will have more on the big basketball rivalry between Mississippi State and LSU plus highlights from high school games in the metro area.
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