Mississippi National Guard: Free tuition, more jobs than ever available for guardsmen

With more state colleges offering free tuition to guardsmen, the Mississippi Army National Guard is encouraging people to consider signing up.

  LIVE: Ousted Ukraine ambassador felt ‘big threat;’ Trump assails her anew

Her removal is one of several events at the center of the impeachment effort.
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  Teacher accused of threatening to shoot students in Wash.

Pierce County, Wash. deputies said Hillend-Jones made threats about shooting students while off campus during a conversation with adults.


Family offering $1,000 reward in search for Welton ‘Wick’ Pierce

Retailers preparing for launch of Mississippi Lottery

  Man killed in struggle over gun, family is upset that the shooter is not charged

New documents reveal time line in death of 5 month old at Brandon daycare center

  EXCLUSIVE: Documents reveal sexual harassment settlement against Hinds County tax collector will cost $110K

Exclusive documents obtained by 3 On Your Side reveal a sexual harassment lawsuit against Hinds County Tax Collector Eddie Fair has been settled for $110,000, most of which will be paid by the county’s insurance provider.
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  L.A. suburb mourns student victims after school shooting

The shooting at Saugus High School in a Los Angeles suburb took just 16 seconds and left the attacker hospitalized in critical condition with a head wound, authorities said.

Kangaroo missing in Tupelo area

Flowood Chamber Exec. Director resigns amid money mismanagement investigation

Petal man charged with possession of child porn

Picayune man sentenced to maximum penalty for producing child pornography

Vicksburg man arrested in murder of girlfriend last year

  More lawsuits filed against Ridgway Lane over hundreds of thousands in missing HOA money

Woman killed in Hwy. 49 crash identified

Developer seeking approval for new Biloxi casino

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  ‘Put him on a diet’: Mom receives nasty note from 5-year-old son’s daycare

The daycare director apologized for the incident, and after an investigation, the employee who admitted to writing the message was fired.


  Top-ranked Tigers strike no fear in Ole Miss

Southern Miss comes up short at North Florida

Perry’s double-double propels Bulldogs over ULM

  Finally healthy, Stevens eyes strong finish

Tommy Stevens has only been on the Mississippi State campus for six months, but in that short time, he has gone through the gambit.


Summit police chief dies at 54

  Asphalt work closes parts of Northside Drive in Jackson

  Company behind landfill opposes Ridgeland’s annexation plan

Yazoo County authorities search for violent crime suspect

  First Alert Forecast: few showers Thursday; warming trend ahead

Light rain at times for your Thursday; better, warmer days ahead, including for the weekend.
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  Student opens fire in California high school, killing 2

A student pulled a gun from his backpack and opened fire at a Southern California high school Thursday, killing two students and wounding three others before shooting himself in the head on his 16th birthday, authorities said.

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  'I appreciate everything they are doing’: Vicksburg officials work to tackle blight in community

  More than half of Mississippi’s schoolchildren didn’t score ‘kindergarten-ready’

  Jackson socialite released after manslaughter conviction wants executive pardon