C.J. LeMaster

A native of Booneville, Miss., C.J. LeMaster became WLBT's Chief Investigative Reporter in April of 2016. Since then, he's exposed problems with the Hinds County criminal justice system, highlighted potential secrecy regarding unethical conduct among Mississippi educators, revealed a prison extortion scheme that stretched across the state and investigated municipalities which violated state law by keeping documents from the public.

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Governor Barbour Will Not Run for President

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Arraignments Set for Chief & Asst. Chief

Ruleville police chief Ronald Robinson and assistant chief Larry Mitchell are expected to be arraigned in court Wednesday on drug and extortion charges.

Revamping the Window Tinting Law

Mississippi House members have approved legislation to re-tool the window tinting law they passed in 2005. The law was set to go into effect in July of this year, but first it may undergo some changes.

Rowan Students Get Holiday Trip To Governor's Mansion

A group of Rowan Middle School students reaped the benefits of studying hard and doing homework

Santa's Workshop Travels South for Kids

Straight from the Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade the Macy's Santa Claus traveled to Jackson Sunday.

Suspect Pleads Guilty in Capital Murder Case

Wind Damages State Hospital Campus

Fight Continues Over Fully Funding Education

Police Make An Arrest In Weekend Murder

Work Begins at King Edward Hotel

JPS Accountability Tests Show Improvement

Car Show Draws Enthusiasts

The show is about more than just showing off. Revving engines and sparkling chrome mean more than top honors.

Mother of Children Killed in Fire Appears in Court

Three months ago, six children died in a trailer fire near Tchula.

Police Nab Young, Armed Suspects

Two suspected house robbers, both 16 years old, led police on a high speed chase through the streets of west Jackson before crashing into a police car on Washington Street.

MADD Will Drive You Home for Free

To keep drunk drivers off the street, Mothers Against Drunk Driving is again offering free rides home to people who drink too much on New Year's Eve.

Shoppers Scurry for Last Minute Presents

No matter how hard we try, there are going to be some of us who just can't get that Christmas shopping done in time.

Warren County Judge Sworn In

A new judge has also taken over the bench in Warren County which many consider a new beginning for the River City.

Mississippi Ahead on Implementing Federal Education Program

You've probably heard of the President's "No Child Left Behind Program." But what you may not know is that Mississippi is ahead of many states in implementing that education program.

Police Identify Bank Robbery Suspect

Police are looking for 31 Phillip Dwight Powell in connection with Tuesday's robbery at Bankcorp south Bank located at 758 Pear Orchard Road in Ridgeland.

Sherrill Reprimanded

The Southeastern Conference has had enough of Mississippi State coach Jackie Sherrill.