The Confederate Anniversary is meant to honor those who died in the Civil War while fighting for the Southern States that tried to secede. It's a holiday that's come into question just as questions have come up on topics like changing our state flag and the removal of Confederate Moments.
City leaders assure increased patrols around those Habitat job sites are happening and that they're looking into software called ShotSpotter which could help JPD detect things like the location of gunshots, sooner.
Richland Police Chief W.R. James says 63-year-old John Newell went into the Kroger store off Highway 49 south and took out with him an undisclosed amount of meat. A meat heist Chief James says Newell pulled off with the help of 68-year-old Burnell Hamlin.
The Fannye Cook Natural Space will span over its 2,700 dedicated acres, that when completed will be three times bigger than New York City's Central Park. It's stretches from near Airport Road in Flowood to the Ross Barnett Reservoir's spillway.
Laura Allison had been living in her home on Catalina Drive in Jackson for 12 years when it burned down on Christmas night in 2017. A tragically emotional event that she hoped her family could rebuild from by May.
Stemming from a Facebook Post on the "Let's Talk Pearl" Page, the Sunoco Gas Station on Old Brandon Road is under investigation after one of it's owners is photographed with a water hose near the fuel tanks. "My brother was, yesterday, cleaning the wells and somebody took a picture," co-owner, Ranjit Singehaliwal said. "(They) put it on Facebook and they say we put water in the tank."
After making this statement regarding her business, which had been broken into five times in one week, Dearman got a silent nod from capital city leaders who were waiting to hear the concern of the next person.
Excitement steadily builds as some future concert goers got their chance to get a sneak peak of the new Brandon Amphitheater at the Quarry. Take the first concert for example with Country Music Artist Chris Young, whose show sold out in 45 minutes, that's more than 7 thousands seats.
Stafford is just one of many who is dedicated to keeping students safe. He along with the Mississippi Highway Patrol and Mississippi's Department of Rehabilitation Services are, all, hoping to do this by sharing their new campaign called PROM: Please Return on Monday.