Trail of Honor schedule of events

  Leake County mom fulfills promise of home to son through Habitat and Nissan

Babalu to host taco shop to benefit Clinton teen cancer patient

  Women build homes for Habitat for Humanity

Water Billing Advocacy Sessions planned to help Jackson residents with water bills

37th annual Pepsi Pops rescheduled for May 24th

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  The city of Vicksburg looking to hire student workers for summer program

  Law Enforcement 101: Knowing your rights during a traffic stop

  Construction to resume at Sulphur Springs Park

Jackson ministry providing permanent supportive housing for homeless

  Local feud in Lawrence County leads to multiple shootings on same rural road

Local baker gets creative with “pot-hole cupcakes”

3 women wanted, 3 arrested after “disturbing” fight video at Brookhaven apartments

Police responded to a disturbance call in Cloverdale Monday night. When officers arrived, they spoke with residents who told them there had been no fighting.

City Council in talks to rename Jackson park after Lil Lonnie

One of the ordinances is to rename the Virdin Addition park after 22-year-old Lonnie Montrel Taylor.

2nd annual South Jackson Parade expecting large turnout

The event begins at 9AM, Saturday April 27th at the Save-A-Lot grocery store on McDowell Road.

  Guts and Butts 5K run for Colon Cancer returning Saturday

The Gutts and Butts 5K will kick off Saturday afternoon from 4 p.m.-6:30 p.m. at the Brandon Amphitheater.

  Thousands expected to fill Veterans Memorial Stadium for “A Night Of Unity”

United Way kicks off their ‘Day of Caring’

  Mississippi Food Network prepares to feed hundreds of hungry kids during summer months

Old Capitol Museum to close temporarily for repairs

  Artists create murals to beautify and unite downtown’s inner city

  Jackson Zoo closed Friday due to damages caused by severe weather

MS STRONG: Jackson food truck feeds Vicksburg tornado victims Sunday

Warren County supervisor, Shawn Jackson over District 3 and Mississippi Food Truck Association Members handed out food to tornado victims from 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. on Sunday at Marcus Bottom in Vicksburg.

Amite County School District to close due to predicted storms

The District was already out of school for Easter Holiday, therefore classes will resume on Tuesday, April 23rd.

  Brandon McDonald’s manager gives second chances to the previously incarcerated

It’s a story of second chances, new beginnings, and a beautiful friendship.

Adorable, unexpected helper joins Entergy workers to help with storm restoration

The friendly goat posed for a photo op with Entergy workers, Jonathan Merriman, Ryan Dowdle, and Richarrd Brown as they picked up wire in a field near Flora.

MORA holds Legacy Day for organ donors and recipient families

MORA holds Legacy Day at UMMC

Mississippi school board to discuss takeovers of 5 districts

The board will meet Thursday to discuss options. Staff proposes the board consider taking over either the Humphreys County and Yazoo City districts, or the Amite County and Jefferson County districts, or the Clarksdale district.

  Taking Back Our Streets: Woodburn Avenue potholes

We know the city of Jackson has some serious infrastructure issues, particularly the streets. There is progress on repairing some of the major roadways, but what about residential streets?A viewer, who lives on Woodburn Avenue reached out to 3 On Your Side for help taking back her street.

  Artificial sweetener found in gum, certain peanut butters can be deadly for dogs

Most dog owners have know not to feed their canine chocolate, but did you know that certain types of peanut butter can also poison your dog?

Man shares on social media after noticing Jackson Chick-fil-A worker’s quiet act of kindness

A man waiting for his order at a Jackson Chick-Fil-A noticed a quiet act of kindness and took to social media to spread the kindness he witnessed.

Temporary 8-hour water outage happening today in part of Byram

This outage is due to work that will be taking place to plug and abandon the old water line at Big Creek Road as crews will be tying in a new water distribution main.

UMMC to offer free breast and cervical cancer screenings for uninsured, underinsured women

The screenings will take place at the Cancer Institute on Saturday, June 1, from 8:00 a.m. until 1:30 p.m.

  Inaugural Married in Love dinner party kicks off in Jackson

Jackson Police Chief James Davis and his wife Marla hosted their inaugural Married In Love dinner party at the Civil Rights Museum, Friday night.

  ‘Keep Jackson Beautiful’ urges you to get involved with the Great American Cleanup

It’s time for spring cleaning, and 'Keep Jackson Beautiful' is asking the public to step outside your doorway and pick up the litter on your street.

Spring Cleaning for the City of Clinton

Spring Cleanup for the City of Clinton begins April 6 through April 13 for Clinton residents to discard any unwanted waste.

Nate Ruffin 5K walk/run benefiting scholarship fund happening April 20th

The Cade Chapel-Nate Ruffin Scholarship Fund was established in 2003 in honor of the late Brother Nate Ruffin.

  Mississippi Strong: UMMC teams with Murrah High School for the Base Pair Program

The Base Pair Program at UMMC works with Jackson Public Schools and Murrah High School to give students exposure to research and science.

  Primos restaurants celebrate 90 years in business

Generation after generation has sat down to dinner at the popular eatery, or taken home their famous desserts.

  CAUGHT ON CAMERA: Bull charges through Brandon neighborhood

Pam and her husband JJ were working outside one of their properties Wednesday afternoon when the bull came running from a backyard.

  Medicine or Myth? Seeking the truth on essential oils

Rachel Hatfield of Jackson uses essential oils every day, for almost everything... cleaning, sleep, anxiety, immunity support.

  51 years after assassination, Memphis remembers MLK

April 4, 2019 marks 51 years since Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated in Memphis.

  Vicksburg’s mayor takes on blight in the city and warns commercial building owners to cleanup

Mayor Flaggs says he is fed up with the blight in the city and he wants something done about it. First on the list are commercial buildings.

  Transgender Day of Visibility celebrated in the city of Jackson

Today is Transgender Day of Visibility! Over in Jackson, dozens of people came out to show their support and raise awareness of discrimination faced by transgender people worldwide.“This is a day to celebrate transgender people and binary people who stand up and tell their stories and that is one

  Froghead Grill helps family with funeral expenses in wake of tragedy

20 percent of Friday’s sales will go to former employee Hollie Day’s family

  Byram entrepreneur opens new Steak Escape restaurant

La’Kiaus Moore becomes the first woman and African American to own a Steak Escape franchise in the metro.

Planet Fitness donates exercise equipment to the Jackson Fire Department

The equipment will all reach of the department’s 21 fire stations to receive 1-2 pieces of equipment based on the number of firefighters at each station.

Free lodging facility for cancer patients opens in Jackson

A port in a storm for families of cancer patients opened on Thursday in Jackson.

Judge rules Gluckstadt can become its own city, wins fight over land

Chancery Judge James Walker ruled today that an area wanted by both Gluckstadt and Canton, will go to Gluckstadt.

  Mississippi College School of Law hosts Hinds Co. adoption celebration

The Adoption Legal Clinic at the Mississippi College School of Law specializes in adoption to secure permanent families for children in foster care.

  Inmates awaiting release undergo program to prepare for life outside prison walls

Inmates awaiting release undergo program to prepare for life outside prison walls

City of Jackson to auction 300+ vehicles Saturday

The auction will take place Saturday at 9:00 am, at the city’s impound lot at 4225 Michael Avalon St.

  Jackson resident demanding solution after his vehicle gets stuck in water-filled pothole

A Jackson resident is demanding the city do something about the pothole problem after his vehicle got stuck in a water-filled hole on Southland Drive.

Hinds Community College campus closed due to water main break

The decision about closing night classes will be made at 4:00 p.m. this afternoon.

  Sweet Potato Queens returning to Saturday’s St. Paddy’s Parade

Saturday’s Hal’s St. Paddy’s Parade in downtown Jackson will be a reunion of sorts for two of the guiding forces who marched in the first parade 36 years ago.

  Organizers and city prepare for 36th Annual Hal’s St. Paddy’s Day Parade

Organizers and city prepare for 36th annual Hal's St. Paddy's Day Parade.

2019 Hal’s St. Paddy’s Parade Route

Preparations are underway for the 2019 Hal’s St. Paddy’s Parade. The parade kicks off Saturday at 1 p.m., but there are events taking place all day Saturday.

Mississippi Weekend’s Ultimate Guide to St. Patrick’s Day in Jackson

St. Patrick’s Day might have been last weekend, but Jackson isn’t going to let that stop the party. It’s time to break out your green for one of the largest and most exciting weekends in the Capital City.

  VIDEO: Chillin’ with Chokwe

In 3 minutes, get to know more than you ever thought you could know about Mayor Chokwe Antar Lumumba.

  Mississippi Strong: Flowood woman has food truck converted to mobile shower truck for homeless

There are so many things in our daily life that we take for granted. For example a nice hot shower. For the homeless, it’s not guaranteed.It’s what’s inspiring a Flowood businesswoman to take action and her effort is what makes her Mississippi Strong.

  Vicksburg police officer honored for saving elderly man from burning home

The City of Vicksburg honored one of its police officers on Monday for racing into a burning home to save an elderly man.

  We Care Church hosts job fair in Jackson

The pastor said his church worked with the Jackson Police Department and several companies, like Ingalls Shipyard, to create the job fair. Apart from those former Nissan employees, other job seekers were invited too.

  Hinds Sheriff’s Department gives toys and lunches in Terry

Sheriff Victor Mason of Hinds County gave away donated items to children in Terry on Thursday.

  AmeriCorps volunteers celebrate with service at the Salvation Army

One Mississippi native tell's 3 on your side she wants to be the voice for her community.

New Bookmobile coming soon to Madison County

On Thursday, the Library Foundation of Madison County received a $10,000 check from Atmos Energy.

  Sweet Potato Queens the Musical opens in Jackson

Sweet Potato Queens the Musical opens in Jackson

  Pilot identified in deadly plane crash linked to Mississippi

MARC, Inc. is North America’s largest provider of Airborne Global Positioning and also owns and operates its own fleet of aircraft here at the John Bell Williams Airport in Bolton.

  'I still believe in South Jackson’: Local restaurant thrives in deserted area

South Jackson has a reputation for being deserted and abandoned by businesses and residents alike. However, there are some businesses that continue to look passed the fact and continue to stay.

State Board of Contractors warns residents of driveway paving scam targeting Rankin Co. homeowners

It’s been reported that individuals, described as “very smooth talkers”, are going door-to-door offering to fix driveways in Pearl and Brandon. MSBOC Executive Director Stephanie Lee said the individuals are typically “very smooth talkers offering to repair driveways for a cheap price stating they

  Jackson City Councilman speaks out against felons with guns

Jackson City Councilman speaking out against felons with guns

  Mandatory evacuation ordered for Eagle Lake residents

Warren County officials say that with the expected rainfall this weekend and rising floodwaters they are concerned for residents in this area.

  Canton parks getting a makeover, plans announced in Town Hall

Canton Parks getting a spruce up!

  First vegan food truck coming to Capital City

There is a new spot in the capital city eager to serve a fast and nutritious meal for locals.. and it's all on wheels!

  No bond for suspect accused of killing two volunteer firefighters in Adams Co.

There are new details out of Adams County, where a domestic dispute left two volunteer firefighters dead.

Birth control pill recall announced by FDA

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is advising the public about a nationwide, voluntary recall initiated by Apotex Corp. on a birth control pill.

  Local church shows support after two Clinton junior high students killed in wreck

Sumner Hill Junior High School students received a warm welcome back for the week.

  Military man stationed in Kuwait for over a year surprises mom in McComb

A McComb man surprised his mom and came home several months earlier than expected from Kuwait where he had been serving in the military for over a year.

Thieves steal tires from JPD cruiser at Police Training Academy

A JPD cruiser was stripped of its tires as it sat at the Police Training Academy on the 3000 block of St. Charles Street in Jackson.

Former Pearl Police Chief Bill Slade dies

Chief Slade spent 35 years as a member of the Pearl Police Department. He was sworn-in as chief of police in 1990.

  Stewpot shelter opens for cold weather

The dangerous temperatures approaching tomorrow are forcing those in the capitol city to turn to local shelters. The Stew-pot opportunity center is one of those shelters giving the homeless a warm place to sleep.