WCU College of Osteopathic Medicine ranks 3rd nationwide

William Carey Universities College of Osteopathic Medicine hosts graduation for nurses online, and is ranked 3rd in the Nation.

  13,252 cases of coronavirus identified by Miss. Dept. of Health; 625 deaths

  Brandon congregation celebrates pastor who survived COVID-19

  Jackson couple livestreams intimate wedding ceremony amid coronavirus outbreak

Neshoba County Fair still on despite coronavirus pandemic

Body of drowning victim recovered from pond in Tunica County

  ‘I’m not even choking him;’ JPD officer on leave after video spreads showing violent confrontation

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Tourism season shows signs of strength even amid pandemic concerns

U.S. Navy veterans honor lost submariners on USS Tullibee

Meth, 522 oxycodone pills recovered in Vicksburg drug bust

Detour in place as crews work to remove downed tree on Pinehaven Road in Clinton

Missing Mississippi man found dead in Bessemer, Ala.

Police: Mother arrested and charged for murder of nine-year-old son in South Florida

Feel Good Friday: Dolphins put on show for cruise travelers

COVID-19 is causing havoc on the shore and out in the Sound. Ship Island Excursions aren't able to bring people to the island -- but they can show them some of the sensational sights out at sea.

Mississippi shrimp season to open May 28

MDMR says the official shrimp season begins at 6 a.m. on Thursday in state territorial waters.

Vicksburg police search for suspect in Friday night shooting

The victim is in stable condition and his injuries are non-life-threatening.

  Hot & Steamy Memorial Day Weekend

Saturday morning weather update

  Mayor Lumumba discusses Stay Safe Jackson Order

  GRAPHIC: Family seeks answers in death of Mississippi inmate

  New Reservoir Police Chief excited to take over ‘law enforcement melting pot’

JPD: Shooting victim identified after incident near Merit Health

  Future of rare Madison fireflies dim with habitat being cut for timber

WATCH: After serving over three decades for crime he didn’t commit, Archie Williams finds big break on America’s Got Talent

  Hinds Co. buildings to reopen with employees returning to work starting Tuesday

The county's more than 800 employees will return to work Tuesday and have to follow state and federal health guidelines.

  Oxford community supports US marshal going home after recovering from shooting

A U.S. marshal returned home from the hospital Friday after being involved in a shooting in which he was injured and an alleged murder suspect was killed.

Deputy shoots, kills man carrying shotgun during chase through woods in Clarke Co.

A man died after an officer-involved shooting in Clarke County Thursday night.

Grand Ole Opry to continue tradition of ‘Salute the Troops’ show ahead of Memorial Day

Country music star and U.S. Army veteran Craig Morgan will be performing at the Grand Ole Opry in the venue’s annual “Salute the Troops” Memorial Day weekend show.

Health care worker gets keys to new home thanks to Habitat for Humanity

A Richmond woman, who has been working on the front line during the COVID-19 pandemic, gets the key to her new home thanks to the Richmond Metropolitan Habitat for Humanity!

  Gov. Reeves extends safer-at-home order, will allow parks to reopen

As of Friday, there are more than 12,000 confirmed COVID-19 cases in the state with nearly 600 deaths.

Pay Cuts and Layoffs: Internal email shows financial strain of pandemic on UMMC

An internal email sent to the staff, faculty and students of UMMC shows the facial strain the coronavirus pandemic has put on the hospital.

New chief becomes first African-American to lead Reservoir Police

Chief Trevell Dixon is the first African-American to lead the Reservoir Police Department.

  Hinds Co. workers to return to work, residents to receive K95 masks

The Board of Supervisors said that Hinds County workers will return to work on Tuesday, May 26.

  Livestreaming this weekend: Memorial Day, Harry Potter and Gibson guitars

The National Memorial Day Concert, Gibson Guitar's new show and a Harry Potter-themed play get a virtual premiere.

  Scott County stabbing victim declines to press charges

A young man suffered a punctured lung in a stabbing last weekend.

Crayola launches ‘Colors of the World’ crayons to include more skin tones

Crayola has launched a new product aimed at cultivating a more inclusive world for children.

  Two Flowood business owners continue to support St. Jude

Tickets for the 2020 St. Jude Dream Home are now sold out!

  First Alert Forecast: hot, sticky, pop-up storms for Memorial Day weekend

Summery type pattern continues into Memorial Day weekend

  Gov. Reeves wants to see an investment in workforce training

Gov. Reeves is hopeful that an investment in workforce training will result in higher wages for Mississippi workers.

Families welcome home soldiers from the Mississippi Army National Guard

It was a celebration Thursday as the soldiers from the Mississippi Army National Guard’s 859th Vertical Engineer Company arrived back in Pascagoula.

East Texas native Matthew McConaughey, wife deliver masks to rural hospitals in Texas

According to a Facebook post from McConaughey Thursday night, Lincoln donated 110,000 masks for hospitals in need.

  3 On Your Side gets exclusive look inside new Mississippi Trademart Center

If you’ve passed the State Fairgrounds recently, you’ve probably noticed a lot of progress on the new Trademart building.

  Warren Co. Sheriff’s Department looking into abuse video circulating social media

The Warren County Sheriff's Department is well aware of the video showing what looks like the abuse of a vulnerable adult. It's disturbing, and it appears the victim is knocked down, whipped, and grabbed by the throat.PACE: "We are well aware of this video. My investigative unit is and has been i

  Classic arcade game Pac-Man turns 40 on Friday

One of the most popular video games of all time is now 40 years old.

  Consider This: Memorial Day

This Monday, Memorial Day recognizes the men and women who were also on the frontlines.

  How to co-parent in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic

This week we are talking about coparenting in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic.

Opening day for Mississippi casinos; here’s a look inside

Steady crowds showed up on the Gulf Coast today, as the state of Mississippi gave the green light to open a dozen casinoes after COVID-19 shut them down nine weeks ago.

  Reeves’ new pick for MDOC commissioner has controversial past

3 Louisiana agencies investigated Burl Cain for misspending, possible violations of law, but no criminal charges came.

  Officials: Jackson VA treated 86 positive COVID-19 cases, 61 in recovery

There are 20 active cases, 18 veterans and two employees.

Walmart in Pearl given all clear after air conditioning unit pumps smoke into store

In all, the Walmart was only closed for less than an hour.

  First Alert Forecast: Summer-like Memorial Day Weekend Ahead

Trending warmer, muggier through the next several days - leading into the Memorial Day holiday weekend.

  Attorney, Mayor Lumumba square off over handling of Jackson boy’s murder case

“We want the mayor to come out here and to publicly apologize to the family and to the City of Jackson."

Broadway star Cordero suffers setback in coronavirus recovery, wife says

His wife Amanda Kloots said his health was going downhill during an Instagram Live video stream.

Mayor installs curfew for Jackson residents

The curfew is in place for at least five days, at which time the city leaders will review if an extension is needed.

Police investigating after 2 men show up at hospital with gunshot wounds

The shooting happened on Medgar Evers Boulevard near 2 p.m.

  Wrong video conference help line routes to scammers

Incorrect tech support numbers posted on the internet lead to scammers trying to trick consumers into giving up their credit card information.

  Gov. Reeves appoints chairman of SWIB

Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves is back to discuss the state’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Miss. Board of Trustees plan to reopen campuses for fall 2020

The Mississippi Board of Trustees of State Institutions of Higher Learning governs the eight public universities in Mississippi.

Domino’s to hire 125 new team members in the Jackson area

The positions include delivery drivers, customer service representatives, and assistant managers.

  Miss. neighborhood turns cul-de-sac into ultimate ‘sandlot’

Many are searching for ways to keep themselves entertained during these tough times. One neighborhood in Oak Grove has transformed a cul-de-sac into an epic game of “sandlot" baseball.

State Treasury returns more than $1M to Mississippians during COVID-19 pandemic

Searching for unclaimed property is easy. Just visit treasury.ms.gov, enter your name in the search box, and click go.

Scott Co. Sheriff getting conflicting stories on stabbing

Early Sunday morning, a young man was stabbed at a bonfire party at a home on Highway 21.

Pike Co. man arrested for deadly shooting in April

Austin “Rell” Cole, 29-years-old, was arrested in Lincoln County on May 20, 2020.

JPD investigating overnight fatal crash

The cause of the crash is still under investigation.

West Monroe student defies odds, defeats 4 different types of cancer to graduate high school

A West Monroe High School senior’s journey to graduate this spring is unlike anything you’ve probably ever come across.

MHP sends out warning for Memorial Day weekend

MHP said they investigated 148 crashes including 1 fatality during the 2019 Memorial Day enforcement period.

Lieutenant Governor announces lawmakers back in session May 26th

State lawmakers will return to the capitol May 26th - that word from Lieutenant Governor Delbert Hosemann.

  Gov. Reeves’ choice for MDOC Commissioner brings decades of corrections experience

Pending confirmation from the Mississippi Senate, the new pick for Mississippi Department of Corrections Commissioner brings decades of experience as a warden at Angola in Louisiana.

Attorney Richard Schwartz donates 1,000 masks to UMMC

Attorney Richard Schwartz donated 1,000 face masks to healthcare workers at the University of Mississippi Medical Center Wednesday morning.

  Family and friends hold second vigil for murder victim Pheonecia Ratliff

23-year-old Pheonecia Ratliff was shot and killed last week.

Lt. Gov. Hosemann frustrated over time taken to sign legislation

Earlier Wednesday afternoon, just before Governor Reeves’ announced he will sign an aid bill for small businesses, Lt. Gov. Delbert Hosemann expressed frustration over how long it’s taking to sign.

Miss. funeral home owner addresses misconceptions amid coronavirus pandemic

In-person funerals are still safe to attend, though there are guidelines you must follow.

  Police see alarming uptick in motorists speeding down Miss. roads

Since the start of COVID-19, local law enforcement say they’ve detected an alarming trend in our roads.

  'Mississippi needed this’: Community shows support for ‘The Voice’ winner from Meridian

Meridian's Pastor Todd Tilghman is the latest winner of NBC’s The Voice!

  Arrest made in murder of 11-year-old Jordan McCoy, Mayor Lumumba says

Mayor Lumumba says an arrest has been made in the murder of 11-year-old Jordan McCoy.

570 people test positive for COVID-19 at Wilkesboro Tyson plant

Of 2,244 team members and contractors who work at the Tyson chicken plant who were tested for the virus, 570 tested positive, the company said in a statement.

  Greta Bully’s attorney calls killing ‘justifiable’; reports from scene suggest otherwise

A 3 On Your Side investigation has uncovered new details in the case through reports from the scene and court filings.

  Jackson’s ‘Symptom Tracker’ identifies sporadic COVID-19 cases

The ‘Symptom Tracker’ creates a map of reported cases which allows resources to be sent to those identified areas.

  Mississippi church destroyed by arson was suing city over safer-at-home order

The 14-page document claims local police officers disrupted a mid-week bible study and the church’s Easter service 10 days prior.

  First Alert Forecast: Summer-like forecast ahead!

A stalled front will be the focal point for scattered showers, storms at times through Wednesday and Thursday. In its wake - turning summer-like with heat and humidity for the Memorial Day weekend.

  Jackson pub stands behind ‘No Mask, No Entry’ rule after online criticism

A Jackson pub is not backing down from their ‘No Mask, No Entry’ policy.

Miss. egg producer donates 280K eggs to help families during pandemic

Commissioner of Agriculture and Commerce Andy Gipson and the nation’s largest shell egg producer, Cal-Maine Foods, Inc., donated 280,000 eggs to Extra Table to assist families during the COVID-19 pandemic.