Decorated Clinton Police Officer to be laid to rest Saturday

A funeral service will be held Saturday for Clinton Police Officer Johnny Figures who died January 17th. Citizens are asked to line the streets along the Parkway to show their last respects.

  Investigators: Boyfriend charged after shooting girlfriend during Madison Co. home invasion

  Metrocenter Mall has new owner with prior record

Historic Sun-n-Sand motel declared Mississippi Landmark

JPD: Woman accidentally shot by boyfriend on Woodbine St.

Revealed: Metrocenter’s new owner convicted of fraud in 2013

  First Alert Forecast: seasonable weekend ahead

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Homeless to Housing Hub assisting those in need

  City of Jackson issues water conservation advisory for all customers

28-year-old Jackson native killed in crash in north Mississippi

18-wheeler carrying junk cars overturns on I-20 E. ramp to Hwy 49 in Pearl

Volunteers needed for Kid’s Towne Park rebuild in Clinton

Metrocenter mall sold; Owner details new plans

Three arrested, charged with murder after Canton man found shot to death in yard

Right now, no word on a suspect or motive.

  Reformed gang members working to make a better life for others

Two reformed Gangster Disciples say love can be the key to keeping kids out of a life of crime.

Overnight house fire marks sixth arson case on the Coast since Christmas

Fire officials suspect arson may be to blame after a Harrison County house went up in flames early Friday.

  $2.5 million in upgrades coming to Mississippi Coliseum

"All new seating, all new non slip floors, and for the first time ever.... rails to help folks come up and down these stairs!"

  Prayer For Prisons rally brings emotional appeals from family members, pastors, politicians

  20-year-old Virginia man has leg amputated after severe complications from flu

  Man with felony record hired by JPD, then charged with stealing ten days later

Suspect in Warren County vehicle break-ins arrested

  Another backwater flood already starting to rise in south Delta

  One shot in Madison Co. home invasion; suspect in custody

  Governor Tate Reeves details action steps to restore order at Parchman

Governor Tate Reeves is discussing the action steps being taken to restore order at Parchman.

3rd suspect arrested in New Year’s Eve double shooting that left 1-year-old critical

A suspect has been arrested and charged in connection to a New Year’s Eve double shooting on Medgar Evers Blvd.

  SNAP recipients receive funding to buy healthier foods

SNAP recipients receive funding to buy healthier foods

  Credit scores may be lowered due to changes to FICO credit score model

The new model will take a closer look at your overall debt and the amount of personal unsecured loans, which could bring down your credit score.

Five arrested in multi-state car theft ring in Madison; dozens of fake credit cards found

The investigation is ongoing with other arrests expected.

Man found guilty of attacking girlfriend, torturing her 5-year-old son

Luis Garcia-Lebron is now awaiting his sentencing hearing.

SPLC calls 12 year sentence for prison cell phone ‘cruel, unusual punishment’

The SPLC filed a motion for a rehearing for Nash’s case. They call the sentence “cruel and unusual punishment.”

  First Alert Forecast: More opportunities for rain in the 7-day forecast

Rainy periods to continue through Thursday - seasonable temperatures return through upcoming weekend.

  VIDEO: Trash flows into Jackson creek

A Jackson resident is concerned about a trash buildup near his home.

Tax collector reverses decision on former employee’s volunteer work following guilty plea

The deputy tax collector who admitted in court Thursday morning to defrauding the county and taxpayers is being told she can no longer work for the county, even as a volunteer.

Lane closures scheduled for I-20 in Hinds County

The lane closures are necessary for repair work on bridges over Norrell Road.

Stephen McGilberry to serve four life sentences without parole for 1994 murders

More than 25 years after the initial crime, a Jackson County man will spend the rest of his life behind bars after a decision by the Mississippi Supreme Court.

  Reeves maps out plan for improving Parchman conditions

Mississippi leaders are taking steps to improve conditions at Parchman.

Father says toddler, teen shot by police while executing search warrant

Midland Police shot a teenager and a three-year-old during a house search Wednesday night, according to the children’s father.

U.S. Marshals arrest man wanted for aggravated assault

U.S. Marshals apprehended a man in Jackson Thursday.

SCS employee on administrative leave after police find more than 100 child porn images on his Google account

Patrick Albano is charged with aggravated sexual exploitation of a minor.

Local rescue finds dog in horrific condition in Jackson backyard

Temperatures had dropped down into the 20s for the previous two nights, yet somehow this dog survived.

  Mama dog found on side of road pulling crate filled with her puppies

A mother dog was found on the side of a dirt road, pulling a crate filled with her puppies.

Prayer for the Prisons rally happening Thursday at State Capitol

According to the flyer, this will be “a community wide gathering of discussion, prayer, and call for action for the prison crisis in Mississippi.”

Ala. teen charged with capital murder in death of his mother & twin brothers

Authorities say they responded to Roy Lackey Lane late Tuesday night.

Waffle House accepting Valentine’s Day reservations

What better way to say ‘I love you’ than with hash browns?

  Officials warn residents of fake deputy phone scam in Hinds County

Hinds County Sheriff’s Office issued a warning about a scam that’s going around.

New tarp placed to conceal the exposed remains of Hard Rock victim

Social media is being flooded with images of a deceased Hard Rock victim’s legs. Now, the city asks people to not share them.

  Another attempt to scrap Mississippi U.S. History exam is in the works

The question of whether students are tested too much generates a lot of feedback.And those concerns made it all the way through one process only to be stopped at the end.

  What The Smell? Jackson residents complain about mysterious odor

If you smell gas, call 911 and get out of the area.

  Jackson doctor explains new viral respiratory illness that killed 17 in China

The CDC said this coronavirus may have come from a seafood market in Wuhan, China that has since been closed.

  Donations are needed to fill the empty shelves of the Salvation Army food pantry

Donations are needed to fill the empty shelves of the Salvation Army food pantry

  ‘I remember hearing her scream’: Pearl woman recounts Walgreens robbery that left cashier injured

While police continue to search for the suspect, Smith wants other people to always be on guard when traveling to public places.

Two officers injured during attack by Lee County inmate

The inmate, 19-year-old Quartaveous Lyles of Tupelo, faces two counts of simple assault on an officer.

Discovery Zoo at Jackson Zoo being demolished

You may notice some demolition going on at the Jackson Zoo.Revitalize Mississippi, a community partner, has been tearing down the old Discovery Zoo inside the Jackson Zoo since Monday.

Man arrested for stealing from Brandon storage facility

Brandon police say additional arrests are expected.

JPD looking for man who swiped Apple watches from T-Mobile

The man allegedly stole several Apple watches which were on display at a Jackson-area T-Mobile.

Food delivery robots take over Ole Miss campus

Beginning Wednesday, students can have food and drinks delivered to them anywhere on campus with the Starship Deliveries app.

  Surveillance video: Man wanted for armed robbery at storage facility

If you recognize this man call Crime Stoppers at 601-355-TIPS (8477).

Panthers’ Christian McCaffrey giving Super Bowl tickets to decorated Marine

Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey is giving a Marine of 30 years a trip to Miami to enjoy a full Super Bowl experience.

Eli Manning to retire from NFL

Eli Manning is set to retire from the NFL, according to a report from ESPN.

Miss. man accused of building bomb to maim or kill ex-girlfriend

A Mississippi man is accused of creating an improvised explosive device in his home after watching internet videos about bomb making, prosecutors say.

Mississippi Lottery transfers $7.6 million to state treasury

The Mississippi Lottery Corporation announced Wednesday its first transfer of funds to the Lottery Proceeds Fund in the Mississippi State Treasury.

MDOC: Parchman inmate found dead by apparent suicide

Eight inmates total have died at Parchman since the beginning of the new year.

Gabbard sues Clinton for defamation over ‘Russian asset’ comment

It’s all over a comment the former secretary of state made in a podcast that suggested the Hawaii congresswoman was a Russian asset.

Mississippi sets state record for tornadoes in 2019

Last year was another active year for sever weather in Mississippi with a record-setting 115 tornadoes across the state.

  Former Mississippi State, Wenonah High School player killed in Birmingham

Wilson was a wide receiver for Mississippi State and Wenonah High School.

Cause of death still unknown of woman’s body discovered in Jackson park

Her cause of death is currently pending.

Jackson Salvation Army desperately needs donations for food pantry

Consider spending an extra $5 or $10 at Kroger this week to help a hungry family in Jackson

  First Alert Forecast: clouds thicken Wednesday, rainy periods Thursday

Clouds will thicken through your Wednesday ahead of our next weather maker approaches the region. Rain chances increase by Thursday.

Mississippi Court of Appeals issues ruling on 2014 Thanksgiving Day murder in Jackson

Residents on the street said the shooting stemmed from an ongoing argument over a damaged mailbox.

8th grade Brandon Middle School student wins Congressional App Challenge

An eighth-grade Brandon Middle School student is the winner of the 2019 Congressional App Challenge for the Third Congressional District.

  Hinds County emergency crews deliver heart medicine to man blocked by flood

The man was doing well, but his home was surrounded by waters from the Pearl River.

  ‘Y’all, we got to do better:’ Broken traffic lights in west Jackson causing headaches

Broken traffic lights on Ellis Avenue and Robinson Road in west Jackson are causing people to see red.

  City of Jackson engineer provides updates on Fondren construction

The aged infrastructure also has proven faulty near Meadowbrook and Manhattan Road.

  Millsap students work toward bridging the racial divide on the National Day of Racial Healing

Millsap students work toward bridging the racial divide on the National Day of Racial Healing

Super Bowl LIV will feature 9 players with Mississippi connections

Super Bowl LIV will feature nine players with Mississippi connections, five with the Kansas City Chiefs and four with the San Francisco 49ers.

  Court document reveals new details in shooting of postal worker

A police affidavit shines new light on details surrounding a shooting in Attala County, Mississippi, that wounded a postal worker.

  Tornado survivor recalls being buried alive by EF-3 in 2017

There are families still mourning the four lives taken three years ago Tuesday by an EF-3 tornado. Many people still bear the physical and emotional scars, which undoubtedly reminds them of what they survived that night.

Silver Alert for 61-year-old Jefferson Davis County man cancelled

The Mississippi Bureau of Investigation has cancelled a Silver Alert for 61-year-old Anthony Brown.

McDade’s grocery stores to get new name, new ownership

A Hattiesburg-based company bought four McDades’s locations around central Mississippi.

  Coroner: Parchman inmates killed by ‘blunt force’

Two inmates were killed at the Mississippi State Penitentiary at Parchman.

Pumps working to alleviate risk of Oktibbeha dam failure

Oktibbeha County EMA officials said they are making progress to reduce pressure on the dam at Oktibbeha County Lake.