The 38th Annual Pepsi Pops Concert is held in Ridgeland

The 38th Annual Pepsi Pops Concert featuring the Mississippi Symphony Orchestra was held Friday night at Old Trace Park at the Reservoir.

Carriere man sentenced to over 7 years in prison for accessing child pornography

  Man suspected of robbing Pearl and Ridgeland gas stations arrested

  Seaman killed at Pearl Harbor finally on his way home

  Setting sail this Memorial Day weekend? Here are some boat safety tips

  Veterans with PTSD and depression try to cope during the Memorial Day holiday

Wife of former Miss. Representative sentenced for paying kickbacks to former Corrections Commissioner

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Governor releases statement after federal judge temporarily blocks Mississippi abortion law

Choctaw tribal member sentenced to 11 years in prison for his role in brutal killing

Petal student with Batten disease beats odds, graduates

4-year-old child dies in SC’s first hot car death of 2019, Richland Co. coroner says

Multiple people wounded in blast in Lyon, France

Former bookkeeper for Warren Co. Tax Collector’s office arrested for embezzlement

Teen killed, two others injured in shooting at Holmes Co. night club

The Holmes County Sheriff’s Department is investigating a deadly shooting that happened around 2 a.m. Friday.

  37th annual Pepsi Pops returns to Old Trace Park TONIGHT

Pepsi Pops returns to Old Trace Park Friday for the 37th year

Warren Co. SO looking for suspect wanted for credit card fraud

Cody Dogan has an active warrant for his arrest.

One seriously injured after Amtrak train wreck just outside of Bentonia

The crash involves an Amtrack train and another vehicle at the intersection of Trestle Road and Cessna Road just outside of Bentonia. No info yet on injuries.

ATTN SHOPPERS: Your Guide to Memorial Day savings

15-year-old missing from Senatobia

Rare 62 lb alligator snapping turtle caught in Lamar Co.

Attorney to discuss Oxford murder case after judge’s recusal

Community group and UMMC surgeons provide trauma training for crime scenes

City reviewing business license for kennel owner charged with animal cruelty

  High school graduate “scared straight” to a better future

Dexter Johnson is thankful for his mentors from Hinds County Sheriff’s office

  Video of fight between inmates released

A nearly four and a half minute video that showed a fight between two inmates at the Craighead County Detention Center that led to one inmate’s death was released Thursday.

80-year-old Scott County man killed, thrown from ATV after being hit by car

The incident happened Wednesday, May 22 on Highway 483 north about 7:30pm.

One man dead after deputy-involved shooting in Pearl River County

A Carriere man was shot and killed after fleeing from and shooting at a Pearl River County deputy Thursday.

  Program encourages more women to get involved in politics

A program helps college women from around the state learn more about politics and ways they can get involved in the political arena.

  2019 on track to be most violent year in Jackson

Jackson violence on record for homicides.

Florence doctor surrendered license, prescriptions revoked

Dr. Van Coleman's prescriptions are no longer valid, nor is his medical license.

Jackson Fire takes to the streets to ask you to “Fill the Boot"

For three days, firefighters ask Jackson motorists to donate to Muscular Dystrophy.

Ridgeland mini-mart robbed by armed suspect

Police are investigating an armed robbery that happened at 1075 Lake Harbour Drive around 5:15 p.m. Thursday.

Rainbow Co-op coming to Northpark Mall

Rainbow Co-op will continue its nearly 40 year legacy at Northpark’s southeast entrance near Med Grille, Northpark announced on Thursday.

Mayor Lumumba endorses former police chief for Hinds Co. Sheriff

The announcement is scheduled for Friday, May 24th at 11:30am on the steps of the Hinds County Courthouse.

Judge recuses himself from ex-Mississippi officer’s murder trial after demands from victim’s family

Judge Andrew Howorth came under fire Wednesday after the initial hearing for now-former Oxford Police Officer Matthew Kinne.

  Kindergartner receives Kingston Frazier Courage Award

Six-year-old Kingston was kidnapped from a grocery store parking lot and killed in May 2017.

Jackson murder suspect arrested in Atlanta

48-year-old Jason Garrett was wanted in connection with the murder of Brittany Green.

Former Hattiesburg CPA sentenced for tax crimes

Former Hattiesburg accountant Carl Nicholson will be sentenced Thursday in federal court on tax fraud charges.

  Firefighters battling blaze at home on Cooper Road

The Jackson Fire Department is working to extinguish flames at a house on Cooper Road.

Pearl gas station robbed at gunpoint; suspect on the run

According to Lt. John Chalk, around 5:00 a.m. the Pearl Police Department received a 911 call from employees at the Circle K at 481 S. Pearson Road in reference to a robbery at the business.

Bulldogs outlast LSU in longest running game in SEC Tournament history

In the 17th inning Gunner Halter would hit a walk-off single to secure the victory.

Man found shot to death inside car in west Jackson

According to JPD the shooting happened on Beach Street near Johnson Court.

Border Patrol agent accused of sexually assaulting women

U.S. Customs and Border Protection said Steven Charles Holmes has been with the department for seven years.

  Blackburn Middle School students sell veggies to the community from student-led garden

Jackson State University partnered with Blackburn Middle School to dig up their very first Learning Garden!

  Governor provides updates on flooding in Warren County

Governor updates media on recent flooding in Warren county.

Man accused of offering to fly a child from Wisconsin to Louisiana for sex

He's also suspected of chatting online with multiple children, possibly some from Shreveport-Bossier City area

  Reservoir police remind boaters of the rules this Memorial Day weekend

Memorial Day Weekend is around the corner, which means spots like the Ross Barnett Reservoir will be busy with boaters.

Crews working through the night to repair water main break in Hazlehurst

It’s unclear how much of the city is affected by this water main break.

  Grandparents face more restrictions than rights when it comes to protecting their grandchildren

Many grandparents face an uphill battle when trying to protect their grandchildren. 3 On Your Side Investigates Grandparents: More Restrictions than Rights in a special report.

  50-year-old pilot survives plane crash in Terry after engine fails, hits power lines

According to a witness, the wheels of the plane caught a power line and flipped upside down

Victim’s family, Oxford police chief frustrated at discussion of bond for Mississippi officer charged with woman’s murder

Oxford Police Officer Matthew Kinne is accused of shooting and killing Dominique Clayton, a woman with whom he had a relationship, according to the Mississippi Bureau of Investigation.

  1 in 4 Mississippi 3rd graders fail reading test on their first try

Schools don't find out a score for the students at first, just the ones who failed.

  Don’t Punish My Pain rally protests CDC pain medication regulations

Don't Punish My Pain rally protests CDC pain medication regulations

Marijuana, cocaine, meth seized in largest-ever drug bust in Yazoo County

The street value of everything seized adds up to about $500,000.

  Surveillance video shows possible suspects in deadly W. McDowell shooting

Suspects are believed to have been in a small light-colored sedan traveling east on McDowell Rd.

JPD needs public’s help to find missing man

Mr. Funchess suffers from a condition that may impair his judgement.

Injuries reported after church van strikes tree on Springridge Road

Drivers are asked to find an alternate route so that emergency personnel can get to the scene.

55-year-old man charged after shots fired into occupied vehicle

The Jackson Police Department is investigating a shooting that happened just before 8:00 a.m. Wednesday.

Child dies 5 years after abuse as baby; man charged with murder

A West Memphis man is charged with murder more than five years prosecutors said he severely injured a 3-month-old.

JPD: Woman shoots boyfriend after he assaulted her

Jackson police are investigating after a man was shot Wednesday morning.

  Jackson VA reaches out to female veterans during Women’s Health Week

Women's Health Week wraps up with special emphasis on women who have served in the military

  Eight foot alligator takes nap on Rankin County family’s porch

The homeowner says she is grateful the situation didn’t end in tragedy.

Florence doctor’s office raided by federal and state drug agents

A Florence doctor faces charges after the DEA says he was overprescribing prescription medication.

Mississippi spent $1.5M on Weight Watchers for teachers

The Clarion Ledger reports that since 2016, lawmakers have mandated that the Mississippi Department of Education spend up to $45 million on specific programs.

Six gang members indicted for prison attack

Six men are accused in federal court of stabbing two victims in order to further their positions within the Simon City Royals gang.

  YMCA instructor gives tips for swimming safety

With summer just a splash away, water safety is vital.

  Local VA offering help for veterans struggling with mental illness

One group that struggles with mental illness, and post-traumatic stress disorder, is our veterans.

21-year-old victim of deadly Wood Street shooting identified

The victim was taken to the hospital and later died from his injuries.

  Wildlife experts monitor flood impacts on Chronic Wasting Disease

So far in Mississippi, 19 deer have been confirmed C.W.D. positive.

Two charged in Canton voter fraud case enter Pre-Trial Diversion Program

Two of the people charged in the Canton voter fraud investigation will enter a Pre-Trial Diversion Program.

21-year-old who drowned at Old Trace Park identified

The Jackson native was with others when he went into the Reservoir and never resurfaced.

  Mississippi federal judge examines case surrounding state’s heartbeat abortion ban

Judge Reeves said he plans to issue a decision soon but did not say exactly when.

  Vicksburg citizens join together to march against crime in the city

Their mission has even caught the attention of the police department.

  Church struggles to secure vacant hotel destroyed by thieves, homeless

Church struggles to secure vacant hotel destroyed by thieves and the homeless

Parks and boat ramps to remain open until midnight for Pepsi Pops

Due to the increased activity expected on the water for Pepsi Pops on Friday, May 24, all parks and the boat ramps outside of Pelahatchie Bay will remain open until midnight.

  Attorneys: Ohio State needs to reveal who knew about abuse

Administrators at Ohio State University should release the names of all coaches, trainers and personnel who knew of but failed to act on complaints about a now-dead team doctor who sexually abused male students for nearly two decades, said attorneys for some of the victims.

Thousands sign petition to make Danny Devito next Wolverine

Lots of folks are getting a good laugh at signing a petition to make Danny Devito the next Wolverine.

  Ralph & Kacoo’s building demolished

Back in February, the owner was told to tear it down and clean up the property -- and now crews are doing just that.

  Mississippi represented in food insecurity discussion in Washington

Mississippi is one of the most food-insecure states in the nation.

70-year-old man sentenced for 2016 shooting at Natchez bar

A Natchez man will spend 30 years in prison after entering an open plea of guilty Tuesday to one count of aggravated assault and one count of felon in possession of a firearm.

Lawmaker asked to resign if abuse charge true

Republican state Rep. Doug McLeod of Lucedale was arrested Saturday on a misdemeanor domestic violence charge.