JPD: Two men wanted in deadly shooting on Jayne Ave.

If you recognize these individuals or this vehicle contact Jackson Police at 601-960-1234 or call Crime Stoppers at 601-354-TIPS (8477

Va. police officer shot and killed following traffic stop; suspect dead

  Mississippi lawmakers considering creation of a conservation trust fund

  Water levels and frustrations rise as crews repair breaks across the city

  Major flooding from burst water pipe could threaten development for downtown Jackson building

Jackson’s 21st homicide of 2021 occurs after man killed on N. Prentiss Street

Woman killed in hit-and-run on Old Fannin Road

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Prayers encouraged for Copiah Co. deputy diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer

Vicksburg PD: 16-year-old taken to hospital after being shot in the back, legs

Disqualified candidates question legitimacy of Canton’s Democratic executive committee

Dr. Horne: Recent drop in Miss. COVID cases may have led to ‘unreasonable optimism’

  Mother, 2 children killed in apartment fire

  Continued progress in Jackson water pressure, but no timeline for restoration

Former ranking state official arrested on child sex charges

A former high-ranking MDMH and MDOC official has been arrested on child sex charges.

JPD officer arrested for domestic assault

A Jackson police officer faces criminal charges after an arrest Thursday.

Mississippi teen accused of biting police officer is now in jail

While being arrested, investigators say she clamped down and bit the cop.

Emergency rental assistance program to be launched in March

It's called RAMP, which stands for Rental Assistance For Mississippians Program.

  Man gets two life sentences for raping children in 2020 home invasion

Miss. getting $5.62M grant to improve health, education responses in pandemic

ATM burglarized in Flowood, undetermined amount of cash taken

Dumpster Day: Get rid of your storm debris Saturday

ALERT: ‘MEMA is not giving out $800 vouchers’

  Lumumba: It will take federal, state assistance to make improvements to Jackson’s infrastructure

  ‘It was a miracle’: Baby boy comes back to life after being pronounced dead

He has not even had his first birthday yet, and Kingston Lane is showing everybody how brave he is.

Black History Month: The Tougaloo Nine try integrating local library through read-in

March 27 will mark 60 years since they staged their read-in.

  Mississippi lawmakers consider doing away with prescription requirement on pseudoephedrine

Mississippi is one of only two states still requiring a prescription for medicines containing pseudoephedrine. That could soon change.

Sumter man charged with exposing children and adults to HIV

He was previously accused of inappropriate acts with children.

Commissioner Gipson announces plans for socially distanced Mississippi Mudbug Festival

Commissioner Andy Gipson is hinting at a crawfish festival this spring.

  Consider This: Jackson: Three Priorities, That’s It

The work needs to start now to make sure when it does happen the city, its people and its businesses don’t find themselves in this critical situation again.

  Teachers: Their pay, value and how to keep them

Teachers and legislators are looking into ways of solving the teacher shortage in Mississippi.

  WLBT granted exclusive tour of O.B. Curtis Water Treatment Plant

WLBT granted an exclusive tour ofO.B. Curtis Water Treatment Plant.

  Edgar Egbert gets 210 years behind bars after 2019 shooting of Madison Co. deputies

Egbert, the man accused of shooting Madison County deputy Brad Sullivan, pleaded guilty to six counts of attempted murder.

  Pearl police call off manhunt; Handcuffed, teen suspect still at large

Suspect was handcuffed when he jumped into a police car and fled.

  First Alert Forecast: unsettled pattern remains late week, into weekend

Unsettled pattern takes hold through much of the next seven days; featuring warmth and rain chances

FBI: 13 Mississippi men arrested on drug trafficking, firearms charges

Thirteen Mississippians have been arrested by the FBI Jackson Division on various drug trafficking and firearms charges.

Gas prices expected to top $3 a gallon nationally by Memorial Day

Experts are already cautioning drivers to be prepared for a hike in gas prices as we shift into spring and summer.

Jackson State football game postponed over COVID protocols

The game was originally slated for Saturday, but is being pushed back due to positive tests within the MVSU program.

Jackson Public Works Director: ‘We’re going to get through this’

Jackson to give update on water restoration efforts.

Vicksburg boil water advisory lifted

All water in Vicksburg is now safe to drink.

  Local dermatologist tells how to keep our hair and skin healthy

Many people are suffering from hair loss and breakouts. A local dermatologist explains some of the causes and the best ways to keep skin and hair healthy.

Amid COVID-19 pandemic, flu has disappeared in the US

Flu has virtually disappeared from the U.S., with reports coming in at far lower levels than anything seen in decades.

Legislation could help cities manage bond debt, reduce borrowing costs amid COVID-19

Measure would allow cities to refinance bond debt to reinvest in infrastructure.

New: Counties send MEMA storm damage reports, next steps in disaster aid

The state must meet a $4.5 million threshold in damages.

Jackson mayor extends youth curfew for another five days

Jackson mayor extends youth curfew.

Study: Coast tourism performing among the best in the nation

While COVID-19 hit our tourism industry hard, the downturn has not been as severe as expected. A new study shows coast tourism is performing among the best in the nation.

  JPD: Home invasion suspect uses elderly woman’s debit card

JPD believes the man in this video is responsible for breaking into a home, then using the victim’s debit card later.

Louisiana’s weather-related death toll rises to 6

Death of 61-year-old Caddo man due to exposure-related hypothermia confirmed to be storm-related

Vicksburg man killed in Texas

Officials in Texas are investigating the death of a Vicksburg man.

Tunica Co. housing project director arrested, demanded to repay more than $1M

Shad White expected to make announcement at press conference.

Boil water notice lifted for Crystal Springs

Boil water notice lifted for Crystal Springs.

Volunteer fire departments band together to provide tankers to Jackson firefighters during water crisis

As Jackson firefighters wrestled the flames pouring out of an abandoned house on Clifton Street Friday, crews reported low water pressure from hydrants at that location.

Woman and two children dead after wrong-way driver causes crash in Rankin Co.

The wreck happened around 11:38 p.m. Wednesday.

Driver killed in Jones Co. crash identified, MHP investigates

The crash happened on State Route 590 at River Road in Ellisville around 6:48 a.m.

New MSDH tool allows you to search for vaccine sites on a map

It's called the Vaccination Provider Map

  National Guard troops assisting with water distribution Thurs., see locations

Soldiers will be helping distribute non-potable water from tanker trucks.

Hotel guests evacuate after Vicksburg bomb threat

This is the second incident involving a bomb threat within a week.

  Mixed reaction to tax reform proposal moving through legislative process

The tax reform plan may have cleared one side of the State Capitol but as it moves from the House to the Senate, several groups are asking that they pump the breaks.

  ‘I feel Nick’s spirit with me’: Mother won’t give up on answers in slain son’s case

Nick Boykin's mother wants answers about her son's death a yea- and-a-half ago.

  Stokes and Lumumba go back and forth in heated war of words

As the city battles a water crisis, at least two Jackson leaders are involved in a war of words.

  First Alert Forecast: Rain chances increase from here!

Warm and breezy today ahead of our switch-up pattern, bringing us more clouds and rain amid mild temperatures

  Communities lend helping hands to those in need during ongoing water crisis

As Jackson’s water crisis continues, the community comes together to make sure residents have their basic needs met.

  Officials say they’re making repairs as quickly as possible as Jackson water crisis enters 1 week

Jackson city leaders say they hope to contain enough water leaks to bring pressure to full strength in the coming days.

Vaccinated for virus, Jimmy Carter and wife back in church

The couple has been in the sanctuary the last two Sundays, Pastor Tony Lowden said in a video.

‘Unprecedented’ winter storms leave Mississippians facing steep increase in power bills

For those who do have their electricity, the cold weather is expected to deal a blow to their bank accounts.

Leaders say feds will have to step up to help address state’s water woes

City and state leaders call on federal government to help address water system needs.

Canton’s boil water notice lifted

This comes after days of unsafe water pressure due to last week’s historic ice storm across Mississippi.

Rep. Thompson claims that a member of the Proud Boys has tried to call him

Mississippi representative Bennie Thompson is claiming that a member of a far-right group has tried to get in touch with him.

UPDATE: The 4-year-old NC girl at the center of the Amber Alert, has been found and is safe

Aubrey McFarland, the four-year-old Brunswick County girl who was allegedly abducted by her father on Wednesday, has been found safe

MDOC investigates sudden death of inmate in Rankin County

It stems from the death of 39-year-old Ronald Frederick, who died suddenly Friday night.

JPD seeking public help in identifying man caught on camera stealing from residential building

The Jackson Police Department is searching for a man wanted for stealing several items from a residential building.

‘No one told us no’: Wingfield High organizes massive food, water giveaway in 3 days

The school's principal and graduation coach reached out to alumni to rally the community.

  ‘Lyin’ Lumumba’: Stokes escalates feud with Jackson mayor in turbulent press conference

The war of words between Mayor Lumumba and Councilman Kenneth Stokes is seemingly nowhere near a cease fire.

State appeals court upholds life sentence for Jackson man convicted of murder at 15

Jackson teen to spend rest of life behind bars.

Tisdale Library again flooded, used as refuge for homeless

Charles Tisdale Library again being used by the homeless and again has flooded.

Prosecutors drop drunken driving charge against Springsteen

Springsteen pleaded guilty to consuming alcohol in a closed area.

‘Guilty, your honor’: Mario King resigns as mayor, pleads guilty to one federal charge

Moss Point Mayor Mario King has officially resigned as mayor following an appearance in federal court Wednesday.

  WATCH: JPD needs helps to identify porch pirate

You could be rewarded with cash for any information that leads to an arrest.

Adams Co. precautionary boil water notice lifted

Adams Co. lifts precautionary boil water notice.

Amtrak: Passenger trains to return to Gulf Coast in 2022

The route will connect Mobile, Alabama to New Orleans, with four stops in Mississippi: Bay St. Louis, Gulfport, Biloxi, and Pascagoula.

Reeves announces 30k new first-dose COVID-19 vaccination appointments

Gov. Reeves announces 30k new first-dose appointments.

Bicyclist identified after hit-and-run crash

The vehicle left the scene traveling south on Nissan Dr.