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  Community gathers for ‘NogginFeast’ to celebrate and honor brain injury survivors

The organization has been helping people for 32 years, making it one of the oldest associations in the country.

  Hinds County family escapes serious injury after storm brings down huge tree onto home

  Customers react after Fred’s announces more nationwide closures

  Mashed potatoes are randomly being placed around front yards in historical MS neighborhood

  Local group knits mats for the homeless out of plastic bags

  Number of measles cases in U.S. rise, but what does it mean for Mississippians?

  Local officers provide tips when using ride sharing apps in wake of college student’s death

Continued Coverage

  Displaced Sharkey Co. family makes plea to lawmakers in flood fight

  Nasal Spray Addiction: The risks of instant relief

  National Kick Butts Day hopes to curb e-cigarette use among teens

  Proposed legislation would revive expired film incentives

  Charlotte Russe is closing its doors: What that means for small businesses in the metro

  Think you’re too young to have a stroke? Doctor says think again

  Cyber crimes investigator talks ‘Momo Challenge’

Is the "Momo Challenge" as sinister as it seems? Or is it all an elaborate hoax?

  Young women experiencing rise in heart attacks

Above all else, Dr. Nickens wants you to remember one important thing about heart disease: It is treatable!

  King Cake season returns

Local bakeries can barely keep up with orders from Mississippians in need of a king cake fix.