Federal operation in South Mississippi adds to Project Eject success

  ’I felt that death was inevitable:’ Coronavirus survivor talks about 2 days in the bathtub, unable to move

  ’Austin, come home’: Search continues for missing Byram teen

  Officer-involved shootings: What’s a justifiable use of force?

  Miss. pastor who preached racial inclusion justified with SBC president’s statement

  African American police leaders straddle the line between black and blue

Continued Coverage

  Mission Mississippi: ‘Gracism’ can help bridge racial divides

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

  Canton police, Madison Co. SO vehicles both take bullets after breaking up block party

  Shoppers, store owners look forward to Monday’s reopening

  Brookhaven nursing home ships patients out for treatment to sterilize facility after outbreak

  Belhaven man says he was chased, almost ran over attempted carjacker

  Apparent tornado damages homes, downs trees and power lines in Simpson County

They always say it, and J.C. Powell of Simpson County says it's true.

  Mayor discusses zoo plans, flooding issues in one-on-one interview

In an One on One Exclusive interview Jackson Mayor Chokwe Antar Lumumba discusses flood problems in the Capital City and gives an update on the zoo.

  Former inmates say Parchman Unit 29 problems are not new

Because every situation brings bloodshed, a violent mindset grows among the inmates.

  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.

  ‘That’s somebody’s son’: Families of inmates at Parchman say they’re worried, angry at conditions

  Families of alleged rape victims inside Yazoo Regional Correctional Facility want justice

  Landowner, City of Clinton at odds over rundown property downtown

  Jackson homicide victim’s best friend says he knows who the killer is

  Mississippi firefighters push themselves to the limit to attain elite Smoke Diver designation

  Rural responders prepared for severe weather system in Lincoln County

Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics Chief of Staff resigns under pressure

A top official at MBN was told to resign or she would be fired, and WLBT obtained her resignation letter.

  Rankin County’s hero K-9 retires in style thanks to national nonprofit for working dogs

K-9 Wannes won't have to worry about any of his bills for the rest of his life after being selected by Project K-9 Hero.

  Early tech training: Some kids could bypass college

Some worry early tech training could encourage students to skip college, but some educators say that doesn't have to be the case. Even if it is, it doesn't have to be a bad thing.

  Hero police officer sues City of Pearl to get his job back

Veteran officer Dave McCarley is suing the Pearl Police Department to get his job back.

  Zoo set to change hands Oct. 1, but questions about licensure remain

The Jackson Zoo is set to change hands October 1.

  Zach’s M&Ms melt your heart, not in your hands

Zachary Johnston's first costume of the Homecoming week got laughed at by a few of his classmates. He was having a hard time getting up the courage to wear another costume, but then his friends came through for him.

  In order to change the community, Lee Vance says "get your butt up... and get in the fight”

Former Jackson Police Chief Lee Vance won the Democratic nomination for the Hinds County Sheriff's race Tuesday night

’This is my heart': Hazlehurst family talk about losing their home to fire

A family survived a house fire that claimed their home of more than 55 years.

  Brandon Theesfeld’s attorneys ask for mental eval, no bond at hearing Thursday

Brandon Theesfeld's attorneys have requested a mental evaluation after a Wednesday night meeting with prosecutors.

’Batman and Robyn': Efforts to bring Waffle House to Oxford moving in the right direction

If a Waffle House ends up happening in Oxford, you can thank "Batman and Robyn."

  911 calls on outskirts of Clinton may end up at Hinds County dispatch

Clinton 911 calls have ended up at Hinds County dispatch on occasion, and the city wants you to be informed.

  Some undocumented immigrants involved in Mississippi ICE raids allegedly stole American citizens’ identities

Some undocumented immigrants have been allegedly using American citizens' identities to get jobs.

One suspect cut loose, 3 others face $1 million bond in Ridgeland shooting

At the same time, Jabari Branch, one of the first two suspects jailed by police, was released from custody. His alibi of being at work at a local restaurant checked out, said Ridgeland Police Chief John Neal.

  MBN Director says a ‘thank you’ to law enforcement can go a long way

The Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics honors their fallen agents in a ceremony at Headquarters.

  Visit Mississippi Director’s experience as part of President George H.W. Bush’s advance team

Visit Mississippi Director Craig Ray discusses his time working for George H.W. Bush.

  Female corrections officers discuss what it’s like to work inside prison

Corrections officers speak about what it's like to work inside a Mississippi prison with staffing shortages.