After being sequestered in Pike County in the Cory Godbolt mass murder trial, those 15 people from DeSoto County would never see life the same way again.“We all left a piece of us down here," said jury foreman Nicole Becker. "It felt not done, it felt incomplete.”
"The trees were starting to not so much explode, but the bark on the trees were popping and if you’ve ever been in the woods, when you start seeing the fire climbing the bark, it means the fire is getting intense," said dozer driver Korey Williams.
On Sunday night in Rankin County, representatives of the family of first responders gathered at the county’s Emergency Operations Center to show love for their medical counterparts in the fight against the coronavirus.
They are boxes where people can bring books to donate or take books they want to read. Now, they’re little grocery stores. If you see something you need, take it, and hopefully in a few weeks when you’re able, you can replace it.
Christmas is right around the corner and one Hazlehurst Woman helps grant holiday wishes for impoverished families in central Mississippi through Toys for Tots. The program provides toys to children whose parents cannot afford to buy them gifts. 3 on your side’s Patrice Clark highlights her push to
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.
Warren County supervisor, Shawn Jackson over District 3 and Mississippi Food Truck Association Members handed out food to tornado victims from 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. on Sunday at Marcus Bottom in Vicksburg.
There are so many things in our daily life that we take for granted. For example a nice hot shower. For the homeless, it’s not guaranteed.It’s what’s inspiring a Flowood businesswoman to take action and her effort is what makes her Mississippi Strong.
Joseph Voynik shows why he is Mississippi Strong. The 17 year old raised more than $600,000 to help build accessible baseball fields for children in the state with mental and physical disabilities. He will receive a national youth volunteer award in May.
Emma Hartley may have heart disease, but it’s not stopping her dreams. She and her family are lending their talents to support the American Heart Association, and in doing so, she’s not only helping others, but she’s also helping herself.
We all know Mississippi has its musical super stars and even some of the lesser stars, but Dr. Jim Brewer took it upon himself to collect the names and stories of as MANY of the people in Mississippi in music as he could find.