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  CONSIDER THIS: Stop Juuling

If you’re not familiar with the Juul product, it is one of the most popular e-cigarettes and looks like a flash drive or electronics charger.

Hinds Co. Judge suspended, fined for intervening in cases to ‘help out’ acquaintances

Yazoo City woman used liquor, aerosol to set her boyfriend on fire

Clinton police looking to identify shoplifting suspect

Clinton man arrested following investigation into his ‘suspicious’ online activity

Remaining Pelahatchie Bay ramps to reopen Friday at Barnett Reservoir

Three charged in jail contraband delivery

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Two men arrested in Walgreens robbery

  First Alert Forecast: hot, steamy Thursday

Silver Alert cancelled for missing Forrest Co. man

63-year-old man shot to death in carport during possible robbery in Jackson

  Jackson Mayor Chokwe Antar Lumumba discusses homicides, gang activity in one-on-one interview

  NFL players host Forum on Criminal Justice Reform

  Taking Back Our Streets follow up: Secretary of State responds to ARM church pastor

3 On Side introduced you to a pastor in south Jackson, in June, ARM’d with determination to transform his community...He made a proposition to the Secretary of State in that report and now Delbert Hosemann responds in this Taking Back Our Streets follow up.

April shooting death of Jackson man ruled homicide, coroner says

The death of a 26-year-old Jackson man has been ruled a homicide by the state medical examiner, according to Hinds County Coroner Sharon Grisham-Stewart.

  Camp Fabulous visits Mississippi Civil Rights Tour during ninth summer of learning

Camp Fabulous visits Mississippi Civil Rights Tour during ninth summer of learning

  How cultural conservative issues are impacting the Republican race for Governor

It's a race to be elected as the Republican nominee for Governor, and it's morphing into a race about who's the most conservative choice.

  FBI solicits applications for invitation-only job fair for women

  Historic backwater flooding in Holly Bluff forces only grocery store to shut its doors

Mississippi ACLU asks cities to repeal panhandling penalties

‘She has quite a story to tell’: Private investigator holds press conference after finding missing Raymond woman

Settlement reached in Jackie Sherrill lawsuit against NCAA

  FaceApp: What are you willing to give up to see an older you?

Fight between father and son ends with vehicle crashing into sports bar

A parking lot fight between a father and his son led to the dad being injured and a sports bar being destroyed.

Celebration of life to be held Monday for Sadie Roberts-Joseph

A vigil has been scheduled for Sadie Roberts-Joseph, who was found dead in the trunk of her car.

Victim identified after being struck and killed by two cars on I-220 N

Jackson police are investigating an accident involving a pedestrian on Interstate 220 North.

Amber Alert canceled after Louisiana state troopers find couple with children

Melissa Joy Gladden and Jerry Jay Kirkley have been taken into custody and their children are safe.

  Authorities warn of ‘Porch Pirates’ on Amazon Prime Days

Follow these key safety tips so you can prevent dreaded porch pirates.

Pearl police arrest 27-year-old man for alleged sex crimes against minors

Pearl police investigators have arrested a 27-year-old for alleged sex crimes against minors.

Teens charged in weekend shooting on Miss. Fairgrounds

Hinds County Sheriff’s Investigators have made two arrests in Saturday night’s shooting on the Mississippi Fairgrounds

  Candidates angered by cancellation of Democratic gubernatorial forum

A proposed forum of Democratic gubernatorial candidates was cancelled just days before it was scheduled to take place.

Mississippi high school teachers being surveyed about U.S. History test

The state's teachers are being surveyed on whether they think the state should continue requiring the U.S. History test. A testing task force met throughout the school year to see if there are ways to reduce or streamline the amount of testing statewide.

  Vicksburg employee health clinic helps city save money

One of the hot topics on the 2020 presidential campaign trail is the cost of health care.While many employers are shelling out big bucks to provide insurance for workers, other companies and governmental entities are passing the cost to their employees. 3 On Your Side's Patrice Clark reports, the

Jackson police need help identifying man wanted in house burglary

If you recognize him, call Crime Stoppers at 601-355-TIPS(8477).

  Seven suspects in shooting death of Ridgeland father facing additional charges; case bound over to grand jury

Tuesday the defendants were present with counsel at the Preliminary Hearing in the Ridgeland Municipal Court and were bound over to the Madison County Grand Jury.

Jackson man found guilty of deliberate design murder in retrial for 2010 shooting death of girlfriend

A Jackson man has been convicted a second time for the June 30, 2010, murder of his girlfriend.

Clinton police searching for two suspects in Northside Drive West home burglary

Clinton police are asking for help from the public in identifying two suspects in a July 16 burglary of a residence on Northside Drive West.

  State representative candidate kills wife, himself inside Marshall Co. medical clinic

Investigators in Marshall County are investigating a shooting at a medical clinic.

50 Years Since Moon Landing: How rocket testing at Stennis helped fuel Apollo 11

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, all this week WLOX will show you how Stennis Space Center played a key role in the moon landing.

  First Alert Forecast: scattered afternoon downpours possible Tuesday

Downpours may develop on the backside of Barry Tuesday - more typical heat and humidity to return through mid-late week.

  Backwater battle intensifies as Barry dumps rain in Holly Bluff Community

The flood fight intensifies in Yazoo County -- and it's all thanks to what at one point was Hurricane Barry.

  Mississippi primary election laws: What you need to know

Mississippi's primary elections are just a few weeks away, and we're breaking down what you need to know about the state's election laws.

  Charles Kuebler retrial underway in Hinds County Circuit Court

Charles Kuebler retrial underway in Hinds County Circuit Court

Hooters closes its doors after 17 years in business

A Jackson restaurant that opened 17 years ago is closing.

Harrison County assistant tax collector arrested on fraud charges

Gill was indicted on four counts of submitting false statements to defraud the government by a grand jury.

Jackson police need help identifying man wanted for stealing cash, cards from purse

If you recognize him or have any info? Call Crime Stoppers at 601-355-TIPS(8477).

‘45 is an embarrassment’: Bennie Thompson reacts to Trump telling congresswomen to go back to their countries

President Donald Trump on Monday defended his tweet calling on four Democratic congresswomen of color to go back to their “broken and crime infested” countries.

WANTED: Jackson police searching for man wanted in deadly shooting

If anyone who knows where Demarios Snell is, call Crime Stoppers at 601-355-TIPS(8477). A reward is possible, up to $2500.

  First Alert Forecast: downpours continue as Barry slowly exits

Barry continues to drench the region with tropical downpours through Tuesday before returning to typical July heat and humidity.

Tree falls on car, blocks roadway on I-20 in Warren County

The driver was not injured, but the tree has caused both lanes to be closed.

  MEMA: Flash flooding still possible from remnants of Barry until Monday evening

State emergency officials believe flash flooding and river flooding from Tropical Depression Barry in key areas of the Magnolia State until Monday evening, even as the storm’s remnants have produced far less rainfall than many forecast models projected.

MHP investigating death of two people in separate crashes on MS roadways

Both of these crashes are currently under investigation.

Sheriff: Neshoba Co. deputies kill suspect who pointed gun

Sheriff Waddell says investigators later determined that the woman at the home was in a relationship with both the shooting victim and the suspect who was killed, which could have been the motive in the original shooting.

Talladega man throws meth out of an Atlanta high rise

A man from Alabama was arrested in Atlanta after allegedly making it "rain meth" by tossing drugs out of a high rise balcony.

Gov. Bryant briefs officials on latest from Tropical Storm Barry

Gov. Phil Bryant spoke once again to officials at the Harrison County Emergency Operations Center after Tropical Storm Barry made landfall on Saturday.

Underage, unlicensed driver crashes car into Warren Co. fire station

Officials are working to repair and open the door to the fire station so that the community will have fire protection.

  City of Jackson Public Works clearing drains ahead of Tropical Storm Barry

To prevent the streets of Jackson from flooding, City of Jackson workers cleared storm drains all Friday long.

Motorcyclist killed after crashing into Jackson home

Police say the man died as a result of the impact, the driver was not wearing a helmet.

  State agencies are positioning resources ahead of Tropical Storm Barry’s arrival

State agencies are mobilizing and several are on standby as Barry approaches.

Former Lee Co. Deputy indicted for threatening Sheriff

A former Lee County Deputy Sheriff is facing charges after he threatened to harm Lee County Sheriff Jim Johnson.

Closures and cancellations ahead of Tropical Storm Barry

Here are some weekend closures and cancellations ahead of Tropical Storm Barry.

  City of Natchez braces for Tropical Storm Barry

Natchez residents brace for Tropical Storm Barry.

State of Emergency declared as Tropical Storm Barry approaches Gulf Coast

A tropical storm watch and a storm surge warning are in effect for the Mississippi Gulf Coast, as Barry is expected to make landfall near the central Louisiana coast at some point Saturday morning.

ARREST: Man charged in strong-arm robbery that injured woman

Christopher Jones has been charged with strong-arm robbery and aggravated assault.

  JPD needs help identifying man wanted for burglarizing car

It happened last month in the 1800 block of Chadwick Drive.

Large military-style weapon found at abandoned Jackson home

According to Major Pete Luke with the Hinds Co. Sheriff’s Office, the home sits on Donaldson Drive in south Jackson.

Ridgeland gas station robbed by armed suspect twice in recent weeks

Cappy’s gas station on Highway 51 was robbed by an armed suspect around 8:30 p.m. Wednesday.

Local rescue helping high risk dogs in path of Tropical Storm Barry

These dogs that are being moved are either not likely to get adopted, elderly, or very sick.

Three inmates injured during fight at Raymond Detention Center

According to Hinds County Sheriff’s Office officials, investigators are working to determine if the fight was in retaliation from an earlier incident that happened last week.

Two arrested and charged in shooting death of 44-year-old man

33-year-old Debreco Williams and 28-year-old Corey Brent were arrested and charged with murder in the June 24th deadly shooting.

25th annual Ice Cream Safari postponed due to severe weather threat

The zoo stated, “After several days of discussions and studying the forecasts, we see the possibility of heavy rains and wind arriving soon. Therefore, we at the Jackson Zoo are erring on the side of caution for the safety of our community and our animals.”

Salvation Army prepares to respond to Tropical Storm Barry

This is the first predicted hurricane of the season.

Jackson police investigating after woman injured in shooting at night club

The shooting happened on Medgar Evers Blvd just after 4:00 a.m.

Change your flight reservations with no fees at these airlines ahead of TS Barry

The waivers will allow those with tickets to change their reservations without fees, as long as they do so by a certain deadline.

  Hinds County officials prepare area for Tropical Storm Barry

Hinds County has already dealt with severe weather this year. Emergency Management Director Ricky Moore said that this time, the predicted six to ten inches of rain could mean trouble.

President Trump approves emergency declaration for Louisiana ahead TS Barry

The declaration late Thursday authorizes the Department of Homeland Security and Federal Emergency Management Agency to coordinate all disaster relief efforts.

Jackson man needs help finding beloved missing horse

If you have any information about Nikita, you are asked to call the Jackson Police Department.

  Mississippi officials continue monitoring and preparing for Tropical Storm Barry

MEMA is closely monitoring Tropical Storm Barry's path.

  Gangs making headlines: The Metro area has its fair share

There are not a lot of statistics on gangs in Mississippi, but they’re here.

Thursday night weather update: Flash Flood Watch in effect through weekend

A Flash Flood Watch is in effect for our area through this weekend.

  MS OB/GYN accused of sexual assault, misconduct after fathering children with patients

Dr. Walter Ray Wolfe, who is associated with Merit Health Madison, had his license temporarily suspended by the Mississippi State Board of Medical Licensure Wednesday without a hearing, ruling that Dr. Wolfe’s continued practice of medicine “would constitute an immediate danger to the public.”