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A man died in an overnight house fire in the Palmetto Community, according to his wife. [Read More]
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July 19, 2019... [Read More]
Tags: Joel - dangerous - heat
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July 18, 2019... [Read More]
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Democratic candidate for Governor Jim Hood held a campaign rally at the Tupelo Furniture Market on Thursday evening. [Read More]
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According to the marketing director of the Eat With Us Group, a popular burger restaurant will be occupying a building on S Gloster. [Read More]
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A former Kossuth Middle School coach pleaded guilty to federal charges after he filmed girls in the school locker room. [Read More]
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July 18, 2019... [Read More]
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MSU police department acquires two Zero Electric Motorcycles to have a better range and response time for patrol. [Read More]
Columbus Redevelopment Authority takes eminent domain action on 12 properties in Burns Bottom. [Read More]
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A special exhibit, now on display in New Albany, displays the true faces of Mississippi blues. [Read More]
A Cast of Blues is a art exhibit that displays the faces of Mississippi Blues musicians. [Read More]
MSU police department acquires two Zero Electric Motorcycles to have a better range and response time for patrol. [Read More]
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July 18, 2019... [Read More]
Tags: Matt - Friday - hot
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Police believe at least two people are responsible for several auto burglaries in Columbus. [Read More]
Tags: Columbus - police - hope
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This news segment aired on Tuesday, July 16 during the 6 p.m. newscast. [Read More]
Tupelo Parks and Recreation will host its second... [Read More]
July 18, 2019... [Read More]
Tags: Joel - Dangerous - heat
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A lightning strike on Wednesday damaged some equipment at WTVA. [Read More]
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Motorists in Calhoun County are urged to find alternate routes after two large trucks overturned in two separate locations. [Read More]
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Road work on Highway 388 is scheduled to last approximately one month in Noxubee County. [Read More]
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