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Deputy Police Chief Paymon is offering $1,000 of his own money to anyone who can help him locate his stolen goods and identify the people... [Read More]
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The state's oldest bridge in Vicksburg is more than 120 years old and Mayor George Flaggs admits it is in bad shape... [Read More]
In Warren County officials are taking steps to build a new more modern jail to ease the overcrowding problem. They say it's necessary to save... [Read More]
The first round of weather toppled trees, ignited fires and knocked out power to thousands. Now folks have the daunting task of cleaning up and... [Read More]
City of Vicksburg is facing a staffing shortage at its police department. [Read More]
Tuesday marks the 17th anniversary of the September 11th, 2001 terror attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon. [Read More]
Standoff in Kosciusko ends with no injures. [Read More]
One Education Foundation is pushing for more people to consider career technical training to narrow the skills gap in the state. The Mississippi Construction... [Read More]
Three On Your Side's Patrice Clark spoke with the family who is still demanding justice for Till. [Read More]
A redevelopment plan is in the works for one of the oldest and largest communities in Vicksburg. [Read More]
Mayor George Flaggs and the Board of Aldermen have hired Hawes Hill and Associates out of Houston, Texas, to study the Kings Community and help... [Read More]
Vicksburg police are  searching for answers after a woman is shot and killed in an early morning home invasion. It happened just before... [Read More]
Four men were arrested after $40,000 worth of hunting gear was stolen from various hunting camps and homes in Adams County. [Read More]
The mayor and Summit Town Council wanted to preserve the history here Greenlawn Cemetery, the town's first African American cemetery that has been there since... [Read More]
Scott County Sheriff Mike Lee has confirmed that the burned car where a body what found inside the Bienville National Forest belongs to a missing... [Read More]
The city of McComb could soon be the next city to decriminalize marijuana possession. Selectmen at large Donovan Hill is leading the push to make... [Read More]
 New developments in Scott County where the sheriff's department continues to investigate a body found Tuesday inside a burned car in the Bienville National Forest.    ... [Read More]
Voters in Mississippi's second-largest school district are deciding whether to approve a $65 million dollar bond referendum. Jackson Public Schools want to make upgrades to... [Read More]
Developing tonight, the fate of the Jackson Zoo remains in a financial limbo tonight. The former executive director of the Jackson Zoo admits to illegally... [Read More]
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