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Mississippi Weather for Friday, August 23rd
Andi Davis
August 23, 2019
The weather across the state is shaping up to be hot and humid with a chance for some showers and possible thunderstorms. Expect partly sunny skies across north Mississippi with a chance for showers and...
Suspect in Ole Miss murder case seeks psych evaluation
Steven Gagliano
August 22, 2019
Brandon Theesfeld, the suspect accused in the murder of fellow Ole Miss Student Ally Kostial, appeared in court this morning where his attorneys waived their request for bond before requesting a psych evaluation.  Theesfeld, 22,...
Chinese national indicted in Mississippi designated as significant foreign...
Andi Davis
August 22, 2019
Information provided by the office of U.S. Attorney Mike Hurst, Southern District of Mississippi U.S. Attorney Mike Hurst announced today that Xiaobing Yan, a Chinese National indicted in the Southern District of Mississippi, has been designated...
BancorpSouth increasing capacity in Tupelo, creating 100 jobs
Andi Davis
August 22, 2019
Information provided by the office of Governor Phil Bryant and the Mississippi Development Authority  BancorpSouth Bank is increasing capacity at its Jackson Street Campus in Tupelo to accommodate the company’s rapid growth. The project represents a corporate...
Ag Commissioner testifies before the Mississippi River Commission
Andi Davis
August 21, 2019
Release provided by the Mississippi Department of Agriculture & Commerce Commissioner of Agriculture and Commerce Andy Gipson addressed the Mississippi River Commission Wednesday at a public hearing in Vicksburg.  During his testimony, Gipson outlined the...
MSU’s Danberry granted extra year of eligibility by NCAA
Steven Gagliano
August 21, 2019
Photo courtesy of MSU Athletics/Kelly Donoho The Mississippi State women’s basketball team got some good news on Tuesday night.  According to MSU Athletics, the NCAA has approved the waiver of graduate guard Jordan Danberry, making her...
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