STARKVILLE, Miss. (WCBI) - Dozens of high school students in Starkville are taking their community involvement to the next level.
About 50 students were inducted into the Mayor's Youth Council Sunday, one of the largest inductions to take place for this group.
Saturday: Look forward to lots of sunshine and high temperatures in the low to mid 80s. Conditions will be great for tailgating before the big Ole Miss / Alabama game in Tuscaloosa or for any other outdoor activity your may have planned.
STARKVILLE, Miss. (WCBI) – Starkville's first cause-based retail store celebrated its grand opening the weekend of September 20-22, 2013.
The idea for The Old House originated from Burlaep, a non-profit group started by Mississippi State students that raises money to help fight preventable diseases.
LOWNDES COUNTY, Miss (WCBI)- According to state tests, almost half of all third graders are not reading as well as they should for their age.
Governor Phil Bryant signed a new law this year that requires third graders to be proficient in reading before being promoted to the fourth grade. This puts more pressure on the teachers of kindergarten, first, and second graders to have their students ready by the time they reach the third grade.
Mississippi legislator's passed a bill that requires authorities to collect umbilical cord blood and run DNA tests to determine the paternity if a new mom under the age of 16 refuses to reveal the father's identity.
[bitsontherun 2f5nmehN] NORTHEAST, Miss. (WCBI)- If you work for a city in Mississippi, chances are the sick days you don’t use roll over into your retirement fund. The State’s Public Employees’ Retirement System, or PERS, provides benefits to retirees and current public employees. “If they choose not to take it, it banks up. And they […]