COLUMBUS, Miss. (WCBI)- A bill is being discussed in the Senate that could help agencies keep officers after they’ve completed the police academy. It’s called

Oktibbeha County EMA Director Kristen Campanella said the lake has gone down almost four feet since last Tuesday. 

WATCH: Highlights from the 13th Annual Mid-Mississippi Challenge hosted in Ackerman. 

Update: On Monday night, a federal judge in McAllen, Texas, denied a request to halt the deportation of the Honduran mother and her two children. The family is expected to

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Proposed Senate Bill Would Bring New Changes To Law Enforcement Agencies

COLUMBUS, Miss. (WCBI)- A bill is being discussed in the Senate that could help agencies keep officers after they've completed the police academy. It's called...
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Volunteers stock up donations for emergency warming shelter

Generous donations from area organizations and churches around the Golden Triangle made it all possible.
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Warning downgraded to watch at Oktibbeha County lake

Oktibbeha County EMA Director Kristen Campanella said the lake has gone down almost four feet since last Tuesday. 

Saltillo drowning victim identified

Law enforcement do not think foul play was a factor. 
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Over 100 people march in Macon in honor of Martin Luther King Jr.

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Columbus leaders honor Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy

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The memorials covered range from those for the Revolutionary War to the War in Iraq or Native American War's statues on public property.
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Dozens come out to celebrate legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. in West Point

Mississippi NAACP President Robert James was the scheduled guest speaker at Mary Holmes College campus.

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