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Truck drivers are cautious and eager to get back rolling

COLUMBUS, Miss. (WCBI)-  The people who move the nation are slowly but surely getting back on the road. Truck drivers are being very cautious...

National Guard is doing their part in helping the community

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Floral preparations are underway for Valentine’s Day

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Non profits are encouraging donations for their community

OKTIBBEHA COUNTY, Miss. (WCBI)- Most of us want to help our neighbor, but a pandemic economy means keeping an eye on the family budget....

New courses at EMCC are expected to gain interest

LOWNDES COUNTY, Miss. (WCBI)- Most college students sign up for basic classes such as College Algebra and English Comp. https://youtu.be/zZWcF_KK0yA At East Mississippi Community College, students...

Mardi Gras will be replaced this year in Columbus

COLUMBUS, Miss. (WCBI)- Mardi Gras events have been canceled this year, but some locals made it their business to keep the tradition going here...

Pizza companies are prepped and prepared for the super bowl

COLUMBUS, Miss. (WCBI)- A mixture of tomato sauce, cheese, and a variety of toppings are piled high for family and friends as their Super...

Black history lessons are being taught differently

ABERDEEN, Miss (WCBI)- This school year is anything but traditional; so it stands to reason, celebrations of black history would be outside the box....

A surge in food shortage leaves local churches lending a helping hand

GOLDEN TRIANGLE, Miss (WCBI)- Milk, meats, and vegetables are items that people typically don't go without. However, the ongoing pandemic has left many relying...

Students are returning to the classroom after a virtual semester

LOWNDES COUNTY, Miss (WCBI)- Homework has taken on a new meaning this school year. Many families made the decision to keep their children home...

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