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Local post offices and UPS stores are knee-deep in Christmas gifts.

The US Postal Service expects over 800 million packages and 13 billion pieces of mail to be delivered this holiday season.

Organization supplies local students with hygiene boxes

The goal is to help students have the products they need and keep them in class and learning.

Shoplifters stealing holiday cheer

It's not just shoplifters causing headaches. Scammers are also taking advantage of busier cashiers and salespeople.

Hundreds stop by the Mill in Starkville for annual holiday bazaar

Within the first-hour organizers said over 300 people came out to show their support and complete some holiday shopping.

Doctors warn of possible spike in flu cases during holiday season

According to a recent report from the CDC, about half the country is seeing moderate to high flu activity and that includes Mississippi and Alabama.

McDonald’s manager awarded for giving former convicts a second chance

For Frances King, it's all about second chances. She started partnering with restitution centers to help get people back on their feet.

Tupelo seventh grader organizes event for troops

"People are surprised because of how old I am and how tall I am, but they are also very proud of me."

Some Starkville restaurants planning to stay open for Egg Bowl

When fans come to town, crowds are expected, but Thanksgiving can bring bigger groups to gather around the table.

Columbus Police Department facing staffing concerns

The department has hired 13 new people, but 19 have left -- including three of the new hires.

Victim of fatal West Point shooting named

We will continue to follow this developing story and bring you the latest details as they become available.

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