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Conservation officers urge boating safety during Memorial Day weekend

Memorial Day was Monday, and with Lakes back open to the public that means boating season is underway.

Artists come together for virtual festival

"Stay at Home Fest" will continue, with the help of other area arts councils, as long as there is interest.

Faith Food Pantry gives back

NETTLETON, Miss.- (WCBI) The Coronavirus crisis is prompting area food banks to extend a helping hand. In Nettleton the local Food Pantry there gave out...

New reports shows Mississippi has fewer residents getting behind the wheel drunk

A study published on QuoteWizard.com shows Mississippi Ranks four in the largest decrease of lives lost to DUI'S by a stunning 50.99%.

Columbus hosts “Day of Service” to commemorate tornado anniversary

Volunteers started picking up and walked along the tornadoes path.

Monroe County Sheriff’s Office holds auction for seized items

ABERDEEN, Miss. (WCBI) - An influx of some big-ticket items that deputies in Monroe County have seized were up for auction Saturday. Dozens Were hoping...

Faith, football and fun: local church holds football Sunday service

A Tupelo church found a way to use the biggest game of the year to bring souls to salvation.

Riders saddle up in Starkville to compete in Winter Barrel Race series

Horsemen saddled up Sunday in Starkville to race the clock and each other in a winter series event.

Fulton community celebrates Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Many local people lived through the turbulent civil rights era and were able to witness his impact.

Chickasaw County communities experience high floodwaters

While most in the viewing area did not see much damage from wind Saturday, many communities are dealing with a soggy mess from flash flooding.

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