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Saxon’s Drive-In Turns 40

Saxon's Drive-In now shows movies.

College Rankings

Two area universities are recognized this week for providing an affordable, high quality education and producing a high rate of graduates.

Saxon’s Drive-In Turns 40

Saxon's Drive-In now shows movies.

Mississippi State Tailgating

Football season is finally here and Mississippi State fans have been preparing their tents and grills for the first home game.

4-County Help Coastal Victims

Flooding and electrical outages are the big problem for many dealing with the aftermath if Isaac.

Prairie Arts Festival in Full Swing

WEST POINT, Miss. (WCBI)- It was a fun filled day in downtown West Point this morning for the second day of the annual Prairie...

500 People Saved During Hurricane Isaac

Hundreds in Miss. rescued from Isaac's high waters.

Firefighter Return from the Coast

Columbus fire fighters and Department of Wildlife and Fisheries head down to the coast to aid in relief.

Seven Lives Claimed By Hurricane Isaac

Five people in Louisiana, two in Mississippi have died.

Running of the Dogs

Bulldog fans got a little wet trying to reserve there tailgating places.

Mississippi Beaches Still Closed

Debris Poses Biggest Danger

Men of Color Conference at MSU

MSU officials going above and beyond.

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MS Department of Health reports 645 new COVID-19 cases

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Ole Miss Suffers Loss to #5 Florida to Start 2020 Season

The Rebels put up over 600-yards of total offense in the week one loss.