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MSDH reporting 701 new COVID-19 cases on Thursday

JACKSON, MISS. (WCBI) - Several counties in our area are reporting a high number of new coronavirus cases today. Lafayette County has 55 new cases....

Governor Reeves addresses the Hurricane Sally damage

JACKSON, MISS. (WCBI) - Hurricane Sally shifted east and avoided a direct hit on Mississippi, but state leaders say we may not be out...

Governor Reeves extends mask mandate but relaxes other restrictions

STARKVILLE, MISS. (WCBI) - Governor Tate Reeves extends the state's mask mandate but relaxes other restrictions. The mask order has been extended through the end...

Mississippi seeing positive news with COVID-19 numbers

JACKSON, MISS. (WCBI) - Mississippi sees more positive news on the COVID-19 front. The state department of health is reporting 145 new cases and nine...

Governor Reeves Extends Safe Return Order and Relaxes Restrictions on Businesses, Social Gatherings as COVID-19 Numbers Improve

JACKSON, MISS. (PRESS RELEASE) — Today, Governor Tate Reeves announced that he is extending the social distancing measures under the Safe Return order with...

Video: Coronavirus Task Force Member Visits Ole Miss

Dr. Deborah Birx met with university leaders and state healthcare officials.

Tropical Storm Sally forms, expected to affect Mississippi Gulf Coast

COLUMBUS, Miss. (WCBI) - Tropical Storm Sally has formed near the Florida Keys, making it the 18th named storm in what is shaping up...

Governor Tate Reeves wants to expand outdoor crowd sizes

JACKSON, MISS. (WCBI) - Governor Tate Reeves says he wants to expand outdoor crowd sizes. And he says he hopes to do that soon. During...

2,000 Mississippians have enrolled in the ReSkill Mississippi initiative

JACKSON, MISS. (PRESS RELEASE) — Today, Governor Tate Reeves announced that a milestone of over 2,000 Mississippians have enrolled in the ReSkill Mississippi initiative...

Mississippi protesters rally against Confederate monument

OXFORD, Miss. (AP) - Dozens of demonstrators gathered in a Mississippi county to call for the removal of a Confederate monument officials have previously...

Mississippi COVID-19 numbers continue to improve

JACKSON, MISS. (WCBI) - Overall, Mississippi's COVID-19 numbers continue to improve, but there are a high number of deaths being reported today. The Mississippi State...

Coronavirus numbers in hosptials holding steady according to MSDH

JACKSON, MISS. (WCBI) - Hospitalizations in Mississippi hold steady in today's latest numbers from the state health department. 585 new COVID-19 cases and 26 deaths...

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COVID-19 hospitalizations continue to improve for Mississippi

Mississippi's hospital numbers continue to improve, despite a large increase in COVID-19 cases in one north Mississippi county.

Longtime Lowndes County Administrator wraps up last day on the job

Supervisors voted to replace Billingsley in April with Jay Fisher. He was the only candidate put forth for the job.

Lowndes County daycare owner arrested and charged with child abuse

A woman accused of operating an unlicensed daycare in Lowndes County is charged with child abuse.

Tupelo police investigate shooting at area antique store

police were called to 248 South Green Street. Witnesses at Relics Antiques said they heard a loud pop, then a window broke.