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Front-line and law enforcement officials discuss adjusting to the pandemic

GOLDEN TRIANGLE, Miss. (WCBI)- It's been an unprecedented year. It's been a tough year. Folks lost their jobs, schools closed their doors temporarily, and hospital beds...

A Starkville woman hosts a toy drive for families in the community

OKTIBBEHA COUNTY, Miss. (WCBI)- Christmas comes early for families in Starkville. One organization is holding a toy drive to make sure Christmas trees are filled...

Postal and delivery services experience influx in holiday packages

OKTIBBEHA COUNTY,Miss. (WCBI)-We are just two weeks away from Christmas. As time winds down, folks are heading to the nearest UPS stores to get those...

Starkville Police arrest juveniles for auto burglary

STARKVILLE, Miss. (WCBI)- A number of juveniles were arrested last night for an auto burglary in Starkville on Highway 12. Sergeant Brandon Lovelady with Starkville...

Starkville Police need help finding missing teen

OKTIBBEHA COUNTY, Miss. (WCBI)- The Starkville Police Department needs your help locating 15-year-old Alexander Smith. Smith was last seen leaving his residence, in the downtown...

Salvation Army bell ringers encourage donations

STARKVILLE, Miss. (WCBI)- The Salvation Army bell ringers are at local stores with a new way of bringing in donations. Due to COVID-19, volunteers are...

Grammy Award Winning artist Bobby Rush visits Starkville

OKTIBBEHA COUNTY, Miss. (WCBI)-Starkville had a legendary guest stop by today. 2017 Grammy Award Winner Bobby Rush spoke to the crowd in Starkville about his...

A Starkville man is charged with manslaughter

OKTIBBEHA COUNTY, Miss. (WCBI)- A Starkville man is arrested for the death of a Starkville woman. 30-year-old James Heath Kitchens is charged with manslaughter. Around 8...

Catering services are in high demand for Thanksgiving this year

OKTIBBEHA COUNTY, Miss.(WCBI)- Thanksgiving is right around the corner. Families are deciding whether to prepare their own spreads or opting to order meals at a...

Families relying on technology this Thanksgiving as COVID cases continue to rise

STARKVILLE, Miss. (WCBI) --  Thanksgiving will look a lot different this year at the dinner table because of COVID19. With cases continuing to increase here...

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Starkville mayor and police department put up surveillance camera at site of double murder 2 days after the shooting

STARKVILLE, Miss. (WCBI) - Two days after the double shooting in Starkville that left two men dead, city leaders took action to try and...

School educators worry as students depart campus during lifted mandate

LOWNDES AND WINSTON COUNTIES, Miss. (WCBI) - As Mississippians adjust to Governor Reeves lifted mask mandate, school educators share possible COVID-19 concerns. Mask enforcement for...

‘Empty Bowls’ Fundraiser Continues, But With A Different Look This Year

TUPELO, MISS. (WCBI) - One of the largest fundraisers for the Salvation Army is taking place, but with a different look. Although the annual...

Dept. of Homeland Security to help Crime Prevention Task Force

Brooks said citizens are "unsettled" and he hopes the Department of Homeland Security along with the Department of Public Safety can help.