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Clay County Circuit Clerk’s Office prepping for Tuesday’s special election

CLAY COUNTY, Miss. (WCBI) --  Voting will look much different this year because of COVID-19 And with the Mississippi Legislative Special Election set to take...

Local restuarants are ajusting to the capacity increase

STARKVILLE, Miss. (WCBI) -Governor Tate Reeves recently announced that restaurants and bars can serve 75% of their capacity while also following all cleaning and...

Mississippi State health and safety plan sees early success in limiting COVID-19 spread

STARKVILLE, MISS. (WCBI) - Thursday marks one month since classes at Mississippi State got underway for the fall semester. One week ago, MSU reported that...

Law enforcement officers adjust to new state regulations

WINSTON COUNTY,Miss. (WCBI)- Earlier this week, Governor Tate Reeves expanded capacity for restaurants and other businesses. He says he hopes to increase attendance for...

Future Police Officers Learn Fundamentals During Twelve Week Intense Training

TUPELO, MISS. (WCBI) - Twenty three future law officers are learning valuable skills they will use on the streets. The Cadets are part of...

Hundreds of job opportunities expected to make its way to Clay County

CLAY COUNTY, Miss. (WCBI) -- It's been more than 10 years since the largest employer in Clay County closed for good. Since then, finding and...

Local businesses are donating to support Ackerman Police Department

ACKERMAN, Miss. (WCBI) -- Local police departments rely on their city leaders to determine budgets for the year. But declining sales tax revenues and a...

Abigail Grace Turner recognized for saving her siblings from house fire

LOWNDES COUNTY, MISS. (WCBI) - A special honor for a young hero. 14-year-old Abigail Grace Turner was recognized at today's Lowndes County Board of...

City leaders in Columbus and a group of volunteers are cleaning up litter around town.

COLUMBUS, Miss. (WCBI) -- Dozens participated in the first-ever citywide clean up this morning. Bottles, food containers, and trash littering the streets of Columbus. So...

Mississippi COVID-19 numbers drop over weekend

JACKSON, Miss. (WCBI)- The Mississippi State Department of Health reports 539 new cases of COVID-19 with 11 new deaths. There are 19 new cases among...

Mississippi farmers are seeing a decrease in cotton crops

MISSISSIPPI (WCBI) - Although there isn't as much as in year's past, Mississippi's cotton crop is looking good. Farmers around the state planted about 520,00...

Oktibbeha County driver airlifted after crashing into trees

OKTIBBEHA COUNTY, MISS. (WCBI) - An Oktibbeha County driver is airlifted to a hospital after crashing into a row trees. The crash happened about just...

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Mississippians ranging from scared to confident after explosive first presidential debate

COLUMBUS, Miss. (WCBI) - Wild, a circus, two toddlers fighting and disappointing are just some of the ways people have described Tuesday night's presidential...

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.