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16th Annual Hernando Water Tower Festival Starts Friday

Hernando, Ms The 16th Annual Hernando Water Tower Festival gets underway this Friday. The two day event will be fun for the whole family. The free event begins Friday with a Corn Hole Tournament at 6:30 p.m. and live music

Shooting Suspects Crash In Southaven

Southaven, Ms Memphis Police were chasing suspects wanted for a drive by shooting in Memphis this afternoon when the suspects lost control of their vehicle on the north bound ramp of I 55. Five suspects balled out of the crashed

Former Student Detained After Social Media Post

Horn Lake, Ms The Horn Lake Police Department have a male juvenile who is a former Horn Lake student detained after a threatening social media post was discovered. Horn Lake Police and school officials were notified last night about the

DeSoto County Firefighters Assisting With Emergency Efforts With Hurricane Florence

Eight local firefighters from DeSoto County are assisting in the emergency efforts with Hurricane Florence. The Members of Mississippi Task Force are staging in Pulaski County Virginia ready to respond to any need for swift water rescue. “We’re looking at

President Canceled Rally In Mississippi

Jackson, Ms President Donald Trump has canceled plans for a Make America Great Again rally in Mississippi on Friday in anticipation that Hurricane Florence will strike the U.S. East Coast. The rally in Mississippi was in support of Republican U.S.

Buddy East Mississippi’s Longest-Serving Sheriff Dies

Oxford, Ms By: Waller Funeral Home Sheriff F.D. “Buddy” East, 75, died Saturday, September 8, 2018, at Baptist Memorial Hospital North Mississippi in Oxford. The funeral service will be Friday, September 14, 2018, at 11:00 A.M. at North Oxford Baptist

Sheriff’s Department Is Searching For Missing Teens

Hernando, Ms The DeSoto County Sheriffs Department needs your help locating Abby and Kaylee Foster. They both are missing and Abby was last seen in Hernando, and Kaylee in Lake Cormorant. No other information is available at this time. If

President Trump To Visit Mississippi Next Friday

Jackson, Ms President Donald Trump is scheduled to be in Mississippi next Friday. He will be at the Mississippi coliseum at 1207 Mississippi Street at 6:30 p.m. Doors open at 3:30 p.m. and tickets are free. The Make America Great