The music industry is mourning the loss of the legendary Aretha Franklin, who died Thursday after several days on hospice care.
According to officials with the Mississippi Forestry Commission, a wildfire near the Jefferson Davis/ Simpson County line is now completely contained. Mississippi Fire Commission officials said there is still black smoke in the area, but no people or buildings are damaged as a result of the wildfire. Fourteen crew members from Jefferson Davis and Simpson Counties…
Federal officials will investigate Ohio State University's response to allegations against a team doctor now accused of sexual misconduct against scores of athletes and other male students in the 1980s and 1990s.
A former Spring Break event organizer from Jackson County has admitted to bringing cocaine into Mississippi over a two year period.
The nurse convicted in the death of a George County inmate is now asking the court to dismiss that verdict and give her a third trial.
A north Jackson home caught fire early Thursday morning.
Leaders with the Satanic Temple will hold a rally at the Arkansas State Capitol Wednesday over the 10 Commandments monument.
A missing woman has been found safe by Richland police.
The Memphis Hustle is looking for local players to fill out their roster.
Nevada Democrats are working to register and engage Latino voters ahead of this year's midterms, hoping to re-create the big wins the state's Hispanic and immigrant community helped deliver in 2016.
More than 600 homes lost power early Thursday morning after storms move through Craighead and Lawrence counties.
The missing child alert has been cancelled and the child's parents have been arrested after an endangered/missing child alert was issued for a 19-month-old child.
The Memphis Tiger women's soccer team is poised for another strong run.
Piece by piece, the Mississippi Aquarium is coming together in Gulfport.
Madison Central travels to rival Brandon Friday night in our Game of the Week.
Memphis police are investigating after a body was found in Fox Meadows.
It's been a long 6 months for people in South Memphis, who were practically living in a food desert since Kroger moved out of the Southgate Shopping Center in February.
Main Street Paragould is encouraging all downtown business owners and employees to do the same.
After speaking to several local business owners, Jarrett said for some there has been no change and for others business has even increased.
Ronnie Weston isn’t in front of the camera much; but he is a huge part of everything we do.