Camp Shelby to host 2018 Special Olympics

More than 6,000 athletes with intellectual disabilities from regions across the state compete in Special Olympics Mississippi.
  Attorney General Jim Hood warns of e-cigarette dangers
  Seminary schools hold suicide prevention rally
Missing Jackson toddler found safe
  National Mammogram Day comping up
Brookhaven leaders sign resolution asking MHSAA to lift Forest Hill band suspension
  New digital fabrication center at USM available to students, public

TODAY'S HEADLINES

  New digital fabrication center at USM available to students, public
A former book store at The Hub at the University of Southern Mississippi has been turned into a digital maker space that is available for both student and public use.
Charges dismissed for suspect in Jefferson Davis County murder
Charges have been dismissed for a man formerly accused in a deadly Jefferson Davis County shooting.
Laurel PD to host drug take back event
The Laurel Police Department will be hosting a drug take back event on Oct. 27 in partnership with the Drug Enforcement Administration.

  Coney Island Cafe legacy continues

Coney Island Cafe is a treasure to downtown Hattiesburg. Its rich history, popular food menu and loyal customers continue to help it thrive after almost a century of service.

Judicial candidates speak before Forrest & Lamar County Republican Women

Several judicial candidates running for office in the upcoming general election spoke to a gathering of Forrest & Lamar County Republican Women on Tuesday.
JPS superintendent appeals decision to suspend Forest Hill band
One Coast prepares to send help to victims of Hurricane Michael
Escaped Jefferson Davis County inmate back in custody

NATIONAL HEADLINES

After Canada legalizes pot, industry eyes rest of the world

  Powerball jackpot rises to $430 million after no one wins

The jackpot winner will need to match numbers on all five white balls and the red Powerball.

  'This is terrorism’: Former congressman says son’s political opponent a national threat

In a bizarre campaign tactic some are calling racist, a former California congressman said his son's congressional opponent is a threat to national security, based on the actions of the opponent’s father and grandfather.

SPORTS

  Oak Grove rolls into region battle with Brandon

USM struggling to run the ball

Ole Miss athlete to hold sock drive for MS homeless shelters

Player of the Week - Laurel senior Zias Perryman

Laurel took down rival West Jones 23-17 in overtime on Friday – overcoming a 17-7 halftime deficit.Senior running back Zias Perryman stepped up with 61 crucial rushing yards and two touchdowns – one that tied the game 17-17 and the second clinching the Tornadoes’ win in the extra period.