Tuesday, July 29 2014 4:01 PM EDT2014-07-29 20:01:14 GMT
The tire tracks are still visible in the grass. Some time on Sunday afternoon, someone drove onto a Catholic Charities property in Jackson, ripped two out of three air conditioning units off of their concreteMore >>
Someone stole two out of three air conditioning units from a Catholic Charities property over the weekend.More >>
Tuesday, July 29 2014 5:34 PM EDT2014-07-29 21:34:16 GMT
Jerry Lee Taylor II, the man killed in Monday's explosion at Omega Protein, died from a head trauma injury, according to Jackson County Coroner Vicki Broadus.More >>
Jerry Lee Taylor II, the man killed in Monday's explosion at Omega Protein, died from a head trauma injury, according to Jackson County Coroner Vicki Broadus. Meanwhile, OSHA investigators are on the scene, and the plant is expected to remain closed this week.More >>
Wednesday, July 30 2014 6:52 AM EDT2014-07-30 10:52:04 GMT
Two Gulfport teens are charged with murder after police say they shot Lamont Hayes in his home last week and left him to die.More >>
Two Gulfport teens are charged with murder after police say they shot Lamont Hayes in his home last week and left him to die. Monday night, investigators tracked down Jalen Shaquille Williams, 19, and arrested him at his home. Rashad Rejohn Johnson, 17, was arrested Monday at the Harrison County Juvenile Detention Facility, where he was being held on an unrelated charge.More >>
Tuesday, July 29 2014 9:28 PM EDT2014-07-30 01:28:19 GMT
This is a news release from the attorney general's office Jackson, MS—A former state employee is going to prison for embezzlement and forgery, announced Attorney General Jim Hood today. Rhonda Gleason,More >>
Jackson, MS—A former state employee is going to prison for embezzlement and forgery, announced Attorney General Jim Hood today.More >>
(RNN) - Gil Brandt of NFL.com and ESPN radio host Paul Finebaum reported Tuesday afternoon that Alabama football coach Nick Saban has a contract extension on his desk that would increase his salary to $7 million a year.
The news coincided with conflicting reports about the future of Texas coach Mack Brown, whose team finished below expectations with an 8-4 record this year. Rumors have persisted for months that Texas wanted Saban to replace Brown.
Brown and his attorney denied the coach has decided to step down, responding to a report on the website orangebloods.com that said Brown is expected to resign later this week. Tuesday afternoon, Brown texted the website Horns247.com that he is in Florida recruiting and has not decided to step down.
But Brett McMurphy of ESPN.com reported that a source told him that Brown will resign, but wants to wait to tell his staff and players personally.
The Texas Board of Regents is set to meet on Thursday night.
The Orangebloods report, which cited two anonymous sources close to the UT athletic department and Board of Regents, said Brown would receive a $2.75 million buyout and would remain on the payroll in a significant role through the remainder of his contract, which runs through 2020.
Yahoo's Pat Forde and ESPN's Joe Schad both launched tweets on Tuesday evening that seemed to dispute the reports. Schad said "THIS JUST IN: Texas denies report that Mack Brown will step down as Longhorns coach. Board of Regents to meet Thursday," and Yahoo reported a source saying that Brown has not told anyone that he is leaving and there have been no meetings.
Finebaum said Saban's contract extension was offered last Friday but the coach has not yet signed it. He nor Brandt cited a source for their information.
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