Tuesday, September 16 2014 10:07 PM EDT2014-09-17 02:07:23 GMT
A Jackson mother claims a Wingfield high school soccer coach had inappropriate contact with her 14-year-old daughter who plays soccer. She says she became concerned after seeing some of the texts the coachMore >>
The mom, who preferred to remain unidentified to protect her daughter, said the coach asked her daughter for her cell phone number. More >>
Tuesday, September 16 2014 10:00 AM EDT2014-09-16 14:00:09 GMT
An Ocean Springs mom is sending a warning to South Mississippi parents. Katrina Johnson wants every parent to be aware of an app that she says is being used by many students to spread hate.More >>
An Ocean Springs mom is sending a warning to South Mississippi parents. Katrina Johnson wants every parent to be aware of an app that she says is being used by many students to spread hate. Johnson discovered the posts last week, and she says what she read would make parents cringe.More >>
Wednesday, September 17 2014 6:54 AM EDT2014-09-17 10:54:13 GMT
Margaritaville's employees and the casinos supplier have known for some time the closure was a likely possibility, but still, they say, that doesn't make the reality of it any less difficult.More >>
Margaritaville's employees and the casinos supplier have known for some time the closure was a likely possibility, but still, they say, that doesn't make the reality of it any less difficult. A day after the shutdown they used words like "sad" and "devastating" to describe their feelings. Now they must wonder what comes next for them.More >>
Tuesday, September 16 2014 8:19 PM EDT2014-09-17 00:19:28 GMT
This is a news release from the Mississippi Department of Justice Local contractor Mike Miller, 48, of Hattiesburg, pled guilty on September 15, 2014, to a kickback scheme which defrauded the U.S. DepartmentMore >>
Local contractor Mike Miller, 48, of Hattiesburg, pled guilty on September 15, 2014, to a kickback scheme which defrauded the U.S. Department of Agriculture, announced U.S. Attorney Gregory K.More >>
It took them longer than expected due to their bus breaking down in Shreveport, Louisiana, but, the NJCAA national champion JCJC Bobcats returned to Ellisville this afternoon to a large gathering of fans.
"Just watching our team out there in the national tournament, so very well prepared," JCJC Athletic Director Katie Herrington said.
"They played with such intensity and such focus. That comes from good leadership."
Head Coach Jay Ladner spoke about something his team brought to every game.
"One thing we've always harped on is toughness and never quitting and getting knocked down and getting back up.
"All those type things that any coach and athlete wants to do. A lot of people talk about it and I felt like our guys lived it everyday."
NJCAA Tournament MVP Leroy "Truck" Fludd, was pivotal to the team's success in Hutchinson, Kansas.
"It feels good to win MVP. I want to thank my team, my family, friends and first and foremost God."
All-tournament team member Johnny Zuppardo, sensed something special from the beginning.
"When I got here the team was just so strong. Everybody played so well together."
"Everybody had their own things to contribute to the team. It's just we were so versatile. We were just the best team. No doubt about it."
Jones was the lowest seed (11) to ever win the tournament.
2362 U.S. Hwy 11
Moselle, MS 39459
1-800-844-WDAM (9326) Email Us