Morgan Howard has always had a passion for writing. She graduated from Belhaven University with a major in Electronic Communications and a minor in Sociology. She was born and raised in Tennessee and in her spare time she rescues animals in and around the Jackson metro area. She hopes to use her writing to help and advocate for those overlooked in the world.
Story, a redshirt senior, faced a charge of aggravated animal cruelty to a Great Dane named Kodak, which belonged to a woman he previously dated. The 2018 complaint says Story did not give the dog food or water for three days.
On May 20, officers received a call from the Smith County Sheriff’s Office stating that a miniature donkey had been killed on a farm. The owners reported that the donkey had been shot, which led to the investigation in conjunction with the Smith County Sheriff’s Office.
Minnesota congresswoman Ilhan Omar replied to his tweet, thus starting a social media sparring match. The Democratic Representative has recently been the subject of criticism from President Donald Trump concerning the topic of immigration.
According to the Secretary of State’s website, all Mississippians voting at the polls are required to show a photo ID card. Individuals voting in person by absentee ballot in person in the Circuit Clerk’s office are also required to show a photo ID.
An employee of Los Encinos Mexican Grill (132 W. Main Street) in Calhoun City, Miss., has been diagnosed with hepatitis A virus, and patrons who ate at the restaurant from July 5 to July 23 might have been exposed.
WTOK reports that 20-year-old Zquavius Crain of Gulfport died as a result of a one vehicle roll over that happened around 4:45 p.m. Two other teammates were in the car with him at the time of the wreck. Jeremiah Braziel and Keon Moore had to be extracted from the car and taken to Jackson via life fl
Several new laws are taking effect Monday in Mississippi, including one that gives a pay raise to teachers and two that are designed to ease burdens on people who face court fines or who are trying to find jobs after having a criminal conviction.
District attorney's investigator Truett Simmons tells the Enterprise-Journal that archaeologists found a "high probability of human bone" Thursday. Simmons says it appears to be charred bone fragments, possibly belonging to 19-year-old Donald Lee Izzett, Jr.