Testimony continued on the fourth day of federal court in Hattiesburg in the case of former FBI agent Warren Flowers, who is suing the Federal Bureau of Investigation, claiming he was wrongfully terminated from his job.
The Mississippi Supreme Court has agreed to hear the appeal of a 2016 ruling of the Forrest County Circuit Court in a suit filed against the City of Hattiesburg, former Mayor Johnny Dupree and the City Council.
The U.S. Department of Commerce and the U.S. Department of Transportation announced more than $1.9 million in grant funding to the state of Mississippi to upgrade 911 call centers to Next Generation 911 (NG911) capabilities.
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.
Hundreds of canned foods, cleaning supplies, clothing, and other things were donated by community members and other churches to be given to the 48 families that attend Immaculate Conception Catholic Church.
The case dates back to July 11, 2018, when the Jones County Sheriff’s Office and HSUS seized 55 dogs, 34 cats and 17 dead animals from property belonging to David and Mary Ellen Senne on Lyon Ranch Road.
Hurricane Katrina left lasting scars on the Hurricane Camille Memorial in Biloxi at the site of the Episcopal Church of the Redeemer. Now the Biloxi Fire Department, with the help of a local businessman, is working to get the memorial in shape for the upcoming 50th anniversary of the storm.