Camp Shelby Cadets network with future employers

3 charged in Marion County murder investigation

Mississippi’s 15-week abortion ban blocked by appeals court

  Salvation Army needs help to meet Christmas goal

  Hattiesburg Fire Department buys toys for kids in need

  Civil rights activist Ellie Dahmer receives honorary degree from USM

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  MDE audit finds several violations by Wayne County School District

  Extra Table partners with Subway for healthy food initiative

Attempted bank robbery reported at First Southern Bank in Hattiesburg

How to set up two-factor authentication on popular apps, services

Forrest Health is helping women to stress less this holiday season

4 Va. children abducted by mother may be in danger, deputies say

Jones Co. school bus backs into vehicle in Forrest Co.

The incident happened around 7:20 a.m. Friday on Eastabuchie Road.

Local firefighter helps family escape house fire in Jones Co.

Glen Musgrove made efforts to help Bobby James and his family escaped the house fire.

  Eureka School Museum project moves into next phase

The Eureka School Museum in Hattiesburg is getting closer and closer to being ready for visitors.

  Shop With The Panther Police provides Christmas cheer for students

Twelve students from the Petal School District went on a special Christmas shopping spree at Walmart on Thursday, thanks to “Shop With The Panther Police” program by the school’s police department.

Proposed Constitutional Amendment would provide strengthened crime victims’ rights

Bay Springs man sentenced for sexually assaulting child on cruise ship

Tim’s Two Cents: Former Southern Miss quarterback Lee Roberts

  Cherished Hearts works to bring a child advocacy center to Jones County

  Hattiesburg will bring in New Year with countdown celebration

Preacher convicted after raping 12-year-old girl in Memphis, DA says

Hattiesburg murder suspect arrested in Calif. extradited to Forrest County

A Hattiesburg murder suspect arrested in San Diego is now in custody in Forrest County.

Petal man arrested on drug, gun charges in Hattiesburg

A Petal man was arrested on gun and drug charges Wednesday afternoon in Hattiesburg.

Miss. native, Saints legend among 10 ex-NFL players charged with health care fraud

Ten former NFL players have been charged with defrauding the league’s health care benefit program, the Justice Department said Thursday.

Boil water notice issued in Jasper Co.

Customers will be notified when water is safe to drink.

  South Central Regional Medical Centers cuts ribbon on new ER facility

South Central Regional Medical Center in Laurel officially cut the ribbon on its new emergency room facility.

  African American Military History Museum to host annual Christmas Open House

The African American Military History Museum is hosting its Annual Christmas Open house.

Miss. farmers remain hopeful that a deal will be reached in the US-China trade war

U.S.-China trade war continues to weigh on soybean farmers.

  Tips for staying healthy this holiday season

Most people associate food with the holidays. A huge turkey dinner or prime rib, whatever the tradition is, involves consuming lots of calories. Some may be good for you, but more times than not, it means, sugars, sweets, and treats.

  Howard Industries makes toy donation to Angel Tree program in Laurel

Howard Industries in Laurel is helping make the holidays special for hundreds of kids in the Pine Belt area by teaming up with the Salvation Army of Laurel.

  Hattiesburg benefits from holiday revenue long after Christmas

Shopping centers and malls are filled with people buying gifts and goodies as Christmas comes closer. But how can all this spending help the residents of Hattiesburg?

55,000 pounds of El Monterey breakfast burritos recalled

Before you bite into that breakfast burrito, make sure it hasn’t been recalled.

Jones College responds to criticism from U.S. Justice Dept.

Jones College has issued a statement in response to a court filing by the U.S. Justice Department.

Treehouse resort coming to Gatlinburg in 2020

The treehouses will be available on Airbnb and VRBO in the spring.

  Todd Breland steps down as head coach of Laurel after 8 seasons

Todd Breland sat in his office, flipping through a list of former Laurel head football coaches - a program that dates back to 1907.Breland added his name to that list on Wednesday morning.

  Family says hackers accessed a Ring camera in their 8-year-old daughter’s room

The Ring camera was only up for four days in the girls’ room before the family says someone found a way to manipulate it, turning the security device into a room of horror.

USM hosting fall commencement Thursday and Friday

USM will host graduates and their families and friends during three fall commencement ceremonies spanning Thursday and Friday.

  Miss. Board of Education gets community feedback for Perkins V State Plan

The Mississippi State Board of Education is working to get community opinions and comments on the Perkins V State Plan.

  Future of Mississippi’s flag discussed in shadow of state’s birthday

There's still no consensus on what the state's flag should be moving into the future, but there's momentum behind an alternate design.

  Hattiesburg High School’s forensics team takes home awards

The Hattiesburg High School forensics team took home some hardware at a national qualifier competition. is known for their winning forensics program.

  Jones County schools demonstrate new safety technology for school buses

School buses in Jones County are getting new technology to ensure the safety of children as they are getting on and off the bus.

  Caught on Video: Miss. high school teacher assaults student

A mother is pressing charges after a teacher laid hands on her child.

  Shelter gets grant money thanks to the love for a kitten

outhern Pines Animal Shelter was awarded a $1,000 check on Tuesday thanks the Petco Foundation.

Emergency Missing Child Alert canceled; 11-year-old Boaz boy found safe

Boaz police say 11-year-old Zane Bradley Priest has been found and is safe.

Sen. Wicker displays Christmas tree decorated with Petal students’ ornaments

U.S. Sen. Roger Wicker displayed ornaments made by Petal High School students on his office Christmas tree in the nation’s capital.

NASA shines spotlight on Stennis Space Center

NASA continued its Artemis Day activities Tuesday by showing the world why Stennis Space Center in Hancock County is a key player in the agency’s quest to go back to the moon.

Preliminary hearing in Kamille ‘Cupcake’ McKinney murder case underway

A preliminary hearing in the Kamille ‘Cupcake’ McKinney murder case began on Tuesday morning.

HPD searching for two people in credit card fraud case at Turtle Creek Mall

The Hattiesburg Police Department is asking for the public’s helping in identifying two people believed to be involved in an ongoing credit card fraud investigation.

Georgia hires Matt Luke as assistant coach

Former Ole Miss head coach Matt Luke has a new coaching job in the SEC.

December 10 is Mississippi’s birthday

Mississippi was admitted into the U.S. as the 20th state in the Union on December 10, 1817.

Bomb squad investigating ‘suspicious item’ at Biloxi house

The bomb squad for Biloxi Police Department is investigating a “suspicious item” that was spotted by officers trying to serve an arrest warrant.

Last full moon of the decade to peak at 12:12 on 12/12

The 2010s are going out in style; cosmic style.

  Hattiesburg Fire Department raises almost $2,500 for family

As part of its yearly No Shave November fundraiser, the Hattiesburg Fire Department wanted to help Lane Smith and his family.

MDOT receives a multi-million dollar federal grant to buy buses for public transit

MDOT was recently awarded more than $5.6 million dollars to purchase more buses and related equipment.

  Making sure your vehicle is ready for holiday travel

Christmas is fast approaching and making sure your car is ready to go is crucial if you plan on driving out of town for the holidays.

Lane Kiffin lays out vision for Ole Miss football program

“This is a partnership here coming together today that I believe takes Ole Miss to the national level,” said Kiffin. “I’ve said before there’s football, and then there’s the SEC.”

  Jones College students relieve finals stress with rescue puppies

Students snuggle a few puppies in order to overcome the stress of finals week.

  East Hardy Street bridge to be replaced

The bridge connecting the cities of Hattiesburg and Petal on East Hardy Street is scheduled to be replaced with a new one.

Mother, grandmother indicted after 5-year-old Mississippi girl drowns in pond

The mother also faces four additional charges stemming from a previous incident.

Justice Dept. defends campus free speech following Jones College lawsuit

The U.S. Justice Department filed a Statement of Interest Monday supporting free speech on college campuses following a federal lawsuit in Mississippi.

Utah woman sues Mississippi fair over super slide injury

The slide has operated for 30 years at the fairgrounds and is among the event’s most popular rides

  Rosters released for 33rd Mississippi Alabama Football Classic

The best high school football seniors in Mississippi and Alabama will face off in the annual all-star game Saturday at M.M. Roberts Stadium in Hattiesburg.

Man arrested, charged with murder after shooting in George County

George County Sheriff’s deputies arrested 62-year-old Michael Alex Brock after he was identified as the suspect in a shooting that left another man dead Sunday, December 8.

$100K winning lottery ticket sold in Ridgeland

One lucky Mississippi Lottery winner is $100,000 richer.

Long-time Civil Rights Activist to be awarded honorary Doctorate at USM graduation

A long-time civil rights activist and educator will be awarded an honorary doctorate from the University of Southern Mississippi.

  Treat the Gut, Treat Depression: Medicine’s Next Big Thing?

The holidays are supposed to be a time of joy and celebration, but for some, money worries coupled with family stress can trigger depression. Studies have shown as many as 30 to 60 percent of people who take antidepressants do not get adequate relief from depression.

  Watching Your Wallet: Make smart money moves before 2020

From maxing out retirement contributions to checking your car insurance rates, experts say there are a few smart financial steps to take before the new year starts.

Police find more than $100,000 of meth in air fryer shipping to south Louisville

An investigation has been started by Louisville Metro Police after tracking a package containing $100,000 of meth inside an air fryer.

  ‘It’s just horrible’: Residents sound off after nearly two dozen shot in Jackson in one week

"People are NOT going to stay here if it is NOT safe."

  Roger Wicker reacts to Impeachment hearings

Roger Wicker reacts to impeachment hearings.

  Father lights candle in Light Up The Night for late 8-month-old son

The somber event was held at the Lake Terrace Convention Center by local organizations in observance of national children's Memorial Day.

  City of Hattiesburg begins reconstruction on S. 28th Ave. Bridge

The City of Hattiesburg says safety for motorists is their highest priority and must act now to get the bridge to a place where it is structurally sound.

Boil water notice issued for Petal residents

Residents are advised to boil drinking water for at least two minutes until further notice.

Mississippi State to face Louisville in Music City Bowl

The Bulldogs learned that they will be traveling up to Nashville, TN to take on Louisville in the Franklin American Mortgage Company Music City Bowl.

MWF Hunter’s Harvest Program opens with deer season

The program takes care of the underprivileged across the state with healthy meat during winter months.

  USM to meet Tulane in Armed Forces Bowl

USM to meet Tulane in 2020 Armed Forces Bowl.

USM looks to renew Battle for the Bell rivalry in the Armed Forces Bowl

The Golden Eagles will face the Tulane Green Wave on Jan 4., 2020.

  Corinth thumps Poplarville in 4A title game

Corinth overpowered Poplarville on their way to a 55-21 victory.

  Tartars beat North Side 49-18 for 2A title

Tartars junior running back wins game MVP with 113 yards on 13 carries and three touchdowns.