The East Mississippi Community College football team lost its first game in more than two years Thursday night.
East Mississippi Community College sophomore defensive back C.J. Reavis admits he had to go to Google to gather some information before signing with the Lions in August.
Two schools in the Golden Triangle are the only schools in Mississippi this year to be recognized for improving health and wellness for students by the Alliance for a Healthier Generation.
Buddy Stephens knew the East Mississippi Community College football team hadn't had a lot of success before he took the job. He didn't care.
There is a picture of Jennifer Swoope, as a very little girl, sitting in the bank president's chair at BancorpSouth in West Point.
Monroe County Sheriff Cecil Cantrell said his department is offering a reward for any information that leads to the arrest of a man who shot a deputy Monday morning.
A Monroe County Sheriff's deputy was shot while carrying out a traffic stop early this morning.
A Corinth police officer has been discharged from a North Mississippi hospital, two days after being shot at close range during a struggle with a man.
West Point law enforcement officials are asking for the public's help in locating a man accused of assaulting a woman in May.
Authorities have identified Titus Jeshua Lamb, 23, as the main suspect in the bank robbery of Renasant Bank in West Point last month.
De'Andre Johnson, the former Florida State University quarterback dismissed from that team after video surfaced showing him punching a woman, will not play for the East Mississippi Community College football team this fall.
Two West Point men died from separate motorcycle accidents Saturday in Clay County.
A Smithville man is dead following a motorcycle crash in downtown Amory.
A body found along Splunge Road in late June has been identified as Johnny Pace, a 28-year-old from Sulligent, Alabama.
A man from Reform, Alabama, will spend the rest of his life in prison after being convicted of sexually abusing multiple children.
The first day of school is an exercise in anxiety.
Officials with 4-County Electric Power Association are warning customers to be aware of a scam involving people falsely identifying themselves as utility company employees in an effort to steal from homeowners.
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