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  1. Fussy Toddlers Watch More TV, Study Says

    Fussy toddlers tend to watch more television and videos than kids who are less irritable.

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  2. Floodwaters Bring in Trash Along River Banks

    HINDS COUNTY, Miss. - "The flooding is washing all the debris off of the woodlands and farmlands." George Roach fishes at the Ross Barnett reservoir, hesays he's noticed trash piling up throughout the area because of recent flooding. "Just going to bring it down the river and it's really not good for fishing not good for the environment," says Roach.Marsha Hobson is the executive director for "Keep Jackson Beautiful" an organization that strives to keep this from happening. "It is truly frus...

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  3. Simpson County Dam Bursts

    The Neely Lake Dam in Simpson County has burst. The informationcomes fromadispatcher attheSimpson County Sheriff's Department.It happened Tuesday (4-15-14)night around 10 o'clock. When our crew arrived, Delancy Road, near the dam,was flooded.Representatives from the Mississippi EmergencyManagementAgency were on the scene. There is no official word yet how many families could be affected by the flood waters.Recent heavy rains could have played a role, but nothing is confirmed yet. There is no...

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  4. Meth Arrest in Attala County

    Officials in Attala County arrest one person after meth is found at a home in the Zama community. According to the Attala County Sheriff’s Office, Terry Wayne Parks, 28, was arrested and charged with possession of a controlled substance. After executing a search warrant, authorities recovered five grams of methamphetamine, commonly known as “ice,” from a home in the 2300 block of Attala Road on Thursday. Parks has since been released on a $5,000 bond.

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  5. Faulkner Glad to be a Pro

    HATTIESBURG, Miss. - Southern Miss' point guard Jamierra Faulkner was selected as the 34th pick in the 2014 WNBA Draft by the Chicago Sky on Monday night at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Conn.

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  6. Jackson Police Needs Help Identifying a Burglary Suspect

    Jackson Police needs the public’s help identifying a burglary suspect. On March 29, two men broke into the End Zone Sports Bar on 3002 Terry Road. Police say they stole merchandise from the bar. The complainant in the case identified one of the suspects as 46-year old Theodus Lindsey. Lindsey was taken into custody on the scene and arrested later for the business burglary. The other unidentified suspect fled the sc...

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  7. NW Rankin Run-Rules Madison Central

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  8. MYSTERY MONDAY: VIN of the Georgetown-born "Morrowmobile"

    Vehicle Identifications Numbers (or "VINs") can tell you a lot of information but the most basic of it is the type of car.Run one - it's a Toyota Corolla.Run another - it's a Ford F-150.But there's a VIN in Hinds County that when you put it in the system it only comes back as "Morrowmobile".If you're asking yourself how that's legal, Jacob Kittilstad drives-through the bureaucracy this MYSTERY MONDAY.Click here to watch last week's MYSTERY MONDAY: Kosciusko Missing Hand in MarriageWhen Johnny...

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  9. New State Law To Cover Text Messages From Public Officials

    The Mississippi Ethics Commission hands down a landmark opinion on public officials' text messages about government business. The unanimous decision states texts are public records, even if they are sent from a government official’s personal cell phone. The non-binding opinion came after a dispute between the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal and Tupelo mayor Jason Shelton. You see Mayor Shelton uses his personal ...

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  10. Yazoo H.S. Student Killed in Morning Crash

    A teenage girl is dead and another is recovering at a Jackson hospital after a single car crash this morning on U.S. 49 in Yazoo County around 8:30 Thursday morning.

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