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TUPELO, Miss (WTVA) -- We protect our children, right? But, what about our seniors? Senior citizen protection takes top priority at the annual Triad Fall Festival. Entertainment is a component of this festival, but important issues are also addressed like crime. Lee County Sheriff Jim Johnson says seniors are gathered for a day of fun that includes valuable information that
HICKORY FLAT, Miss. — If you drive past Hickory Flat Attendance Center, you'll see an empty softball field with bright lights blaring and a blank scoreboard blinking. It's no mistake. The lights and scoreboard will continue to stay on until the funeral of Head Lady Rebels Softball Coach Cyndal Cleveland. "She loved just being able to coach us and be
UNION COUNTY, Miss (WTVA) -- Sheriff's Deputies in Union County are searching for 67 year old Lee Howard, Junior. Officials say Howard left a house located at 697 Linda Way in Forest Park Georgia, on October 16 around 9 a.m. and has not been seen since. They say he was on his way to visit his sister in Union County.
TERRY, Miss (WTVA) -- The Mississippi Bureau of Investigation is cancelling a Silver Alert for a couple from Brunswick, Georgia. Seventy-eight year old Carolyn L. Baker and 80 year old Lane R. Baker were last seen Wednesday, October 22 in the Spring Lake Drive area of Terry, Mississippi. The couple was found safe in Georgia.
TUPELO, Miss. (WTVA) -- Tupelo Police Department Chief of Detectives Captain Jerry Davis reads an email and does not like what he sees. "Neighborhood warning system. That's just not something I'm familiar with," said Captain Davis. The email is sent from Neighborhoods Alert. It claims to be an automatically generated email alert delivered based on your local zip code/IP. It
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — The Mississippi Supreme Court says it won't revive an election challenge by a candidate who lost a Republican primary to Sen. Thad Cochran. Justices agreed with Cochran's attorneys, who say state Sen. Chris McDaniel waited too long to challenge Cochran's victory in the June 24 primary runoff. The 4-2 Supreme Court ruling was handed down Friday,
CORINTH, Miss. (WTVA) -- Changes are coming to the Corinth Police Department. "I want to provide the best possible service for our city that we can possibly have," Chief Ralph Dance said. At the center of all that change is newly elected police chief Ralph Dance. He's replacing former chief David Lancaster. "I'm looking forward to getting out and
CORINTH, Miss. (WTVA) -- Corinth's mayor, Tommy Irwin, was sworn into office Friday. This is Irwin's second term as mayor. He was first elected in 2010. He ran unopposed in the election earlier this month. At the swearing in, Irwin talked about how he plans to work closely with other city leaders to improve Corinth. Next week, Corinth's Board of
BOONEVILLE, Miss. (WTVA) -- Some teachers and students in Booneville are supporting breast cancer awareness month. Eight of them donated their hair at Booneville High School's pep rally Friday. The hair was sent to Pantene Make the Cut which uses the hair to make wigs for people who have cancer. Teachers said this donation shows the students and the community the