Thursday, July 28 Morning Forecast Discussion

Warm and muggy conditions last through the end of July along with scattered to isolated shower chances.

Preparations are being made for this year's Alzheimer's Walk here in Meridian.

Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves defends recent legislature while Attorney General Jim Hood slams latest bills for being social issues that "don't do anything for everyday Mississippians."

There are reports Calvary Christian School will not be open for the new school year, but school and church officials said a news release would be issued Thursday.

Sumter County sheriff removed from office

Guilty verdict in Christopher Morris murder trial

Officer creates special bond with 90-year-old neighbor

Teen killed in fatal accident in Neshoba County

Meridian Day at the Neshoba County Fair

Surviving the Silent Killer, Part 2

SE Meridian residents experiencing brown water

A servant's heart: Sandy Johnson

Updates from the 2016 Democratic National Convention

Enterprise High School awarded grant from Lowe’s

Mississippi man finds POW bracelet

Bentley calling special session for state lottery

West Alabama utility issues warning

MHS band students learn from the best

Wednesday at the Neshoba County Fair

Mississippi Power announces additional Kemper overrun

Thousands sign up for Mississippi No Call cellphone registry

July 27, 2016 Lauderdale County Arrest Report

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