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Fire safety tips for Thanksgiving

Don’t burn the turkey this Thanksgiving and try not to burn anything else. More kitchen fires happen on Thanksgiving Day than any other day of the year. That’s according to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA). In 2019, U.S. fire departments responded to an estimated 1,400 home cooking fires on Thanksgiving. Additional Thanksgiving fire safety tips from the NFPA: ... Read More.

Former Whippets to square off in Egg Bowl

When Mississippi State and Ole Miss take the field Thursday for the 94th Battle for the Golden Egg, a couple of former Whippets will be on opposites of the ball. Former Whippets Xavier "Bobo" Miller and Antonio Harmon will face off against each other for the first time, Miller as a Rebel and Harmon as a Bulldog. "Man... Read More.

MVA Reported on Highway 12 Today

6:45 a.m. – Kosciusko Police patrolled the area of Tipton Street when a caller alerted dispatch to a possible gunshot being fired there. No disturbance was found in the area. 1:45 p.m. – Kosciusko Police were dispatched to a minor two-vehicle collision on Highway 12 near McDonalds. There were no injuries.

McAdams football star de-commits from University of Oregon

One of the most sought after football recruits in the country, and Attala County native, Percy Lewis has de-committed from the University of Oregon. Lewis made the announcement Tuesday morning on his Twitter account. "After me and my family talked over my recruitment process I want to de-commit from the University of Oregon," Lewis wrote. "I want to... Read More.

Mobile ID now available in Mississippi

The Mississippi Department of Public Safety has announced a partnership with IDEMIA, the world-leading biometric and identity solutions provider, to introduce Mississippi Mobile ID to residents. Mississippi Mobile ID is a digital version of a physical driver’s license that will allow residents to control their identity via a free app on their smartphone. Mississippi Mobile ID will... Read More.

Why You’re Being Advised to Shop Around for Gas

KOSCIUSKO, Miss.--It's another COVID Thanksgiving. But, that does come with a little bit of an upside. Gas prices may go down some before you travel. The experts say it has to do with the strategic release of crude oil reserves into the market and rising COVID cases in the U.S. and around the world. "Some countries are... Read More.