Infant Murder Charges Hinge on Autopsy

GREENVILLE, MS (Ben Caxton) — Greenville Police released a statement Wednesday evening saying that they have been officially notified of the passing of the baby born three months prematurely to the 23-year-old woman who was found shot five times on a Greenville street Sunday afternoon. Assistant Chief Michael Merchant says…


Infant Delivered After Shooting Dies

JACKSON, MS (Ben Caxton) — The baby delivered 3-months prematurely by a Greenville woman who was shot five times by her boyfriend on Sunday has died. The six-months pregnant 23-year-old was transported to Delta Regional Medical Center and then flown to Jackson for treatment after police found her lying wounded…





New Hats in the Ring for Mississippi Governor

JACKSON, MS (Ben Caxton) — Just days after Republican State Representative Robert Foster announced his potential candidacy for Governor, Velesha Williams became the second Democrat in the race along with current Attorney General Jim Hood. A 1983 graduate of Jackson State University, Williams earned her Master’s degree in Criminology and…



CPU Listens to Customer Feedback

CLARKSDALE, MS (Paul Wilson WROX Radio) — Yesterday the board of Clarksdale Public Utilities voted to stop charging for customers to pick the date their bill is due. Responding to customer feedback, CPU General Manager Curtis Boschert asked for the change; approximately 300 CPU customers use the “pick a due…