Greenwood Votes out 20 Year Hospital Board Veteran

Thursday, May 23
GREENWOOD, MS (Ben Caxton) — The City of Greenwood voted to add some new blood to the Greenwood Leflore Hosptial board at its meeting this week... Read more at DeltaDailyNews.com.

38 New Graduates in Shaw Friday Night

Thursday, May 23
SHAW, MS (Ben Caxton) — Shaw will have 38 new graduates in town by tomorrow night. The Shaw High School students will receive their diplomas during... Read more at DeltaDailyNews.com.

Child Shoots Child at County Sheriff’s Home

Thursday, May 23
WEBSTER COUNTY, MS (Ben Caxton) — A child was shot in the chest by another child at the home of the acting Webster County Sheriff Andy... Read more at DeltaDailyNews.com.

Corinth Senior Dies in Crash Day Before Graduation

Thursday, May 23
CORINTH, MS (Ben Caxton) — A Corinth high school senior died in a car accident Monday night, the day before he was to graduate. 18-year... Read more at DeltaDailyNews.com.

White Officer Shoots Black Lover in the Head

Thursday, May 23
OXFORD, MS (Ben Caxton) — An white Oxford Police officer has been arrested in the death of a black 32-year-old mother of four. Dominique... Read more at DeltaDailyNews.com.

1 in 4 Mississippi 3rd Graders Fail Reading Test

Thursday, May 23
YAZOO COUNTY, MS (Ben Caxton) — About one in four Mississippi third graders failed a toughened reading test on the first try this spring. Mississippi is... Read more at DeltaDailyNews.com.

MSU Extends Head Football Coach Through 2022

Thursday, May 23
STARKVILLE, MS (Ben Caxton) — Mississippi State University has extended the contract for football coach Joe Moorhead through the 2022 season and will pay him an... Read more at DeltaDailyNews.com.

Judge Says Abortion Law "Smacks Of Defiance"

Wednesday, May 22
JACKSON, MS (Ben Caxton) — The same federal judge who struck down Mississippi’s 15-week abortion ban last year is hearing arguments about a... Read more at DeltaDailyNews.com.

Drugmakers Want Arkansas Opioid Lawsuit Tossed

Wednesday, May 22
LITTLE ROCK, AR (Ben Caxton) — Like many states, Arkansas thinks drugmakers who used deceptive marketing field a spike in opioid abuse and deaths that has... Read more at DeltaDailyNews.com.