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Preliminary Work on Lowndes County Roads

LOWNDES COUNTY, Miss. (WCBI-TV) – The Lowndes County road department will begin working on roads this summer, but site preparation is already underway. Crews were on Martin and Old Wolfe Roads Wednesday, in Caledonia, doing some pre-leveling work. The actual paving and patch work will start in July. 33 roads in the county are scheduled to receive some type of paving ...

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Schaefer Named Finalist for National Coach of the Year

STARKVILLE, Miss. (WCBI/MSU Athletics) – With March Madness set to begin in Starkville this weekend, Mississippi State head coach Vic Schaefer has been named one of four finalists for the Werner Ladder Naismith Coach of the Year Award. Schaefer is joined in the final group by Karen Aston of Texas, Geno Auriemma of Connecticut and Scott Rueck of Oregon State. ...

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VIDEO: An Alabama Hospital Is No Longer Accepting Mississippi Medicaid, Many Mississippi Families Are Feeling The Impact

AMORY, Miss. (WCBI)-Children’s Hospital of Alabama is no longer accepting Mississippi Medicaid. The decision comes after a contract dispute between the hospital and Medicaid. This comes as devastating news for one Amory family. “I’m frustrated,” said Bill Elam, who’s son regularly goes to the Children’s of Alabama. Elam said he was made aware of this decision this past Friday. He’s been taking ...

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Video: Teamwork is Key in Solving Homicide Cases

CLAY COUNTY, Miss. (WCBI) – Double homicides are rare and even more so in smaller towns. With Tuesday night’s investigation underway in Clay County, the people who work in law enforcement in neighboring counties want to help. “As soon as the call went out, I immediately started getting calls from around the state, surrounding agencies and sheriff’s- even the US ...

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Video: Starkville Residents Come Together to Support Vandalized Church

STARKVILLE, Miss. (WCBI) –Starkville residents say it’s time to heal after a church sign is vandalized. Someone carved the letters “KKK” on this church billboard at Victory Center. Bishop Michael Boyd, the church’s pastor, says once the story aired on WCBI support from the community started pouring in. A “Go-Fund-Me” account was started online, and as of Wednesday afternoon $395.00 ...

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Federal judge in Hawaii puts Trump travel ban on hold

Hawaii Attorney General Douglas Chin, left, and Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum speak at a press conference outside the federal courthouse, Wednesday, March 15, 2107, in Honolulu. Hearings were scheduled Wednesday in Maryland, Washington state and Hawaii on President Donald Trump’s travel ban. The lawsuit claims the ban harms Hawaii by highlighting the state’s dependence on international travelers, its ethnic ...

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The Latest: Judge who put ban on hold questions evidence

Hawaii Attorney General Douglas Chin speaks at a press conference outside the federal courthouse, Wednesday, March 15, 2107, in Honolulu. Hearings were scheduled Wednesday in Maryland, Washington state and Hawaii on President Donald Trump’s travel ban. Hawaii’s lawsuit claims the ban harms Hawaii by highlighting the state’s dependence on international travelers, its ethnic diversity and its welcoming reputation as the ...

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Rise in reports of sexual assault at U.S. Navy, Army academies

There was a rise in reports of sexual assault at U.S. Navy and Army military academies in the last year, the Department of Defense said on Wednesday. An annual report, based on anonymous surveys, said reports of sexual assault in total across the military academies had decreased slightly in the last year, and the Air Force Academy specifically saw a ...

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