Winter storm could bring rare snow to Arkansas, Mississippi and Georgia

A rare winter storm could bring snow and icy conditions to the South before moving into the Northeast over the MLK weekend.  The storm is currently located in the Pacific Ocean and will move to Arkansas, Mississippi, Tennessee, Georgia, the Carolinas, Virginia and into the Northeast. In the Appalachian and Eastern Seaboard, it will most … Read more

Man who finished last in his fantasy football league is forced to spend 24 hours at a Waffle House

A Mississippi man who came in last in his fantasy football league was forced to spend 24 hours in a Waffle House — but he was able to shave off one hour of his punishment for every waffle he consumed.  Lee Sanderlin, an investigative and political reporter for the Clarion-Ledger in Jacksonville, live-tweeted his unforgettable journey, … Read more

Video shows diners ducking for cover as warring families throw things across Mississippi restaurant 

Diners duck for cover as huge brawl breaks out and chairs, silverware and napkin holders are thrown across busy Mississippi seafood restaurant A video of a wild brawl between families inside a Jackson, Mississippi seafood restaurant quickly went viral They threw chairs, silverware and napkin holders at each other from across the restaurant, fist fought … Read more

Dramatic moment tornado tears through Central Mississippi

Dramatic footage has captured the moment a tornado tore through Central Mississippi, bringing flash flooding and leaving 34,000 homes without power.   A video posted to social media shows a twister charting a path through Pelahatchie, Rankin County, late Friday evening, as a tornado siren blares in the background as a warning to local residents. Another … Read more

CDC director warns of ‘impending doom’ as cases, hospitalizations and deaths rise

America’s top health official is warning of ‘impending doom,’ as COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths all spike ominously in the U.S.  ‘I am scared,’ said Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) director Dr Rochelle Walensky during an emotional Monday press briefing.   ‘When I first started at CDC about two months ago, I made a … Read more

NASA to ignite $18.6BN Space Launch System ‘megarocket’ TODAY for eight minutes

NASA is set to ignite the engines of its $18.6 billion Space Launch System rocket later today in an eight minute test designed to confirm it is ready for launch. This would be the second hot fire test of the massive engines, and the final fire test before the second stage is moved to the launchpad … Read more

NASA will ignite its $18.6BILLION Space Launch System ‘megarocket’ TODAY

NASA is set to ignite the engines of its $18.6 billion Space Launch System rocket later today in an eight minute test designed to confirm it is ready for launch. This would be the second hot fire test of the massive engines, and the final fire test before the second stage is moved to the launchpad … Read more

Sheffield pensioner builds matchstick models of the Notre Dame, Tower Bridge and more global venues

A creative pensioner has built matchstick models of famous landmarks from across the globe, including Tower Bridge, Notre Dame and the Statue of Liberty. Derrick, 87, from Sheffield, has spent countless hours in his kitchen building miniature versions of iconic venues from around the world. He finished his most recent creation, the Mississippi Boat, during … Read more

Covid US: One every 500 infected have died in ten states according to shock data

Coronavirus cases and deaths are continuing to plummet across the United States with some of the lowest daily figures recorded in months. On Sunday, a total of 40,340 new infections were reported, according to data from Johns Hopkins University, which is a 28 percent decline from the 56,044 cases recorded just two weeks ago.  This is … Read more

Maskless revelers take to the streets in Mississippi after mask mandate is lifted

Hundred of people took to the streets of Mississippi without a mask in sight on Friday night after the state lifted their COVID 19 restrictions on March 3. Oxford, home of Ole Miss, saw people out in full force, eating at restaurants and shopping at stores like the coronavirus pandemic was a distant memory – rather than … Read more