Stephanie Rebman


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Daily Journal TUPELO – Power has been restored to west Tupelo after an explosion at a substation. Power was lost late Saturday afternoon in the western part of Tupelo due to a fire at a substation on Cliff Gookin Boulevard. Outages started about 6:40 p.m. The fire was out as of about 7:05 p.m. According […]

Daily Journal Tupelo Water and Light is currently fixing a power outage in parts of downtown. According to TWL, a crew is trying to isolate the cause of a outage that occurred just before 11 p.m. It is possible a substation has been affected. Parts of the affected area had power return around 11:35 p.m.

By William Moore Daily Journal ECRU – An 11-year-old boy died at a Memphis hospital Saturday after being hit be a car days earlier. According to Ecru Police Chief Jake Chisholm, Brandon Tyler Spears, 11, was walking alone in downtown Ecru around 5 p.m. Thursday. He was in the 700 block of Main Street when […]

  By Ray Van Dusen Monroe Journal In an investigation that’s been building for 11-and-a-half months, the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office began serving warrants on the first of more than 400 people for various charges. According to Sheriff Cecil Cantrell, 24 people were arrested May 7, and his department will continue to arrest others for […]

Daily Journal Jackson, MS- A Fulton resident is going to prison for child exploitation, announced Attorney General Jim Hood today. James Mark House, 47, of Fulton entered an open plea of guilty Thursday, before Circuit Court Judge Paul Funderburk, to two counts of child exploitation after being found in possession of child pornography.   The […]

By Jeff Eubanks Oxford Citizen OXFORD – Four people bound for Oxford on Friday died when the small plane they were traveling in crashed onto the eastbound lanes of Interstate 285 near Peachtree Industrial Boulevard in Atlanta. The Piper PA-32 aircraft crashed around 10 a.m. EST after taking off from DeKalb-Peachtree Airport where the plane […]

By Stephanie Rebman Daily Journal OXFORD – Libby Lytle can, and will, talk someone into handcuffs. And it goes beyond the 46-year-old’s job as a captain with the Oxford Police Department. It’s her nod to womankind – to help ladies find empowerment and show them if you don’t have the bicep strength, you can use […]

By Stephanie Rebman Daily Journal A Myrtle man died in a Chickasaw County crash Friday afternoon. According to Mississippi Highway Patrol’s Criss Turnipseed, the fatal crash was about 3:30 p.m. on Mississippi Highway 245 about half a mile north of U.S. Highway 45 Alternate. William Browning, 47, was pronounced dead at the scene. His F-250 […]

By Stephanie Rebman Daily Journal As a former Army combat engineer who would run into enemy fire to fix a tank that had been struck, heading up 444 miles of IT services for the Natchez Trace Parkway is a little less intimidating for Marcus Foster. Foster, 52, has served as the parkway’s information technology administrator […]

Monroe Journal SMITHVILLE – According to Monroe County Sheriff’s Office Public Relations Officer Tanya Willems, an Amber Alert issued Wednesday afternoon for a missing 9-year-old has been canceled. The boy, 9-year-old Eli Moreland, was spotted just before 6:30 p.m. near Mt. Zion and Donnie Carter roads where he had last been seen by a motorist […]