Erin Wilson joined WTVA in 2018.
Erin Wilson is from Memphis, Tennessee, and a graduate of Christian Brothers University.
The public was invited to grab food and groceries from the St. Luke food pantry in Tupelo.
Starting Saturday, March 14 local nursing homes and assisted living facilities are no longer allowing visitors due to the rising risk of spreading Coronavirus.
Thursday, March 12, 2020 Tupelo Mayor Jason Shelton requsted that Tupelo Public Schools extend it's spring break by two days.
The Mississippi State Department of Health has asked for crowds larger than 250 not to gather due to the Coronavirus risk.
John Forsythe from Pontotoc has asked for help from the community to track down who killed his two family dogs.
Shelton and other city officials gathered Tuesday, March 3 to discuss new and current initiatives coming to the city of Tupelo, including the new efforts to keep Tupelo beautiful.
A man first sentenced to death for a 1998 killing in east Alabama will instead serve life without parole for the killing.
Authorities have identified one of two inmates who died recently at a Mississippi prison that's under U.S. Justice Department investigation.
Retired Assistant Surgeon General Pamela Schweitzer said Mississippians do not have much to worry about at this point concerning the coronavirus.
In mid-march, people in the community will receive a notice by mail to complete the 2020 Census.