June 5, 2020
Law enforcement officers are searching in the Holly Springs area for three men who reportedly stole guns from a gun store and a safe from a gas station in New Albany.
June 5, 2020
A local physician said fewer patients are showing up for appointments since the start of the pandemic.
They say baseball is America's past time well according to some of the players from the Tupelo 49ers it's past time that baseball returns.
Parks and Recreation officials said the decision was made due to ongoing health concerns.
The Starkville community is finalizing plans to hold a peaceful protest this weekend.
Chromatix hair salon owner, Steven Conner, said he's going above and beyond the requirements to keep people safe.
Meet Carson. He was diagnosed with blood cancer and is now in the fight for his life.
The Aberdeen Parks and Recreation Department announced today that it will not open its recreation facility and parks this summer in Aberdeen.
Aquí está lo mas importante para esta fin de semana.
Coronavirus concerns cause school leaders to cancel all summer programs for the Tupelo Public School District.
Wednesday afternoon marked the first day of this year’s virtual-based Elvis Presley Festival.
When Kermit's Outlaw Kitchen was shutdown because of the virus, owner Mitch McCamey took his business plan and threw it away.
Several police officers took advantage of a coronavirus testing site Wednesday in Booneville.
The Courthouse in Downtown Tupelo is trying to reopen after closing Monday. The courthouse initially closed after an employee tested positive for the coronavirus.
Itawamba County courthouse has added extra precautions for safety measures.
Prentiss-County Agri-center turned into testing site
The Meadows in Fulton at one point had 34 cases of coronavirus, since last Friday, the facility is coronavirus free.
The state health department reported 302 new cases of the coronavirus and 15 new deaths Wednesday, June 3.
June 3, 2020
My Big Run Comes to Tupelo
North Green Street Church of Christ will continue online services to keep members safe.
The Lee County Library is open for business and open to the public but there are multiple safety procedures put in place since it's reopening.
Religious leaders host prayer gathering a Tupelo City Hall
WTVA reporter Wayne Hereford spoke with the market's owner and a local animal rescuer about the claims.
Hometown Pizza in Nettleton hopes to reopen their dining rooms within a week and a half
Nettleton's soccer team started their summer practices Tuesday with a few new regulations.
Masks Needed For Deaf and Those With Facial Weakness
A Houston, Texas, man is accused of playing a part in the shooting death of a 48-year-old man from Columbus.
North Mississippi Health Services updated its visitation policy.
The state health department reported 268 new cases of the coronavirus and 28 new deaths Tuesday, June 2.
With the Safer At Home order expiring, but safety measures still in place, restaurants like Amsterdam are finding new ways to make the best of the situation.
The 2020 St Jude Dream Home Giveaway kicks of June 11th.
In this week’s addition of Skilled to Work, reporter Sydney Darden spoke with WTVA's chief engineer about the lucrative business of television technology.
The Lee County courthouse is closed because an employee recently tested positive for the coronavirus.
Applebee's employees and customers are going through new normals as the dining experience has slightly changed.
Aquí está lo mas importante para esta semana.
Project Homestead food pantry in West Point is welcoming volunteers and donations to help serve the community.
Multiple North Mississippi Boys and Girls clubs will reopen June 8.
Armed forces of Tupelo adding safety precautions to the recruiting process
After over two months of closed doors, the NMMC Wellness Centers are poised to reopen on June 1st. Staff and members are ready to get back into shape.
Tupelo's watery attractions are open again. Here are some reactions from people who visited the park on its first day back in operation.
Workers at the Oktibbeha County Humane Society can continue to save lives after the society received a coronavirus grant.
The NMMC Wellness Centers are reopening their doors to the public on June 1st. They've implemented some changes to keep members safe.
Oktibbeha County sees a spike in coronavirus cases Friday.
Data is updated nightly.