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    Body recovered at Ross Barnett Reservoir

    Body recovered at Ross Barnett Reservoir

    Monday, June 18 2018 2:03 AM EDT2018-06-18 06:03:51 GMT
    Source: WLBTSource: WLBT

    A man's body has been recovered from the Ross Barnett Reservoir following a boating accident. Law enforcement officers tells us he is one of two man who fell from a boat near the Breakers Sunday night.

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    A man's body has been recovered from the Ross Barnett Reservoir following a boating accident. Law enforcement officers tells us he is one of two man who fell from a boat near the Breakers Sunday night.

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  • A Councilman fed up with the crumbling infrastructure in west Jackson

    A Councilman fed up with the crumbling infrastructure in west Jackson

    Monday, June 18 2018 1:42 AM EDT2018-06-18 05:42:36 GMT
    Source: WLBTSource: WLBT

    One Jackson City Councilman says he is fed up with the crumbling infrastructure on the west side of town. He wants to see more tax dollars go toward fixing that part of the city.

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    One Jackson City Councilman says he is fed up with the crumbling infrastructure on the west side of town. He wants to see more tax dollars go toward fixing that part of the city.

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  • Mississippi Royalty the first professional female football team in state

    Mississippi Royalty the first professional female football team in state

    Monday, June 18 2018 12:49 AM EDT2018-06-18 04:49:57 GMT
    Mississippi Royalty. Courtesy: WDAMMississippi Royalty. Courtesy: WDAM

    Shoulder pads and helmets, loud sidelines and, of course, tackling. Saturday had all the signs of a fall Friday night in the Pine Belt – the only difference was the all-female cast that took to San Antonio Field in Hattiesburg. It was the Mississippi Royalty, representing as the state’s first female football team in the Women’s Football Alliance. “Mississippi Royalty? We’re about head-knocking and highlight-making..."

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    Shoulder pads and helmets, loud sidelines and, of course, tackling. Saturday had all the signs of a fall Friday night in the Pine Belt – the only difference was the all-female cast that took to San Antonio Field in Hattiesburg. It was the Mississippi Royalty, representing as the state’s first female football team in the Women’s Football Alliance. “Mississippi Royalty? We’re about head-knocking and highlight-making..."

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