Delta Daily News Headlines

Lousiana Dog Shot Twice Recovering in Vicksburg

Friday, November 15
VICKSBURG, MS (Ben Caxton) — A Vicksburg animal shelter is now home to Riley, a 2-year-old Great Dane shot twice in the head in... Read more at DeltaDailyNews.com.

Enrollment Drops 6% at Mississippi Valley State

Friday, November 15
ITTA BENA, MS (Ben Caxton) — Enrollment at Mississippi Valley State dropped more than at any of the state’s eight public university’s... Read more at DeltaDailyNews.com.

State to Manage Phil Bryant’s Wildlife

Friday, November 15
ROLLING FORK, MS (Ben Caxton) — State officials gathered near Rolling Fork Wednesday to dedicate the Phil Bryant Wildlife Management Area. The 18,000-acre site... Read more at DeltaDailyNews.com.

New Secretary Of State Will Work to Change Election Law

Friday, November 15
JACKSON, MS (Ben Caxton) — Mississippi’s incoming secretary of state says he will work to change a Jim Crow-era election system that requires... Read more at DeltaDailyNews.com.

Welcome Aboard the U.S.S. Thad Cochran

Friday, November 15
WASHINGTON, DC (Ben Caxton) — The Navy will name a ship after late Republican Senator Thad Cochran of Mississippi. Cochran was a Navy veteran and his... Read more at DeltaDailyNews.com.

Memphis 12-Year-Old Attempts Armed Carjacking

Thursday, November 14
MEMPHIS, AR (Ben Caxton) — Memphis Police say a 12-year-old tried to steal a woman’s car in a grocery store parking lot... Read more at DeltaDailyNews.com.

Another Fatal U.S. 49 Wreck Claims Greenwood Woman

Thursday, November 14
GREENWOOD, MS (Ben Caxton) — A former elementary school teacher in Greenwood has died from injuries she suffered in the second head-on crash of the... Read more at DeltaDailyNews.com.

Former Mississippi House Speaker Billy Mccoy Passes

Thursday, November 14
TUPELO, MS (Ben Caxton) — A former Speaker of the Mississippi House has passed away. Billy McCoy was first elected in 1979 and served 28 years... Read more at DeltaDailyNews.com.

Mississippi Drivers Face Top Ten Animal Collision Risk

Thursday, November 14
WASHINGTON, DC (Ben Caxton) — West Virginia is the state a driver is most likely to run into an animal, with a likelihood of one in... Read more at DeltaDailyNews.com.