Another Home Breakin-In in Shelby

Saturday, January 19
SHELBY, MS (Ben Caxton) — This week brought yet another home invasion in Shelby. Police were called to a home in the 1500 block of Jeffery... Read more at DeltaDailyNews.com.

Baxter Plant Expanding in Cleveland

Saturday, January 19
CLEVELAND, MS (Ben Caxton) — Baxter International in Cleveland is expanding again. Spokesman for the American Healthcare Company’s Delta site say the plant addition... Read more at DeltaDailyNews.com.

Mississippi Nissan Plant Cutting 700 Workers

Saturday, January 19
CANTON, MS (Ben Caxton) — Citing slowing sales for the vans and Titan pickup trucks made in its Canton, Mississippi, plant, Nissan Motor Co. announced Thursday... Read more at DeltaDailyNews.com.

Jackson Sees Four Homicides – in One Day

Saturday, January 19
JACKSON, MS (Ben Caxton) — The homicide count in Jackson so far this year stands at 10 dead. That’s one murder every other day... Read more at DeltaDailyNews.com.

Clarksdale Fire Chief Issues Challenge to Police

Saturday, January 19
CLARKSDALE, MS (Ben Caxton) — Chief Rocky Nabors and the Clarksdale Fire Department have challenged the police department and the community at large to a fitness... Read more at DeltaDailyNews.com.

Clarksdale Developing Five-Year Police Plan

Friday, January 18
CLARKSDALE, MS (Ben caxton) — The city of Clarksdale is using a $75,000 grant to develop a five-year strategic plan for the police department... Read more at DeltaDailyNews.com.

Cleveland Lawmaker Wants to Be Transportation Chief

Friday, January 18
CLEVELAND, MS (Ben Caxton) — A retiring Cleveland State Senator has set his sights on becoming Mississippi Transportation Commissioner. 25-year senate veteran, Democrat State Senator... Read more at DeltaDailyNews.com.

Vicksburg Police Looking for Dillard’s Purse Snatchers

Friday, January 18
VICKSBURG, MS (Ben Caxton) — A botched purse robbery Tuesday in Vicksburg has police searching for the culprits. Three men reportedly entered the Dillard’s... Read more at DeltaDailyNews.com.

Percy Street House Fire Intentionally Set

Friday, January 18
GREENVILLE, MS (Ben Caxton) — A Sunday fire that destroyed an empty house on Percy street was intentionally set. That was the ruling of an investigation... Read more at DeltaDailyNews.com.