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  • Thursday @10: Storage unit provides insight into notorious Mid-South murder

    Thursday @10: Storage unit provides insight into notorious Mid-South murder

    Wednesday, June 28 2017 6:33 PM EDT2017-06-28 22:33:33 GMT
    (Source: WMC Action News 5)(Source: WMC Action News 5)

    An abandoned storage unit gives insight into a notorious Mid-South murder case.

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    An abandoned storage unit gives insight into a notorious Mid-South murder case.

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  • Nurse saves lives during the day, hunts alligators at night

    Nurse saves lives during the day, hunts alligators at night

    Wednesday, June 28 2017 6:28 PM EDT2017-06-28 22:28:31 GMT
    (SOURCE: Anita Fay Golden Simmons)(SOURCE: Anita Fay Golden Simmons)
    Mississippi officials have issued hundreds of permits to harvest alligators. Among all the sportsmen aiming to take advantage of the hunting season with teeth is one hunter you might not expect. She's a nurse practitioner by day and an alligator hunter by night. Anita Fay Golden Simmons has a large collection of items needed to snag an alligator. "Instead of a piece of jewelry, I ask for bow fishing equipment. Over time I've gotten me quite a collection of things that you wou...More >>
    Mississippi officials have issued hundreds of permits to harvest alligators. Among all the sportsmen aiming to take advantage of the hunting season with teeth is one hunter you might not expect. She's a nurse practitioner by day and an alligator hunter by night. Anita Fay Golden Simmons has a large collection of items needed to snag an alligator. "Instead of a piece of jewelry, I ask for bow fishing equipment. Over time I've gotten me quite a collection of things that you wou...More >>
  • Two men indicted on first-degree murder in Raleigh Community Center shooting

    Two men indicted on first-degree murder in Raleigh Community Center shooting

    Wednesday, June 28 2017 5:50 PM EDT2017-06-28 21:50:13 GMT
    Two young men were indicted on first-degree murder charges and multiple other felony counts for firing shots at a group of people playing basketball. Lorenzo Jones, 18, and Deeddrick Walton, 20, were indicted for the murder of 21-year-old Justin Davis. Davis was shot and killed when shots rang out at the Raleigh Community Center last summer as a group of people was playing basketball. The shooting happened on July 18, 2016, at around 9:15 p.m. at the community center at 3678 Powers...More >>
    Two young men were indicted on first-degree murder charges and multiple other felony counts for firing shots at a group of people playing basketball. Lorenzo Jones, 18, and Deeddrick Walton, 20, were indicted for the murder of 21-year-old Justin Davis. Davis was shot and killed when shots rang out at the Raleigh Community Center last summer as a group of people was playing basketball. The shooting happened on July 18, 2016, at around 9:15 p.m. at the community center at 3678 Powers...More >>
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