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The Latest: Iraqis arrest 26 foreigners in Mosul; 16 women

The Latest on foreigners found in Iraq (all times local): 3 p.m. Three Iraqi intelligence and investigative officials have told The Associated Press that 26 foreigners have been arrested in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul — including two men, eight children and 16 women — and they have been taken to Baghdad.

Philippine Congress extends martial law in south amid siege

The Philippine Congress has overwhelmingly approved the president's appeal for martial law in the country's south to be extended to the end of the year, in a boost to a massive offensive aimed at quelling a two-month siege by Islamic State group-linked militants.

Russia: 'Safe zone' in Syria's Ghouta demarcated

Russia's Defense Ministry says an agreement has been reached with the Syrian opposition on the boundaries for a de-escalation zone for the East Ghouta area near the Syrian capital Damascus.

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Emmett Till Marker Rededication Ceremony Tuesday

GREENWOOD, MS (Ben Caxton) — A rededication of a historical marker in honor of Emmett Till has been scheduled for Tuesday. Dr. Leslie-Burl McLemore, professor emeritus of political science at Jackson State University and a member of the Mississippi Freedom Trail Task Force, will preside over the re-dedication at Bryant’s...

Mississippi Up To 5 West Nile Cases This Year

JACKSON, MS (Ben Caxton) — The Mississippi Department of Health has now confirmed Mississippi’s fifth human case of West Nile virus. Cases reported so far this year have come from Forrest, Hinds, and Leflore counties. This is the peak season West Nile infections. So, mosquito protection is especially important. While...

Tchula Police Chief Opens Up To Jackson TV Station

TCHULA, MS (Ben Caxton) — Now former Tchula Police Chief, Kenneth Hampton, is not happy. And he’s speaking out about it. Hampton spoke with WLBT-TV about his resignation yesterday told them he was forced out of the top job by Tchula’s Mayor General Vann and board of aldermen. Hampton is...

Girl's Summer Architecture Camp In McGehee

MCGEHEE, AR (Ben Caxton) — There’s a different kind of summer camp coming to McGehee this week. The free summer camp will introduce seventh-grade girls to architecture, design, and construction. The Alex Foundation is sponsoring the camp which will take place at the McGehee Depot Museum in McGehee. Guest speaker...

July 22: The Week In Review

THE DELTA (Ben Caxton) — This week in the Delta Washington County saw it’s 3rd and 4th homicides in less than two weeks, Delta State broke ground on a new entrance for sports fans, and Pace residents could drink their tap water again. Vicksburg approved plans for upgrades to its...

Details Emerge On Fire That Destroyed Greenville Business

GREENVILLE, MS (Ben Caxton) — Details emerged yesterday on the fire that destroyed “looking Good” clothing store, a fixture in downtown Greenville since 1983. The Greenville Fire Department says they received the call at 5:46 PM. When they arrived at the building located in the 300 block of Washington Avenue,...

2nd Heat Related Death This Week In Yazoo County

YAZOO COUNTY, MS (Ben Caxton) — Yazoo County reported its second heat-related death this week. A 56-year-old male with a history of medical problems died at his home in Yazoo City. According to the coroner Ricky Shivers, the victim, William F. Bryant died of possible hypothermia with a heat index...

Clarksdale Unveils Downtown Celebrity Signs Today

CLARKSDALE, MS (Ben Caxton) — Clarksdale’s downtown Arts and Culture signs will be unveiled this afternoon at 5 in a reception inside the Bank Building at Second and Yazoo. 33 signs honoring people with Clarksdale connections, from Tennessee Williams to Elvis Presley to Conway Twitty, will be placed downtown in...

Mississippi Delta National Heritage Grants Announced

CLEVELAND, MS (Ben Caxton) — The Mississippi Delta National Heritage Area has announced over $155,000 in grants to regional organizations. Projects range from arts and culture education to information signage and historic preservation. Projects receiving funding this year include restoration of the Dockery Farms cotton gin, the establishment of a...

Mayor Simmons Thanks Greenville And Area Firefighters

GREENVILLE, MS (Ben Caxton) — Greenville Mayor, Errick Simmons, released a statement yesterday thanking everyone involved who came together to assist in fighting a Wednesday evening fire that destroyed a downtown business, Simmons said his heart goes out to the burn victim and firefighters that were injured. He also thanked...

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