I'm Howard Ballou with your Thursday look at some of the news stories you will see on WLBT.
Why will some Mississippi taxpayers have to wait longer for their state tax refund. Warren Strain is checking it out.
Speaking of tax refunds, customers of MoMoney tax services are still waiting on tax refund checks. Hear the latest reason why.
Plus, students at Belhaven University are trying out a texting/drinking while driving simulator. It's part of the Drive Alive Tour, put on by a group called Unite. See how Cheryl Lasseter performed.
And, a former attorney general shares his opinion about a bill in the legislature which would impact the attorney general's office and it's authority.
A look back at the Southern Miss loss against UTEP. Sports Director Rob Jay will have all of your highlights and scores.
High winds and temperatures in the 80's! What a day! Chief Meteorologist Barbie Bassett will have your full First Alert Forecast.
Of course, you will see any breaking news first on WLBT and you can follow us on Facebook, Twitter and www.wlbt.com.
The signs of abuse were reported but the system still failed to protect 4-year-old Aniya Day-Garrett.
Crews are battling a fire near 9th Avenue and Helium Road.