Good Wednesday morning from MSNewsNow's Brandon Artiles!
69 degrees as we get to the middle of the work week. Meteorologist Michael Haynes will give us a peak ahead at the weekend, plus what we can expect today in his First Alert Forecast.
Happening now, investigators from multiple law enforcement and government agencies continue to look into what caused a cable to suffer a "catastrophic failure", causing two cell tower workers to fall to their deaths in Copiah County Tuesday.
Plus, the man convicted of killing an 81-year-old Clinton woman is headed to death row. At the top of the hour find out how long it took jurors to sentence James Hutto to death.
On a lighter note, thousands of Jackson Public Schools students will get their diplomas today. Jewell Hillery will bring us live reports throughout the AM, introducing us to some of the best-and-brightest from JPS.
All those stories and much more are headed your way.
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