Argument Escalates To Gunfire
Good evening this is Maggie Wade with some of the stories we'll have for you tonight at 10 on WLBT.
A Rankin County homeowner shoots his 29 year old son in law tonight in the Reservoir East Subdivision.
Car sales are in over drive in the metro area. Roslyn Anderson tells us what that means for buyers and the economy.
The Jackson Public School District issues a statement tonight on a mother's claims her special needs daughter was raped at a local high school.
Unpack the umbrellas! It has been a while since we've seen rain, but Chief Meteorologist Dave Roberts says the rain is back in your First Alert Forecast along with cooler temperatures!
And Sports Director Rob Jay tells us how USM plans to deal with it's problems on the football field and how Ole Miss is preparing for the big game against LSU!
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The woman is charged with criminal possession of a weapon and menacing a police officer.