Good evening this is Maggie Wade with some of the stories you'll see tonight on WLBT at 10.
Breaking News..Flowood Mayor Gary Rhoads says longtime police chief Johnny DeWitt plans to step down later this month for a job in the private sector.
New at ten..Down but not out! Volunteers help the Mississippi Ag Museum re-open after a devastating fire last month. Roslyn Anderson has more on the work that has been done so far and what's ahead.
Our cameras roll as a pick up truck dangerously speeds on the shoulder of I-55 in Copiah County.
Can you believe these temperatures for the first day of December? Walt Grayson will be here to tell us how long the mild temperatures will last before it feels like winter again and rain heads our way, in your First Alert Forecast.
And in sports Chris Hudgison says Ole Miss Head Football Coach Hugh Freeze gets a raise that adds up to about 4 million a year, it's Championship Week for Alcorn State... The team is playing for their first SWAC title in 20 years, and don't miss your High School Minute!
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