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Jackson Residents With Flood Damage Want The City To Do More

City Is Asking For Help To Deal With Flooding

Good evening this is Maggie Wade with some of the stories you'll see tonight at 10 on WLBT.

Flash flood water poured into the homes of several people in south Jackson over the weekend. But city leaders say there are some things those who live in flood prone areas can do to help. Details tonight from Roslyn Anderson.

52 year old Eric Hambrick who worked for MEMA died over the weekend after he was attacked at the Waffle House on High Street.  We'll have the latest on the investigation.

9 illegal immigrants accused of identity theft appear in Hinds County court.  Annette Peagler has an update on charges and tells us whether they are granted bond.

We are water logged and need some time to dry out! Walt Grayson is here tonight to tell us if we still have rain in the First Alert Forecast or if we are in for a much needed break.

And Sports Director Chris Hudgison says it will be a late night kick off for USM and Mississippi State in the Fall, four Rebels and three Bulldogs have been named Phil Steele All-Americans, plus former Northwest Rankin Baseball standout, Daniel Sweet pushes his team toward the Super Regional.

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