The family of the young girl who drowned after being swept away by floodwaters has filed a lawsuit against the city of Yazoo City, Yazoo County and District 5 Supervisor Cobie Collins.
The complaint was filed in the Yazoo County Circuit Court on March 23.
A Yazoo City family is demanding justice for what they believed was an abuse of power by the police department while executing a search warrant.
Two Yazoo City men with a history of trouble with the law are back behind bars as suspects in the recent rash of downtown burglaries.
Christopher Rucker, 22, and Reginald Luckett, 25, are both charged with a number of burglaries, and the list continues to grow.
All was quiet through my small two-room house that night as I stared at the $400 sprawled out across my coffee table.
It was the end of the month. My rent was due. My car was out of gasoline. I didn’t have a job. And I didn’t have a clue.
The same suspect could possibly be behind three recent business burglaries within the city.
The Yazoo City Police Department is currently following some strong leads through their investigations of a recent rash of burglaries that began earlier this week.
The Yazoo community can experience redemption, rebirth and renewal with the upcoming Redeeming Grace: Women’s Conference.
First Baptist Church presents its second annual women’s conference on March 27-28 with two days of fellowship, praise and worship.
In an effort to deter future thefts and unnecessary traffic, a portion of Eagle Bend Road could be closed by the Yazoo County Board of Supervisors.