For a third straight year, The Yazoo Herald has earned a Bill Minor Award.
Two citizens said the Yazoo County supervisors didn’t follow state law when it came to the recent redistricting of certain electoral boundaries.
However, the county board said they did everything properly and followed the law with the new district map.
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.