Today's Top Stories

With both Gentry High School basketball teams owning a 3-1 record, they are now preparing to play the host in the upcoming Gentry High Thanksgiving Classic tournament.

It was not the way a championship football game, and the season, should end.

UPDATE: According to multiple reports, Jordan Nicole Thompson, the 15-year-old who was declared an Endangered/Missing Child by the Mississippi Bureau of Investigation this morning has been found safe.

The Indianola police need help in locating 32-year-old Edward Terrell Clay Jr. and 22-year-old Erica Hodges.

Photo: MVSU

Mississippi Valley State University has announced it will not renew Head Football Coach Rick Comegy's contract.


The Starkville Academy Volunteers ended the Indianola Academy Colonels' perfect season on Saturday, with a 21-14 overtime victory.


City votes to approve contract with area drug testing company


Only three of the five Indianola Aldermen were present for Monday night’s meeting, but the city’s business did proceed as planned.
The vote was 2-1, with Alderman Ruben Wood voting no, to sign a contract with Marvell Labs of Greenwood to manage a random drug testing program for city employees.