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Caledonia man arrested for allegedly strangling girlfriend

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www.wcbi.com – Joey Barnes – 2023-07-17 18:28:58

SUMMARY: A 20-year-old man from Caledonia, Mississippi, named Tyler Hall has been accused of strangling his girlfriend and then driving a car into another person. He was charged with disorderly conduct and aggravated domestic violence. Hall allegedly choked his girlfriend and then started driving donuts in the yard before pinning her between two vehicles when a second person tried to intervene. Hall was later at a nearby gas station. The second victim suffered non--threatening injuries and more charges may be filed. Hall is currently on probation for a previous burglary charge.

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Intense heat to start the week, backing off by late week – Home – WCBI TV

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www.wcbi.com – Charlie Goldstein – 2024-07-15 06:13:51

SUMMARY: The first half of the in Columbus, Mississippi, will be extremely hot with temperatures in the mid to upper 90s. Monday's heat index might feel over 100 degrees, while Tuesday could surpass 110 degrees in some . Night temperatures will drop to the mid-70s. There's a 30% of rain initially. Later in the week, temperatures will decrease to the lower 90s and upper 80s, with increased rain chances. Wednesday starts the upward trend in rain potential, peaking on Thursday (60%) and Friday (50%). This cooling trend should relief from the intense heat as the approaches.

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HSFT Stop #14: Calhoun City

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www.wcbi.com – Jon Sokoloff – 2024-07-14 22:12:41

SUMMARY: Calhoun 's MD Jennings enters his fifth season as head coach, aiming to build on last year's 11-win season and 2020 championship appearance. With the team now facing heightened competition, Jennings stresses avoiding complacency and maintaining strong fundamentals. The Wildcats will have to replace Ja'majah Mayes, who had over 1,500 rushing yards and 31 touchdowns, through a collaborative effort. Running backs Xavian and Demarious Pittman are expected to step up. Senior center Hayden Barnett and senior receiver/defensive back Zay Fox emphasize playing fast, physical, and staying motivated. The Wildcats' season kicks off on August 30 against Coffeeville.

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Law enforcement agencies unite for a basketball tournament

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www.wcbi.com – Anthony Jenkins – 2024-07-14 21:48:01

SUMMARY: departments in Mississippi's Golden Triangle, Starkville, Columbus, MSU, and Point, united for the “Hooping with First Responders” basketball at Starkville Sportsplex. Organized by Starkville PD officer Kenya Bibbs, the tournament aimed to strengthen community ties. Bibbs emphasized the importance of showing that enjoy similar activities as to build relationships. Starkville PD officer Chris English highlighted the value of interacting with the community outside of uniforms. Bibbs hopes to make this event annual, fostering camaraderie among different agencies. The Starkville PD will next host a National Night Out on August 6.

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