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Sonic Boom of the South performs with Usher during Super Bowl halftime show

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www.wjtv.com – Kaitlin Howell – 2024-02-11 20:04:21

SUMMARY: 's Sonic Boom of the South joined Usher for his halftime show at the Super Bowl LVIII. Usher kicked off the performance with his hit song “Caught” and was joined by surprise guest Alicia Keys. The Sonic Boom of the South also performed with Usher on the field as he sang a mix of dance and slow jams, “U Don't Have to Call.” The were hand-selected for this honor and it adds to the Boom's legacy of iconic performances. In 2025, the Sonic Boom of the South will also perform at the 136th Rose Parade.

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Endangered Child Alert issued for 9-year-old Jackson boy

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www.wjtv.com – Kaitlin Howell – 2024-02-23 21:00:32

SUMMARY: A Missing/Endangered Child Alert has been issued for nine-year-old boy, Jamiez P. Ramirez, who was last seen on February 9th. He may be with Marion and suffers from a medical that could impair his judgment. Anyone with information should contact the Jackson Department or 911.

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Tupelo students learn about African American journalists

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www.wcbi.com – Aundrea Self – 2024-02-23 18:53:07

SUMMARY: at High School in courses are researching African American journalists, both past and present. Aundrea Self, a journalist, spoke to the students about the importance of seeking truth and it responsibly. She also shared her experiences in the field, interviewing former President Barack Obama. The students are learning about both and print journalism through this research . This visit highlighted the significance of African American journalists in the media industry and provided insight into the world of journalism for the students.

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Leaders reflect on deadly Columbus tornado

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www.wcbi.com – Kaitlyn Yeatman – 2024-02-23 18:45:27

SUMMARY: Five years have passed since a destructive hit Columbus, causing extensive and two lives. The hit close to home for many, with homes and businesses being destroyed. Unfortunately, many of those impacted did not have home insurance, making recovery challenging. Emergency Management had conducted exercises prior to the tornado, which helped them respond better. The community, the United Methodist Church and local , came together to relief and to those affected. The response to the tornado led to the formation of Community Recovery of Lowndes County. The community's unity and assistance were crucial in the recovery .

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