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If you were planning a weekend hunting trip, it’s been called off. Mississippi Wildlife Fisheries and Parks is closing all hunting seasons.. except waterfowl, because of the rising Mississippi River waters. The closure is because the flood waters are forcing animals out of their habitats. You won’t be able to hunt wild hogs, or deer from Vicksburg south to Port Gibson and into Natchez.

Stealing elderly people’s identities to make bogus tax returns is why McComb woman is headed to jail. 2 1/2 years in the pen plus paying back nearly $500,000 is what it’ll cost Brenda Norman for pulling off that scam. She got the info from elderly and disabled people she met through her religious organization.

A log truck wreck sent one to the hospital… it happened just outside of Laurel Thursday.. the driver lost control when trying to turn at the intersection of highway 28 and 84.. even though a trip to the hospital was required, it was just to get checked out. Police say she’ll be just fine.

Habitat for Humanity works day in and day out building homes…but this Monday, they’re working on 4 houses at one time. Cindy Griffin, executive director, says they’re working on the homes for the Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service.. Griffin says that once the houses are ready and in good shape families can move in and start making it a home.

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