HATTIESBURG (WHPM) - Winds of change are blowing days after the first game of the black and gold's 2020 football season. SouthernMiss.com confirms multiple reports Jay Hopson is resigning as Southern Miss' head football coach. "Coach Hopson came to me after last Thursday's game to discuss what was on his heart and after much discussion over the weekend, he and I agreed that new leadership for our football program is needed," Jeremy McClain, Southern Miss' athletic director, said in a statement. "After heartfelt discussion with Jeremy, we have come to a mutual agreement for me to step down as head coach. I am in total agreement with this change in leadership and truly believe it is in the bes
(Photo from: Forrest County Sheriff's Dept.) The Forrest County Sheriff's Department says a Hattiesburg man wanted in connection to several local burglaries. Michael Oswalt, 27, of Hattiesburg, may have changed his appearance since the photo, seen in this story provided by the authorities, was taken, the sheriff's department said. Oswalt has several tattoos on his neck and forearm, authorities added. If you know the whereabouts of Oswalt, call the sheriff's department at (601) 544-7800 or Metro Crime Stoppers at (601) 582-7857. You may also submit tips to www.P3tips.com.
(The following press release and photos were submitted from Jones College.) ELLISVILLE - Soon after Laurel Police Chief, Tyrone Stewart’s passing in January of 2019, his family began the process to endow a scholarship at Jones College in his memory. Even though Stewart never attended Jones, his family had many connections to the college. His wife, sister, nephew, nieces, and cousins attended Jones College. Tyrone’s daughter, Jasmine was dually enrolled at Jones College and Northeast Jones High School. His brother Kim is currently a member of the Campus Police at Jones College after serving on the Laurel Police force with Stewart. The family said they attended their niece, Sha’Kira’s graduati
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