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We begin tonight with breaking news out of eupora.

Police there investigating a shooting at early grove apartments on highway 9 north.

Our quentin smith joins us live with the very latest.

She is especially complex at 7 o'clock tonight where i now what &amp; so the person is bondsman once mississippi medical center.

Or is currently being treated for his estimate the suspect is an important ninth wave is evening software aggravated.

Charged with a deadly weapon will point out that he is a teenager but police department to donizetti will be charged as an adult so you have any information on wofford's whereabouts or this should direct contact released part of the content of all of this developing story bring you more details as they become able but for now for driving quentin smith cbi newnes tonight after a shooting in west point monday night.

Two people now behind bars in connection to that shooting that injured one man.

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Clay county sheriff eddie scott confirms that 22-year-old lacequiu d.

Starks, turned himself in late last night.

40-year-old jason dean was arrested this afternoon.

Both men are charged with attempted murder and aggravated assault.

Bond for both is set at 2 million dollars.

The shooting happened at marshall park just before six last night.

A witness at the scene, says a truck rammed a gold colored car, then someone inside the truck, fired shots into that vehicle.

Two people were in that car, at the time of the shooting.

The condition of the victim, is unknown.

A macon woman is arrested on an embezzlement charge in the friendly city.

44-year-old angela edwards was arrested friday in macon.

Columbus police were called to a business on highway 45 north in columbus.

Chief shelton says the suspect made duplicate receipts for items then issued refund for items that were not purchased.

So far, over 55- hundred dollars of damages is what investigators have estimated.

The suspect is also accused of giving away other items to customers at no charge.

Edwards is in the lowndes county detention center.

A family pleads for help finding a missing woman, that was last seen in west alabama.

Ashley johnson watkins left northside, in tuscaloosa county, on december 9th.

She is living in the columbus area.

Family members say she was driving a beige 2001 toyota corolla with the license plate l-u- m-7-8-8.

She may also have a dog with her.

If you know where she is tonight, call local law enforcement.

Developing stinger the two percent restaurant tax a hot topic again at tonights city council meeting.

The columbus convention and visitors bureau.... and lowndes county supervisors approved a resolution giving four events some cash.

Tonight the columbus city council unanimously approved that same resolution.

The resolution allows the cvb to fund 15- thousand dollars to four events that's held in the city limits of columbus.

The county would receive 30 thousand for festivals or events that supervisors vote to fund.

Those events would be held in the county.

Now we do want to point out.... this is all contingent on state lawmakers passing a 2 percent restaurant tax in the next legislative session.

"$60,000 will come from the cvb to fund the four festivals within the city.

That's the seventh avenue festival, the juneteenth festival, the townsend park festival, and the market st., festival.

Then $30,000 will fund the three festivals in the county, that's caledonia, artesia, and crawford."

"the biggest cost again is entered good entertainment.

Entertainment goes up every year, and we had gotten to the point that most of the festivals we were rotating some of the same entertainers and it was beginning to kind of slow up, so this will give us, f everything goes well, it will give us a ground floor to get out and raise the other money and hopefully grow these events again."

The measure was not brought up for a vote this past legislative session, due to conflicts between the city and county on where the money would be spent..

First look stinger first look tuesday night: scattered high clouds but dry.

Overnight lows primarily in the mid to upper 30s with light wind.

Wednesday: the first 1/2 of the day is looking dry with showers becoming more likely from mid afternoon onward.

The chance of rain is 50%.

Look for highs in the upper 50s to around 60.

Wednesday night: areas of rain will continue.

Milder lows in the upper 40s can be expected for a change.

Thursday: we're going to keep a 70% chance of rain going as showers are possible at just about any time during the day.

Highs should remain in the 50s.

Breezes will pick up during the afternoon hours.

Centered up a business idea that started as a classroom project has experience rapid growth in the last few months.

Glo cubes are liquid activated light up drink cubes for cocktails.

Hagan walker and kaley mitchell came up with the business model when they were students at mississippi state university.

Since then, the idea has blossomed into a full on production facility in downtown starkville employing three full time workers and 5 interns.

The product is manufactured in china, but all packaging and designs are done in starkville.

"so we've done around 2,100 orders from here alone.

Everything has been hand packaged here, so that's about 40 thousand dollars worth of revenue which has been real exciting.

Like i said, we did tt on like facebook and instagram, we ran ads and saw that that was really beneficial for us and then again with whole sale from rep groups, myself and then just outreach from people seeing it on our instagram.

So it's been really good, social media has been a blessing for us for sure."

The company also produces "glow pals" which are sensory cubes for toddlers that help with color sorting and learning cause and effect.

Video in monitor the old saying goes if you land on the naughty list, then you can expect to find coal in your stocking.

And if you land on the nice list, what can you find?

Jewelry stores would say carat.

And as our jory tally finds out, diamond carats and christmas go hand in hand.

She has more.

It sparkles, it shines.

And hasa reputation of being a timeless classic, especially on christmas.

"jewelry is always something that's going to be a christmas gift.

It doesn't matter what age it is, you know, if your in high-school, or retired, or in your 90's, or whatever, you know?

It's going to be something that's always a big hit for a christmas gift."

Jamie parkerson knows every cut, color, and clarity of diamonds.

He's been in the business for over three decades.

He says now is the hottest time for the sparkling world.

"it used to be christmas and valentine's.

Valentines over the past eight or ten years has kind of falling off a little bit, but christmas is always the time of the year for you to make it happen."

It's also the time of year, where many make forever happen with these studs.

"a couple of guys, they want to propose on christmas because everyone is around their family, he's around the girlfriend's family as well, so they think its special and then around that time, it's just that time to do as much love and care as you can and when you're proposing on christmas eve or christmas day, that's probably one of the best christmas presents she's going to get for a while."

Brandon milner says if you're wanting to buy jewelery for a gift, come now.

"we've been having quite a rush the last week and a half, two weeks, and then, it's kind of getting a little busier as we get closer to christmas because of last minute shoppers and i'm looking forward to the rush."

And when the rush calms down parkerson says advertising helps during the slow season.

"the thought process and the people, you know, if they're just sitting there, i need to go by and see, you know, that reminds them to come by and shop with you."

Parkerson suggests not waiting until the weekend to buy jewelery if you're planning on it.

He says that will limit your time if the store doesn't have what you need and has to order the item.

Stinger the government's top doctor issued an advisory this morning to alert parents, doctors and health professionals about the dangers of e- cigarettes.

It comes as federal health officials try to combat the rapid rise in e- cigarette use among america's youth.

Mola lenghi reports from washington.

Surgeon general jerome adams officially declared e- cigarettes an epidemic in the u.s. tuesday.

We must protect our nation's young people from a lifetime of nicotine addiction and associated problems e-cigarette use has skyrocketed among america's youth.

According to the latest federal data -- the percentage of high school age children reporting e- cigarette use in the past 30 days rose 75 percent from last year.

Vaping among middle school- age children also increased nearly 50 percent.

Currenty, more than 3.6 million u.s. youth use e- cigarettes&amp; including 1 in 5 high school students.

Students are bringing e- cigarettes to the schools, using it in the school bathrooms and at times, during class.

How do we know that?

Because they are taking selfies of themselves vaping in the classroom.

The unprecedented rise in vaping comes at a time when traditional cigarette smoking, drinking and other drug use has gone down among young people.

But health experts stress less harm is not harmless.

We know that nicotine exposure dyring adolescence can uniquely harm the developing adolescent brain, impacting learning, memory and attention part of the problem they say, is many e- cigarettes look like a usb flash drive making them easy to conceal.

They calling on parents to learn more and have conversations with their children and on health professionals to screen for e- cigarette use.

Mola lenghi, cbs news, washington.

The fda introduced steps last month to cut down young people's access to flavored e- cigarettes which is driving the epidemic.

Officials say they will continue to crack down on stores that illegally sell e- cigarettes to minors.

Wx open tuesday night: scattered high clouds but dry.

Overnight lows primarily in the mid to upper 30s with light wind.

Wednesday: the first 1/2 of the day is looking dry with showers becoming more likely from mid afternoon onward.

The chance of rain is 50%.

Look for highs in the upper 50s to around 60.

Wednesday night: areas of rain will continue.

Milder lows in the upper 40s can be expected for a change.

Thursday: we're going to keep a 70% chance of rain going as showers are possible at just about any time during the day.

Highs should remain in the 50s.

Breezes will pick up during the afternoon hours.

Thursday night: breezy/windy conditions develop as showers continue rotating through the region.

Some gusts may be over 25 mph.

There is a small chance that a few wet snow flakes may mix in late in the night but no impacts are expected as temperatures will stay well above freezing.

Lows will be in the upper 30s to around 40.

Friday: showers should wrap up during the morning but it may take a little bit longer to scour out the clouds.

Highs stay in the 40s.

Gusty nw winds will remain in place during the day and they will make it feel even colder.

Weekend: saturday is looking great with seasonable temperatures and plenty of sunshine.

A few showers are possible sunday with highs in the upper 50s.

Christmas eve - christmas day: no major surprises are in store this year for christmas.

A few showers are possible but there won't be any winter weather or severe weather headaches to worry about.

Highs in the 50s are likely both days.

Centered up upper 30s with light wind.

Wednesday: the first 1/2 of the day is looking dry with showers becoming more likely from mid afternoon onward.

The chance of rain is 50%.

Look for highs in the upper 50s to around 60.

Wednesday night: areas of rain will continue.

Milder lows in the upper 40s can be expected for a change.

Thursday: we're going to keep a 70% chance of rain going as showers are possible at just about any time during the day.

Highs should remain in the 50s.

Breezes will pick up during the afternoon hours.

Thursday night: breezy/windy conditions develop as showers continue rotating through the region.

Some gusts may be over 25 mph.

There is a small chance that a few wet snow flakes may mix in late in the night but no impacts are expected as temperatures will stay well above freezing.

Lows will be in the upper 30s to around 40.

Friday: showers should wrap up during the morning but it may take a little bit longer to scour out the clouds.

Highs stay in the 40s.

Gusty nw winds new at nine..

A basketball coach in mississippi gives a new meaning to hands on leadership.

Cbs's jamie yuccas has this amazing story.

No cg's given the bulldogs are like any other high school basketball team.

Except for one thing: this is the mississippi school for the deaf.

We talked to the team through sign language and interpreters.

How do you dribble and sign?

No,no no// just move if you can communicate through your movement.

No one moves quite like the school's coach&amp; sekoe white.

At a recent game against nearby jackson prep.

A fan tweeted this video of the coach imploring the team to play better defense, and signing&amp;.

"who's house?"

The players sign back emphatically: "our house"!.

What was your reaction to the video?

You know, my first reaction//what's the big deal?//because i do it every day.//but then you know, when i stepped back i started to realize that maybe it is a big deal for the whole community.

You think you're an inspiring coach?

I try as much as possible to inspire my players, because i used to be like them.

Coach white grew up being bullied as the only deaf player on his high school basketball team in lexington kentucky - but persevered&amp; playing overseas and in the deaf olympics.

I always think that basketball really saved my life.

Why?

I trained and i practiced and i worked hard//really if not for basketball i might have been dead, in jail.

I would never have gotten this job.

I'd never be a coach.

Its something he's passed on to his players.

Never give up?

Never give you, you have to keep going and keep focusing on your education and sports at the same time.

To be winners on and off the court - a universal lesson...worth celebrating.

Jamie yuccas, cbs news, jackson mississippi.

Stinger two of the best high school teams in north mississippi square off in ingomar... highlights from all over next in sports... spx the top two offenses in women's college basketball squaring off... #4 mississippi state traveling out west to take on #7 oregon... the itawamba ahs indians hosting tupelo... the golden wave on the break-to mason gary- makes some moves and puts it in 2-0 golden wave..

Back come the indians the shot is off but davon wilder is in position for the offensive rebound 2-2... golden wave anthony nichols- finger roll nice touch 4-2... later tupelo up 12-4....the indians on the break...outside to trey namey three-pointer yes..12-7..

Tupelo picks up a road win....63-45 over itawamba ahs itawamba ahs indians hosting tupelo... and it was 23-0 golden wave after one quarter and 52-2 at the half...two lady indian free throws..

The home team didn't get their first field goal until the third quarter when they ran the clock without stops...inside to quiana lee to make it 52-4..

Tupelo's markia mcmillen penetrates and puts it in...57-4 after three quarters... 4th quarter...the pass to the lady indians kaitlyn plunkett who hits a jumper..59- 6... but the lady wave just too much tonight makayla crayton....61- 6...they go on to win 61-8..

To ingomar..

Falcons facing calvin temple and facing 13-0 center hill..

Early on for ingomar..

Trent bradley with ball..

Spins..

And he drains the jumper..

Falcons with the early lead..

Center hill answers here..

Calvin temple drives and finds kevin henry..

Goes behind the back..

Drives and scores..

Plus the foul..

Back comes ingomar..

Bradley finds kelon hall..

He drives and gets the shot to go..

More from the falcons..

Hunter bynum finds zach shugars and he drains the mid range jumper..

Back comes center hill..

Temple with the spin move..

Finds kaeden laws in the corner..

He drains the triple..

Center hill boys roll over ingomar to improve to 14-0 with a 100-46 win..

To the ladies side..

3 time defending champs..ingomar lady falcons facing center hill..

2nd qtr..

Ingomar up ten..

Off the fastbreak..

Gara beth self drives inside and scores for two..

Extends lead to 23-11..

Later on..

Lauren thompson finds ashley forester inside for the nice pass and lay in..

3rd qtr..

Ingomar up 35-16..

Self finds thompson down court and she scores for two..

More from the lady falcons..

Self drives inside..

Look at the nice pass to patience golden for the score..

Plus one..

To cap it off..

Forester finds self..

She fakes a three point attempt..

Drives baseline and scores..

Ingomar girls roll 54-34 over center hill..

The njcaa naming its 2018 football all- americans.....and a bit of history for our local juco football teams named best of the best northeast defensive lineman and ole miss commit sam williams named first team all american....makin g him the first defensive first teamer in northeast history.....william s is also the third all- american in program history collegiate baseball unveiling its preseason polls for the 2019 college baseball season...... the newspaper named its preseason all- americans...namin g one bulldogs and two rebels lsu coming in at number one in the preseason poll...followed directly behind by vanderbilt florida at number 6....the rebels picked eleventh in the preseason poll georgia at 13, auburn at 23, arkansas at 25 mississippi state florida at number 6....the rebels picked eleventh in the preseason poll georgia at 13, auburn at 23, arkansas at 25 mississippi state picked 27th by collegiate baseball newspaper....luc kily all the polls will matter until the season opens on february 15th frosty the snowman showed up to alabama tonight as millport hosted their annual christmas parade.

Police cars, firetrucks, floats and even horses cruised their way down the streets.

Kids smiled and waved as they threw candy to everyone in the crowd as they lined the streets.

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