The Daily Press Starkville Daily News | AP iAtom feed Copyright The Daily Press 2014-07-11T09:06:55-04:00 backseat could save child’s life2014-07-11T09:06:55-04:002014-07-11T09:06:55-04:00Copyright 2010 Starkville Daily NewsThe National Weather Service in Jackson (NWS) has engaged in educational and outreach measures on social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter. According to NWS-provided statistics, 621 children have died from being left in hot cars since 1998. In 2013, 44 children died in hot cars across the United States, including two in Mississippi. So far, 15 children have died nationwide in 2014, though none have been reported as Mississippi deaths.Starkville, MSAlex HollowayChecking backseat could save child’s lifeStarkville Daily arrests suspect in officer assault2014-07-11T09:03:42-04:002014-07-11T09:03:42-04:00Copyright 2010 Starkville Daily NewsSPD Chief Frank Nichols said Chadwick Lee Eaves lives at 271 Reed Road with his mother. At 3:30 a.m. Thursday, officers responded to a report from another relative that Eaves exhibited possible signs of mental illness and possessed a gun. Starkville, MSSDN staffSPD arrests suspect in officer assaultStarkville Daily men sought in theft at Wal-Mart2014-07-11T09:02:42-04:002014-07-11T09:02:42-04:00Copyright 2010 Starkville Daily NewsBetween 6:52 p.m. and 7:36 p.m., Wal-Mart’s surveillance cameras caught two African-American males allegedly shoplifting goods, carrying Haier air conditioning units, televisions, and other small items out of the store in shopping carts. The first suspect wore a purple shirt, the second wore a bright yellow-green shirt, and both left the Wal-Mart parking lot in a red Ford F-150 double cab pickup truck at about 7:36 p.m.SPD released photos of the suspects and their vehicle Thursday. Officials ask anyone with information on this case to contact them at 662-323-4131 or call Golden Triangle Crime Stoppers at 1-800-530-7151.Starkville, MSSDN staff2 men sought in theft at Wal-MartStarkville Daily annual CommUNITY Day planned for July 192014-07-11T09:01:48-04:002014-07-11T09:01:48-04:00Copyright 2010 Starkville Daily NewsWhen Anita Lindsey’s 22-year-old daughter Quanesha was shot in a domestic dispute several years ago, Lindsey said she felt as if her whole world had fallen part.Starkville, MSKayleigh FewThird annual CommUNITY Day planned for July 19Starkville Daily raises TSC global awareness 2014-07-10T09:21:10-04:002014-07-10T09:21:10-04:00Copyright 2010 Starkville Daily NewsShane Kinard Sr. and his daughter, Kristen, suffer from Tuberous Sclerosis Complex (TSC), genetic disease that can cause a number of very serious complications, including tumors, developmental delay, skin abnormalities and seizures. TSC is a known linchpin disease, because a number of other conditions can arise from its complications, such as epilepsy, autism and cancer.Starkville, MSAlex HollowayLocal raises TSC global awareness Starkville Daily Marshals arrest local in armed robbery2014-07-10T09:18:23-04:002014-07-10T09:18:23-04:00Copyright 2010 Starkville Daily NewsAccording to an SPD press release, the Fugitive Task Force contacted the department Tuesday to notify officials that it had arrested 21-year-old Charterious “Little Murl” Moore on suspicion of armed robbery.Starkville, MSSDN staffUS Marshals arrest local in armed robberyStarkville Daily takes over for Durst at MSU Theatre2014-07-10T09:17:03-04:002014-07-10T09:17:03-04:00Copyright 2010 Starkville Daily NewsDurst retired in late May after 34 years directing many plays as a theater instructor at Mississippi State University. During the interview process, Nara said he had the chance to talk with Durst about the students she had worked with throughout the years.Starkville, MSSteven NalleyNara takes over for Durst at MSU TheatreStarkville Daily warns against alleged animal control imposter 2014-07-10T09:16:05-04:002014-07-10T09:16:05-04:00Copyright 2010 Starkville Daily NewsOn July 2, Greenbriar residents reported to Starkville Animal Control that someone had opened several gates in the area and many dogs were missing from owners’ yards. They also reported seeing a white Ford Ranger with an “Animal Control” logo on it and a large cage in the bed of the truck.SPD reports that, at this time, it appears all animals that had been missing from their yards have been returned to their owners with no reports of injuries. SPD issued a press release reminding citizens that the city has only one animal control vehicle, a white Ford F-150 with an enclosed bed for animal containment. SPD asks citizens who see the vehicle described in the Greenbriar incident or witness any other suspicious incidents to call SPD at 323-4131.Starkville, MSSDN staffSPD warns against alleged animal control imposter Starkville Daily school bond money still in limbo - Bank denies city’s effort to recall check2014-07-09T09:14:04-04:002014-07-09T09:14:04-04:00Copyright 2010 Starkville Daily NewsBancorp South denied a city request to recall a $474,081.63 check the city issued the school district in April from a retired bond account, Mayor Parker Wiseman confirmed on Tuesday. Wiseman requested the recall on June 27, citing that City Clerk Lesa Hardin — whose signature was the only one on the check — was not an authorized signatory on the city’s Cadence Bank account from which the check was issued. Wiseman and Chief Administrative Officer Taylor Adams are both authorized signatories on that account.Starkville, MSZack PlairOld school bond money still in limbo - Bank denies city’s effort to recall checkStarkville Daily finalizing deal to purchase MetroCast Miss.2014-07-09T09:12:51-04:002014-07-09T09:12:51-04:00Copyright 2010 Starkville Daily NewsThe deal is expected to close in the fourth quarter of 2014.Starkville, MSAlex HollowayBCI finalizing deal to purchase MetroCast Miss.Starkville Daily