Jade Bulecza, WJTV 12 News

Jade Bulecza

WJTV 12 News

Jackson, MS, United States

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Past articles by Jade:

Morning ‘Sip at the Mississippi Aquarium

GULFPORT, Miss. (WJTV) – Looking for a summer getaway? The Mississippi Aquarium on the Gulf Coast is filled with activities. The aquarium is currently showing its “Dinosaurs Around the World: The Great Outdoors!” dinosaur exhibit. Be sure to check out the ten life-sized dinosaurs before the exhibit closes on October 2. Typically, when you think […] → Read More

Morning ‘Sip previews Ole Miss v. USM baseball games

HATTIESBURG, Miss. (WHLT) – Ole Miss and Southern Miss fans across Mississippi are eager to watch the two baseball teams face off in the Hattiesburg Super Regional. The games will be played in Pete Taylor Park on the University of Southern Mississippi (USM) campus in Hattiesburg. Here are the start and TV times for the games: […] → Read More

12 News Investigates: Magee to respond to FAA airport fuel complaints

MAGEE, Miss. (WJTV) – The last day for the City of Magee to submit a corrective action plan to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for violating federal obligations in Thursday, May 12. It’s not the first time the airport has faced turbulence. The City of Magee is feeling the pressure at the airport. The mayor […] → Read More

12 News Investigates: Litter piles up along Jackson roads

JACKSON, Miss. (WJTV) – The City of Jackson’s garbage contract issues have been well documented over the past few months. However, litter in the city has gone under the radar. A quiet stretch of Chadwick Drive may be less than a mile long, but there is unsightly litter on the street. “I think it’s horrible. […] → Read More

12 News Investigates: Medically fragile children impacted by statewide nursing shortage

JACKSON, Miss. (WJTV) – Data released in a Mississippi Department of Employment Security study shows there’s an average of 1,635 registered nurse openings in the state. “We had a nursing shortage nationwide even before COVID hit, and once COVID hit, it just blew us off our feet. We just didn’t see it coming,” said Isluv […] → Read More

Morning ‘Sip at Westin Jackson Festival of Trees

JACKSON, Miss. (WJTV) – It’s the last weekend of the “Festival of Trees” at the Westin Jackson in downtown. The dozen Christmas trees lining the halls are all donations to support the First Responders of Mississippi. Clausell Elementary in Jackson is also featured with student made ornaments! Watch Jade Bulecza and Jacob Lanier as they […] → Read More

Mississippi’s first female prison chaplain dies at 87

JACKSON, Miss. (WJTV) – Wendy Hatcher made a difference inside and outside the walls of the prison system until the end of her life. A day didn’t go by at the Wendy Hatcher Transitional Home where Hatcher didn’t receive a phone call from an inmate thanking her for mentoring them or transforming their lives. “From […] → Read More

Morning ‘Sip in Vicksburg

VICKSBURG, Miss. (WJTV)-Watch Jade Bulecza and Jacob Lanier take over the largest kitchen in Vicksburg! Fit Chef was founded by Kevin Roberts in 2016. Having traveled the country and resided in many states such as California, Alaska and Florida, Kevin has experienced a vast variety of flavors, ingredients and diets that helped him along his […] → Read More

Missing: Tammyetta Spaulding last seen in Jackson in 2016

JACKSON, Miss. (WJTV) – On September 7, 2016, a Jackson woman was reported missing by her family. Two days before Tammyetta Spaulding was reported missing, her SUV was found abandoned on Savannah Street near I-55. It was towed by a wrecker service. “Just gone without a trace. Doesn’t sit right with me. I did hear […] → Read More

Missing: Daffany Tullos last seen in Jackson in 1988

JACKSON, Miss. (WJTV) – Daffany Tullos, 7, lived on Azalea Circle in Jackson with her grandparents. On July 26, 1988, she left this home after getting into an argument with her mother over some fish sticks between 7:00 and 8:00 that night. Panic begin to set in as the night went on, and Daffany couldn’t […]. Local Mississippi Breaking News Story from CBS 12 New WJTV, your Jackson, MS news leader → Read More

Morning ‘Sip at the Butterfield Mansion

BROOKHAVEN, Miss. (WJTV)-Watch Jade Bulecza and Jacob Lanier live at the historic Butterfield Mansion in Brookhaven! According to the website Visit Brookhaven, the Butterfield Mansion was first erected in 1911 by Charles Butterfield. He was building the home for his second wife. At the time the mansion was built, it cost Butterfield around $75,000-the equivalent to […] → Read More

Morning ‘Sip at the Natchez Balloon Festival

NATCHEZ, Miss. (WJTV) – The Natchez Balloon Festival, which was established in 1986, is a weekend of hot-air balloons and live music in the city. The Morning ‘Sip team traveled to Natchez on Friday for a preview of the annual event. The festival site is located in historic downtown Natchez in the parklike grounds of […] → Read More

12 News Investigates: Former Trooper wants name cleared

KOSCIUSKO, Miss. (WJTV) – A violent video involving a former Mississippi trooper has many on social media scratching their heads and others are ready to cast blame. The video showed one man pulling another man out of a car and hitting him in head. The man seen pulling a man out of the car is […]. Local Mississippi Breaking News Story from CBS 12 New WJTV, your Jackson, MS news leader → Read More

Morning ‘Sip: Braves final homestand at Trustmark Park

PEARL, Miss. (WJTV) – The Mississippi Braves are in the middle of their final homestand of the regular season, playing games all weekend long at Trustmark Park in Pearl. 12 News’ Jade Bulecza and Jacob Lanier were at the ball park previewing an exciting weekend lineup of baseball. If the Braves win one more game, […] → Read More

Morning ‘Sip: Red Brick Roads Music & Arts Festival

CLINTON, Miss. (WJTV) — Jade Bulecza headed out to Clinton to talk to vendors and musicians ahead of the Red Bricks Roads Music & Arts Festival. Last year the festival was canceled due to COVID-19. Now, it’s back with plenty of activities for the whole family. Caitlin Jiles of The Water Mill visited with me […] → Read More

Overnight vehicle fire on I-220 North

JACKSON, Miss. (WJTV)-An overnight vehicle fire happened on Interstate 220 North near Exit 6 Thursday. It happened around 10:55 pm. No word on any injuries or how the fire started. → Read More

Hinds Community College hosting summer recruiting event

JACKSON, Miss. (WJTV)- Hinds Community College will host the Jackson Campus-Academic/Technical Center Summerfest on Friday from 10:00 am-1:00 pm. The event will allow prospective students to apply to the college, tour the campus, and register for classes. It will also include free food, games and giveaways. → Read More

Body found on Fielding Avenue

JACKSON, Miss. (WJTV)-Jackson police are investigating after a body was found on Fielding Avenue Friday morning. According to Sam Brown, this has been confirmed and there are no details available yet in the investigation. → Read More

105 new coronavirus cases, one additional death in Mississippi

JACKSON, Miss. (WJTV) – The Mississippi State Department of Health (MSDH) is reporting 105 new cases of the coronavirus (COVID-19) in Mississippi, along with one additional deaths. This brings the state’s total number of cases to 316,272 with 7,279 deaths. Cumulative Cases and Deaths by County Totals of all reported COVID-19 cases, including those in […] → Read More

Looking to buy a home? US mortgage rates fall for 4th straight week

At this time last year, the long-term rate was 3.28%. → Read More