U.S. Senators Roger Wicker and Cindy Hyde-Smith among 20 other senators ask the Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Stephen Hahn to classify an abortion pill as a quote "imminent hazard to the public health".
State mask mandate or not, the City of Greenwood says their mask ordinance will stay in effect until the council votes otherwise.
As Hurricane Laura takes aim at the northern Gulf Coast, cities in Louisiana and Texas have issued evacuation orders in advance of a forecasted landfall.
By: Cox Media Group National Content DeskUpdated: September 10, 2018 - 6:45 AMEvery family should have a supply kit that can be used when severe weather or other emergency strikes. Water, food, and clean air are essential to have if an emergency happens. Each family or individual’s kit shoul…
State Auditor Shad White has written a letter to government officials with concerns the Mississippi Department of Education is ignoring state law and making it more difficult for schools to purchase technology through the cares act funding.
The city of Hollandale will cut off it's water services today at 1 p.m. This as the city is replacing a water line at the corner of Crouch and Morgan streets.
Teachers who worked at an "A" or "B" rated school district or improved by a letter grade from last year will be receiving a bonus of more than one thousand dollars.
The Mississippi Democratic Party has a new leader. Former Mississippi Court of Appeals, Judge Tyree Irving, has been elected chairman.
The Mississippi Supreme Court released an emergency administrative order that requires masks in all courtrooms in the state.
A social justice group backed by musicians Jay-Z, Meek Mill, and others are asking for Mississippi legislators to override a bill on criminal justice reform that Governor Tate Reeves vetoed.
Mississippi secretary of state Michael Watson pays a visit to Washington County Thursday as part of his campaign to head to all 82 county circuit clerks.
Major retailer Walmart announcing it will no longer display the Mississippi state flag. The debate over the state flag continues as around the country there is a push to remove confederate monuments.
Across the country confederate monuments are being removed in the wake of George Floyd's death. Now one such monument here at home in Washington County is coming into question.
Yesterday, Washington County voters headed to the polls for the election for Mississippi Levee Board Commissioner between David Cochran and Drew Newsom.
George Floyd was arrested for what was alleged to be a forged 20 dollar bill. Outrage over his death has caused riots some even shutting down police precincts.
The Mississippi center for justice is filing a class-action lawsuit against two of Mississippi's largest prisons, the Central Mississippi Correctional Facility and the South Mississippi Correctional Institution, for inadequate response to the covid-19 pandemic. These facilities house approxi…
The Mississippi state college savings plan deadline has been pushed back. If you want to start a savings plan for your child this year you have until July 15th.