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$6 Million Going to MS to Help Curb Domestic Violence

$6 Million Going to MS to Help Curb Domestic Violence

Kanye West and Medical Marijuana on MS November Ballot

Kanye West and Medical Marijuana on MS November Ballot

Former MDE Director Indicted for Bribery

Former MDE Director Indicted for Bribery
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It s election season and after another four years it's time for voters to take to the polls, but what do you have to do before casting your vote?

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The former Director of the Mississippi Department of Education among three others has been indicted for bribery and the misusing of public money.

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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".

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Governor Tate Reeves hosted a press conference on Facebook live discussing the decline in Covid-19 cases in Mississippi.

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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…

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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.

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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.

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Governor Tate Reeves announcing Friday that some new measures are in place state wide in response to the spike in covid cases in Mississippi.

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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.

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With coronavirus cases in Mississippi on the rise, Governor Tate Reeves announces a pause in the re-opening process.

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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.

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Some Delta counties voted in the republican primary runoff yesterday. The primary runoff was originally postponed due to the coronavirus.

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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.

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Greenville Mayor Errick Simmons announcing a moment of solidarity and unity in light of the death of George Floyd.

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There's a new business in Greenville and they had their grand opening Saturday.

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For the graduates out there, Governor Tate Reeves announced he will be hosting a virtual graduation.

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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…

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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.

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Congressman Bennie Thompson announced over 2 and half million dollars in HRSA funds awarded to health centers in the second congressional district.