Some members of the Mississippi State Legislature test positive for covid-19.
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.
Governor Tate Reeves discussed the re-opening Friday afternoon in a press conference. One of the most debated issues has been barber shops, salons and gyms being closed, but those business are now set to re-open on monday.
Greenville Mayor Errick Simmons issues a new order that regulates how certain businesses operate during the COVID-19 pandemic. The order mandates that all businesses that offer drive-thru or drive-up service maintain strict social distancing guidelines. In a recent statement, the mayor makes…
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to upend life as we know it, Greenville mayor Errick Simmons is now taking drastic steps to try and reduce the risk of coronavirus in Greenville.
The state wide shelter in place order is in effect starting today at 5 p.m. Governor Tate Reeves made the announcement Wednesday in a press conference on Facebook live.
Governor Tate Reeves held a Facebook live press conference today and this time he was joined by top state health official Dr. Thomas Dobbs from the Mississippi State Department of Health.
Western Line School District announcing homework packets will be available for pick up on Mondays and Wednesdays from 9 a.m. to noon or daily during feeding times 11 a.m. to 12:30 pm.
Here's some good news, Walmart announcing that it's hiring in response to the strong demand in stores Walmart is looking to hire 150,000 thousand new associates through the end of May.
The Leflore County Circuit Clerk confirms former Leflore County District 4 Wayne Self loses his lawsuit challenging the November election results.