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02/25/2014 — Former CNN Anchor Speaks About Meredith Statue Incident

02/25/2014 — Dental Problems in Children on the Rise in Mississippi

02/24/2014 — Child Care Advocates Worry Finger Scan System Will Deter Families From Program

02/24/2014 — FBI Widens Investigation Into Desecration of Meredith Statue at Ole Miss

02/23/2014 — Eating Disorders Awareness Could Save Lives

02/21/2014 — 70% of Mississippians Know ‘Little’ or ‘Nothing’ About Health Insurance Exchange

02/21/2014 — Ole Miss Identifies Suspects in James Meredith Statue Incident

02/20/2014 — Miss. House Appropriates $2.15 Billion for Education; Critics Say It’s Not Enough

02/20/2014 — Mississippi Democratics Warn That Special Ed Vouchers Could Lead To Funding Of Private Schools

02/20/2014 — Miss. Senate Could Soon Tackle Teacher Pay Raises

02/20/2014 — Montford Point Marines from Mississippi Honored

02/20/2014 — Middle School Straight Talk on Tobacco Prevention

02/19/2014 — FBI Investigates Latest Ole Miss Race Incident

02/18/2014 — Mississippi NAACP Lays Out Its Legislative Priorities

02/18/2014 — Unknown Perpetrators Place Noose Around Meredith Statue on Ole Miss Campus

02/18/2014 — Mississippi Hospital Points To Medicaid Expansion As Reason For Doctor Layoff

02/17/2014 — HUD Says It Wants To See Port’s Jobs Plan Within 60 Days

02/17/2014 — Civil Rights Group Says Federal Foreign Exchange Program Exploits Participants

02/16/2014 — Heart Disease Is Largest Killer of Women In State

02/15/2014 — Governor Decides No Take Over of Scott County Schools

02/14/2014 — Some State Lawmakers See Race As A Factor In School District Consolidation Push

02/14/2014 — Stennis Center Embarks On New Era Of Space Program

02/14/2014 — New Low-Income Housing in Jackson Tied To Revitalization and Economic Initiative

02/13/2014 — Bill Would Ban Abortion After 20 Weeks

02/13/2014 — Advocacy Group Launches Housing Discrimination Project

02/12/2014 — Education In Legislature’s Focus Ahead of Deadline

02/12/2014 — Healthcare Advocates Are Asking Lawmakers For More Funds For Mammograms

02/12/2014 — Civil Rights Icon James Meredith Says Youth Should Be Focus

02/12/2014 — Miss Legislature Prepared to Extended DNA Testing

02/11/2014 — Mississippi Lawmakers Rush To Meet A Crucial Deadline

02/11/2014 — Mississippians React to New Justice Department Policies on Same-Sex Marriage

02/11/2014 — Corrections Bill Passes House

02/11/2014 — Scott County Residents Waiting For Gov to Decide Schools Fate

02/10/2014 — Banks, Credit Unions Offering Alternatives To Payday Loans

02/10/2014 — African Americans Hit Hardest by HIV/AIDS

02/10/2014 — The Mississippi Sovereignty Commission

02/07/2014 — ‘Repealers’ Could Be A Suprise Political Fight

02/07/2014 — Miss Board of Ed Declares Emergency At Scott County Schools

02/07/2014 — Keesler Faces Cuts As Air Force Budgets Shrink

02/06/2014 — State Could Soon Require Flu Vaccine Offer For Seniors

02/06/2014 — Mississippi House Passes Teacher Pay Raises

02/05/2014 — Miss. Gov. Declares February as Voter Registration Month

02/05/2014 — Appropriations Chairman: State Nearing Saving Limit

02/05/2014 — Hundreds of Bills Remain Alive In The 2014 Legislative Session

02/04/2014 — Should Junk Food be Limited with SNAP in Mississippi?

02/04/2014 — Democrats in the Legislature are Continuing their Push for Medicaid Expansion in the State

02/04/2014 — Details of Proposed Teacher Pay Raise Revealed

02/03/2014 — State Website Acts As Tool For Miss’ Job Seekers

01/31/2014 — Hope Lodge to Comfort Cancer Patients in Miss.

01/31/2014 — Study: Medicaid Coverage ‘Gap’ 40% Of Total Uninsured in Mississippi

01/30/2014 — Miss. Adopts New Law to Fight Concussion in Student Athletes

01/30/2014 — Miss. Leaders: More Can Be Done To Fix Race Relations

01/30/2014 — Mississippi Police and Firefighters Call For Increased Death Benefit

01/30/2014 — Open Carry Still Up for Debate in Mississippi

01/30/2014 — Medicaid Director: Expand Managed Care

01/29/2014 — Congressional Delegation Has Mixed Reactions to State of the Union

01/28/2014 — LeFlore County School District Seen As Example For More District Consolidation

01/28/2014 — Annual Survey Tracks Homelessness In Mississippi

01/28/2014 — Emergency Declared as Winter Storm Hits Mississippi

01/27/2014 — Mississippi Committee Moves To Limit ‘Invasive’ Bodyscans In Prisons

01/27/2014 — Mississippi’s Legislative Leaders Push To Brand Prison Reform As ‘Conservative

01/24/2014 — Proponents of Concussion Bill Say Law Will Help Children

01/24/2014 — Biloxi Businesses Hope Stadium Will Bring Boost

01/24/2014 — Miss Children Urged to Not Share Too Much on Web

01/23/2014 — Mississippi Democrats Warning Of Potential Changes To PERS

01/23/2014 — Relatively Few Proposals in State of State Address

01/23/2014 — Mississippi Lawmakers React To Governor’s Address

01/23/2014 — Miss Leaders To Focus On Race Relations At Prayer Luncheon

01/22/2014 — Mississippi Immigrants Rights Alliance Outlines It’s2014 Legislative Agenda

01/22/2014 — New Report Highlights Growth of E-Cigarettes

01/21/2014 — Mississippi Community Colleges Streamlining Remedial Courses

01/21/2014 — Delta Residents Are Calling For Full MAEP Funding

01/21/2014 — A Historical Marker is Unveiled at the home of McComb Civil Rights Leader the Late C.C. Bryan

01/20/2014 — Support for Teacher Pay Raise Building?

01/20/2014 — Mississippians Urged to Keep Working Toward King’s Dream

01/20/2014 — Port of Gulfport Announces New Tenant

01/20/2014 — Dutschke Pleads Guilty to Sending Ricin Letters to President, Senator Wicker

01/17/2014 — Board of Ed. to Vote On Eliminating Redundant Courses

01/17/2014 — Report Card: State Still ‘Failing’ in Public Health Goals

01/16/2014 — Democratic Lawmakers Set 2014 Legislative Agenda

01/16/2014 — Study Finds Obesity Rates May Be Under-reported, Especially In Some Regions

01/16/2014 — Mississippi House Approves Welfare Drug Testing

01/15/2014 — Government Now Largest Employer in Mississippi

01/14/2014 — House Bill Seeks To Track Ammunition Sales

01/14/2014 — Appeal Decision Not Likely To Speed Up Wait For MS Businesses

01/14/2014 — Miss Auto Workers Head to Detroit to Call for Union

01/13/2014 — Speaker Gunn: Time To Raise Teacher Pay

01/13/2014 — Sales Tax Increase Could Solve Jackson’s Infrastructural Woes

01/13/2014 — Stennis Test Stands Face Scrutiny

01/10/2014 — Mississippi House Passes Concussion Bill

01/10/2014 — Superintendents Say Lack of Funding Harming Schools

01/10/2014 — State Sees Drop in Youth Smoking; Adults Smoking Rates Still High

01/09/2014 — Taskforce Focuses On Mississippi Teacher Shortage

01/09/2014 — Miss. Mayors Looking To Get Local Option Sales Tax Passed, Again

01/08/2014 — Mississippi’s Largest Business Group Affirms Support For Common Core

01/08/2014 — Can Mississippi Make the Grade With GED’s New Overhaul?

01/08/2014 — Common Core Critics Are Calling On Lawmakers To Reevaluate Program

01/08/2014 — MS Teens’ Attitudes About Marijuana Are Changing

01/08/2014 — Bluesman Releases First Album at Age 81

01/07/2014 — 2014 Legislative Session Underway

01/07/2014 — Shelters Open For Those Fleeing Cold

01/07/2014 — Groups Opposed to Drilling Off Miss Coast Have Day in Court

01/07/2014 — Mississippi 2014 Legislative Session Begins Today

01/06/2014 — Active Shooter Drills Keeps One Mississippi School District Prepared for Worst

01/06/2014 — Lawmaker Wants To Beef Up Boards at Gulfport Port, DMR

01/06/2014 — Governor Bryant Offers Alternative To Medicaid Expansion

01/03/2014 — Education Funding Could Be Hot Topic In Upcoming Legislative Session

01/03/2014 — United Way Program Urges New Year’s Resolution: Giving Back

01/02/2014 — 13-thousand Mississippians Lose Unemployment Benefits

01/02/2014 — HUD Audit Questions Post-Katrina Water Grants

01/02/2014 — Miss Experiencing Higher Than Average Flu Season

01/02/2014 — Congress May Revisit Military Retiree Cost-of-Living Cuts

12/31/2013 — Miss Law Enforcement Cracking Down on Drunk Driving This New Year’s Eve

12/30/2013 — Christmas Tree Recycling Brings New Uses To Old Trees

12/30/2013 — Miss. May See Short Fall In Education Funding In 2014

12/30/2013 — Drilling Challenge Goes To Court On Jan. 6

12/30/2013 — Major Concerns Over Mississippis Ability to Respond to Infectious Disease Outbreaks

12/20/2013 — For the First Time, Mississippi Will Fund Pre-K

12/19/2013 — Health Care Enrollment Growing In Mississippi

12/19/2013 — Youth Incarceration Continues To Decline In Mississippi

12/19/2013 — Educators Are Not Giving Up On State’s High Dropout Rate

12/18/2013 — Deadline For Start Of The Year Insurance Approaching

12/18/2013 — Mississippi is Ripe for Holiday Heart Attacks

12/18/2013 — Gov.‘s Executive Order Will Not Affect Implementation of State’s Common Core Program

12/18/2013 — Coast Residents Comment On Latest Round of Oil Spill Projects

12/17/2013 — SPLC Files Suit Claiming Gay Students in Moss Point School District are Bullied

12/17/2013 — Task Force Recommends Changes To Mississippi’s Prison System

12/17/2013 — State Officials To Donate Toys to Children of Incarcerated Women

12/16/2013 — Health Care Groups Reach Out To Service Workers In Mississippi

12/16/2013 — JPS Superintendent Calls for Transportation Audit

12/16/2013 — Gun Hunting Season Reopens in Miss.

12/16/2013 — Veteran Homelessness Down Nationwide, But Progress In Mississippi Not Clear

12/13/2013 — Mississippi Law Enforcement Officers are Cracking Down on Drunken Driving

12/13/2013 — Mississippi Doctors Perform The First In-state Pancreas Transplant

12/13/2013 — Critics are Calling on Miss Lawmakers to Repeal Common Core

12/13/2013 — The Life and Legacy of Nelson Mandela is Being Celebrated at JSU

12/12/2013 — Study: Medicaid Expansion Could Essentially Be ‘Free’

12/12/2013 — Mississippi Ranked Most Unhealthy State

12/12/2013 — New GED Program Goes Into Effect in 2014

12/11/2013 — More Than 800 Mississippians Fully Enrolled On The Exchange

12/11/2013 — State Health Leaders Urge Flu Shot Ahead of Normal Flu Season

12/11/2013 — Civil Rights Leaders are Preparing to Commemorate Freedom Summer 50 years Later

12/10/2013 — Top Issues For The 2014 Legislative Session Come Into Focus

12/10/2013 — New Report Says 28% of Miss. Roads Are in Disrepair

12/10/2013 — Crime Victims Remembered at Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony

12/09/2013 — New Campaign Hits Mississippi TVs To Educate About Voter ID

12/09/2013 — Mississippians Pay Respects to Former Gov. Bill Allain

12/06/2013 — Spiritual Leaders Join Forces to Fight Crime in the Capital City

12/06/2013 — AG Hood: Gun OK On Government Property For ‘Enhanced Carry’ Permit Holders

12/06/2013 — New Teacher Retention Could Be Major Cause of Ongoing Shortage

12/05/2013 — Energy Leaders: Mississippi Poised For Energy Boom

12/05/2013 — Three Years After New Law, How Has Meth Treatment and Enforcement in Mississippi Changed?

12/05/2013 — Newspaper Claims State Auditor Defied Court Ruling to Release DMR Records

12/04/2013 — Jackson School Bus Drivers Walk Off Job to Protest Unfair Wages

12/04/2013 — Mississippi Corrections Task Force Close To Sweeping Reform Recommendation

12/04/2013 — Mississippians Are Talking About the Legacy of Former Gov. Bill Allain

12/04/2013 — State Leaders Remember Former Governor Bill Allain

12/04/2013 — Key Mississippi Committee Release 5.8-Billion Budget Recommendation

12/04/2013 — Know Where You Donate Your Dollars This Holiday Season.

12/03/2013 — Public Service Commissioner Says Organization Needs to Change How It Regulates

12/02/2013 — Miss Church Leaders Band Together to Fight HIV/AIDS

12/02/2013 — Officials Caution Consumers on Cyber Monday

12/01/2013 — Road Builders Call For More Spending On Mississippi Infrastructure

11/28/2013 — Faith-based Group Shares Plan to Lower Wind Insurance Costs

11/27/2013 — The Salvation Army Receives a Big Food Donation Just in Time for the Holidays.

11/27/2013 — Race Is On to Record WWII Vets’ Histories

11/26/2013 — Black Friday is Moving to Thusday

11/26/2013 — It’s National Diabetes Awareness Month and Mississippi Leads the Nation in Diabetes Cases

11/25/2013 — Mississippi Cracking Down On Underage Drinking

11/25/2013 — More Mississippians Turning to Food Pantries This Holiday Season

11/22/2013 — Thanksgiving Travel Likely Down This Year

11/22/2013 — Fifty Years Later: President Kennedy’s Legacy

11/22/2013 — Tuition in Mississippi is Getting More Expensive

11/22/2013 — Mississippi Department of Transportation Says Bridges Safe Despite Being Structurally Deficient

11/21/2013 — 137-Thousand Mississippians Have Individual Health Insurance Plans

11/21/2013 — Mississippi Department of Transportation Says Bridges Safe Despite Being Structurally Deficient

11/21/2013 — Mississippians are Being Encouraged to Quit smoking During Today’s Great American Smokeout

11/20/2013 — Cost To Join MPACT Could Climb Dramatically

11/20/2013 — National Survey Shows Number of Uninsured Children in Mississippi Declined

11/20/2013 — Mississippi Power Company in Court Over Kemper Facility

11/19/2013 — Jackson Neighborhood Gets National Recognition for Positive Transformation

11/19/2013 — Mississippi Agencies Keeping Rivers, Lakes Stocked with Fish

11/19/2013 — Mississippi Hopes to Expand Trade Relations with Japan

11/18/2013 — Addiction Groups Warn Of Holiday Drug And Alcohol Abuse

11/18/2013 — Mississippi Activists are Calling for State Leaders to Change Drug Policies

11/18/2013 — New Leadership Works To Get Troubled DMR Back On Track

11/15/2013 — Exchange Enrollment Push Heating Up

11/15/2013 — Jackson Leaders Disagree on Charter Schools

11/15/2013 — Few Mississippians Impacted By Health Care Reform Announcment

11/15/2013 — Mississippi Receives $7.5 Million for Restoration Projects

11/14/2013 — New Report Outlines Positive Impact of Nissan Plant in Mississippi

11/13/2013 — Bryant Releases 6-billion Dollar Recommended Budget

11/13/2013 — Federal Trial Date Set For Dec. 16 in DMR Case

11/13/2013 — Mississippians Are Coming Together for Philippines Relief

11/12/2013 — Mississippi Leaders Look to improve broadband Internet Access

11/12/2013 — State and Federal Officials Praise Mississippi’s Newest Power Plant

11/11/2013 — Program Encourages Schools to Bring Local Produce to Lunch Tray

11/11/2013 — Raytheon Adding 150 Jobs

11/11/2013 — Six Mississippi Vets Inducted Into Wall of Honor

11/11/2013 — Former Marine Resources Director, Other Employees Face Charges

11/08/2013 — A 2013 Nation’s Report Card Shows Challenges for Mississippi Students

11/08/2013 — Former DMR Director, Others Indicted on Federal, State Charges

11/07/2013 — Fighting Mississippi’s Obesity Epidemic with a Grocery Cart Makeover

11/07/2013 — Ingalls Opens New Training Facility

11/06/2013 — Mississippi Ranked Most Improved For Energy Efficiency

11/06/2013 — Brown Becomes Mississippi’s 1st Black Woman on Federal Bench

11/06/2013 — Final Gulf Coast Honor Flight Takes 70 Veterans to Washington

11/06/2013 — State Revenue Continues To Grow

11/05/2013 — Anti-Abortion, Abortion-Rights Activists Clash Over Mississippi’s Only Abortion Clinic

11/05/2013 — Mississippi Businesses Feel Impact of BP Court Battles

11/04/2013 — 40% of Mississippi Kids Unprepared for Kindergarten

11/04/2013 — Debate Over Common Core Standards Continues

11/04/2013 — Mississippi Highway Patrol Launches New “Pay Attention or Pay A Fine” Campaign

11/01/2013 — Mississippi Leads Nation In Premature Births

11/01/2013 — Federal Cuts in Food Stamp Program Takes Effect in Mississippi

11/01/2013 — Toys for Tots Kicks Off in Central MS

10/31/2013 — Top Mississippi Republicans Say Their Party Is United

10/31/2013 — Prison Reform Could Be Focus of Next Legislative Session

10/30/2013 — Mississippi Kids Not As Physically Fit As Kids In Other States

10/30/2013 — Weather Officials Urge Tornado Safety

10/30/2013 — Bryant: Blocked Executive Order a Matter of ‘Health Care Access’

10/29/2013 — Health Officials Want FAST Response to Stroke Warning Signs

10/29/2013 — Interest in State Funded Pre-K Strong

10/29/2013 — Judge Blocks Bryant’s Executive Order

10/28/2013 — Miss. State Dept. of Health Recommends Flu Vaccinations for All Mississippians

10/28/2013 — Drug Enforcement Encourages Safe Disposal of Unused Prescriptions

10/28/2013 — Judge Considers Constitutionality of Bryant’s Insurance Executive Order

10/25/2013 — Mississippi Schools Teach School Bus Safety

10/24/2013 — Officials Break Ground on Two new Mississippi Museums

10/24/2013 — Mississippi Teens Learn How to Keep Themselves, Peers Off Drugs

10/24/2013 — Mississippi Sees Potential In Foreign Tourism

10/23/2013 — Website Woes Result In Just A Handful Of Exchange Enrollees

10/23/2013 — Common Core Could Save Colleges Money

10/23/2013 — Mississippi’s Employment Numbers Delayed, Officials Remain Optimistic

10/23/2013 — Counties Worried About Tax Credit Assessments

10/22/2013 — Governor Bryant Orders Blue Cross To Put HMA Back In Network

10/21/2013 — Efforts are Underway to Attract More Black Males to College Classrooms.

10/21/2013 — President Obama Promsing Fix To Exchange Website

10/21/2013 — Thousands of Mississippians are Falling in to Health Insurance “Coverage Gap”

10/18/2013 — A New Report Cites Major Concern at henley-Young Juvenile justice Center

10/18/2013 — State Senator Chris McDaniel Announces Candidacy for US Senate

10/18/2013 — Mississippians Can Submit Restoration Ideas Online

10/17/2013 — Mississippi’s New State Superintendent Talks Plans and Goals

10/17/2013 — NAACP Holds Town Hall Meeting on Environment

10/17/2013 — Drill Prepares Mississippians for Earthquake

10/17/2013 — Sheriff Lewis Joins Push For Pre-K

10/16/2013 — Mississippi Educators are Pressing for More Money

10/16/2013 — Lott Weighs In On Government Shutdown

10/16/2013 — State Working to Help Mississippians with Dyslexia

10/15/2013 — Nissan Workers from South Africa are in Canton to Support Unionization Efforts

10/15/2013 — Chaney: Exchange Rollout a ‘Disaster’

10/15/2013 — Fire Deaths Down in Mississippi

10/15/2013 — Medicare Open Enrollment Begins

10/14/2013 — Mississippi Sees Drop in Number of SIDS Deaths

10/14/2013 — National ALCU Leader Details Lack Of Progress Toward Racial Justice

10/14/2013 — University of Southern Mississippi Fighting to Keep Military Training Program

10/14/2013 — Spotlight Shines on Historic Turkey Creek Community

10/11/2013 — Early Breast Cancer Detection Saves Lives

10/11/2013 — Domestic Violence Task Force Claims State Department of Health Withheld Funds

10/11/2013 — Teacher Group Leads Push For Common Core

10/11/2013 — HMA Claims Dispute with Blue Cross is Costing Money and Hurting Patients

10/10/2013 — Heroin Use Climbing In Miss., Mirroring National Trend

10/10/2013 — Allegations of Human Rights Violations Aimed at Nissan Canton

10/09/2013 — Miss. Businesses Gear Up for the ACA

10/08/2013 — Speaker Phillip Gunn on ‘Ideas Tour’

10/07/2013 — Attorney General Hood Expresses Growing Concerns About Hackers Getting Into Electrical Grids

10/07/2013 — South Mississippians Call For Immigration Reform

10/07/2013 — Insurance Exchange Fair Brings Hundreds

10/04/2013 — “Enhanced-Carry Permit” Raises Concern Among Miss. School Officials

10/03/2013 — Healthcare Officials Warn Exchange Enrollees Of Possible Scams

10/03/2013 — Federal Workers Wait , Worry During Govt Shutdown

10/02/2013 — Government Shutdown Closing Popular Tourist Spots in Mississippi

10/02/2013 — The Mississippi State Fair Begins Today

10/02/2013 — Enrollment in Health Insurance Exchange Continues

10/02/2013 — Government Shutdown Closes National Parks

10/01/2013 — Government Shutdown Furloughing Federal Workers in Mississippi

10/01/2013 — JPS Allows Anonymous Bullying Reporting

10/01/2013 — Health Insurance Exchange Opens Today

09/30/2013 — Mississippi Reaction to a Possible Government Shutdown

09/30/2013 — As Government Shutdown Looms, Miss. Looks at Possible Impact

09/30/2013 — Changes to Meat Inspection Could Spell Savings for Poultry Industry

09/27/2013 — ‘Cord Blood Law’ Again In National Spotlight

09/27/2013 — Mississippi’s “Cord-Blood Law” Draws National Attention

09/26/2013 — Central MS Black Mayors Align with Legislative Black Caucus

09/26/2013 — Hattiesburg Voters Hope Election Will Help City Move On

09/26/2013 — Cuts in the FBI Budget May Force States to Pick Up Slack

09/26/2013 — New Head Named For Mississippi Department of Education

09/26/2013 — Rates Released for Health Insurance Exchange

09/25/2013 — Miss. VA Medical Center Works to Alleviate Mental Health Issues in Vets

09/24/2013 — Miss. Organizations Worry About Impact of Possible Cuts to Food Stamp Program

09/24/2013 — Yokohama Breaks Ground on Tire Plant in West Point

09/24/2013 — MORA Looks To Increase Organ Donation in Miss.

09/23/2013 — Miss. Organizations Launch Enrollment Coalition for Health Insurance Exchange

09/20/2013 — Mississippi is Coming Out Of Recession, Says State Economist

09/19/2013 — Uncompensated Care Struggles Lead to Change At Hospital

09/19/2013 — Vaccinations are Still Vital in Protecting Mississippi’s Children

09/19/2013 — MDE Requests $308 Million Budget Increase for Upcoming Year

09/18/2013 — Miss. Sec of State Says He’ll Be Watching Hattiesburg Election

09/18/2013 — Efforts to Raise Public Awareness of Homelessness Underway in Jackson

09/18/2013 — Medicaid Budget Could Be Millions Short

09/17/2013 — Miss. Insurance Commissioner Threatens Legal Action Over Flood Insurance

09/17/2013 — So. Miss Groups Want to Grow Nature Tourism

09/17/2013 — Miss. Legislature Could Attempt Resolution in Blue Cross & HMA Battle

09/16/2013 — Deadly shooting at Navy Yard; Witnesses describe gunfire; helicopter searches resume

09/16/2013 — New Report Questions When Port Will Meet Jobs Goals

09/13/2013 — Mississippi Sees Significant Decline in Infant Mortality

09/13/2013 — Two More School Districts Could Be Takenover, Could Be Just The Beginning

09/13/2013 — JSU Hosts Summit Concerning Black Males and Education

09/13/2013 — Data Shows Improvement in State School Districts

09/12/2013 — Mississippians Speak Out on Syria

09/12/2013 — Mississippians Remember September 11th Attacks

09/12/2013 — Hunters Catch Record Breaking Sized Alligators in State

09/11/2013 — Miss. Congressmen Refuse to Support Military Action in Syria

09/11/2013 — More School Districts Face Conservatorship

09/10/2013 — Miss. Legislature Looks to Solve Wild Hog Problem in State

09/10/2013 — Miss. Parole Board Brings Back Inmate Monitoring Bracelets

09/09/2013 — Marine Resources Department Asks for Feedback on Drilling

09/09/2013 — Toyota Mississippi Introduces 2014 Corolla

09/06/2013 — Miss. Set to Receive Millions in Transportation Grant Money

09/06/2013 — JSU to Join With Holmes Community College To Create Transitional Classes

09/06/2013 — Ingalls Cuts May Be Hint Of Future In Military Spending

09/05/2013 — Gulf Coast Residents Weigh In On Syria

09/05/2013 — HMA and Blue Cross Dispute Continues

09/04/2013 — Open Carry Law Continues Drawing Mixed Reviews

09/04/2013 — Some Miss. Congressmen Question U.S. Strikes in Syria

09/04/2013 — Miss. Poultry Industry Could See Changes In Production

09/03/2013 — ‘Navigators’ In Place To Help Mississippians In Insurance Exchange

08/30/2013 — Tea Party Protests Affordable Care Act

08/30/2013 — Mississippians React to Open-Carry Ruling

08/29/2013 — Mississippians Rally for Education, Healthcare and Jobs

08/29/2013 — Miss. Coast Still in Recovery Eight Years After Katrina

08/29/2013 — Canton Celebrates Anniversary of March on Washington

08/29/2013 — MEMA Implements Severe Weather Smartphone Alert System

08/28/2013 — Commemoration of March on Washington Continues in Miss.

08/28/2013 — Mississippians Remember March on Washington

08/27/2013 — Miss. Think Tank Presents Nuclear Fuel Storage Plan to Legislators

08/26/2013 — Identity Theft Growing in Miss.

08/26/2013 — Pew Poll Shows Americans’ Outlook on Racial Equality

08/23/2013 — State Higher Ed. Officials Discuss Change in Pell Grant Program

08/23/2013 — Gov. Bryant Touts Manufacturing in the State

08/22/2013 — Health Insurance Exchange To Begin in October

08/22/2013 — Report Shows Improvement In State Dropout Rate

08/22/2013 — Coast Leaders Worried About Flood Insurance Changes

08/21/2013 — Parents of EMT hit by car, Call for Drivers to Use More Caution

08/20/2013 — Forums on Common Core Standards Take Place Around State

08/20/2013 — Port Director Says Project Will Meet Jobs Goals

08/19/2013 — Battle Over State’s Only Abortion Clinic Continues

08/16/2013 — Erin weakens to tropical depression in Atlantic

08/16/2013 — Coast Officials Eye Tropics As Hurricane Season Heats Up

08/16/2013 — Report on Cancer Prevention Gives Miss. Failing Marks

08/16/2013 — Gov. Bryant Announces New Healthcare Zones

08/15/2013 — Childcare Providers Continue Fight to Block Finger Scan Program in Miss.

08/14/2013 — Top Miss. Republican Points Out Challenges for GOP

08/13/2013 — Gulf Shrimpers Petition Trade Commission On Shrimp Pricing

08/12/2013 — First Premiums for Mississippi Insurance Exchange Released

08/12/2013 — Miss. Republicans Split on How to Eliminate Affordable Care Act

08/12/2013 — Report: Gulf Petrochemical Facilities Not Ready for Storms

08/09/2013 — Insurers Offer Discounts for Fortified Coast Homes

08/09/2013 — Coastal Grant Program Urges Homeowners To Apply Before Funds Run Out

08/09/2013 — More Concern Raised Over Possible Military Cuts in State

08/08/2013 — Leader of road study group proposes $700M in taxes

08/08/2013 — Miss. Organization Celebrates 20th Anniversary with Racial Reconciliation Tour

08/08/2013 — WWII Veteran Receives Honors 70 Years Later

08/07/2013 — Coast Guard Begins Tar Ball Removal on Miss. Gulf Coast

08/07/2013 — Officials Warn Mississippians Of Rising Temperatures

08/06/2013 — Later Miss. public school openings begin in 2014

08/06/2013 — Miss. Gulf Coast Real Estate Market Shows Signs of Recovery

08/06/2013 — Mississippi Schools Facing Sweeping Changes This New School Year

08/05/2013 — Parents Prepare for School Year with New Vaccine Requirement

08/05/2013 — Mississippi Has Lowest Breastfeeding Rate in Nation

08/02/2013 — Civil Rights activists in Mississippi plan 50th anniversary of Freedom Summer

08/02/2013 — Bryant and Gunn Address Open Carry and Medicaid at Neshoba County Fair

08/02/2013 — Teaching Sex Education in Mississippi: Part 4

08/02/2013 — MS Lab Finds New Ways to Test for Fish Fraud

08/01/2013 — Teaching Sex Education in Mississippi: Part 3

08/01/2013 — Miss. Plans To Study Oil Sands for Potential Oil

08/01/2013 — State Leaders Address Attendees at Neshoba County Fair

07/31/2013 — Areas of Miss.,La., Ala. included in USDA Disaster Declaration

07/31/2013 — Teaching Sex Education in Mississippi: Part 2

07/30/2013 — Miss. Catholics React to Pope’s Comments on Gays and Catholic Church

07/30/2013 — Nissan Plans More Expansion in Miss.

07/30/2013 — Teaching Sex Education in Mississippi

07/30/2013 — Miss. Lawmakers and Officials Continue Debate Over Voter ID Laws

07/30/2013 — Protesters Rally Against New Gun Company Coming to State

07/29/2013 — Some Coast Casinos Are Betting Big

07/29/2013 — Bennie Thompson Aims to Stop Proposed Cuts to Dialysis Providers

07/29/2013 — Some State Childcare Providers Plan Action to Stop MDHS Fingerprint Scan Requirement

07/26/2013 — Local Retailers Look Forward to Tax Free Weekend

07/26/2013 — Miss. Wireless Communications Commission Halts Broadband Network Construction: Part 2

07/26/2013 — US Attorney Warns Mississippians of Identity Theft

07/25/2013 — Wireless Commission Looks for Sustainable Funding for Emergency Radio System: Part 1

07/25/2013 — New DHS Fingerprinting Requirement Draws Criticism

07/25/2013 — Miss. Sees Decrease in Unemployment

07/24/2013 — Construction Set to Begin on Interstate 59 Expansion

07/23/2013 — Conservative Leaders Speak Out Against Gay Marriage in Mississippi

07/23/2013 — Miss. Receives Federal Money for Obesity Campaign

07/23/2013 — Miss. Missionary Baptist Convention Convenes in Jackson

07/23/2013 — State Teachers Prepare for New Common Core Changes

07/22/2013 — Mississippi Schools Could See Impact of Decreased Budgets

07/19/2013 — U.S. Senate Delay on Flood Insurance is Good News for Some Gulf Coast Residents

07/19/2013 — Organization Looks to Stem Drop Out Rate in Teen Mothers

07/18/2013 — City Leaders Look at Special Sales Tax Option to Fund City Projects

07/18/2013 — Miss. AG Moves to Push Open Carry Measure Into Effect

07/17/2013 — Gulf Coast Residents Discuss Plans for Restoration Funds

07/17/2013 — Job Fairs Seek Out Military Veterans

07/16/2013 — Mississippi Organizations Respond to Verdict in Trayvon Martin Case

07/16/2013 — Wildlife Tourism Is Big Bucks for Gulf Coast

07/15/2013 — Gay Mississippi Couples Rejected for Marriage Licenses

07/15/2013 — Gay Rights Activists in Miss. See Change in Thought on Same-Sex Marriage

07/12/2013 — Hurricane Experts Track 2013 Storms

07/12/2013 — New Regulations Call for Stricter Labeling of Catfish in Miss.

07/11/2013 — Business and State Leaders Respond to Open Carry Law

07/11/2013 — New Measure in Place to Combat Prescription Drug Overdoses in Miss.

07/10/2013 — Sierra Club Voices Concern About Cost Kemper County Plant

07/10/2013 — New Study Shows Improvement in Childhood Obesity Rates

07/09/2013 — Miss. Coastal Businesses Still In Fight Over Oil Spill Claims

07/09/2013 — Open Carry Law Remains On Hold

07/08/2013 — Open Carry Law Still in Question in Miss.

07/08/2013 — Scientists Research Aquatic Phenomenon To Prevent Death of Marine Life

07/03/2013 — Health Insurance Exchange Draws Concern from Federal Official

07/01/2013 — Lumumba Calls for Unity in Capital City

07/01/2013 — Medicaid Stands in Miss. Without Expansion

07/01/2013 — Miss. Highway Patrol Honors Some of First African-American Troopers

06/28/2013 — Open Carry Law Draws Criticism From Some Lawmakers

06/28/2013 — Miss. Lawmakers Respond to DOMA

06/28/2013 — Medicaid Special Session Continues

06/27/2013 — Gulf Dead Zone Worries Fishing Industry Experts

06/27/2013 — Special Session Brings Miss. Legislature Back to Deal With Medicaid

06/26/2013 — Mississippians React to SCOTUS Ruling on DOMA

06/26/2013 — Gay rights supporters erupt in cheers over ruling

06/26/2013 — Miss. Civil Rights Leaders Respond to SCOTUS Ruling

06/26/2013 — New Cord Blood Law Set to Begin In July

06/25/2013 — High court voids key part of Voting Rights Act

06/25/2013 — Miss. Education Officials React to Supreme Court Ruling

06/25/2013 — Study: Miss.  Has Country’s Worst Dentist Shortage

06/24/2013 — Final Biloxi Wade-in Anniversary Remembered

06/24/2013 — Concerns Remain About Medicaid Insurance Exchange in Miss.

06/24/2013 — Concerns Remain About Medicaid Insurance Exchange in Miss.

06/21/2013 — Officials Push for More Funding For Transportation

06/21/2013 — Jackson Hosts Disability Megaconference

06/20/2013 — Good News for County Budgets?

06/20/2013 — Youth Incarceration Shows Decline in Miss.

06/20/2013 — MPACT Funding Remains Uncertain

06/19/2013 — Event Encourages Swim Lessons for Kids

06/19/2013 — Attorney General Jim Hood Takes on Google

06/18/2013 — MDOC to keep 4 community work centers open

06/18/2013 — Preventing Vehicular Heat Deaths in Children

06/18/2013 — Student Loan Debt Becoming Bigger Problem for Miss. Grads

06/17/2013 — Community Groups Question Biloxi Stadium Plan

06/17/2013 — Six Republicans Cleared to Vote on Medicaid

06/14/2013 — Medgar Evers Statue Unveiled at Alcorn State University

06/14/2013 — County Works To Keep Sand Off Highway

06/13/2013 — Evers International Day of Remembrance Draws Hundreds

06/12/2013 — Exhibit Commemorates Civil Rights Icon Medgar Evers on 50th Anniversary of Killing

06/12/2013 — Shrimp Season Underway In Mississippi

06/11/2013 — Evers’ Home to Be Added to National Register of Historic Places

06/10/2013 — 50 Years Later: Remembering Medgar Evers

06/07/2013 — Employers Get Ready for Health Care Changes

06/07/2013 — Coast Officials Watch Season’s First Tropical Storm

06/06/2013 — Mississippi economy grew 2.4 percent in 2012

06/06/2013 — Democrats Release Medicaid Plan

06/05/2013 — Miss. Democrats Rally for New Medicaid Plan

06/04/2013 — Coast Bases Get Ready For Furloughs

06/04/2013 — Miss. gov: US education declined with working moms

06/04/2013 — Insurance Commissioner Advises Miss. Residents to Get Insurance Now

06/04/2013 — Opposition Continues for Kemper County Plant

06/03/2013 — Justice Dept. watching elections in 6 Miss. cities

06/03/2013 — Insurance Commissioner Hesitant About Exchange in Miss.

05/31/2013 — Dems Accuse Gov. Bryant of Interfering with Ethics Commission

05/31/2013 — Baseball Is Coming To Biloxi

05/31/2013 — MDOC Hit with Lawsuit Over Facility Conditions

05/30/2013 — 13 WIN Job Centers Closing

05/30/2013 — Military Furloughs to Begin in July

05/30/2013 — Officials Use Technology to Reach Residents

05/30/2013 — Outgoing Jackson Mayor Points to Infrastructure and Crime as Next Mayor’s Top Tasks

05/29/2013 — Coast Residents Urged to Consider Flood Insurance

05/29/2013 — Marker Commemorating Historic Sit-In Unveiled

05/28/2013 — Memorial Day Celebrations Begin Around State

05/28/2013 — Local Troop Leaders Respond to BSA Decision on Accepting Gay Scouts

05/28/2013 — Tourism Businesses Hope For Good Summer

05/27/2013 — The First Mississippi Republican Expresses Support For Medicaid Expansion

05/24/2013 — “Click It or Ticket” Enforcement Increasing in State

05/23/2013 — Conference Looks for Ways to Improve Healthcare in Miss.

05/23/2013 — Law Enforcement Helps Train Citizens for Worship Place Violence

05/23/2013 — Medicaid Director Projects New Expansion Cost for Miss.

05/22/2013 — Mississippi Tea Party Group Targeted By IRS

05/22/2013 — Survey Shows Broad Support for Medicaid Expansion in Miss.

05/21/2013 — Miss. Branch of Salvation Army Offering Help to Oklahoma Tornado Victims

05/21/2013 — Study: Nearly a quarter of teens drive while under the influence

05/21/2013 — New Poll Shows Tight Race for Jackson Mayor

05/21/2013 — SCOTUS Stays Out of Redistricting Battle

05/20/2013 — Court won’t get involved in Miss. redistricting

05/20/2013 — Nissan Workers Continue Fight for Unionization

05/17/2013 — Bike Draw Attention To POW and MIA Soldiers

05/17/2013 — Mississippi jobless rate dips as fewer seek work

05/17/2013 — Miss. Dept. of Revenue Set to Move

05/17/2013 — NAACP gathers in Jackson to remember Medgar Evers

05/16/2013 — Gov. Bryant Calls for Halt on Early Releases for ones Involved in Law Officers’ Deaths

05/15/2013 — College Board Promotes Minority Business in State

05/15/2013 — Skin Cancer Awareness Month Hopes to Raise Awareness of Disease

05/14/2013 — New White House Proposal Could Lessen Blow of Medicaid Cuts in Miss.

05/14/2013 — Teachers Encourage Summer Reading Programs for Area Students

05/14/2013 — African-American Students More Likely to Be Suspended Than White Students, study says

05/13/2013 — Local Eye Health Professionals Offer Free Exams

05/10/2013 — Mississippians React to Plan B Ruling

05/10/2013 — Local Response Teams Hold Mock Terrorist Attack Drill

05/10/2013 — Local Response Teams Hold Mock Terrorist Attack Drill

05/09/2013 — Family Of Murder Clarksdale Mayoral Candidate Demanding FBI Investigate

05/09/2013 — High STD Rates Concern State Health Officials

05/09/2013 — Family of Slain Clarksdale Mayoral Candidate Wants FBI Investigation

05/08/2013 — DNA Testing is Next Following Stay of Manning Execution

05/08/2013 — Miss. governor says he could run Medicaid program

05/08/2013 — Retailers in Miss. Look to Benefit From Possible Online Sales Tax

05/08/2013 — Execution Stayed For A Mississippi Man

05/07/2013 — FBI found 2nd error in death row case

05/07/2013 — Miss. Supreme Court blocks execution

05/07/2013 — Miss. Sec. of State on Watch for Voting Irregularities in Primaries

05/06/2013 — Deathrow Inmate Denied Stay Of Execution

05/06/2013 — Mississippi prepares new push on education

05/06/2013 — Clinton Schools Move to Random Drug Testing for Some Activities

05/03/2013 — Manning Attorneys Continue Fight for Stay of Execution

05/03/2013 — MIRA Raises Concern About Immigration Proposal

05/02/2013 — A Woman Now Facing Chargers In Kidnapping Of A Mississippi Girl

05/02/2013 — Miss. ricin-letters case headed to grand jury

05/02/2013 — New Exhibition Honors Medgar Evers

05/01/2013 — Local Advocacy Groups Want Stay of Manning Execution

05/01/2013 — Amber Alert canceled for missing child

05/01/2013 — Activists Rally for Civil Rights and Section 5

04/30/2013 — State Tuition Program in Financial Trouble

04/30/2013 — Groups support Manning’s efforts to stop execution

04/30/2013 — West Point Cheers Yokohama

04/29/2013 — Sexual Assault on College Campuses: Local Advocates Speak Out

04/29/2013 — Brief hearing held in suspicious letters case

04/29/2013 — Dental Professionals Offer Free Dental Care for Mississippians

04/28/2013 — State Agencies Closely Watching Medicaid Fight

04/26/2013 — Lawmakers Approve Bill to Bring Tire Company to Miss.

04/26/2013 — Man named in ricin mailing case goes into hiding

04/26/2013 — Nissan Donates 500K to Canton Elementary School

04/25/2013 — Costs Expected to Rise at Kemper Power Plant

04/25/2013 — April Marks National Child Abuse Prevention Month

04/24/2013 — UMMC Honors Mississippians Who Donate Body to Science

04/23/2013 — Mississippi Weighs in on Indian Adoption Case

04/23/2013 — AG Hood Sues BP Over 2010 Oil Spill

04/22/2013 — Doctors Give Free Oral Cancer Screenings

04/19/2013 — Mississippi Files Lawsuits Against BP

04/18/2013 — 2013 Allergy Season Worse Than Normal

04/18/2013 — Arrest Made in Suspected Poison Letters

04/16/2013 — Gulf Coast Advocates Call for BP to Face Full Penalty for Oil Spill

04/15/2013 — JPD Officials Release New Information On Police Headquarters Shooting

04/12/2013 — Details Still Unclear About JPD Officer Death

04/10/2013 — Mississippians React to Background Check Compromise Plan

04/10/2013 — Miss. organizations speak out on expected immigration legislation

04/09/2013 — April is Busiest Month for Tornadoes

04/09/2013 — April is Busiest Month for Tornadoes

04/05/2013 — Officials: DPS Due for Upgrades

04/05/2013 — Officials: DPS Due for Upgrades

04/05/2013 — Officials: DPS Due for Upgrades

04/04/2013 — Chlamydia, Gonorrhea On the Rise in Miss.

04/04/2013 — Bus Evacuation Drills Emphasize Safety for Mississippi Students

04/03/2013 — Disgruntled Veterans Voice Concerns At V.A. Town Hall Meeting

04/03/2013 — Former Gov. Barbour Offers His Thoughts on This Year’s Legislative Session

04/03/2013 — Charter School Bill Headed To Governor

04/02/2013 — State High Court Hears Case of Woman Charged in Stillbirth

04/02/2013 — Charter Schools Clear Critical Hurdle

04/02/2013 — EPA: Half of Rivers in U.S. Are Dirty

04/01/2013 — House Democrats Block Another Medicaid Bill

04/01/2013 — House Democrats Block Another Medicaid Bill

03/29/2013 — National Parks in Miss. Cutting Back

03/29/2013 — Mississippi Law Enforcement Begins Operation Bunny Hop

03/28/2013 — Board of Health Nomination Causes Capitol Controversy

03/28/2013 — Civil Rights Groups Speak Out Against Guns in Schools

03/27/2013 — Human Trafficking is on the Rise and We Examine the Impact in Mississippi

03/27/2013 — Hail Damage Keeping Insurers, Glass Shops Busy

03/27/2013 — Hundreds Rally For Medicaid Expansion in Mississippi

03/27/2013 — LGBT Supporters Rally at Capitol

03/26/2013 — Bullying Can Lead to Serious Long Lasting Consequences

03/26/2013 — Mississippi House Rejects ‘Omnibus’ Education Bill

03/25/2013 — Mississippians React to the U.S. Supreme Court Case on Gay Marriage

03/25/2013 — Feds Investigating Jackson VA Hospital

03/25/2013 — State Democrats Claim There Is Enough Money To Increase Education Spending

03/22/2013 — Firefighters Across Mississippi are Applauding Congresses Efforts to Fund a Grant Assistance Program

03/22/2013 — Firefighters Across Mississippi are Applauding Congresses Efforts to Fund a Grant Assistance Program

03/22/2013 — Meridian Schools, Justice Department Reach Deal on Discipline Policies

03/22/2013 — Democratic Lawmakers Warn About State Budget Projections

03/21/2013 — SPLC Demands Moss Point School District End Anti-Gay Bullying and Harassment

03/21/2013 — State Lawmakers Up Revenue Estimates

03/21/2013 — Ret. Generals Call for State Funded Pre-K

03/20/2013 — A program to get More African American Girls Interested in Engineering is Headed to Mississippi

03/20/2013 — Job Fair Connects Employers With Job Seekers

03/20/2013 — Education Chairmen Predict Reform Agenda Will Pass

03/19/2013 — Iraq Vets in Mississippi Recall War

03/19/2013 — Mississippi’s Democatic Lawmakers See Money For MAEP

03/19/2013 — Mississippians Reflect Ten Years After The Invasion Of Iraq

03/18/2013 — GED Test Changes Bring Challenges

03/18/2013 — 50 Years After a Landmark Supreme Court Decision, Problems Still Persists for Defending the Poor

03/18/2013 — Getting Ahead With Early Ed? Proving Preschool With Performance

03/18/2013 — Getting Ahead With Early Ed? Proving Preschool With Performance

03/17/2013 — First Budget Deadline Looms

03/15/2013 — Mississippi Law Officers are Urging Legislators to Support a Bill for State Funded Pre-K

03/14/2013 — Gov. Bryant Signs School Prayer Bill

03/14/2013 — Gov. Bryant Signs School Prayer Bill

03/14/2013 — Mississippi Catholics are Praying and Celebrating the New Pope

03/14/2013 — UMC Performs 1st Liver Transplant in 22 Years

03/14/2013 — Mississippi Senators Approve Changes To MAEP

03/13/2013 — Early Detection is the Best Defense against Colon Cancer

03/12/2013 — Mississippi Senate Passes Sweeping Education Bill

03/12/2013 — Mississippi House Revives A Bill To Arm School Employees

03/12/2013 — Hawkins Field Air Traffic Control Tower in Jackson is One of Seven in State to Shut Down

03/12/2013 — Hawkins Field Air Traffic Control Tower in Jackson is One of Seven in State to Shut Down

03/12/2013 — Mississippi Catholics Watching Pope Selection

03/12/2013 — Medicaid Debate Continues in House

03/11/2013 — Unemployment Rates for African American Teens Turn Upward

03/11/2013 — Mississippi Hospital Association Backs Off Call For Full Medicaid Expansion

03/08/2013 — Hire Mississippi Heroes Job Fair Getting Veterans Back to Work

03/08/2013 — Identify Theft is One of the Fastest Growing Crimes in Mississippi.

03/08/2013 — Identify Theft is One of the Fastest Growing Crimes in Mississippi.

03/08/2013 — HIV/AIDS Prevention Advocates Call for Legislators to Expand Medicaid

03/07/2013 — Kemper Plant Brings Economic Stimulus to East Miss.

03/06/2013 — Mississippi Homeland Security Officials Give Boost to Local Law Enforcement

03/06/2013 — Democrats Offer Alternate Medicaid Plan

03/06/2013 — PSC Approves Rate Increase for Kemper Coal Plant

03/05/2013 — Mississippi Tourism Leaders Want More Dollars to Attract Visitors.

03/04/2013 — HIV/AIDS Prevention Advocates Cautiously Optimistic About Cure

03/04/2013 — Transportation Officials Want to Increase Mississippi’s Gas Tax to Pay for Infrastructure Needs

03/04/2013 — Hospital CEO: Medicaid Expansion Needed To Maintain Services

03/04/2013 — Mississippi Child Cured of HIV

03/02/2013 — Governor Expected to Sign Bill Closing Concealed Carry Permits Info

03/02/2013 — Mississippians Weigh the Future of the Voting Rights Act

03/01/2013 — How Will Sequestration Cuts Impact Mississippi

02/28/2013 — Mississippi Lawmakers Considering Letting School Staff Carry Guns

02/28/2013 — First Lady Michelle Obama Salutes Obesity Efforts in Mississippi

02/28/2013 — First Lady Michelle Obama Visits Two Clinton Elementary Schools to Talk about Healthy Eating

02/27/2013 — ‘Third Grade Gate’ Clears Another Legislative Hurdle

02/27/2013 — “Bring Back The White Kids”: A Fight To Integrate In Rural Mississippi

02/27/2013 — “Bring Back The White Kids”: A Fight To Integrate In Rural Mississippi

02/27/2013 — Early Childhood Advocates Rally at the Capitol in Support of Pre-K Funding

02/27/2013 — A Civil Rights Veteran Speaks out Against Possible Changes to Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act

02/26/2013 — Senate Committee Approves Exempting Weapons Permit Info From Public Access

02/26/2013 — MDOC Budget 30-Million Short

02/25/2013 — Miss. Education Would Lose Millions Under Sequestration

02/25/2013 — Clinton, Tenn. After Segregation: A Small Southern Town’s Struggle With The Past

02/23/2013 — Education Advocates Discuss the Importance of Educating Children Even in Tough Economic Times

02/22/2013 — Flu Vaccine Failing to Protect Elderly Residents

02/22/2013 — Lawmakers Explore Options for Medicaid Renewal

02/22/2013 — Mississippi Mayors Call for Vote on Local Sales Tax Bill

02/21/2013 — BP Oil Disaster Trial Looms

02/21/2013 — Civil Rights Leaders are Watching Challenge to 1965 Voting Rights Act Closely

02/21/2013 — Miss. Catholic Charities Call for Medicaid Expansion

02/20/2013 — Time To Raise the State Gas Tax?

02/20/2013 — Medicaid Faces Setback In House Appropriations Process

02/20/2013 — SPLC Report Claims Guest Worker Program Exposes Workers to Abuse

02/20/2013 — Officials Urging Residents to Use Free File Software

02/19/2013 — Madison County Schools Conduct an Active Shooter Exercise

02/18/2013 — Miss. U.S. Senator Not Optimistic About Sequestration Deal

02/18/2013 — State Lawmakers Look To Create A Second-Degree Murder Charge

02/16/2013 — Recovery Continues After South Miss. Tornadoes

02/15/2013 — Helping Mississippi Vets Transition from the Battlefield to the Civilian Workforce

02/15/2013 — Medicaid Fight Could Get Messy

02/14/2013 — Advocates Warn About Teen Dating Violence

02/14/2013 — Mississippi Senate Targets Abortion Inducing Drugs

02/14/2013 — Mississippi Senate Targets Abortion Inducing Drugs

02/14/2013 — Bill Aims To Help Children With Speech Problems

02/14/2013 — How Will the President’s Plan to Raise Minimum Wage Affect Mississippi

02/13/2013 — Public Debate Over Charter Schools Continues

02/13/2013 — Volunteers Help Residents Hit by Tornadoes

02/12/2013 — State Lawmakers Look To Privatize Child Support Collection

02/12/2013 — African American Women in Mississippi are 11 times More Likely to be Diagnosed with HIV

02/12/2013 — South Miss Residents Recovering from Tornado

02/12/2013 — Mississippi Catholics React to the Resignation of Pope Benedict the Sixteenth

02/11/2013 — Federal Officials Assessing Storm Damage in Southeast Mississippi

02/11/2013 — Tornado Rips Through Hattiesburg

02/11/2013 — Tornado Rips Through Hattiesburg

02/08/2013 — Report: Black Students Face Harsher Discipline

02/08/2013 — Chaney: Options Open After Exchange Rejection

02/08/2013 — Mississippi Legislators Moving Through Non-Controversial Bills

02/08/2013 — Mississippi Legislators Moving Through Non-Controversial Bills

02/08/2013 — Chaney ‘Betrayed’ By Insurance Exchange Decision

02/08/2013 — USM has a New President and it’s a Historic Hire

02/08/2013 — USM has a New President and it’s a Historic Hire

02/07/2013 — Lawmakers Push to Seal Concealed Carry Permits

02/07/2013 — Education Reform Measures Moving Forward

02/07/2013 — Education Reform Measures Moving Forward

02/06/2013 — Mississippi Students Participate in a Statewide Tornado Drill

02/06/2013 — Conservative Commentator George F. Will on National, Mississippi Politics

02/06/2013 — Senate Bill Would Renew Medicaid, Allow Expansion Debate

02/06/2013 — Lawmakers Seek to Tighten Bar on Human Trafficking.

02/05/2013 — Lawmakers Vote Guns For Teachers

02/05/2013 — Raising Awareness of Heart Disease in Women

02/04/2013 — Officials: Prepare Now for Severe Weather

02/04/2013 — Senate Committee Facing Deadline To Renew Medicaid

02/04/2013 — Senate Committee Facing Deadline To Renew Medicaid

02/02/2013 — IHL Commissioner Weighs in on JSU, Tulane and Madison Mayor Controversy

02/01/2013 — Dental Care Lacking for Miss. Children

02/01/2013 — Myrlie Evers-Williams Talks about Racial Reconciliation

02/01/2013 — Medicaid Bill Fails to Pass House

02/01/2013 — Growing Doubts About For-Profit Public School Management

02/01/2013 — Growing Doubts About For-Profit Public School Management

01/31/2013 — Education Committees Rush To Beat Deadline

01/30/2013 — State Move Toward Publically Funded Pre-K

01/30/2013 — State Move Toward Publically Funded Pre-K

01/30/2013 — Mayors Ask for Local Option Sales Tax

01/30/2013 — Pro-Union Nissan Workers Claim Threats, Intimidation

01/29/2013 — State Auditor Says MAEP Cannot Be ‘Verified’

01/29/2013 — Mississippi Supreme Court to Decide if Utility Companies Can Charge Customers for a Plant

01/29/2013 — Crews Working to Contain Oil in Miss. River

01/28/2013 — Hospitals CEOs Warn Of Cost Of Not Expanding Medicaid

01/28/2013 — Ole Miss Vice Chancellor Hephner-LaBanc Discusses Election Night Report

01/28/2013 — Ole Miss Releases Incident Review Committee Report on Election Night

01/28/2013 — Ole Miss Releases Incident Review Committee Report on Election Night Events

01/26/2013 — House GOP Eyes Bigger Education Reform Agenda

01/26/2013 — Advocates Fight Human Trafficking in Misissippi

01/25/2013 — PSC, Miss. Power Reach Settlement Over Kemper Co. Plant

01/24/2013 — New Projection: Medicaid Expansion Could Mean 15-billion Increase in Federal Spending in Mississippi

01/24/2013 — Mississippi House Approves Charter School Bill

01/24/2013 — Advocates Opposing Immigration Reform Legislation

01/23/2013 — Mississippians Head to Presidential Inauguration

01/23/2013 — Mississippians Head to Presidential Inauguration

01/23/2013 — Opposition to Charter Schools is Growing in Oxford School District

01/23/2013 — Bryant: ‘Bold Action’ Needed in Mississippi

01/23/2013 — 40th Anniversary of Roe v. Wade Spurs Demonstration in Mississippi

01/22/2013 — Two Mississippi Universities Offer Scholarships to Future Teachers

01/22/2013 — Two Mississippi Universities Offer Scholarships to Future Teachers

01/21/2013 — Mississippians Remember MLK with Day of Service

01/21/2013 — Gov. Bryant Set To Give State Of The State Address

01/21/2013 — One Mississippi Schools Take Of MLK And Robert E. Lee Day

01/20/2013 — Supporters of An Indoor Smoking Ban See Progress

01/18/2013 — State Leaders Hope to Find Jobs for Veterans

01/18/2013 — U.S. Attorney General Holder Honors Mississippi U.S. Attorney

01/17/2013 — Report: Mississippi Schools Too Harsh On Students

01/17/2013 — Mississippi Senate Passes Charter School Bill

01/16/2013 — Right-Leaning Think Tank Warns Mississippi Law Markers About State Run Health Insurance Exchange

01/15/2013 — Mississippi Maintains High Incarceration Rate

01/15/2013 — Democrats Ready to Challenge Retirement System Cuts

01/15/2013 — Mississippi Moving Forward With Program To Track The Effectiveness of State Spending

01/14/2013 — Mississippi Gun Owners Oppose Stricter Regulations

01/14/2013 — Gun Control Concerns Drive Thousands to Jackson Gun Show

01/12/2013 — Mississippi Only Abortion Clinic Misses Deadline To Comply With New Law

01/11/2013 — Mississippi Leaders Look To Improve School Safety

01/11/2013 — MEC Captial Day Focuses on Education

01/10/2013 — Mississippi Only Abortion Clinic Facing Critical Deadline

01/10/2013 — Education Reform Off To Rough Start

01/10/2013 — Concealed Weapon Permit Applications Spike in Mississippi

01/09/2013 — Flu Season Hits Hard and Early in Mississippi

01/08/2013 — Study: Pell Grant Restrictions Hurt Mississippi Students

01/08/2013 — 2013 Legislative Session Opens

01/08/2013 — Mississippi legislative session begins.

01/07/2013 — Business Leaders Call for Charter Schools

01/07/2013 — Public Health Advocates Call For Medicaid Expansion

01/05/2013 — Freezing Temps Mean More Draw on Charities

01/04/2013 — Some Mississippians See Positives In Delay Of Insurance Excange Plan

01/04/2013 — Some Mississippians See Positives In Delay Of Insurance Exchange Plan

01/04/2013 — Snags In Subsidized Lunch For Little Learners

01/03/2013 — Charter School Fight Looms as 2013 Session Nears

01/03/2013 — State Dispute Puts A Mississippi Insurance Exchange In Question

01/03/2013 — Sixth Person Pleads Guilty In Racially Motivated Attacks

01/02/2013 — Fiscal Cliff Splits Mississippi Republican Delegation

01/02/2013 — State Economist: Fiscal Cliff Deal Could Slow Economy

12/31/2012 — UMC Researchers Studying How Sleep Affects African Americans’ Health

12/31/2012 — Mississippi Lawmakers Prepare To Return To Jackson

12/31/2012 — Will 2013 be the Year Mississippi Loses its Title as the Fattest State in America?

12/31/2012 — Advocates Urge NYE Partygoers, Don’t Drink and Drive

12/28/2012 — MDEQ Encourages Mississippians to Remember the Environment this Holiday Season

12/27/2012 — Harper: No Fiscal Cliff Deal Bad for Mississippians and Business

12/27/2012 — Highway Officials are Beefing Up Holiday Road Patrols

12/21/2012 — Tax Tips for Maximizing Charitable Deductions

12/21/2012 — A Domestic Violence Offenders Program is Working in Clinton

12/21/2012 — Mississippians Honor Sandy Hook Shooting Victims

12/20/2012 — Religious Leaders to Pray for Victims of Sandy Hook Shootings

12/20/2012 — Mississippi Congressman Calls For Extension Of Nearly All Tax Rates

12/20/2012 — Firearm Sales in Mississippi Spiking After Newtown, Ct. Tragedy

12/20/2012 — Mississippi Sex Education: An Investigative Series

12/20/2012 — Mississippi Sex Education: Choosing “Choosing the Best”

12/20/2012 — Salvation Army Red Kettle Donations Coming Up Short

12/19/2012 — A Memorial Service for Sandy Hook Elementary School Victims is Held at JSU

12/19/2012 — Mississippi Sex Education: Half Of Districts’ Programs Don’t Meet State Requirements

12/19/2012 — Judge Dismisses Challenge to Kemper Power Plant

12/18/2012 — State School Superintendent Lays Out Reform Agenda

12/18/2012 — Miss. Sex Ed: Will It Work?

12/18/2012 — Miss. Clergy Turn to Prayer After Conn. Shooting

12/18/2012 — The Clinton School District is One of Many Across the State Reevaluating Security

12/17/2012 — Miss. Sex Ed: Neglecting The Evidence

12/17/2012 — Mississippi’s Six Electoral Votes Go To Romney/Ryan

12/17/2012 — Mississippi’s Six Electoral Votes Go To Romney/Ryan

12/16/2012 — Mississippi Lawmakers Ask: Time To Scrap MAEP?

12/15/2012 — New EPA Standards Will Reduce the Amount of Soot in the Air

12/14/2012 — Mississippi Senator Issuing Warnings About The ‘Fiscal Cliff’

12/14/2012 — Is Jeb Bush Leading Education Reform in Mississippi?

12/13/2012 — State Senator Alice Harden’s Funeral is Today in Jackson.

12/13/2012 — Mississippi Doctors Using Balance To Diagnose Concussions

12/13/2012 — Charter School Expansion Top Priority For Miss. Republicans

12/13/2012 — Mississippi lawmakers Prepare to Tackle Education In 2013

12/13/2012 — Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves Outlines His 2013 Legislative Agenda

12/13/2012 — Study: 98% of Mississippi Voters Have Valid Photo ID

12/13/2012 — Study: 98% of Mississippi Voters Have Valid Photo ID

12/12/2012 — Cleveland School Board President on Desegregation Case

12/12/2012 — Cleveland Mother Testifies in Desegregation Case

12/12/2012 — Cleveland School District Lawyer on Desegregation Case

12/12/2012 — Judge Hears Arguments in Delta Desegregation Case

12/11/2012 — Labor Groups Change Sides, Support Kemper Power Plant

12/11/2012 — Lawmakers Revealing Budget Outline for FY14

12/11/2012 — Lawmakers Revealing Budget Outline for FY14

12/11/2012 — Lawmakers Begin Talks on Medicaid Expansion

12/10/2012 — Help for Mississippi Homeowners Facing Foreclosure

12/07/2012 — Access To Basic Health Screenings A Problem For Many Mississippians

12/07/2012 — Childcare Providers Say Fingerscan Program Will Hurt Business

12/07/2012 — Governor, State Aim to Lower Mississippi’s High Teen Pregnancy Rate

12/06/2012 — Abstinence Plus Sex Education Supports Hope To See Results

12/05/2012 — Hog Wild: Experts Say Feral Pigs Are a Serious Threat

12/05/2012 — 20 Mississippians Deploying To Afghanistan

12/05/2012 — Flu Season Hits Early in Mississippi

12/05/2012 — Two More Men Plead Guilty to Federal Hate Crime Charges

12/05/2012 — Mississippi Lawmakers Travel To Arkansas To Look At Charter Schools

12/04/2012 — MEMA Director Robert Latham Testifies before Congress about Disaster Preparedness

12/03/2012 — For the More than 500 Thousand Mississippians on Medicare, Open Enrollment Ends this Friday

12/03/2012 — Salvation Army Bell Ringers are Canvassing Shopping Centers to Raise Millions for the Red Kettle

11/30/2012 — Ole Miss Panel Discusses Ways to Move Past Race Protest

11/30/2012 — Saturday is World Aids Day and we look at the Impact of AIDS in Mississippi

11/28/2012 — Health Care Reform Advocates: ACA Will Greatly Impact Minorities

11/28/2012 — Legal Battle To Keep Mississippi’s Only Abortion Clinic Open Resumes

11/28/2012 — Can A School Go “F” To “B” In One Year?

11/28/2012 — Can A School Go “F” To “B” In One Year?

11/28/2012 — Can A School Go “F” To “B” In One Year?

11/28/2012 — Ole Miss Community Discusses Race Protest After Election

11/28/2012 — Town Hall Meeting was held in Brookhaven to Talk about Mississippi’s Teen Pregnancy Epidemic

11/27/2012 — Mississippi Economic Recover Dependent On National, International Factors

11/27/2012 — The City of Jackson is the Latest Mississippi Community Seeking a Teen Curfew

11/27/2012 — Giving Tuesday: Miss. Charities Asking for Generosity

11/26/2012 — Ole Miss Opens Food Bank for Hungry Students

11/23/2012 — Retailers Counting on Strong Black Friday

11/21/2012 — Mississippi is Looking for Nearly $395M in Back Taxes and Penalties

11/20/2012 — A Ruling By Three Judges Could Signal The End Of The Fight Over Redistricting

11/20/2012 — Operation Shoestring Provides Hundreds of Thanksgiving Dinners to Needy Families

11/19/2012 — Groups Say Kemper Power Plant is Over Budget and Behind Schedule

11/19/2012 — Groups Say Kemper Power Plant is Over Budget and Behind Schedule

11/19/2012 — Holiday Travel Up, But Not By Much

11/19/2012 — Ole Miss Incident Committee Commences Work

11/17/2012 — Fight Over Finger Scan Program Continues

11/16/2012 — Mississippi To Get 335-Million From BP Criminal Settlement

11/15/2012 — Victims of Sexual Assault in Mississippi Have More Services

11/15/2012 — Food Donations Heading to New Jersey After Sandy

11/15/2012 — UM and MSU Students To Pay $50 More Every Semester

11/15/2012 — Governor Bryant Releases Budget Recommendation

11/14/2012 — Mississippi To Operate Its Own Insurance Exchange

11/14/2012 — Ole Miss Dean of Students Reardon Speaks About Ways Forward After The Election Protests

11/14/2012 — Ole Miss Police Chief Speaks About Hate Crime Probe

11/14/2012 — Ole Miss Continues Investigation Into Alleged Hate Crime

11/14/2012 — Mississippi Leaders Take the SNAP Challenge

11/13/2012 — Education Leaders Look For New Ways To Prevent Dropouts

11/13/2012 — Ole Miss Student Leaders Condemn Election Protest

11/13/2012 — UM Law School Symposium Seeks Answers On How to Help the Mississippi Delta

11/13/2012 — Mississippi Universities Collaborate With National Labs

11/13/2012 — Big Names Have Big Ideas for Education

11/12/2012 — Health Care and Education Likely To Dominate Legislative Session

11/09/2012 — Mississippi Celebrates Veterans’ Day

11/09/2012 — Miss. Oil & Gas Industry on the Rise, So is Risk

11/08/2012 — Insurance Commissioner: State Ready To Run Insurance Exchange

11/08/2012 — Anti-Obama Protest at Ole Miss Opens Old Scars

11/08/2012 — Mississippi Democrats and Republicans Assess Elections

11/08/2012 — Two University Professors Analyze the Party Politics of the Election

11/07/2012 — Tuesday’s Election Sets Up Big Issues For Mississippi

11/07/2012 — Ole Miss Protest: Admin Speaks

11/07/2012 — Ole Miss Protest: Admin Speaks

11/07/2012 — Ole Miss Riot Rumors Downgraded to Protest

11/07/2012 — Ole Miss Riot Rumors Downgraded to Protest

11/07/2012 — Ole Miss Riot Rumors Downgraded to Protest

11/07/2012 — Ole Miss Riot Rumors Downgraded to Protest

11/07/2012 — Hundreds of Homeless Veterans Living in the Woods Along the Mississippi Gulf Coast

11/07/2012 — Hundreds of Homeless Veterans Living in the Woods Along the Mississippi Gulf Coast

11/07/2012 — Congressmen Harper (R) & Thompson (D) Cruise to Re-Election

11/07/2012 — Palazzo Wins Second Term in Mississippi’s 4th District

11/07/2012 — High Turnout; Few Problems Reported

11/06/2012 — Oil Spill Research Project Led by Mississippi Team of Scientists

11/06/2012 — Group Calls on Gov. Bryant to Retract Voluntary Voter ID Statement

11/05/2012 — Political Experts Predict Party Reaction To Presidential Loss

11/03/2012 — Mississippians Reaching Out to Swing State Voters

11/02/2012 — Felony Convictions Often Lead To Lifetime Voting Bans in Mississippi

11/02/2012 — Report: Slow Recovery Ahead for Mississippi Economy

11/01/2012 — Elections Officials Urge Mississippians to Go Vote

11/01/2012 — Some Worried That Voters And Poll Workers Confused Of Status of Voter ID Law

10/31/2012 — Leaders Discuss Future of Miss. Party Politics

10/31/2012 — Canadian-Mississippi Trade Relations Highlighted

10/30/2012 — Jackson Public School Board Makes Deal to Keep Accreditation

10/30/2012 — “Will President Obama’s Stance on Same Sex Marriage Dampen the Black Religious Vote?”

10/29/2012 — Mississippians Respond to Sandy

10/29/2012 — MDA Head: State Must Work Together To Lure New Industry

10/29/2012 — First Congressional District Candidates Square Off

10/27/2012 — ‘Blueprint’ Health Care Report Avoids Recommendation On Medicaid Expansion

10/26/2012 — Toyota Is Bullish on Sales

10/25/2012 — Joint Elections Committee Opposes Running Another Round of Elections

10/24/2012 — Court Puts Controversial Fingerscan Program on Hold

10/24/2012 — Mississippi Updates Jury Instructions For First Time in 30 Years

10/24/2012 — Separate Still Not Equal

10/23/2012 — Officials Urge School Bus Safety

10/23/2012 — New Medicaid Expansion Projection Could Shape Mississippi Debate

10/23/2012 — New Medicaid Expansion Projection Could Shape Mississippi Debate

10/23/2012 — Mississippians React to Final Debate

10/23/2012 — Gov. Byrant Brings Anti-Teen Pregnancy Message To Mississippi Teens

10/22/2012 — Looking Ahead To Tonight’s Last Presidential Debate

10/19/2012 — State Port Director Resigns, Expansion Plans Reconsidered

10/19/2012 — Poverty and Education, Some Say Charter Schools are the Answer

10/19/2012 — Army Corp To Lay 1,000-Acres Of Protective Concrete

10/19/2012 — Barbour Shoots Down Rumors About Possible White House Job

10/19/2012 — Ole Miss Names New Center After Ex-Governor Barbour

10/18/2012 — Health Experts Urge Breast Cancer Screenings

10/18/2012 — Health Experts Urge Breast Cancer Screenings

10/18/2012 — Commission To RecommendChanges To Mississippi’s Youth justice System

10/17/2012 — Experts Hope to Tackle Infant Mortality

10/17/2012 — State Health Officials Recommend Flu Shots

10/16/2012 — Miss. NAACP Calls for New Voting Districts

10/16/2012 — Education Advocates Call For More Pre-K Education

10/15/2012 — Bullying Prevention Focuses on Schoolwide Programs

10/15/2012 — Drop in State Revenue Blamed On Computer Update

10/12/2012 — Bryant Fighting Efforts to Allow Young Immigrants to Stay In Mississippi Under New Program

10/12/2012 — West Nile Still a Concern in Fall

10/12/2012 — GOP Sets Mississippi Record For Presidential Donations

10/12/2012 — Mississippi Republicans Praise Ryan’s Grasp of Domestic and Foreign Policy Issues in Debate

10/12/2012 — Miss. Democrats Applaud VP Biden’s Debate Performance

10/11/2012 — Many Mississippians Avoiding Treatment of Mental Health Issues

10/11/2012 — Many Mississippians Avoiding Treatment of Mental Health Issues

10/10/2012 — Child Care Operators Speak Out Against Finger Scanning System

10/10/2012 — Some Mississippi Voters Skeptical Of Electronic Voting Machines

10/10/2012 — Dating Violence and Controllng Relationships On the Rise Among Teenagers

10/09/2012 — Temps Dropping, House Fires an Increased Risk

10/09/2012 — October Officially Proclaimed Racial Reconciliation Month in Mississippi

10/09/2012 — Study Finds Access to Free Birth Control Causes Dramatic Drop in Abortion and Teen Pregnancy

10/08/2012 — Statewide ‘Ideas Tour’ Underway

10/06/2012 — Cruisin’ the Coast a $20 Million Economic Engine for Mississippi

10/05/2012 — West Nile Virus Fears Not Keeping Mississippians From The State Fair

10/05/2012 — Job Fair for People with Disabilities Offers Person-to-Person Opportunity

10/04/2012 — Governor Bryant Announces ‘Energy Roadmap’

10/04/2012 — Breast Cancer Screenings Key to Saving Lives

10/04/2012 — Mississippians React To The First Presidential Debate

10/04/2012 — Mississippi Democrats React to Presidential Debate

10/04/2012 — Gulf Coast Residents Asked for Input on How to Spend Millions Expected from BP Oil Spill Fines

10/04/2012 — Mississippi Republicans Excited By Romney’s Debate Performance

10/03/2012 — Deadline for Oil Spill Workers and Volunteers to Enroll in Health Study is Dec. 31

10/02/2012 — Lawmakers Look to Make Changes to Corrections System

10/02/2012 — Department Of Justice Wants More Info On Mississippi’s Voter ID Law

10/02/2012 — U.S. Marshal Blames Mississippi Police for Ole Miss Riots

10/02/2012 — Harry Belafonte Calls Civil Rights Movement a Success

10/02/2012 — Ole Miss Riot 50 Years Later Through U.S. Marshals’ Eyes

10/02/2012 — Oktibbeha Parents Meet Their New Conservator

10/01/2012 — Miss. Supreme Court Hopeful Says He’ll Refuse PAC Money

10/01/2012 — Fifty Years After Meredith Integrated Ole Miss

10/01/2012 — Fifty Years After Meredith Integrated Ole Miss

09/29/2012 — Ole Miss Freedom Marker Commemorates Meredith

09/29/2012 — Mississippi Voter Registration Busy as Oct. 6 Deadline Nears

09/28/2012 — State Turns to Community Engagement to Fight Teen Pregnancy

09/28/2012 — U.S. Attorney General Holder Pays Tribute to Meredith

09/27/2012 — Gov. Bryant Continues Push for Charter Schools

09/27/2012 — State Moves to Take Over Another School District

09/26/2012 — Unemployment Inches Down in August

09/26/2012 — A Foreclosure Prevention Event Could Save Hundreds Of Mississippi Homes

09/26/2012 — Home is Still a Long Way off for Some in Helena Community Flooded by Hurricane Isaac

09/26/2012 — Home is Still a Long Way off for Some in Helena Community Flooded by Hurricane Isaac

09/25/2012 — Mississippi IHL Commissioner Warns of Dangers To Education in The State

09/25/2012 — Dr. Hank Bounds Discusses His Concerns About Higher Education in Mississippi

09/25/2012 — Experimental Project to Rebuild Biloxi Dunes Expanding

09/24/2012 — Farm Bill Set to Expire, Concerns Some Miss. Farmers

09/24/2012 — Voter Registration Efforts Kick Into High Gear

09/24/2012 — Voter Registration Efforts Kick Into High Gear

09/21/2012 — One Quarter of Mississippians Live in Poverty

09/21/2012 — One Quarter of Mississippians Lives in Poverty

09/21/2012 — Two huge Issues Come Into Focus For Mississippi Lawmakers

09/21/2012 — Key lawmakers Consider Expanding Medicaid In Mississippi

09/19/2012 — Department of Public Safety Needs Troopers and Vehicles

09/19/2012 — Hosemann: Prepared To Defend Voter ID In Court

09/19/2012 — Leading Lawmakers Question Mississippi’s Public School Funding Formula

09/19/2012 — Residents Learning How Healthcare Law Affects Them

09/19/2012 — Mississippi and U.S. Poet Laureate Natasha Trethewey

09/19/2012 — Mississippi and U.S. Poet Laureate Natasha Trethewey

09/19/2012 — Mississippi and U.S. Poet Laureate Natasha Trethewey

09/18/2012 — Popular Prepaid College Program Temporarily Closed To New Enrollees

09/18/2012 — Help Available for Miss. Residents Recovering from Isaac

09/17/2012 — Mississippi’s Economist: State Back in Recession

09/15/2012 — Court Hears Sierra Club and Mississippi Power Arguments On Kemper Lignite Plant

09/14/2012 — Mississippi School Board Stands By One Year Removal Of Graduation Rates

09/14/2012 — Miss. School Grades Out, Gains Questioned

09/14/2012 — Miss. School Grades Out, Gains Questioned

09/14/2012 — Cafe Climb Opens in Gulfport to Train At-Risk Young Adults

09/13/2012 — Prison Reform Groups Call For End Of Federally funded Private Prisons

09/13/2012 — Prison Reform Groups Call For End Of Federally funded Private Prisons

09/13/2012 — Biloxi Students Reflect on Childhood Art in Katrina Book

09/12/2012 — Two Mississippi River Mayors Head To Meeting On Health and Future Of The River

09/12/2012 — Small Business Administration Opens Disaster Assistance Office on Mississippi Gulf Coast

09/11/2012 — Mississippians Remember 9/11 with Day of Service

09/11/2012 — Three Mississippi Schools Earn National Blue Ribbon Status

09/10/2012 — Lt. Gov. Reeves: ‘Wish List’ Budget Mentality Must Change

09/07/2012 — National Unemployment Drops, Miss. Residents Still Struggle

09/07/2012 — 13 Misississippi Inmates Earn GED or Vocational Certificate

09/07/2012 — Cochran Says Federal Help is on the Way to Flooded Residents

09/06/2012 — One in Five Mississippians Is Food Insecure

09/06/2012 — Mississippi Counties Stepping Up Fight Against West Nile

09/06/2012 — Mississippi Residents Signing Up for FEMA Disaster Assistance

09/05/2012 — Child Care Providers Protest Fingerprint System

09/05/2012 — Mississippi Education Leaders Hear From Successful State

09/05/2012 — FEMA Director Pushing for Quick Recovery From Isaac

09/04/2012 — Are Mississippi Voters Paying Attention To The National Political Conventions?

09/04/2012 — Pearl River County Communities Digging Out of Ruins from Floods Caused by Isaac.

09/04/2012 — Pearl River County Communities Digging Out of Ruins from Floods Caused by Isaac.

09/04/2012 — Pearl River County Residents Digging Out from Isaac Flood Damage

09/04/2012 — Pearl River County Residents Digging Out from Isaac Flood Damage

09/03/2012 — Donations Heading to Help Isaac Victims

09/03/2012 — What Does The Texas Voter ID Ruling Mean For Mississippi?

09/03/2012 — Hurricane Isaac Clean-up Moves Forward, Rodents and All

09/02/2012 — Mississippi Cleans Up from Isaac

08/31/2012 — Clean-up and Damage Assessment from Isaac Moves Forward on Mississippi Gulf Coast

08/31/2012 — Clean-up and Damage Assessment from Isaac Moves Forward on Mississippi Gulf Coast

08/30/2012 — Issac Weakened But Still Poses Threat

08/30/2012 — Hurricane Isaac Leaves Health Concerns

08/30/2012 — Emergency Officials Prepare for Inland Flooding from Isaac

08/29/2012 — Thousands of Isaac Evacuees Seek Shelter in Mississippi

08/29/2012 — Gulf Coast Residents Know How to Prepare for Isaac

08/28/2012 — Gov. Bryant Urges Gulf Coast Residents to Seek Safety from Isaac as Early as Possible

08/28/2012 — Mississippi Communities Prepare for Evacuees

08/27/2012 — Isaac Kicks Mississippi Gulf Coast into State of Emergency

08/26/2012 — Isaac Threatens as Mississippi Gulf Coast is Still Rebuilding from Hurricane Katrina

08/24/2012 — West Nile Virus on Pace to Be Worst in Mississippi History

08/24/2012 — Lawmakers Gearing Up for Immigration Reform Battle

08/23/2012 — Lawmakers Say School Board Inflating Performance

08/23/2012 — Low Mississippi River Threatens Barge Shipping

08/23/2012 — ‘Go Coast’ Team Planning for Millions from RESTORE Act

08/22/2012 — New Program Aims To Clean Up Homes In Some of Jackson’s Poorest Neighborhoods

08/21/2012 — Lawmakers Hear Advice on Merit Pay, Teacher Evaluations

08/21/2012 — Asbestos and Mustard Gas Found on Horn Island WWII Chemical Testing Site

08/20/2012 — Forestry Officials Fighting Largest Pine Beetle Outbreak in 16 Years

08/20/2012 — Safety Officials: ‘Never’ Leave A Child Alone In A Car

08/20/2012 — Experts See Turnaround in Mississippi’s Furniture Industry

08/20/2012 — Experts See Turnaround in Mississippi’s Furniture Industry

08/18/2012 — Kemper Plant Construction Continues as Mississippi Power Deals with Credit Downgrade

08/17/2012 — Congressman Alan Nunnelee Embraces ‘Ryan Budget’ And Medicare Changes

08/16/2012 — BP Ramps Up Cleaning Mississippi Barrier Islands as Nesting Season Winds Down

08/16/2012 — Huge Dredging Barge Tries To Stay Ahead Of The Falling Mississippi River

08/16/2012 — Fifty Young Adults Grab Second Chance and Graduate with Skills for New Lives

08/15/2012 — Obama’s Executive Order Gives Temporary Protection to Immigrants

08/15/2012 — Mississippi Named Among the Toxic 20 for Air Quality

08/14/2012 — Can Mississippi Learn From Less Obese States?

08/14/2012 — Options for State Port Expansion Outlined at Gulfport Workshop

08/13/2012 — Mississippi GOP Leaders Praise Paul Ryan VP Nomination

08/13/2012 — First FEMA Corps Volunteers Now In Mississippi

08/13/2012 — No Papers, No Fear Ride Stops in Mississippi

08/13/2012 — Brittney Reese Takes Mississippi Pride to Olympics and Brings Home Gold to Gulfport

08/10/2012 — MDA Director Will Decide If Gulf Drilling Rules Stand

08/10/2012 — Port Leaders Promise Jobs to Secure HUD Funding for Restoration Project

08/09/2012 — State Officials to Allow Same-Sex Commitment Ceremony at Ag. Museum

08/09/2012 — Drug Take-Back Program Encourages Safe Prescription Drug Disposal

08/09/2012 — Red Cross Makes Emergency Appeal for Donations with Blood Supply at 15-Year Low

08/09/2012 — Conservation Officials Look to Farmers to Fight Gulf Dead Zones

08/08/2012 — Thousands of Mississippi Women Now Have Free Access to Preventative Care

08/08/2012 — Gulf Drilling Hearings Taking Place In Jackson

08/08/2012 — Expansion Plans for Mississippi State Port Scrutinized

08/08/2012 — Former FL Gov. Jeb Bush Talking Edu. Reform in Mississippi

08/07/2012 — Members of the Sikh Community are calling for Talks on Religious Tolerance

08/07/2012 — More Mississippi School Districts are Requiring Students to Provide Proof of Residency

08/06/2012 — Veteran Lawmaker Calls for Medicaid Expansion

08/06/2012 — Stand Room Only Crowd For Hinds County Saggy Pants ban

08/05/2012 — Hands Across the Sand Links Groups Opposed to Drilling

08/03/2012 — West Nile Cases Rising in Mississippi

08/03/2012 — Mississippi legislators Could Call Hearings Over School Rating System Change

08/03/2012 — Study Suggests Dispersants Used in BP Oil Spill May Cause Disturbance in Gulf Food Chain

08/03/2012 — Gov. Bryant Lays Out Plans at Neshoba Co. Fair

08/02/2012 — Candidates For The Mississippi Supreme Court Make Their Case At the Neshoba County Fair

08/02/2012 — Mississippi National Guard Help Build Afghan Farm Industry

08/02/2012 — Dozens Face Federal Charges for Gang-Related Drug Trafficking in South Mississippi

08/02/2012 — Lt. Gov. Reeves: Education Reform Is High Priority

08/01/2012 — The U.S. Treasury Department is Phasing out Paper Checks

08/01/2012 — Harrison County School District Retrofitting 19 Schools to Withstand High Winds

08/01/2012 — Revised Port Expansion Plan Sent to Governor

08/01/2012 — State Supreme Court Denies Mississippi Power Rate Increase

08/01/2012 — Lawsuit Claims Virginia College is Guilty of Fraud

08/01/2012 — State and Local Officials are trying to Figure out What to do With Abandoned Properties

07/31/2012 — Making It Through Teach For America Institute: A Day In The Life

07/31/2012 — Crystal Springs Leaders and Residents Sound Alarm to Reject Racism and Embrace Unity

07/31/2012 — Gulf Coast Residents Voice Concerns at Town Hall Meeting

07/30/2012 — Mississippi Invests In Teach For America To Fill Shortage

07/30/2012 — Rep. & Dem. Party Chairmen Discuss Future of State Politics

07/28/2012 — A 90 Year Old Tuskegee Airman from Monticello Receives a Replica of the Congressional Gold Medal

07/27/2012 — Gulf Coast Tourism Partnership Parceling Out $16 Million from BP to Market Mississippi

07/27/2012 — Gov. Bryant Wants Merit Based Pay Raises for Teachers

07/27/2012 — Secretary Of State Hosemann: ‘Obvious’ Justice Department Will Reject Voter ID Law

07/27/2012 — Near Even Split Between Abstinence Only and Abstinence Plus

07/27/2012 — Mississippi Chefs Cook Grits, Gumbo and Gator at London Summer Olympics

07/27/2012 — Gulfport City Councilman Accuses Port Leaders of Betraying Citizens

07/26/2012 — Officials: Mississippi Winning Fight Against Meth

07/26/2012 — Mississippi Retailers Brace For The Sales Tax Holiday

07/25/2012 — Homeland Security Researchers Discuss New Strategies

07/25/2012 — New Study: Mississippi Ranks Last In Child Welfare

07/25/2012 — Jackson Heart KIDS Study to focus on Obesity and Diabetes

07/25/2012 — Southern School Board Members Tackle Education Challenges at Gulf Coast Conference

07/25/2012 — Recent Shootings Sparks Firearm Regulation Debate

07/24/2012 — A 20 Percent Increase in New Home Construction is Good News for Mississippi Home Builders

07/24/2012 — Impact of Low Mississippi River Could be Widespread

07/23/2012 — Will The Growing List of Mississippi Cities With a Smoking Ban Lead To State-wide Laws?

07/23/2012 — A Look at the HIV/Aids Crisis in Mississippi as Leaders from Around the World Meet in DC

07/23/2012 — Will Proposed Cuts to SNAP Hurt Missississippi?

07/20/2012 — Black and White Teens From DC Take Bus Tour to Explore Race Relations in Mississippi

07/20/2012 — Scientists Link Melting Snow to 186 Dolphin Deaths in the Gulf

07/19/2012 — True South Classic Brings Business to Mississippi

07/19/2012 — True South Classic Brings Business to Mississippi

07/19/2012 — Mississippi Gets NCLB Waiver

07/19/2012 — Mississippi Gets NCLB Waiver, Promises Reform

07/19/2012 — Study: Voter ID Could Be Challenging For Thousands of Mississippians

07/19/2012 — Mississippi Gets NCLB Waiver

07/18/2012 — Mississippi Creates Foreclosure Prevention Consortium

07/18/2012 — Prescription Drug Abuse a Deadly and Growing Problem

07/18/2012 — Low Mississippi River Levels Could Rise Prices on Food And Fuel

07/18/2012 — Relief for Mississippi Homeowners Facing Foreclosure

07/17/2012 — Nation in Drought, Miss. Farmers Could Reap Rewards

07/17/2012 — Salute Our Troops Caravan in Mississippi Raising Money and Awareness for Wounded Warriors

07/17/2012 — Pilot Program Underway To Teach Sheriff’s Deputies How To Identify And Handle Mentally Ill People

07/17/2012 — Romney Raises Money And Support in Jackson

07/16/2012 — Officials Hope to Save the Capital City Classic

07/16/2012 — Hundreds of Volunteers Still Cleaning Up Katrina Destruction on Mississippi Gulf Coast

07/14/2012 — Coast Leaders Kick-Start Plans to Use RESTORE Act millions

07/13/2012 — V.A. Hospital in Jackson Remains Under Scrutiny

07/13/2012 — Conservative Groups Call to End Health Insurance Exchange

07/12/2012 — Daycare Centers May be Forced to Close Doors

07/12/2012 — FEMA Offering $20 Million in Grants to Make Coastal Homes Hurricane-Resistant

07/12/2012 — Federal Judge Continues Block of Mississippi Abortion Law

07/11/2012 — Jackson Mayor Gives Positive Outlook for Capital City in State of City Address

07/11/2012 — Special Needs Residents Encourged to Register for Hurricane Evacuation

07/11/2012 — MDOT Director Warns About Impact To Public Transportation

07/10/2012 — Community Group Counts 400 Homeless Children in Jackson County

07/10/2012 — Mississippi Schools Using Nutrition to Fight Childhood Obesity

07/10/2012 — Recreational Fishing Making a Strong Comeback on Mississippi Gulf Coast

07/09/2012 — Mississippi Roads Most Dangerous? Public Safety Officials Disagree

07/09/2012 — Electric Vehicle Plant Bringing Jobs to North Mississippi

06/08/2012 — Sea Turtle Excluder Devices for Shrimpers in Shallow Water Proposed by NOAA

06/07/2012 — Obesity Risk for Children Increases in Summer

06/07/2012 — Time Running Out To File For Morgan Keegan Settlement Money

06/07/2012 — Gulf States Hurricane Conference Emphasizes Teamwork

06/06/2012 — CNN Contributor, Dr. Steve Perry, Give Fresh Ideas to Mississippi Teachers

06/06/2012 — Work Officially Underway On Fortification Street

06/06/2012 — Mississippi Executes Its Fourth Death Row Inmate Of 2012

06/06/2012 — What Does the Gender Wage Gap Look Like in MS?

06/05/2012 — New BP Claims Administrator Promises Claimant-Friendly, Transparent Process

06/05/2012 — Oxford School District and Parents Argue Over Sex Ed

06/04/2012 — Workers Pushing for UAW Union at Nissan in Canton

06/04/2012 — Hurricane Preparedness A Reminder for All Disasters

06/04/2012 — Long Jumper Brittney Reese Eyes London Summer Olympics

06/04/2012 — Long Jumper Brittney Reese Preparing for London Olympics

06/02/2012 — New Program launched To Help Out Of Work Veterans

06/01/2012 — Reading Programs Combat Summer Learning Loss

06/01/2012 — VA Begins New Outreach Efforts

05/31/2012 — Phone Scammers Targeting Mississippi Residents

05/31/2012 — Rethinking Principals

05/31/2012 — Disaster Response Teams Prepare for Hurricane Season

05/30/2012 — Seven Mississippi County Democrats Flip To The Republican Party

05/30/2012 — Fighting Mississippi’s Underage Drinking Epidemic

05/29/2012 — Emergency Officials: Prepare For A Hurricane Now

05/29/2012 — Mississippi Remembers its Fallen Soldiers

05/28/2012 — Water Quality Officials Tell Mississippians to Pick it Up

05/26/2012 — Mississippi Targets Dyslexic Students

05/26/2012 — Mississippi Targets Dyslexi Students

05/26/2012 — Authorities Urge Safety This Memorial Day

05/25/2012 — UMC Graduates More than 600 Medical Professionals

05/25/2012 — Toyota at Full Speed

05/24/2012 — Volunteer Organizations Discuss How to Share Resources

05/24/2012 — Mississippi Police Promising Full Force Effort Against Drunk Driving

05/24/2012 — “What is Good Teaching?” Part 5 of 5

05/24/2012 — “What is Good Teaching?” Part 4 of 5

05/23/2012 — Bryant Signs School Letter Grade Bill

05/23/2012 — Low-Income Mississipians May Qualify for Energy Assistance

05/23/2012 — “What is Good Teaching?” Part 3 of 5

05/22/2012 — Conservation Officers Target Agriculture Runoff

05/22/2012 — Gay Rights Activists Lobby For Commitment Ceremonies on State Property

05/22/2012 — State Health Officials Want to Lower Pre-term Birthrate in MS

05/21/2012 — ‘Ready To Run’ Seeks to Drive Women to Campaign For Office

05/21/2012 — “What is Good Teaching?” Part 1 of 5

05/20/2012 — Communities Still Recovering From 2011 Flood

05/18/2012 — Extending Louisiana State Waters to 10 Miles Could Cost Mississippi Fishermen

05/18/2012 — Mississippi Cops Increase Seat Belt Enforcement

05/18/2012 — Mississippi DREAM Act Supporters Join National Effort

05/17/2012 — FDA Could Approve At-Home, HIV Test

04/23/2012 — House Budget Chief: Reduce One-Time Money

04/23/2012 — Kemper County Coal-Fired Power Plant on Public Service Commission Agenda

04/20/2012 — Gov. Bryant Declares State of Emergency in Aberdeen Schools

04/20/2012 — Environmental Leaders Concerned About Oil Spill Impact on Food Chain

04/20/2012 — Time Running Out For State Lawmakers

04/20/2012 — Oxford High is State’s Only Public School to Teach Chinese

04/20/2012 — Two Years After the Oil Spill, Gulf Coast Residents Dealing with Legal and Health Issues

04/19/2012 — Mississippi Receives $14 Million to Fight HIV/AIDS

04/19/2012 — J-S-U Receives Freedom Trail Marker

04/19/2012 — Tuition Hike Likely For Mississippi College Students

04/19/2012 — Union: Hospital Partnership Bad for State

04/19/2012 — Extensive Research on BP Oil Spill Kept Confidential by Federal and State Agencies

04/18/2012 — Is Mississippi Missing Out On Standardized Sex Ed?

04/18/2012 — State Making Moves to Take Over Aberdeen Schools

04/18/2012 — State Budget Moves To Conference

04/18/2012 — Condoleezza Rice Visits Mississippi

04/18/2012 — State Leaders Disagree with BP’s View that 98 Percent of Coastal Clean-up is Done

04/17/2012 — Tea Party Disappointed With New Republican Majority

04/17/2012 — BP Says 98 Percent of Coastal Clean-up in Mississippi is Done

04/16/2012 — Governor Bryant Signs New Regulations For Mississippi’s Only Abortion Clinic

04/13/2012 — Mississippi Lawmakers Could Get First Look At New Voting Districts

04/13/2012 — Two Years After the Oil Spill, Mississippi Gulf Coast Sees Restoration and Readjustment

04/13/2012 — Gulf Coast Coalition Wants More Students in School and Fewer in Detention Centers

04/13/2012 — Charter School Legislation Fate Unclear

04/12/2012 — Economic Developers Focus on Small Towns With Big Ideas

04/12/2012 — Infinity Science Center Opens in Hancock County

04/11/2012 — Mississippi Senate Revives Charter School Legislation

04/11/2012 — Officials: Mississippi High School Seniors Lagging

04/10/2012 — Mississippi Legislature Approves Sunflower School District Consolidation

04/10/2012 — Mississippi Senator Approves Voter ID Bill

04/09/2012 — Mississippi Beer Enthusiasts Applaud New, Looser Beer Restrictions

04/09/2012 — Two Mississippi Secretaries of State Clash Over Voter ID

04/06/2012 — Jackson Adding Police Officers in Hopes of Lowering Crime

04/06/2012 — Mississippi Lawmaker Consider Big Tax Credit For Businesses

04/06/2012 — A New Twist to Urban Teaching is Paying Off for Young Learners.

04/05/2012 — Groups Watching as Mississippi Develops Insurance Exchange

04/05/2012 — Civil Rights Museum Planners Want Citizen Input

04/04/2012 — Leaders Vow to Keep Pushing Charter Schools

04/04/2012 — Mississippi’s Lone Abortion Clinic Could Face New Regulations

04/04/2012 — Students From Three Miss. Colleges Rally to Stop Violence

04/04/2012 — Tighter Abortion Clinic Regulatons Headed To Senate Floor

04/04/2012 — Charter School Legislation Dies In House Committee

04/03/2012 — Gov. Bryant Names Malcolm McMillin Parole Board Chairman

04/02/2012 — Where’s the Cure for Cancer?

04/02/2012 — Desoto Says No To Charter Schools

03/30/2012 — Kemper Coal Plant Gets Temporary Go Ahead

03/30/2012 — Mississippi Power Requesting Certificate to Continue Building Kemper County Plant

03/29/2012 — Religious Leaders Come Out Against Mississippi Illegal Immigration Bill

03/16/2012 — Kemper County Power Plant Hits Snag in MS Supreme Court

03/16/2012 — Failing Schools Could Merge with Neighbors

03/16/2012 — Immigration Reform Coming to Mississippi Soon?

03/16/2012 — Sierra Club Takes Mississippi Development Authority to Court to Block Drilling Regulations

03/15/2012 — Mississippi Senate Votes To Suspend State Personnel Board Rules

03/15/2012 — Second Dead Zone in the Gulf Stetches Along Mississippi Coast

03/15/2012 — Mississippi House Passes Voter ID Bill

03/14/2012 — Legislature Eyes Changes To Workman’s Comp Laws

03/14/2012 — Mississippi’s Incumbent U.S. Representatives Take Easy Victories

03/14/2012 — Senator Rick Santorum Wins Mississippi Primary

03/13/2012 — Pregnant in the Classroom:  Sex Ed Without the Stats

03/13/2012 — Gulf Coast Energy Summit Favors ‘All of the Above’ Strategy and Draws Protest

03/12/2012 — Jackson Public Schools Could Lose Accreditation

03/12/2012 — Mississippi Voters Could Change Course Of GOP Primary

03/12/2012 — Republican Presidential Candidates Vying for Mississippi Voters

03/12/2012 — AG Hood and Victims: Pardon Reform Needed

03/09/2012 — ‘Achievement Gap’ in Mississippi Targeted By Top Education Official

03/09/2012 — Drilling Remains A Hot Button Issue with Energy Summit and Seismic Testing Permits

03/09/2012 — Romney Promises Gulf Coast Voters Strong Defense and Energy Independence

03/09/2012 — Miss. Supreme Court Upholds Barbour’s Pardons on 6-3 Vote

03/08/2012 — Newt Gingrich Targets Mississippi As A Must Win State

03/08/2012 — Santorum Stumps in Tupelo

03/07/2012 — Feed the Children Helps 400 Needy Mississippi Families

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