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Whether managed care companies overseeing the health care of Medicaid recipients is costing or saving money for the state was a point of contention Thursday. [Read More]
Wouldn't it be fun to be a fly on the wall and be privy to how the decision was made that President Donald Trump would... [Read More]
State Sen. Chris McDaniel of Elllisville said he would decide in January whether to challenge incumbent U.S. Sen. Roger Wicker of Tupelo in the Republican... [Read More]
Most sources of tax revenue, with the exception of corporate tax collections, are up year over year, according to the revenue report for the month... [Read More]
Stephen T. Bailey of Saltillo, a private attorney who also has worked as a prosecutor in Lee County Youth Court and in Tupelo Municipal Court,... [Read More]
As a minister, state Rep. William Tracy Arnold, R-Booneville, said he sees too often people who serve their prison sentence return to a life of... [Read More]
Three new legislators were sworn into office Monday even as Speaker Philip Gunn and Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves worked to fill key committee posts left... [Read More]
Myrlie Evers' voiced rang out with strength and grace as she confessed to a one-time hatred of her native Mississippi that she was now celebrating... [Read More]
President Donald Trump's visit to the state Saturday for the opening of the Museum of Mississippi History and the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum will not... [Read More]
On a chilly and cloudy Thursday, the finishing touches were being made to the grounds outside of the Museum of Mississippi History and the Mississippi... [Read More]
State officials are hoping a new multi-agency media campaign will curb Mississippi's number of opioid overdose deaths that have climbed to more than 250 for... [Read More]
The Two Museums Project, the Museum of Mississippi History and the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum, has been the ultimate feel good story for our sometimes... [Read More]
The Mississippi Legislature, dealing with sluggish revenue collections and two years of budget cuts, is being asked by Gov. Phil Bryant to triple the amount... [Read More]
An agreement reached between Atmos Energy and the three-member Public Service Commission is designed to give thousands of rural residents across the state access to... [Read More]
Mississippi's commissioner of higher education said the state is lagging the rest of the nation in terms of college graduates not because Mississippians are not... [Read More]
Substantial cuts are being recommended by Gov. Phil Bryant and legislative leaders for the general education budget, which funds the state Department of Education. [Read More]
Efforts are continuing by the office of the Mississippi Attorney General to collect funds from individuals and corporations accused of bribing former Corrections Commissioner Chris... [Read More]
Within minutes of all the votes being counted and tallied Tuesday night in the Senate District 10 special election, Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves took to... [Read More]
Neil Whaley of Potts Camp said he was playing "a bit of a cat and mouse game" with his opponents in refusing to declare a... [Read More]
Mississippi legislators would have fewer opportunities to pass new laws impacting their constituents, for better or worse, under a proposal being advocated by a Gulf... [Read More]