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Teacher pay raise details are still in limbo at the State Capitol as the 2019 legislative session draws to a close. [Read More]
State agencies house more of your personal information than you may realize. But how secure is it? One official is sounding the alarm and pushing... [Read More]
The law will prohibit most abortions once a fetal heartbeat... [Read More]
Nation's most restrictive abortion ban to be signed into law by Governor Phil Bryant on Thursday. [Read More]
Holmes County Consolidated School District is planning to push a local teacher pay raise. Meanwhile, they're hoping the state legislature will also pass a raise... [Read More]
The legislature is still considering whether to give teachers a raise. While they're debating, one county considers asking its own residents to pay up. [Read More]
Elizabeth Warren's town hall may be the first of many presidential hopeful visits to Mississippi. [Read More]
The University of Mississippi School of Medicine is breaking admissions records. This year's medical school class is the largest in history with 165 students. [Read More]
Lawmakers hold budget hearings to begin crafting next year's budget. [Read More]
A tweet sparks debate ahead of next year's legislative session and teachers are right in the middle of the fight. [Read More]
Mississippians are getting ready to lend a helping hand as Hurricane Florence approaches the East Coast. [Read More]
All eyes are on an anonyous op-ed piece published by the New York Times. An unnamed senior administration official is reportedly the author. [Read More]
Mississippi Department of Education is ending a contract that would've helped created a streamlined and uniformed system for special education students' data. [Read More]
Coastal residents spent Tuesday boarding up and some headed out of town, but Governor Phil Bryant said in Tuesday afternoon's press conference that the latest... [Read More]
A forecast track like Tropical Storm Gordon's puts the wheels in motion for a state plan of action. As it inches closer to the Mississippi... [Read More]
Hunters looking to stock up and save are in luck this weekend as Mississippi marks its 5th annual Second Amendment Sales Tax Holiday. [Read More]
Hunters looking to stock up and save are in luck this weekend. But some folks would like to see the state's other tax free weekend... [Read More]
It's a wrap for the special session on infrastructure funding. Lawmakers are heading home and they've passed some measures that have been discussed with little... [Read More]