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Mississippi's lieutenant governor wants to borrow and divert existing revenue to provide more money for roads and bridges over the next six years. Lt. Gov.... [Read More]
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Opponents of changing the way Mississippi funds its public schools say that all schools will come out poorer under a proposed new formula than if... [Read More]
Opponents of changing the way Mississippi funds its public schools say that all schools will come out poorer under a proposed new formula than if... [Read More]
Facing a $1 billion-plus lawsuit, Mississippi's largest private electrical utility wants to curb the state's attorney general power to sue. Entergy Mississippi wants the Public... [Read More]
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State officials said Thursday that a record 83 percent of Mississippi seniors graduated on time from high school in 2016-2017, even as some lawmakers demand... [Read More]
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A Mississippi man's murder conviction will stand, even though the defendant didn't know his lawyer was romantically involved with the prosecution's lead witness. The Mississippi... [Read More]
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State officials say 83 percent of Mississippi seniors graduated on time from high school in 2017-2018, the highest share on record. [Read More]
Black lawmakers and civil liberties groups are renewing their warnings about proposed Mississippi legislation to enhance penalties for gang members. They say taxpayers will pay... [Read More]
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A judge is upholding Mississippi's charter school law, rejecting a constitutional challenge to the statute. Hinds County Chancery Judge Dewayne Thomas ruled Tuesday that diversions... [Read More]
A man convicted in Kansas of attempted murder and other charges during a series of crimes in several states has been brought back to Mississippi... [Read More]
A man convicted in Kansas now faces trial in Mississippi over a series of shootings and killings. Rankin County District Attorney Michael Guest said Monday... [Read More]
Here's a dark-horse candidate for the most unpopular law passed by last year's Mississippi Legislature: House Bill 1106 . It's a measure few outside of... [Read More]
Years of contention and threatened electric rate increases ended Tuesday as utility regulators approved a settlement declaring how much Mississippi Power Co. customers should pay... [Read More]
It's guns versus college football in a dispute over where certain Mississippi residents can carry firearms. [Read More]
A proposal to spend more of Mississippi's public money to send children to private schools appears dead in the Legislature. Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves says... [Read More]
A fight over how Mississippi officials should divide part of its compensation from the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill will wait for another day. House... [Read More]
It's guns versus college football in a dispute over where certain Mississippi residents can carry firearms. [Read More]
It's guns versus college football in a dispute over where certain Mississippi residents can carry firearms, and how universities are enforcing a current law. [Read More]
Mississippi residents with a certain type of gun license could sue governments, universities and schools for defying a law meant allow them to carry guns... [Read More]
Years of contention and threatened electric-rate increases ended Tuesday as utility regulators approved a settlement declaring how much Mississippi Power Co. customers should pay for... [Read More]
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