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A total of 270 Mississippi legislators and staff at the Capitol have been tested so far, according to MSDH. [Read More]
Hattiesburg is looking at a police review board that will aim at improving police procedures and build trust with the community. [Read More]
Mississippi's Division of Medicaid put in place an Emergency Telehealth Policy in response to the pandemic. [Read More]
Lt. Gov. Delbert Hosemann is one of a growing number of Mississippi politicians who have tested positive for coronavirus in recent days. [Read More]
Mississippi Department of Health reported 44 new coronavirus deaths and 957 new cases Tuesday, bringing the total to 32,214 cases and 1,158 deaths. [Read More]
The Mississippi Health Department is holding a press conference Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. about the spread of coronavirus in Mississippi. [Read More]
Arthur Lestrick, 40, went missing early Sunday morning from Unit 28, a work camp. [Read More]
Fifteen Jones County volunteer fire departments assisted the Laurel department in battling a fire Saturday night at Jones Middle School. [Read More]
15 volunteer fire departments assisted in fighting a fire at Jones Middle School Saturday night. [Read More]
The state has surpassed 30,000 cases since the pandemic began. [Read More]
Boat store owners in Mississippi have seen an uptick in sales. However, the pandemic has slowed in-store inventory, leaving concerns moving forward. [Read More]
Bo Brown is the first known Mississippi legislator to test positive for the coronavirus. Two staff at the Capitol tested positive in recent weeks. [Read More]
The state is approaching 30,000 cases since the crisis began, with a big surge ahead of Fourth of July. [Read More]
Travelers from Mississippi going to Chicago will now have to quarantine themselves for 14 days or face possible fines, officials announces Thursday. [Read More]
Mississippi reported its first confirmed case of coronavirus March 11. July 2, the state has 28,770 cases and 1,092 Mississippians have died. [Read More]
Retired state flag resting place to be Mississippi Museum of History... [Read More]
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