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DOJ opinion could affect Mississippi lottery
Alex Paton
April 18, 2019
A recent opinion from the Department of Justice may put an end to the lottery before its even begun. Gerard Gibert, Vice-Chairman of the Mississippi Lottery Board says it may also affect other gaming activities...
Rain and thunderstorms, cooler temperatures – 4-18-19
Alex Paton
April 18, 2019
Here’s a quick rundown of the weather today across Mississippi. In north Mississippi, chances of showers and thunderstorms in the morning and continuing into the afternoon. Some thunderstorms may be severe and locally, heavy rainfall is...
Severe weather threat expected on Thursday
Steven Gagliano
April 17, 2019
As Mississippi continues to recover from Saturday’s storms, Thursday may bring another round of severe weather to the state.  The National Weather Service is warning that damaging winds, hail and heavy rains may be present...
Trustee Program gives Rankin inmates a second chance
Steven Gagliano
April 17, 2019
A criminal justice reform program is giving inmates in Rankin County a second chance. The Rankin County Correctional Facility’s ‘Trustee Program’ gives non-violent offenders the opportunity to take classes and learn new skills to help...
Reeves discusses Mississippi’s future
Alex Paton
April 17, 2019
Lieutenant Governor Tate Reeves is on the campaign trail in his bid for Governor and News Mississippi sat down with him to discuss his place on the Republican ticket, as well as, several key issues...
Governor signs $1,500 teacher pay raise bill
Steven Gagliano
April 17, 2019
Governor Bryant has signed the ‘teacher pay raise’ bill.  As a result, teachers across the state will receive an annual raise of $1,500. After much debate throughout the legislative session, lawmakers settled on the final...
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