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Severe storms result in two reported fatalities
Steven Gagliano
April 19, 2019
Two fatalities have been reported in Mississippi following Thursday’s severe storms. The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency is continuing to survey the affected areas after the latest round of severe weather, and as they gather information,...
Crews work to restore power across Mississippi
Steven Gagliano
April 19, 2019
Update:  Over 30,000 Mississippians were left without power during yesterday’s storms, and crews are now working to restore power across the state.  Now that the storm threat has ended, Entergy tweeted that crews are restoring...
Good Friday weather rundown: 4-19-19
Alex Paton
April 19, 2019
Here’s a quick rundown of the weather today across Mississippi. In north Mississippi, cooler today with cloudy skies and a chance of showers in the morning then possible thunderstorms in the afternoon. Highs will reach...
Education advocacy group at odds with State Auditor
Alex Paton
April 18, 2019
People are firing back at State Auditor Shad White over a recent audit of the state’s child education programs in Mississippi that receive either state or federal funds. The report says that outside-the-classroom spending increased...
Eight companies charged for violating no-call laws
Steven Gagliano
April 18, 2019
Northern District Public Service Commissioner Brandon Presley has announced that the PSC has charged multiple telemarketers with violations of Mississippi’s ‘No-Call law’. According to Presley, a PSC investigation found that 8 companies made 334 illegal...
School campuses close ahead of severe weather
Alex Paton
April 18, 2019
With severe thunderstorms possible across the state school districts, community colleges, and universities are closing early. The National Weather Service is predicting severe thunderstorms with potentially dangerous conditions for much of Mississippi. Driving conditions may become...