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The New U.S. Attorney General: Cochran Votes Yes on...
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April 24, 2015
WASHINGTON, D.C.–The new attorney general for the United States is Loretta Lynch, who was nominated by Pres. Obama, and who was confirmed Thursday by the U.S. Senate on a vote of 56-43. Mississippi’s senators were...
NEWS MISSISSIPPI EXCLUSIVE: Peavey Electronics Aims to Re-Invest in...
Sarah Ulmer
April 23, 2015
MERIDIAN, Miss– After heavy media confusion over the last several days, News Mississippi speaks with a Peavey Electronics spokesperson about where the confusion started, and what the future is for Peavey in Mississippi. 
Kill Bill Day: Governor Vetoes Four Bills, Including the...
Sarah Ulmer
April 23, 2015
Jackson, Miss– Governor Phil Bryant has vetoed four bills that could bring the legislators back to the Capitol to re-group on what would have become laws Thursday. 
Teacher Accused in Test Cheating Scandal, Others Could be...
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April 23, 2015
JACKSON MISS. – The Mississippi Department of Education (MDE) has issued a complaint for cheating on state test against a former Heidelberg Elementary School teacher.
Youngster Dead from Highly Contagious Disease; Others Treated
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April 23, 2015
TUNICA COUNTY, Miss. — The Mississippi Department of Health has confirmed that the 7-year-old Tunica County elementary student diagnosed with bacterial meningitis has died.
Officer Suspended Following Arrest of Mississippi Political Candidate
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April 23, 2015
GREENWOOD, Miss. – A Greenwood police officer has been suspended pending an internal investigation into the arrest of Lieutenant Governor Candidate Jelani Barr.