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Lawsuit in Natchez Over Voting: Alderman Move Ahead With...
kim
June 16, 2015
By John Mott Coffey, with News Mississippi affiliate WQNZ NATCHEZ, Miss.–The Natchez Board of Aldermen began Monday the process for redrawing the city’s six wards as required by law to ensure the districts don’t discriminate...
Phony Time Sheets Leave Southaven Woman Charged With Medicaid...
kim
June 16, 2015
SOUTHAVEN, Miss.–Turning in time sheets for hours she did not work is what has Natasha Short, 38, of Southaven, charged with Medicaid fraud. Attorney General Jim Hood said she turned herself in after she was...
Voting Machines: How Accurate Are They?
kim
June 15, 2015
JACKSON, Miss.- When you’re headed to the polls, wouldn’t it be nice to know that your vote is actually counting for something? 
Hundreds Remember Teen Cyclists
lynn
June 15, 2015
JACKSON, Miss. – Along the Mississippi coast hundreds of riders rode in silence to remember Matthew Weede. The route ran from Pass Christian Harbor to Gulfport Harbor. Weede, a teenager, was killed on June 5,...
Tupelo Wins All-American City Award
kim
June 15, 2015
TUPELO, Miss.- Not many cities can claim to be an “All-American” city, much less claiming it five times over the last forty-eight years. 
Prison Time for Political Photographer in Cochran Case (Video...
kim
June 15, 2015
MADISON, Miss. — The political blogger, who admitted he  conspired to sneak into the nursing home room of Rose Cochran, then wife of US Senator Thad Cochran, to videotape her, has been sentenced to two...