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MDHS announces early issuance of SNAP benefits
Alex Paton
February 14, 2019
With a second government shutdown looming, President Trump is expected to sign a deal that would keep the government open. The previous shutdown lasted for 35 days and Mississippi saw some effects of the shutdown. The...
Cloudy skies, slight rain chances – 2-14-19
Alex Paton
February 14, 2019
Here’s a quick rundown of the weather for Valentines Day across Mississippi. In north Mississippi, mostly cloudy skies with highs reaching the mid to upper 60s today. At night, there will be mostly cloudy skies...
Senate unanimously passes teacher pay raise
Steven Gagliano
February 13, 2019
The teacher pay raise bill has passed the Senate.  By a unanimous vote, the Senate passed the bill that would raise teacher salaries by $1,000 over a two-year phase-in period, and the raise would come...
House & Senate pass heartbeat abortion bans
Steven Gagliano
February 13, 2019
Both the House and the Senate have passed bills to ban abortions in the state after a heartbeat is detected. The bills (SB 2116 & HB 732) would prohibit an abortion in Mississippi as soon...
Fitch hosts Girl Scouts Career and Financial Literacy Day
Brittany Land
February 13, 2019
Today, State Treasurer Lynn Fitch is proud to host Cadette and Senior Girl Scouts from Girl Scouts for Greater Mississippi for the fifth consecutive Girl Scouts Career and Financial Literacy Day. The Scouts, in grades...
McRae qualifies for State Treasurer race
Steven Gagliano
February 13, 2019
A second candidate has qualified to run for Treasurer. Republican David McRae will make another run at the office after he lost the primary to current Treasurer Lynn Fitch in 2015. Fitch is now running...