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PSC votes to not allow utilities to charge customers...
Andi Davis
August 15, 2019
Last week, the Mississippi Public Service Commission voted unanimously to no longer allow utility companies to charge customers for expenses related to private or corporate jets. Northern District Public Service Commissioner Brandon Presley stated that...
Blood donations have “slowed to nearly a stop”
Steven Gagliano
August 15, 2019
Mississippi Blood Services needs your help.  In a post to their website, the organization stated that blood donations have slowed to “nearly a stop.” “We are sending blood out to the hospitals just as quickly...
Infant’s death at daycare facility prompts investigation
Steven Gagliano
August 14, 2019
An investigation is underway following the death of an infant at a Brandon daycare facility.  According to the Mississippi State Department of Health, the baby boy was found unresponsive at the Crossgates Methodist Children’s Center around...
FAA bans Apple 15-inch MacBook Pro from U.S. flights...
Andi Davis
August 14, 2019
If you own a 15-inch MacBook Pro, don’t plan on taking it on a flight anytime soon.  The FAA has placed a ban on certain models of the Apple MacBook Pro laptops. The ban comes...
Mississippi gets $2 million to modernize 911 systems
Steven Gagliano
August 14, 2019
Mississippi will get nearly $2 million as part of a grant program to modernize and improve 911 systems across the state.  Announced by the U.S. Department of Commerce and the U.S. Department of Transportation, the...
Online auction underway for 301 tax-forfeited properties in Harrison...
Andi Davis
August 14, 2019
An online auction of 301 tax-forfeited properties in Harrison County valued at $2,134,625 is now open. “Buying tax-forfeited property returns these parcels to the tax rolls and in turn, generates revenue for county, cities, and...