YP – Auditor White says tip from former Gov. Bryant led to DHS investigation

WTOK – ‘State of emergency’ designation remains in place at Parchman

Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves affirmed Monday the continued state of emergency at Mississippi State Penitentiary. the notice was delivered to Secretary of State Michael Watson, as required by law.

It allows emergency funds to be available as the state works to address the issues in Unit 29 of Parchman, according to the governor’s office.

Gov. Reeves proclaims School Board Member Recognition Week

Lt. Gov. Hosemann working to put Senate Committee agendas online

WDAM – JSU president among 17 arrested in prostitution sting

JSU president among 17 arrested in prostitution sting

William Bynum, the president of Jackson State University, was arrested in Clinton this weekend.

Bynum, 57, faces charges of procuring services of a prostitute, false statement of identity, and simple possession of marijuana.

Bynum was arrested as part of a sting of arrests handled by Clinton police detectives.

Bynum resigned as president Monday morning.

WDAM – Board names acting president of JSU

Board names acting president of JSU

The Institute of Higher Learning named Thomas Hudson as the acting president of Jackson State University on Monday.

Hudson is the current special assistant to the president and Chief Diversity Officer at JSU.

Hudson takes over for William Bynum, who was arrested this weekend in a prostitution sting and subsequently resigned.

Sen. Wicker unhappy with DOD budget request

Gov. Reeves attends National Governors Conference

Congressman Thompson’s bill to drive partnership between HBCUs and Homeland Security passes House

NASA Administrator presents budget request at Stennis in Mississippi