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From festivals in Florida to touring Dracula’s digs in Romania, we round up the best destinations to visit this October. As summer abandons Europe again this October, eke out the last of the rays and raves in Ibiza, where nightclubs will be going out with a bang for the winter break. When the party finally stops head to the island’s north.

MS Joint Legislative Budget Comm. releases January numbers – collections up $23MM over projections

The JLBC gave an updated report on where Mississippi's finances lie as of January 31, 2018. So far, the fiscal YTD is over estimate...

It isn’t #msleg if there isn’t an argument about guns

Today members of the House passed HB 1083 on a vote of 80 to 29. According to Rep. Andy Gipson who authored the bill,...

VIDEO: Weekly Wrap Up 2/2; Deadline day, Medicaid repealers, and Abortion bills

Here's your Weekly Wrap Up with Capitol Correspondent Sarah Ulmer. Tuesday was a deadline day with bills surviving and dying in committee. Then on Friday...

VIDEO: Abortion debate on the House Floor on bill that prohibits abortions after 15...

It was previously featured as Y’all Politics #billoftheday, and now HB 1510 has been taken up on the House Floor, causing quite a debate....

Small town teachers could be eligible for tax credit #billoftheday

Small town teachers might be eligible for a tax credit if this House bill passes. HB 38 authored by Rep. Dortch would authorize an...

House and Senate spending more time on the floor this week after committee deadline...

The end of January marked the committee deadline day. Since then, the House and Senate have been spending quite a bit of time on...

Keep your trash, in your trash can #billoftheday

It would probably be wise of you to keep your litter inside a trashcan. HB 243 authored by Rep. Sandford will increase the penalties...

Only one bill survives to combat human trafficking within Mississippi’s borders #msleg

by Sarah Ulmer Human trafficking is not something that conjured up in faraway lands among people groups that you’ll never come face to face with....

Andy Gipson receives non-profit status for Christian organization

Andy Gipson who is known for letting his faith fuel his politics, announced on Facebook this morning that the non-profit he began "Ambassadors for...

@SenatorWicker Banks over $4 million for 2018 election

Wicker for Senate has $4,124,714 cash on hand heading into the election year. U.S. Senator Roger Wicker’s campaign released its fourth quarter 2017 fundraising numbers...

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