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HHS Awards $100 Million to Health Centers for COVID-19 Response

Today, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), through the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), awarded $100 million to 1,381 health...

Former Philadelphia Court Clerk is Guilty of Embezzlement

 Today State Auditor Shad White announced former Philadelphia municipal court clerk Karen Refre has been convicted of embezzlement in Neshoba County Circuit Court. The...

WATCH: Reeves gives updates for ongoing fight against Coronavirus

Governor Tate Reeves held a press conference at the Governor's Mansion to discuss the ongoing efforts the state has made to battle COVID-19.  

Palazzo Requests Assistance for Rural Health Care Providers

Congressman Steven Palazzo sent a letter to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy as Congress debates the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and...

Mississippi residents given extra 30 days to file state income tax, deadline May 15

Mississippi residents will be required to file their state income tax before the Federal tax filing deadline. The federal government moved the date from April...

With COVID-19 Relief Package stalled, Hyde-Smith stresses importance of Aid for U.S. Agriculture

“We Are Going To Be Able To Feed This Country, But Only If We Keep The Farmers In Business,” Miss. Senator Says U.S. Senator Cindy...

WATCH: Gov. Tate Reeves takes to Facebook to answer more questions on Coronavirus

Governor Tate Reeves took to Facebook on Monday to answer more of the public's questions about COVID-19 and what Mississippi is doing to prevent...

Sen. Wicker: “America is Crying Out” for Senate to Pass Coronavirus Relief

Last night, Mississippi U.S. Senator Roger Wicker took to the Senate floor to call for passage of the Senate’s Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic...

Mississippi Legislators use social media to talk #coronavirus response, state tax filing deadline

Mississippi legislators are home after suspending the 2020 session until at least April 1st but they are still actively discussing the coronavirus pandemic and...

Mississippi casino closures could mean $4.5 million in weekly revenue lost

In the wake of the coronavirus, Mississippi’s tourism industry is among many sectors that have taken a hit with closures to increase social distancing...

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