Chicago Mayor blames Mississippi, in part, for its gun violence – Tate Reeves fires...

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Five people were killed and 46 others were injured in Chicago violence last weekend, according to ABC 7, as widespread looting continued in the...

In interview, Thompson names Senators Cruz, Hawley among those who could be considered for...

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Mississippi Congressman Bennie Thompson (MS-02), the lone Democrat representing the state in D.C., is not only backing his leadership's calls to remove President Donald...

Red Flag Law declared DOA in Mississippi Senate

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Second Amendment activists quickly took to social media following the filing of a Red Flag bill in the Mississippi Senate on Thursday. Democrat State Senators...

U.S. Treasury releases listing of PPP loan recipients per state

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The U.S. Small Business Administration, in consultation with the Treasury Department, today announced it was releasing detailed loan-level data regarding the loans made under...

Lt. Governor Hosemann: Not one Senator has come to me to say they want...

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Lt. Governor Delbert Hosemann does not know if there is time for the income tax phase out bill as passed in the Mississippi House...

Voter fraud incident in NE Mississippi results in new election

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Election fraud and criminal activity in how absentee ballots were handled by a Mississippi notary is resulting in a Judge ordering a new runoff...

New social studies curriculum proposed by Mississippi Dept. of Education should raise eyebrows

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A primary source for the new framework, the National Council for the Social Studies, is an avid supporter of Critical Race Theory in K-12...

Moss Point Mayor Facebook rants on the “horrible people” in this “shitty ass stupid...

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On Tuesday, the City of Moss Point attempted to hold a meeting with their Board of Aldermen on Zoom.  Hackers “Zoom bombed” the meeting...

MSDH releases K-12 COVID Guidance for 2021-2022 School Year

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Friday, MSDH is releasing updated Public Health Guidance for the Prevention and Control of COVID-19 in Mississippi K-12 settings for the 2021-2022 school year...

Do businesses have to accept cash during COVID-19?

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State Senator Chad McMahan's recent Facebook post on businesses not accepting cash for payments during the COVID-19 pandemic has been shared over 18,000 times...

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