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Magee Student Wins First Tell Me Something Good Scholarship

16-year-old Jered Smith has made it a mission to serve, organizing household baskets for the elderly and new moms and feeding healthcare heroes State Treasurer...

WATCH: Governor Reeves provides updates on eviction suspensions

In today's press conference Governor Tate Reeves provides updates on the states eviction suspensions that have been in place during the pandemic. Gov. Reeves...

Lynn Fitch joins 17 other AGs in asking for federal action against Chinese over...

Attorney General Lynn Fitch joins other AG's who have urged Congress to open an active investigation into China's role in the spread of COVID-19....

SALTER: Gubernatorial powers changed little since adoption of the state’s 1890 constitution

By: Sid Salter So a Mississippi governor and the state’s Legislature disagree over constitutional powers and responsibilities when it comes to how the state utilizes...

Mississippi Public Service Commission Holds May Docket Meeting

Short-term Extension of Disconnection Moratorium; Temporary Rate Reduction for Entergy Customers The Mississippi Public Service Commission conducted the monthly docket meeting Tuesday to discuss pending...

Senate to Hold Hearings on Immediate COVID-19 Expenses, Including Hospitals, Local Governments, and Distance...

Senators will have the opportunity to participate in four hearings related to immediate and future COVID-19 expenses when the 2020 Legislative Session reconvenes in...

Gunn vindicated by IRS on prohibiting lawmakers serving while ‘double dipping’ PERS

Retired public employees, namely teachers, were said to be “a game changer” in the Mississippi Legislature, at least that is what the left was...

Mississippi’s 3 day average rate of COVID-19 infections hit their lowest point measured today

The Mississippi Department of Health reported 173 new total cases today bringing the total reported cases to 9,674.  There were 5 COVID-19 related deaths...

Mississippi takes anticipated hit as April Revenue numbers come in

As anticipated due to the COVID-19 pandemic, revenues were drastically down for April 2020. Total revenue collections for the month of April FY 2020 are...

WATCH: Governor Reeves extends unemployment benefits

In today's briefing, Gov. Reeves extended unemployment benefits to help more Mississippians. "This is not over. The threat is not over. We are still in...

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