State prisoners working for counties. Is it a thing of the past? Then, Habitat for Humanity works on a house to honor Pope Francis. And, teen pregnancy in Mississippi. Later, our Book Club, featuring NPR's Steve Inskeep.
Trent Kelly wins the First Congressional District runoff. Then, hurricane season 2015 started this week. And, a Health Minute from Doctor Rick DeShazo. Later, trying to find justice for those who can't afford it.
Voters go to the polls today to elect a congressman in the First District. Then, a StoryCorps conversation from Mississippi. And, the importance of eye exams from a parent's perspective. Later, a new look at the Kemper County power plant.
Two candidates are vying for the First District Congressional Seat next Tuesday. Then, Oxford House is under fire from state officials. And later, B.B. King's memorial service is tomorrow in Indianola.
A look at Mississippi's infrastructure from a business standpoint.
Then, a Health Minute from Dr. Rick DeShazo. And, what does the state's tax system do to the poor? Later, possible trade between Mississippi and Cuba.