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Mississippi Could See Benefits From Cuba Connection

Posted by Evelina Burnett

The Mississippi Gulf Coast could benefit if the diplomatic thaw with Cuba announced this week leads to greater economic ties between the two countries. 

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Contract Review Board Deny's Contract For Special Needs Assessment

Posted by Paul Boger

Education officials say Mississippi could be in violation of federal guidelines if the state does not obtain an assessment by January.

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MISSISSIPPI EDITION: FRIDAY, DEC. 19TH

Posted by Ezra Wall

Attorney General Jim Hood says Google is not doing enough to protect intellectual property in Mississippi. Also, why going to college could cost even more next year. Plus, the potential impact of President Obama's new Cuba policy on the Gulf Coast economy.

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AG Hood Defends Fight With Google

Posted by Jeffrey Hess

Google is claiming that Hood's crusade against the company is spurred by a cozy relationship with google's competitors.

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MISSISSIPPI EDITION: THURSDAY, DEC. 18TH

Posted by Ezra Wall

On this episode, find out how falling gas prices could affect the State's economy. Then, how a prominent passing can shine much-needed light on memory disorders. Plus, a veteran reporter pens HIS OWN story...

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Expert: Alzheimer's Could Be Next Great Health Crisis

Posted by Jeffrey Hess

A leading researcher in Mississippi says breakthroughs in science could lead to ways to prevent the disease.

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Mississippi Edition: Wednesday, Dec. 17th

Posted by Ezra Wall

More work is needed on a public school's anti-restraints policy. Then, a controversial ride-sharing company is revving up service in the Magnolia State. Plus, a new collection of short stories from acclaimed author, Ron Rash.

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Harrison County Supervisor Pleads Guilty In Corruption Case

Posted by Evelina Burnett

It’s the latest in a string of public corruption cases afflicting the Magnolia state.

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JPS Pulls New Proposed Restraint Rules

Posted by Jeffrey Hess

Districts in Mississippi struggling to figure out how, when, and if to use physical restraints on children.

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Justices Appear in Oxford

Posted by Sandra Knispel

US Supreme Court Justices Antonin Scalia and Elena Kagan speak to a gathering at the University of Mississippi's Ford Center in Oxford.

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