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Mississippi Edition: Tuesday, June 2nd

Posted by Sid Scott

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.

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Supreme Court Could Allow Enforcement of Admitting Privileges Law

Posted by Paul Boger

The court could take up the case by the end of the month.

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Third Graders Who Failed Statewide Reading Exam Eligible for Free Vision Test

Posted by Desare Frazier

A new initiative is making free eye exams and glasses available for all third graders who failed the statewide reading test. 

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Zinn And Kelly Vie For Late Rep. Nunnelee’s Seat

Posted by Sandra Knispel

North Mississippians are heading back to the polls to decide who will serve out the remaining term of the late Rep. Alan Nunnelee who died of cancer in February. 

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Mississippi Edition: Monday, June 1st

Posted by Sid Scott

Hurricane season and storm surges. Then, a visit from the experts at Everyday Tech. And, an interview with Bluesman B.B. King's daughter, Shirley. Later, B.B. King was laid to rest this past Saturday.

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Blues Legend B.B. King Laid to Rest In Indianola

Posted by Paul Boger

This weekend marked the final homecoming for Mississippi native and Blues legend, Riley "B.B." King

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Low Income Residents Want to Combine Legal Aid With Church Outreach

Posted by Paul Boger

In an effort to improve that statistic, some are trying to add legal aid offices to church outreach programs.

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Hurricane Season Begins Today

Posted by Evelina Burnett

A number of new preparation and response programs are being used this year.

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Mississippi Edition: Friday, May 29th

Posted by Sid Scott

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.

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State Officials Are Coming Out Against Oxford House

Posted by Paul Boger

Officials representing the homes say this is part of effort to remove them from residential areas.

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