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Miss. Department of Ed Asks For 2.3% Budget Increase

Posted by Paul Boger

A majority of the increase would go to fund the state's adequate education formula.

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Critical Mississippi Budget Hearings Underway

Posted by Jeffrey Hess

A group of key law makers is meeting with top state agency heads to begin process of crafting a new state budget

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New DUI Law Goes Into Effect Oct. 1

Posted by Evelina Burnett

Mississippi’s new driving under the influence rules go into effect today. Among the changes the law has put in place is that anyone convicted of a D-U-I, even first-time offenders, must use an ignition interlock device.

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Mississippi Edition: Tuesday, September 30th

Posted by Ezra Wall

How a growing partnership could leave poor and minority communities better prepared when disaster strikes. Plus the 3rd Grade Reading Gate, and a community focused on reading together. And we'll catch up with the Mississippian who played young Forest Gump 20 years ago.

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Changes Coming To Farm Safety Nets

Posted by Paul Boger

Mississippi farmers will no longer be able to rely on direct payments from the federal government as a safety net.

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Tourism Leaders Hope For Growth Through Funding Increase

Posted by Evelina Burnett

The Mississippi Development Authority’s tourism division will ask for an additional $5.1 million dollars to expand the state’s marketing reach.

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NAACP Red Cross Sign Agreement To Improve Response

Posted by Jeffrey Hess

The two groups are trying to improve disaster preparedness and response in poor and minority areas that are often overlooked

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Mississippi Edition: Monday, September 29th

Posted by Ezra Wall

Conditions at one Mississippi prison have legal advocates crying foul. Also, the Sons of Confederate Veterans is suing the University of Mississippi over the former "Confederate Drive." We'll ask them what's behind their lawsuit. Plus Everyday Tech.

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Confederate Organization Sues Ole Miss

Posted by Sandra Knispel

The Mississippi Chapter of the Sons of Confederate Veterans claims the University of Mississippi violated the law in changing the name of Confederate Drive to Chapel Lane. 

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Court Asked To Order Improvements At A Mississippi Prison

Posted by Jeffrey Hess

A prison watch dog says conditions at a Mississippi prison are so bad it borders on torture.

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