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MISSISSIPPI HAS FIRST WEST NILE VIRUS CASE IN U.S. THIS YEAR

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A person in Lamar County has contracted the virus

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Biloxi National Cemetery Says Space Available For 12 Years

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Changing the planned layout has created additional space, extending the life of the cemetery from about six year to 12 years.

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Hearing For Clarksdale Principal Delayed

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The state teacher licensure commission’s hearing for Lowonda Tyler-Jones was scheduled to end yesterday. However, after four days of testimony from expert witnesses, the commission delayed the remainder of the hearing due to schedule constraints.

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GOVERNOR, ATTORNEY GENERAL AT ODDS OVER ENTERING LAWSUIT

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Eleven states are filing suit against the federal government over gender and rest rooms in public schools.

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Mississippi Edition: Thursday, May 26th

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Democratic legislators want Gov. Phil Bryant to call a special session to fix the state budget. Then, boating safety for the Memorial Day weekend. Later, protecting yourself from skin cancer. We'll talk with a dermatologist. And, best-selling author Richard Russo has a new novel in our Book Club.

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BARIA: STATE DEMOCRATS WANT "RETURN TO FISCAL SANITY"

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Democrats are asking Governor Bryant to call special session to address state budget

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Officials Urge Boaters to be Safe This Summer

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The most important safety equipment on board: your life jacket.

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Mississippi Edition: Wednesday, May 25th

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The state Board of Education unanimously rejects a federal policy on transgender bathroom use in public schools. Then, a new app is in the works to help people who can't afford an attorney navigate the court system. Later, does a previously banned pesticide hurt the state's bee population? And, an advocacy group says a turtle-excluder device can help sea life AND Mississippi Gulf Coast shrimpers.

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Miss. Board of Education Rejects Federal Transgender Bathroom Guidance

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The Mississippi Board of Education will follow state leaders in opposing federal guidance on the use of public school bathrooms by transgender students.

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MS GETS EPA APPROVAL TO USE UNAUTHORIZED PESTICIDE TO SAVE GRAIN SORGHUM CROP

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Experts disagree over the impact the pesticide poses to honey bees.

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