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Toyota’s 500,000th Corolla Rolls Off The Line in Blue Springs

Posted by Sandra Knispel on

Toyota Mississippi has reached another milestone: as of lunchtime yesterday it had produced exactly half a million Corollas.

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Week 4 - February 13

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On @ISSUE this week: Lt. Governor Tate Reeves unveils a $400 million tax cut plan. Lawmakers are moving forward on state contracts reform. Third Grade Reading Gate could be postponed. Assistant teachers may get a pay raise. Efforts to repeal vehicle inspection stickers are gaining momentum.

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Signing River Scandal Prompts Hospital Sunshine Bill

Posted by Jeffrey Hess on

A bill has passed the Senate that would require hospitals to follow open meeting laws.

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Senate Defeats Amendment To Kill Common Core

Posted by Paul Boger on

Mississippi lawmakers are trying to create a new commission that will lead the state away from Common Core Education Standards.

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Music Therapy Is Helping Cancer Patients At Coast Hospital

Posted by Evelina Burnett on

Music is being used to help cancer patients at one Mississippi gulf coast hospital.

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Senate Passes Bill To Kill Inspection Stickers

Posted by Jeffrey Hess on

The Mississippi Senate has approved a bill that would eliminate the annual safety inspection.

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New Council Hopes To Restore Mississippi Oysters

Posted by Evelina Burnett on

A new council that wants to find ways to improve Mississippi’s struggling oyster industry met for the first time this week. 

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Reeves: 400-Million 'Payraise for Tax Payers'

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Mississippi's Lt. Governor is proposing a set of tax cuts for families and businesses.

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Three Rankin County Men Sentenced in 2011 Hate Crime

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Three Rankin County men will be heading to federal prison for their role in committing a hate crime that led to the 2011 death of an African American man in Jackson.

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Rep. Alan Nunnelee mourned, celebrated

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The late U.S. Congressman Alan Nunnelee is being remembered as a diligent public servant and a true family man. Sandra Knispel reports from his funeral in Tupelo.

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