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NAACP Holds Town Hall Meeting on Environment

Posted by Evelina Burnett on

The Gulfport NAACP is shining a light on environmental issues, including a local power plant that has some concerned.

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Sheriff Lewis Joins Push For Pre-K

Posted by Jeffery Hess on

Lewis: Can't arrest our way out of a crime problem.

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Mississippi Educators are Pressing for More Money

Posted by Lawayne Childrey on

"The teachers in Mississippi have not had a raise in seven years. It is time for our legislators to compensate our teachers for all the work that they do and the time that they spend with their children."

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Federal Workers Wait, Worry During Govt Shutdown

Posted by Evelina Burnett on

Furloughed federal workers in Mississippi are at home for the third day in a row as the government shutdown continues.

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Hattiesburg Voters Hope Election Will Help City Move On

Posted by Evelina Burnett on

Votes are still being counted in the race for Hattiesburg mayor, but voters in the Hub City say they’re just happy to put the controversy behind them.

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Experts Debate Benefits of Early Prostate Cancer Screening

Posted by Evelina Burnett on

About 2,500 men in Mississippi are expected to be diagnosed with the disease this year, but there’s a debate over the long-term benefits of early screening.

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Miss. Sec of State Says He’ll Be Watching Hattiesburg Election

Posted by Evelina Burnett on

The Hattiesburg mayoral special election will be under close scrutiny by the Mississippi Secretary of State’s office.

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So. Miss Groups Want to Grow Nature Tourism

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South Mississippi outdoor and tourism leaders want to put the region on the map for nature tourists.

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Miss. Legislature Could Attempt Resolution in Blue Cross & HMA Battle

Posted by Jeffrey Hess on

The Mississippi legislature could step in to attempt to resolve an impasse between the state's largest insurance company and a group of ten Mississippi hospitals.

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Deadly shooting at Navy Yard; Witnesses describe gunfire; helicopter searches resume

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At least six people are dead, after as many as three gunmen opened fire today inside one of the Navy's oldest buildings

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