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Miss. Parole Board Brings Back Inmate Monitoring Bracelets

Posted by Jeffrey Hess on

The Mississippi parole board is once again using electronic monitoring bracelets on some of the inmates it releases

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Marine Resources Department Asks for Feedback on Drilling

Posted by Evelina Burnett on

The Mississippi Department of Marine Resources is asking for public feedback as it reviews the state's offshore drilling rules.

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Toyota Mississippi Introduces 2014 Corolla

Posted by Sandra Knispel on

Toyota Mississippi is celebrating the first 2014 Corolla built at Blue Springs.

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Miss. Set to Receive Millions in Transportation Grant Money

Posted by Paul Boger on

The U.S. Department of Transportation will be sending more than $18 million in grant money to Mississippi.

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JSU to Join With Holmes Community College To Create Transitional Classes

Posted by Jeffrey Hess on

Two central Mississippi higher education institutions are teaming up in an effort to create more college graduates in the state.

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Ingalls Cuts May Be Hint Of Future In Military Spending

Posted by Evelina Burnett on

More than 300 jobs will be lost on the Mississippi Gulf Coast when Huntington Ingalls closes its Gulfport composite facility next year.

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Gulf Coast Residents Weigh In On Syria

Posted by Evelina Burnett on

Mississippi Coast residents are weighing in on whether the U.S. should take military action in Syria.

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HMA and Blue Cross Dispute Continues

Posted by Jeffrey Hess on

The dispute between Mississippi's largest health insurance carrier and the company that owns ten hospitals in the state is hitting a new level.

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Open Carry Law Continues Drawing Mixed Reviews

Posted by Lawayne Childrey on

Mississippi's open carry gun-law is now the law of the land, and it continues to received mixed reaction.

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Some Miss. Congressmen Question U.S. Strikes in Syria

Posted by Paul Boger on

As Congressional leaders learn more about the President's plan to use military force in Syria, a new poll shows that a majority of Americans are weary of any strike. And Mississippi's Congressmen are among them.

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