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Immigration Advocates Call For Sweeping Changes

Posted by Jeffrey Hess on

A group of immigration activists is in Mississippi calling for radical changes to US immigration policy

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Mississippi Edition: Wednesday, Oct. 15th

Posted by Ezra Wall on

The Medicare open enrolment period begins today. We'll tell you what you need to know. Then, amnesty activists roll through Mississippi. Plus, genetic screening for breast cancer is available. But who should get it? 

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Governor Touts Economic Development In State

Posted by Evelina Burnett on

Governor Phil Bryant say he's determined to move the state's economy to a new level so it can better compete for economic development dollars.

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Winning Football Teams Could Boost Mississippi's Economy

Posted by Jeffrey Hess on

The high profile success of two Mississippi college football teams could mean big things outside of the sports world.

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Mississippi Edition: Tuesday, Oct. 14th

Posted by Ezra Wall on

Gov. Phil Bryant outlines his economic hopes, and encourages a Common Core delay. Then, high NCAA rankings could mean big bucks for state economy. Also, are Mississippians prepared to battle back from home fires?

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Mississippi Edition: Monday, Oct.

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Nissan workers speak out on both sides of the union argument. Then after EveryDay Tech, a Mississippian is named a national After school Ambassador.

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Genetic Test Offers Additional Screening For Breast Cancer

Posted by Evelina Burnett on

Genetic tests are now being used to see if someone is at higher risk of developing breast and other cancers.

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Nissan Union Effort Dividing Plant

Posted by Jeffrey Hess on

The push to unionize Nissan in Canton has been long and divisive for employees of the plant.

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New Regulation Makes Popular Painkiller Harder To Get

Posted by Evelina Burnett on

New regulations taking effect this week are making hydrocodone, Mississippi's most commonly used prescription painkiller, harder to get.

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Department of Education Looking for Ways to Expand Pre-K Statewide

Posted by Paul Boger on

Education officials are looking for ways to expand Mississippi's state-funded early education program by asking lawmakers for an increase in funding.

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