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A rocket maker takes a Mississippi route toward a new frontier. Also, sickle cell disease can have a devastating impact on its youngest carriers - a summer camp designed for them aims to make their childhoods a little easier. And we’ll hear from the March of Dimes on infant mortality in Mississippi. We have those stories and author SJ Rozan on the Book Club on Thursday's Mississippi Edition.Read More
The Legislative Black Caucus holds a meeting on Medicaid. Members want to consider expansion, but Republicans are warning about the costs. Also, we'll look at the heavy economic costs of recent river flooding. And 12 rural airports get a financial boost from the FAA. Those stories and your Southern Remedy Health Minute on Wednesday's Mississippi Edition.Read More
What will new state telemarketing regulations mean for charities? How bad is the freshwater damage to sea life in the Mississippi Sound? And, are you reading with your kids this summer? A new campaign against the "summer slide" urges you to log that time. We have those reports and StoryCorps on Tuesday's Mississippi Edition.Read More
Today we visit with Laurin Stennis, designer of the Mississippi Stennis Flag and the granddaughter of the late Sen. John C. Stennis.Read More