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At least 8 Mississippi lawmakers test positive for COVID-19The state health officer in Mississippi says at least eight of the state's lawmakers have tested positive for the new coronavirus.

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More summer reading programs announced for Attala County LibraryThe Attala County Summer Library Program is coming to a close, but there is still time to participate.

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Kosciusko police searching for shooting suspectThe Kosciusko Police Department seeking the public's assistance. On June 19, 2020, the Kosciusko Police Department responded to a call of a drive by shooting on Taylor Street.

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Today in history: July 8Today is Wednesday, July 8, the 190th day of 2020. There are 176 days left in the year.

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Is the Mississippi Flag Truly A Thing of the Past?The most recent rendition of the Mississippi flag was established in 1894. That's a really long time, y'all.

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Viewpoint: Nature-Based Flood Mitigation Can Help Mississippi River FarmersThe 2019 flooding of the Mississippi, Missouri and Arkansas Rivers in the United States impacted 19 states and caused $20 billion in losses.

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Mississippi city to remove namesake's statue tied to slaveryA Mississippi city named after former U.S. President Andrew Jackson will remove a downtown statue of him and put it in a less prominent spot.

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Mississippi man admits to bank fraud by faking invoices for trucksA Mississippi man pleaded guilty Tuesday to bank fraud, admitting that he inflated the cost of trucks he was buying to get extra money from lenders.

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Mississippi's Jackson council votes to relocate statue of presidentThe shift in civic attitude towards Jackson, who owned slaves and oversaw the forced migration of Native Americans in which many people died, is the latest of many changes as people reconsider monuments to historical figures with connections to slavery and racism.

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A new Mississippi city is now a part of the Mississippi Main Street ProgramBusinesses in Nettleton expect this to bring new life and business to the city.

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Mississippi Poor People's Campaign stepping up efforts to fight inequalityIn the wake of recent events, the Mississippi Poor People's Campaign, a statewide campaign, is stepping up its efforts to combat inequality.

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In Mississippi, wearing a mask while carrying concealed isn't against state lawDespite widespread claims on social media that concealed carry permit holders could violate state law if they choose to wear a mask, a 3 On Your Side analysis finds only two states consider that illegal, and Mississippi isn't one of them.

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Mississippi Lawmakers test positive for COVID-19According to reports from Fox News, a minimum of 8 lawmakers in the state of Mississippi now have tested positive for Coronavirus.

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Mississippians could vote to strike a Jim Crow-era voting process in NovemberMississippi legislators in June voted to place a constitutional amendment on the November ballot that would change a Jim Crow-era provision that critics say suppresses Black political power.

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State troopers discover alleged kidnapper, his victims on traffic stopA Missouri man suspected in a kidnapping in Tennessee was found during a traffic stop in Mississippi over the weekend, authorities said.

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MDAC to distribute food boxes, milk at Mississippi State FairgroundsThe Mississippi Department of Agriculture and Commerce plans to distribute 1,400 whole produce boxes and 1,400 gallons of milk to the public Friday at the Mississippi State Fairgrounds in Jackson as part of the Farmers to Families Food Box Program.

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Mississippi troopers find kidnapping victims at traffic stopCORINTH, Miss. — A Missouri man suspected in a kidnapping in Tennessee was found during a traffic stop in Mississippi over the weekend, authorities said.

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Mississippi removes Confederate emblem from flag; Frey says he's for reparations; protesters hit by driversVauhxx Booker, a local civil rights activist in Bloomington, Indiana said he was assaulted by White men over the Fourth of July weekend after the group claimed that he and his friends trespassed on private property at an Indiana lake.

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Boot with human bone still attached found on bank of Mississippi RiverThe boot was found in an area known as Anna's Bottom which is along the bank of the Mississippi River in Adams County.

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Mississippi city votes to move Andrew Jackson statue to 'less prominent' positionThe capital city of Mississippi has voted to relocate a statue of US President Andrew Jackson and put it in a less prominent position.

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Escaped Mississippi murderer recaptured in Nashville, prison officials sayA murderer who escaped from a Mississippi prison Sunday was captured Tuesday in Nashville. Mississippi Department of Corrections officials reported that escapee Arthur Lestrick was caught and will be returned to Mississippi.

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Who received PPP loans in Mississippi?Doctor's offices in Mississippi received the most money from the Paycheck Protection Program, while restaurants were able to retain the most jobs.

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State confirms 8 Mississippi lawmakers have COVID-19, 11 more suspected to have virusAt least eight Mississippi lawmakers have tested positive for the coronavirus after working for weeks in a Capitol where many people stood or sat close together and did not wear masks.

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State health officer says if Mississippians remain foolish, coronavirus will worsenThe state's top medical officer said Tuesday the impatience of Mississippians in following coronavirus protection guidelines is heartbreaking.

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At least eight Mississippi lawmakers test positive for COVID-19At least eight Mississippi lawmakers have tested positive for the coronavirus after working for weeks in a Capitol where many people stood or sat close together and did not wear masks.

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Wade Kaminski Snares A Massive 112-Pound Catfish in Mississippi River Near St. LouisST. LOUIS - A St. Charles, Mo., fisherman snared a huge 112-pound catfish over the weekend.

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Mississippi coronavirus fight: 'We are now skyrocketing,' state epidemiologist saysMississippi reported a near-record number of new COVID-19 coronavirus cases on Tuesday along with dozens of recent deaths resulting from the virus and state health officials urged Mississippians to "stay home" if at all possible.

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Long Beach Man David Gray Pleads Guilty to Methamphetamine TraffickingDavid Gray, 39, of Long Beach, Mississippi, pled guilty today before Senior U.S. District Judge Louis Guirola, Jr. to possession with intent to distribute 50 grams or more of methamphetamine, announced U.S. Attorney Mike Hurst and Brad L. Byerley, Special Agent in Charge of the Drug Enforcement Administration.

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Boot with human remains found on banks of Mississippi River near NatchezWildlife officials in Mississippi said they found a man's boot on Monday with human remains inside.

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TUESDAY: Forty-four new Coronavirus deaths reported along with 957 new casesWe'd like to ask for your support. More people are reading the Mississippi Business Journal than ever before, but advertising.

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Mississippi Highway Patrol releases Fourth of July weekend report for BiloxiDuring the Fourth of July 'Drive Right Mississippi' initiative from Friday, July 3rd to midnight Sunday, July 5th, the MHP Biloxi District worked 24 traffic crashes and made 10 DUI arrests over the weekend.

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Mississippi coronavirus: MSDH hosts coronavirus news conferenceThe Mississippi Health Department is holding a press conference Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. about the spread of coronavirus in Mississippi.

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Mississippi governor requests federal aid to cover damage from Tropical Storm CristobalMississippi Governor Tate Reeves announced Tuesday that he has requested a Federal Disaster Declaration for Public Assistance following Tropical Storm Cristobal, which impacted the Mississippi Gulf Coast on June 7-8.

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Legislature's top leaders test positive for coronavirusThe presiding officers of the House and Senate have been diagnosed with COVID-19, after a busy few days where precautions were not followed strictly.

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Mississippi lt. gov tests positive for COVID; gov negativeMississippi's lieutenant governor has tested positive for the new coronavirus, his spokeswoman said Tuesday, hours after Republican Gov.

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Mississippi governor tests negative for COVID-19 after scareWe'd like to ask for your support. More people are reading the Mississippi Business Journal than ever before, but advertising.

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Businesses with ties to Mississippi governor received loansWe'd like to ask for your support. More people are reading the Mississippi Business Journal than ever before, but advertising.

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Making Resilient RiceRaja Reddy, research professor in the Department of Plant and Soil Sciences in MSU's College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and scientist in the Mississippi Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station, examines rice samples as part of his studies on next generation rice seed germination.

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Where did coronavirus cases grow most last week in Mississippi? Here are the numbers.Mississippi's battle against the COVID-19 coronavirus continued to grow rapidly last week as new case numbers continued to break records.

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Chemours to close Mississippi chemical plantWilmington-based Chemours will close its First Chemical site in Pascagoula, MI by the end of the year.

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Medical waste firm investing $6 million, creating 45 jobsWe'd like to ask for your support. More people are reading the Mississippi Business Journal than ever before, but advertising revenues for all conventional media are falling fast.

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Sneak Peek: The Mississippi State BulldogsOver the next couple of weeks, we will be taking a quick look at every Auburn opponent on the 2020 schedule.

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Confederate Statue at Raymond Courthouse May Move After Black Citizen Pleads Case to Hinds SupervisorsThe Confederate statue at the Hinds County Courthouse in Raymond represents racial injustice and should be removed, Marshand Boone told the Hinds County Board of Supervisors Monday.

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Mississippi woman charged with stabbing her own father on July 4A Mississippi woman is charged with stabbing her own father multiple times while the two rode in a car together July 4.

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Lt. Gov. Hosemann, Speaker Gunn Test Positive for COVID-19; Governor Hints at 'Total Lockdowns'Delbert Hosemann and Speaker of the House Philip Gunn have both tested positive for COVID-19, as have a number of other state legislators.

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Rudolph "Cotton" BaronichRudolph "Cotton" Baronich, a longtime Jackson resident who once worked as a bartender at city landmarks like the Sun-N-Sand, George Street Grocery, Hal and Mal's and the Edison Walthall Hotel, died on Tuesday, June 30, at age 90.

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Mississippi coronavirus: Lt. Gov. Delbert Hosemann tests positive"Lieutenant Governor Delbert Hosemann has informed members of the Senate he tested positive for COVID-19 and will follow State Health Department guidelines by self-quarantining and working at home," said Leah Rupp Smith, his deputy chief of staff.

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Report: Mississippi Lieutenant Governor Delbert Hoseman contracts COVID-19Mississippi Lieutenant Governor Delbert Hosemann has reportedly tested positive for the COVID-19 coronavirus, his spokesman said Tuesday.

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Reeves' tries to put blame for COVID spike on protests, but state's top health expert disagreesMississippi Gov. Tate Reeves said Sunday that recent spikes in coronavirus cases are tied to protests, not community spread at social gatherings, but his statement flies in the face of the state's top health expert and the state health department.

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Lt. Governor Hosemann tests positive for COVID-19The leaders of both chambers in the Mississippi Legislature have tested positive for COVID-19. Following the recent announcement that Speaker of the House Philip Gunn and several other House members had tested positive, Lt.

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Kosciusko Attala Partnership delivers thermometers to local businesses and schoolsThe Kosciusko Attala Partnership would like to thank MEDC and FEMA for the opportunity to provide needed thermometers to our manufacturing, library, clinics, hospital, city and county schools and others throughout our area.

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Escaped Mississippi murderer still on the run. Have you seen him?Law enforcement officers continued to search for a convicted murderer who escaped state custody Sunday morning and have now offered a reward of up to $2,500 for information leading to his capture.

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Reeves' Tweet 'Messy, Loud and Wrong,' Protest Leader SaysA Mississippi Senate leader and a protest organizer are speaking out against Republican Gov. Tate Reeves's tweet Sunday that said the "liberal media" is ignoring new coronavirus cases that could have been caused by protests and blaming a surge of holiday barbecue parties.

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Mississippi Governor Tests Negative for COVID-19 After ScareMississippi Gov. Tate Reeves has tested negative for the coronavirus, a day after announcing he was going into isolation after being in contact with a lawmaker who tested positive.

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Mississippi Board Votes 'No' on Moving Confederate MonumentOfficials in a Mississippi county unanimously voted to keep a Confederate monument where it stands, saying moving the statue wouldn't fix racial tensions.

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Mississippi board votes 'no' on moving Confederate monumentWe'd like to ask for your support. More people are reading the Mississippi Business Journal than ever before, but advertising.

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Feds to decide if 2 Mississippi turtles need protectionWe'd like to ask for your support. More people are reading the Mississippi Business Journal than ever before, but advertising.

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Gov. Reeves and family test negative for COVID-19After a handful of lawmakers recently tested positive for COVID-19, Governor Tate Reeves announced yesterday that he and his family had been tested for the virus.

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Mississippi has too many regulations: CommentaryMississippi has a way to go before challenging some of the South's strongest economies, and one key reason is more regulation and red tape than its neighbors.

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Regulated Medical Waste and Secure Document Destruction company expanding to Northwest MississippiJackson, Mississippi - July 7, 2020 - GreenServ, Inc., a regulated medical waste and secure document destruction company, is increasing its presence in Mississippi by locating processing operations and corporate headquarters in Batesville.

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Calls for TSA to make masks mandatoryMississippi Congressman Bennie G. Thompson and California Congressman Lou Correa sent a letter to the Administrator of the Transportation Security Administration calling on him to issue a requirement for airline passengers to wear masks in order to go through airport security checkpoints.

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Effective Immediately-Youth Curfew for CarthageA Youth Curfew is in effect immediately. The Mayor and Board of Aldermen voted last night to instate an 11p.m.

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Mississippi governor says his COVID-19 test was negativeMississippi Gov. Tate Reeves said Tuesday morning that his COVID-19 coronavirus test results came back negative.

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Feds just released info on 45,000 Mississippi entities that received virus stimulus moneyThe federal government released the names of approximately 650,000 businesses and nonprofits that received taxpayer money from a federal virus relief program including more than 45,000 in Mississippi.

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Gov. Reeves Blames Protests for Rise in CasesSegment 1: Coronavirus cases in Mississippi are rising at an unprecedented pace for the state, cueing more words of caution and concern from state comes as multiple members of the Mississippi House of Representatives have tested positive for the disease, including House Speaker Philip Gunn.

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New rights for LGBTQ workers on collision course with religious freedom claims?We'd like to ask for your support. More people are reading the Mississippi Business Journal than ever before, but advertising.

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ANALYSIS — Gorsuch hinted to stay tuned for more religious freedoms and gay rightsWe'd like to ask for your support. More people are reading the Mississippi Business Journal than ever before, but advertising.

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Auditor's Office Returns $150,000State Auditor Shad White announced the Auditor's office concluded four cases with guilty verdicts for embezzlement and returned nearly $150,000 to taxpayers last month.

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Rooting for and rooting out the Confederate mascot in small town MississippiAs the state reckons with Confederate imagery and its place in the state, residents of Caledonia are debating whether the local high school mascot, the "Confederates," belongs anymore.

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MSU Virtual Road Dawgs Tour Begins TodayStarting tonight, Mississippi State Athletics will host a five-episode Virtual Road Dawgs Tour presented by Mississippi Farm Bureau Insurance.

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BOLO! Reward offered for Parchman escapeeA man serving life for capital murder in Copiah County escaped from Parchman on Sunday and there is a reward.

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Mississippi Aquarium nearly complete and ready for marine lifeWith water now in the tanks, the Mississippi Aquarium is close to announcing its opening date.

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WJTV "Mississippi Insight" discusses impact of flag changeThe episode featured reaction from the President and CEO of the NAACP Derrick Johnson, Sarah Ulmer, Y'all Politics' Capitol Reporter spoke about how the vote in the Legislature came together a.

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Telemental health visits soar in Mississippi during COVID-19 pandemicInstead, beginning in March, his private counselor and his psychiatrist tried out a method of meeting that didn't involve Douglas leaving his apartment-wireless telehealth counseling and medication sessions - a mode of treatment that exploded in numbers in Mississippi during shelter-in-place orders.

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Mississippi board votes 'no' on moving Confederate monumentOXFORD, Miss. — Officials in a Mississippi county unanimously voted to keep a Confederate monument where it stands because moving the statue wouldn't fix racial tensions.

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Mississippi officials unanimously vote to keep Confederate statute on courthouse lawnThe Confederate monument on the Lafayette County Courthouse lawn will remain where it stands. On Monday night, the Board of Supervisors decided at the last minute to add discussion of the statue to their meeting agenda.

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VIDEO: Endangered gorilla expecting first baby at New Orleans zooOne of the critically endangered gorillas in the New Orleans' zoo is expecting her first baby, and already is being trained with a "doll" to hold her future offspring.

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Skills2Work program can help dreams become realityMississippians have a new pathway to achieve their career goals through partnerships between the Mississippi Department of Human Services , Mississippi community colleges, and other employment and training programs within the state.

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Man accused of riddling person with bullets charged with murder, held on $2 million bondBennard Craft, 23, has been arrested and charged with murder in the June 25 killing of Andrew Prudhomme.

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Gov. Tate Reeves tests negative for COVID-19 after scareMississippi Gov. Tate Reeves has tested negative for the coronavirus, a day after announcing he was going into isolation after being exposed to a lawmaker who tested positive.

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Ole Miss, Mississippi State back off Ty Keyes after coaching changesTaylorsville High rising senior Ty Keyes has been one of the most prominent high school football players in Mississippi for years.

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MDAC to Distribute Farmers to Families Food Boxes at the Mississippi State Fairgrounds This FridayThe Mississippi Department of Agriculture and Commerce will distribute 1,400 whole produce boxes and 1,400 gallons of milk to the public at the Mississippi State Fairgrounds in Jackson, this Friday, July 10, as part of the Farmers to Families Food Box Program.

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What did Mississippi lawmakers get done in 2020?Medical marijuana and prohibition. Abortion issues and a Jim Crow-era election system. A $1.2 billion battle between lawmakers and the governor.

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Escaped Mississippi murderer still on the run. Have you seen him?Law enforcement officers continued to search for a convicted murderer who escaped state custody Sunday morning and have now offered a reward of up to $2,500 for information leading to his capture.

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Two Mississippi museums reopen after being closed for almost four monthsThe two Mississippi museums have reopen today for the first time since closing in mid-March for coronavirus.

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Officials: Human remains found inside boot along Mississippi River bankThe Natchez Democrat reported Monday afternoon that the Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks officials reported a man's boot being found along with human remains along the Mississippi River bank near Anna's Bottom.

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Mississippi County votes to keep Confederate monumentLafayette County swims against the tide amid cries to remove statues associated with a racist past.

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Mississippi governor tests negative for COVID-19Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves has tested negative for the coronavirus, a day after announcing he was going into isolation after being in contact with a lawmaker who tested positive.

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Mississippi governor tests negative for COVID-19 after scareMississippi Gov. Tate Reeves has tested negative for the coronavirus, a day after announcing he was going into isolation after being exposed to a lawmaker who tested positive.

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Boot found along Mississippi River bank with human remains intactThe Adams County Sheriff's Office is investigating a found boot with human remains inside. The Natchez Democrat reported Monday afternoon that the Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks officials reported a man's boot being found along with human remains along the Mississippi River Bank near Anna's Bottom.

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Mississippi board votes 'no' on removing Confederate monumentOfficials in a Mississippi county unanimously voted to keep a Confederate monument where it stands, saying moving the statue wouldn't fix racial tensions.

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Mississippi board votes 'no' on moving Confederate monumentOfficials in a Mississippi county unanimously voted to keep a Confederate monument where it stands because moving the statue wouldn't fix racial tensions.

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Mississippi GOP Sen. Applauds Removal Of 'Divisive' Confederate Emblem From State FlagRoger Wicker on Monday praised his state's move to officially erase the Confederate battle emblem, which is a symbol of white supremacy, from the Mississippi flag.

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Mississippi, Arkansas announce guidelines for tax-free holiday weekendsSchool supplies, clothing and other goods will be tax-free in Mississippi and Arkansas during a tax-free holiday weekend.

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Feds to decide if 2 Mississippi turtles need protectionThis undated photo provided by the Center for Biological Diversity shows a Pascagoula map turtle.

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Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame induction postponedThe Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame is postponing its annual induction ceremony originally scheduled for August 1st.

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Army says dismembered remains belong to missing Texas soldierAn Army commander confirmed Monday that dismembered remains found last week buried near Fort Hood belonged to a 20-year-old soldier who vanished more than two months ago from the Texas base.

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These governors shutdown their states, then earned virus relief cash for companies they owned, including Mississippi's governorGovernors who ordered shutdowns as their states responded to the coronavirus pandemic were among millions of beneficiaries of the loan program created to help small businesses weather COVID-19's effect on the economy, data released Monday show.

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Mississippi State volleyball adds Lipscomb transfer Lauren MyrickAs an outside and right-side hitter at Lipscomb, Myrick had 177 kills and 84 digs in 29 matches in her freshman season last year.

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Mississippi Republican senator: 'We don't want to celebrate' Confederate flagCNN)The senior GOP US senator from Mississippi said Monday that the decision by his state to change its "divisive" flag with the Confederate emblem was long overdue, while praising the decision by NASCAR to ban the battle flag of the southern secessionists at its events as "absolutely the right thing to do."

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Two men canoe Mississippi River; raise awareness for disabilitiesTwo men living with physical disabilities are paddling down the Mississippi River to raise awareness for those with similar conditions.

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Coronavirus outbreak leaves Legislature's plans in limboAfter multiple lawmakers tested positive for COVID-19 over the weekend, the Mississippi House of Representatives sent most staff home for the next two weeks.

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Mississippi governor says he's 'willing and able' to take action if coronavirus cases swamp hospitalsMississippi Gov. Tate Reeves said Monday that the state is "willing and able" to take action if coronavirus cases continue to consume the state's hospital system.

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Catholic Dioceses of Mississippi denounce racism in letterIn the wake of George Floyd's death at the hands of Minneapolis police officers, the Catholic Dioceses of Mississippi released a joint statement on Monday.

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Alford named president of the Mississippi Dental AssociationWe'd like to ask for your support. More people are reading the Mississippi Business Journal than ever before, but advertising revenues for all conventional media are falling fast.

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NASA Invests $51 Million in Innovative Ideas from U.S. Small BusinessesWe'd like to ask for your support. More people are reading the Mississippi Business Journal than ever before, but advertising.

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Webb named loan officer for Community BankWe'd like to ask for your support. More people are reading the Mississippi Business Journal than ever before, but advertising revenues for all conventional media are falling fast.

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Pizzimenti named to Internal Medicine BoardWe'd like to ask for your support. More people are reading the Mississippi Business Journal than ever before, but advertising revenues for all conventional media are falling fast.

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Gruesome discovery: Man finds boot with bones sticking out along edge of Mississippi RiverMississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks officials on Monday reported finding a man's boot with what appeared to be human bones in it along the bank of the Mississippi River in an area known as Anna's Bottom.

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Mississippi man accused of threatening county supervisor using N-word appears in courtA Warren County man has been arrested and charged with making terroristic threats over the internet involving comments he made that appeared to threaten the life of a Warren County supervisor.

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Boot with human remains found at Anna's BottomNATCHEZ — Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks officials on Monday reported finding a man's boot with what appeared to be human bones in it along the bank of the Mississippi River in an area known as Anna's Bottom.

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Lawmakers from South Mississippi test positive for COVID-19A number of state legislators from the House of Representatives have tested positive for coronavirus, including multiple Coast lawmakers.

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Lyric Hotel to open in Cleveland on Aug. 4We'd like to ask for your support. More people are reading the Mississippi Business Journal than ever before, but advertising.

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MDE announces candidates, schedule for awards ceremonyThe Mississippi Department of Education has scheduled its first-ever virtual ceremony for Teacher of the Year and Administrator of the Year.

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Marshall Ramsey: Masked EagleWith cases of COVID-19 spreading through the legislature , precautions are in order.

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Outrage as Mississippi election commissioner complains 'the Blacks' are registering to vote in high numbersShe thought she was sending a private message: 'That was an error on my part'

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Inmates housed in Mississippi and Nebraska return to WyomingWyoming Department of Corrections. Director Bob Lampert announced today that all inmates previously housed in rental bed space in Nebraska and Mississippi have been returned to WDOC facilities.

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Mississippi governor in isolation awaiting COVID-19 test resultsMississippi Gov. Tate Reeves said Monday he is isolating himself after coming into contact with a member of the state House of Representatives who tested positive for coronavirus last week.

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Telemental health visits soar. Is it a stopgap measure during pandemic or roadmap for the future?Use of telehealth or telemedicine in mental health treatment soared in recent months among those covered by Medicaid.

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COVID Infiltrates HouseCOVID-19 infiltrates the state House as multiple members, including the Speaker, test positive. And, another House member announces his resignation.

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Catholic Bishops of Mississippi release statement "against the evils of racism"The Catholic Bishops of Mississippi released a statement regarding the "evil of racism." It's an effort to come together, denouncing racism and referring to it as a plague.

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Mississippi Republican senator: 'We don't want to celebrate' Confederate flagThe senior GOP US senator from Mississippi said Monday that the decision by his state to change its "divisive" flag with the Confederate emblem was long overdue, while praising the decision by NASCAR to ban the battle flag of the southern secessionists at its events as "absolutely the right thing to do."

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Autopsy: Death of Harvey Hill in Madison County Detention Center Ruled HomicideThe death of 36-year-old Harvey Hill on May 6, 2018, in the Madison County Detention Center was a homicide, the Mississippi State Medical Examiner's Office has determined.

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'Numerous' Mississippi Legislators Test Positive For Coronavirus, Governor SaysPhilip Gunn, the Mississippi speaker of the House, confirmed Sunday that he had tested positive for coronavirus, but said in a Facebook video he felt "very fortunate" to not have many symptoms.

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VIDEO: Viking responds to strong demand for Mississippi River cruisesViking River Cruises says that new 2023 sailings of its Mississippi River cruises are now on sale.

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Underlying Disparities Mean Mississippi's Kids Are Hit Hard by COVID-19Coronavirus has made the inequalities facing poor and marginalized children in the U.S. all the more stark.

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Dog Makes Folks Welcome at Terry's Creek ChurchTerry's Creek Baptist Church has many faithful members, no doubt — but perhaps none more so than a four-legged one named Spike.

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Mangia Bene COVID-19 Measures, Grants from LGBTQ Fund of Mississippi and National Endowment for the ArtsIn light of the City of Jackson's recent mandate requiring people to wear masks in public, Mangia Bene restaurant group, which operates BRAVO!

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Mississippi governor's tweet "messy, loud and wrong," protest leader saysMississippi Senate Minority Leader Derrick T. Simmons of Greenville said he doesn't think the governor or anyone else can "for certain blame the increased number of COVID-19 cases on protests around the nation or in Mississippi." New cases can also be caused by people returning to work, the reopening of the economy and increased testing, Simmons...

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Bolivar county will remove its Confederate monumentBolivar County will remove the Confederate statue from outside the Cleveland courthouse, though details about where it will be moved or how much it will cost are sparse.

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Bolivar County will remove its Confederate monumentBolivar County will remove the Confederate statue from outside the Cleveland courthouse, though details about where it will be moved or how much it will cost are sparse.

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Coronavirus cases in MS: 3 new deaths, 357 cases reported MondayMississippi hit yet another coronavirus record for the state Monday as the highest number of hospitalizations to date was reported by the Mississippi Department of Health.

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MSDH: 'No evidence' protests caused spike in Mississippi's COVID-19 casesHospitals have long been judged on quality of care. These new rankings grade their commitment to community, too.

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Mississippi reports more COVID-19 cases on MondayThe Mississippi State Department of Health on Monday reported 357 new cases of COVID-19 in Mississippi and 3 new deaths.

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Gov. Reeves attributes rise in COVID-19 cases to protestsIn recent weeks, COVID-19 cases in Mississippi, and across the country, have surged with many possible factors playing a part.

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Mississippi reports second-straight day of lower coronavirus numbersThe recent spike in reported new COVID-19 coronavirus cases remained much lower Monday for the second-straight day.

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Protest leader to governor about linking virus spike to demonstrations: 'We were masked! up! where's yours? 'A Mississippi Senate leader and a protest organizer are speaking out against Republican Gov. Tate Reeves's tweet Sunday that the "liberal media" is ignoring new coronavirus cases that could have been caused by protests and blaming the state's recent surge on holiday barbecue parties.

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MSDH reports 357 new cases of COVID-19, 3 additional deathsThe Mississippi State Department of Health is reporting 357 new cases of COVID-19. Today's report brings the state's total up to 31,257 cases.

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MSM 661 Ruth ColterRuth Colter attended school in Natchez from the first grade through high school during the 1930s.

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357 new COVID-19 cases, 3 new deaths reported Monday in MississippiAcross the entire state, there were 357 new cases of COVID-19 and three new deaths reported Monday.

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Mississippi gov self-isolates, awaiting COVID test resultsMississippi's Republican governor said Monday he is isolating himself after coming into contact with a member of the state House of Representatives who tested positive for the coronavirus.

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MONDAY: Coronavirus cases at 357 after weekly record shattered; three new deaths reportedWe'd like to ask for your support. More people are reading the Mississippi Business Journal than ever before, but advertising.

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Mississippi Could Drop Jim Crow-Era Statewide Voting ProcessMississippi just ditched its Confederate-themed state flag. Later this year, the state's voters will decide whether to dump a statewide election process that dates to the Jim Crow era.

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Jackson Councilman Suggests Buying Masks for ResidentsDays after the city of Jackson passed a new rule requiring people to wear masks in public, City Councilman Kenneth Stokes is proposing the city purchase 100,000 masks to distribute to residents.

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Mississippi House Speaker Tests Positive for CoronavirusHouse Speaker Philip Gunn said Sunday that he had tested positive for the coronavirus as state health officials reported more than 200 new infections and five deaths linked to the pandemic.

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Latest Mississippi news, sports, business and entertainment at 11:20 a.m. CDTHouse Speaker Philip Gunn says he has tested positive for the coronavirus. Gunn said in a video posted Sunday to Facebook that he got tested because he had been in close proximity to another member of the house who tested positive.

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Belhaven University Renames Hall After Namesake Called SegregationistA university in Mississippi removed the name of a former president from a residence hall after a petition called the man a segregationist.

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Catholic Dioceses of Mississippi speak out against 'evils of racism'The Catholic Dioceses of Mississippi are speaking out against "the evils of racism" in a joint statement released Monday.

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Mississippi United Ways asks residents to take survey to help measure impact of COVID-19United Ways across Mississippi are launching a statewide survey Wednesday to assess the economic impact the COVID-19 crisis has had on Mississippi families.

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University renames hall after namesake called segregationistA university in Mississippi removed the name of a former president from a residence hall after a petition called the man a segregationist.

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John McRae Recognized by Barron's MagazineWe'd like to ask for your support. More people are reading the Mississippi Business Journal than ever before, but advertising revenues for all conventional media are falling fast.

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From home runs to hole-in-ones: Mississippi baseball park transforms to golf courseA baseball park in Mississippi has been re-purposed as a small golf course during the COVID-19 outbreak.

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Effective today, Mississippians must quarantine before visiting ChicagoPhoto courtesy of Chicago O'Hare International Airport Chicago is the latest city to require people from Mississippi to self-quarantine for 14 days before entering the city limits.

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Free COVID-19 testing coming to KosciuskoThe testing will be conducted by Mallory Community Health Center. Testing sites will be Travelers Rest MB Church Wednesday, July 8 and Wesley United Methodist Church Thursday, July 9.

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COVID conversion: Mississippi ballpark becomes golf venueBILOXI, Miss. — A baseball park in Mississippi has been re-purposed as a small golf course during the COVID-19 outbreak.

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ORED seeks faculty input for newly launched African Initiatives Working GroupThe Office of Research and Economic Development has launched a small working group to explore and maximize Mississippi State's responsiveness to funding opportunities involving partnerships and implementation of activities in African countries.

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Carlos Hernandez named new GM for Outlets of MississippiWe'd like to ask for your support. More people are reading the Mississippi Business Journal than ever before, but advertising.

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Four fatalities and over 4-thousand citations issued by Mississippi Highway Patrol during Fourth of July weekendThe Mississippi Highway Patrol has wrapped up its 2020 Fourth of July enforcement period which began Friday, July 3, at 12:01 a.m.

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Greenville native to lead USDA Rural Development in MississippiWe'd like to ask for your support. More people are reading the Mississippi Business Journal than ever before, but advertising.

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Jackson Insurance Agent Eugene Starks Named President-Elect of NAHUWe'd like to ask for your support. More people are reading the Mississippi Business Journal than ever before, but advertising revenues for all conventional media are falling fast.

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Anna Massey joins Neel-Schaffer as Environmental Scientist in TennesseeWe'd like to ask for your support. More people are reading the Mississippi Business Journal than ever before, but advertising revenues for all conventional media are falling fast.

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New abortion law signed in MississippiMississippi is one of the top states to have the strictest abortion laws with only one abortion clinic in the entire state.

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Long on a limb regarding state flag, Gunn waited for 'perfect storm' to furl the banner for goodIn 2015, House Speaker Philip Gunn stepped out on a limb and said he supported changing the state flag.

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BankFirst Capital Corporation completes acquisition of Traders and FarmersWe'd like to ask for your support. More people are reading the Mississippi Business Journal than ever before, but advertising revenues for all conventional media are falling fast.

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COVID-19 in Mississippi: Numbers rise and cases are confirmed in the LegislatureFriday may have kicked off a long Fourth of July weekend, but the threat and the impact of COVID-19 did not take a break.

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Mississippi Medical Marijuana Activists Relieved After Controversial Legalization Resolution Stalls OutMississippi lawmakers recently introduced a new medical marijuana resolution that would've represented another threat to an activist-driven reform initiative that will appear on the November ballot.

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In Search of Memphis, MississippiThe fourth in a series of stories that explore towns across America that share the same name as our own.

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BILL CRAWFORD — Bryant set stage for faith to supplant battle flagWe'd like to ask for your support. More people are reading the Mississippi Business Journal than ever before, but advertising.

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A tour of Mississippi: The Little Red Schoolhouse in Holmes, CountyColor your way through Mississippi with me!

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Top Mississippi state lawmaker tests positive for coronavirus after flag debateMississippi House Speaker Philip Gunn announced Sunday that he has tested positive for the coronavirus.

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Wear a mask? Many Mississippi lawmakers and public officials do notAs Jackson's mayor held a downtown news conference last week declaring a new citywide mask mandate, a few blocks away inside the Mississippi Capitol, numerous lawmakers and other officials opted not to wear one.

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Mississippi students voted to move a Civil War statue. Now they fear a Confederate shrineAfter calling for the relocation of a confederate statue at the University of Mississippi, students are now demanding administrators halt the project after learning they plan to spend more than $1.1 million to renovate an old Civil War cemetery and shine new lighting on the monument.

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Ep. 113: Behind the scenes: How lawmakers worked to remove the Mississippi state flagRep. Chris Bell shares insight on lawmakers' meetings ahead of removing state flag.

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Kosciusko-Attala County Airport to awarded over $650,00 from FAAThe Kosciusko-Attala County airport is getting money from the federal government. The airport will get a grant of $666,667 to improve the fuel farm put up a perimeter fence.

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Mississippi house speaker tests positive for coronavirusHouse Speaker Philip Gunn says he has tested positive for the coronavirus. Gunn said in a video posted Sunday to Facebook that he got tested because he had been in close proximity to another member of the house who tested positive.

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New cases of COVID-19 in Attala County, Mississippi total up to 31,257The Mississippi State Department of Health is reporting 357 new cases of COVID-19 as of Monday afternoon.

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Today in history: July 6Today is Monday, July 6, the 188th day of 2020. There are 178 days left in the year.

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Governor tested for COVID-19 after Gunn tests positive for coronavirusGov. Tate Reeves has been tested for COVID-19 after several Mississippi lawmakers, including House Speaker Philip Gunn, tested positive for the virus.

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Catholic Dioceses of Mississippi speak out against 'evils of racism'Anti-mask shoppers at Costco and Target throw tantrums and tear down mask displays, revealing a growing crisis for retail workers.

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Behind the scenes: How lawmakers worked to remove the Mississippi state flagState Rep. Chris Bell, D-Jackson, discusses how a bipartisan group of lawmakers worked behind closed doors to remove the state flag.

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COVID conversion: Mississippi ballpark becomes golf venueBILOXI, Miss. — A baseball park in Mississippi has been re-purposed as a small golf course during the COVID-19 outbreak.

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Latest Mississippi news, sports, business and entertainment at 3:20 a.m. CDTHouse Speaker Philip Gunn says he has tested positive for the coronavirus. Gunn said in a video posted Sunday to Facebook that he got tested because he had been in close proximity to another member of the house who tested positive.

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Here is the latest Mississippi news from The Associated Press at 1:40 a.m. CDTHouse Speaker Philip Gunn says he has tested positive for the coronavirus. Gunn said in a video posted Sunday to Facebook that he got tested because he had been in close proximity to another member of the house who tested positive.

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Wear a mask? Many Mississippi lawmakers and other public officials are skipping themAs COVID-19 cases soared in recent days, lawmakers packed into small rooms without them and Gov.

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Mississippi could drop Jim Crow-era statewide voting processMississippi just ditched its Confederate-themed state flag. Later this year, the state's voters will decide whether to dump a statewide election process that dates to the Jim Crow era.

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Brookhaven mayor contracts coronavirusThe City of Brookhaven's mayor announced Sunday that he has tested positive for the COVID-19 coronavirus.

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Mississippi couple missing for days found dead inside their carA Vicksburg couple missing since Tuesday has been found. Shortly before 4:30 p.m. Sunday, an investigator with the Vicksburg Police Department spotted the car of a Vicksburg couple missing since Tuesday on U.S. 61 North between Oak Ridge Road and Keys Iron and Metal.

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Mississippi House speaker Philip Gunn tests positive for COVID-19Mississippi House Speaker Philip Gunn said Sunday night that he tested positive for the novel coronavirus, after he came in contact with a person, who had tested positive.

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Mississippi man arrested for threats against supervisor after posting 'these N*****s are fixing to get shot'A Warren County man has been arrested and charged with making terroristic threats over the internet involving comments he made that appeared to threaten the life of a Warren County supervisor.

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Mississippi House speaker Phillip Gunn said he now has coronavirusHouse Speaker Philip Gunn said Sunday that he had tested positive for the coronavirus as state health officials reported more than 200 new infections and five deaths linked to the pandemic.

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Mississippi Gov. Reeves: Protests to blame for spike in COVID-19 casesTate Reeves on Sunday blamed protesters for the "uptick" in coronavirus cases in the state and the "liberal media" for citing "family BBQ's on Memorial Day" instead.

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Masks for all in Mississippi casinosWith the Covid-9 infection rate continuing to climb in many US states, Mississippi has now ordered everyone - employees and guests - to wear face masks when in a casino.

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Mississippi house speaker tests positive for COVID-19Mississippi House Speaker Philip Gunn said on Sunday that he has tested positive for the coronavirus, as he contracted the infection from a person who had tested positive earlier, Xinhua reported.

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House Speaker, lawmakers test positive for the coronavirusHouse Speaker Philip Gunn confirmed he is the latest member of the Mississippi Legislature to contract COVID-19.

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Instant Pot Green Beans, Potatoes and AndouilleInstant Pot Green Beans, Potatoes and Andouille from Deep South Dish website. Fresh green beans, trimmed and snapped and layered in with salt pork, onion, sliced smoked andouille sausage, plenty of freshly cracked black pepper and pork or chicken base or stock, cooked in the Instant Pot.

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US' Mississippi Speaker Philip Gunn tests positive for coronavirusGunn, a Republican, said in a video posted Sunday to Facebook that he got tested because he had been in close proximity to another member of the House who tested positive.

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Man dies in suspected drowning accident on Mississippi River near SanduskyThe Lee County Iowa Sheriff's Office said a 24-year-old man died Saturday in a 'suspected drowning' on the Mississippi River.

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Possible COVID-19 outbreak among Mississippi lawmakersMississippi House Speaker Philip Gunn says a number of Mississippi lawmakers have been exposed to COVID-19.

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Mississippi law enforcement searches for escaped prisonerA photo provided by the Mississippi Department of Corrections shows Arthur Lestrick, 40. Law enforcement officials are looking for Lestrick, who went missing from the Mississippi State Penitentiary at Parchman.

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The United States of Sarah Land…This shopping center was pretty new, opening between 1987 and 1989. All of the buildings built closer to the road wouldn't be there for a few years.

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Donnellson man's body recovered from Mississippi RiverOn Saturday, the Lee County Sheriff’s Office was called to assist with locating a missing person named Devyn Michael Broeker, age 24 of Donnellson, Iowa.

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Lee County man drowns in Mississippi RiverA Donnellson, Iowa, man drowned Saturday while riding on a pull behind flotation device on the Mississippi River.

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Mississippi coronavirus climb takes holiday break as new cases hit two-week lowThe rapid rise in reported new COVID-19 coronavirus cases took a pause Sunday, perhaps tied to delayed reporting over the Fourth of July holiday, as the state reported the lowest number of new cases since mid-June.

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226 new COVID-19 cases, 5 new deaths reported Sunday in Mississippi26 of them are in Harrison County.

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'Cattle Haul' by Jesmyn WardCattle Haul by Jesmyn Ward, 2008 The magic trick: An on-the-road story that bounces back and forth between the highway and a trucker's thoughts of life at home I'm a fervent believer that short stories can save the world.

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Man catches 112-pound catfish in Mississippi RiverST. LOUIS - A Missouri fisherman reeled in the catch of a lifetime - a 112-pound monster catfish.

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Mississippi Election Commissioner Complains About Black VotersAn election commissioner in Mississippi claims her intent wasn't to be racist despite posting on Facebook that she was concerned because "the Blacks" are having lots of voter registration events.

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Convicted murderer escapes from state prison, manhunt underwayA convicted murderer has escaped from the Mississippi State Penitentiary at Parchman, corrections officials reported early Sunday.

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Mississippi humor coming to a highway sign near you next monthStarting in early August, people driving on Mississippi's interstates will see new, quirky slogans appearing on digital message signs.

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Mississippi house speaker tests positive for coronavirusHouse Speaker Philip Gunn said Sunday that he had tested positive for the coronavirus as state health officials reported more than 200 new infections and five deaths linked to the pandemic.

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The Latest: WVirginia sees biggest 2-day jump in virus casesCHARLESTON, W.Va. — West Virginia has experienced its biggest two-day jump in confirmed...

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Analysis: Ex Rep. Henry set path to Mississippi flag changeMomentum built rapidly in the past month for Mississippi to decommission the last state flag in the U.S. with the Confederate battle emblem.

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Mississippi highway slogans: MDOT names winnersRemember Cousin Eddie? Latest winners in MDOT interstate sign contest revealed.

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House Speaker Philip Gunn latest Mississippi lawmaker to confirm positive COVID-19 testThe state Health Department said over the weekend that the agency is aware of several who are ill and positive cases among House members.

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The Mississippi Arts HourMelody Moody Thortis talks with Carol Roark, a landscape painter and director of the Charleston Arts and Revitalization Effort in Charleston, Mississippi.

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Listen as Mississippi trumpeter commemorates Fourth of July with beautiful musicThe smooth notes of the National Anthem emerged from the trumpet, circled the rotunda of the Illinois Monument and flowed out across the Vicksburg National Military Park.

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Mississippi man amazingly uninjured as house collapsesA combination of recent rains and loess soil might have been the dangerous combination that led to a Vicksburg house collapsing Saturday afternoon.

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FPC Live VideoPowered by Skyrocket Radio. Licensed by the Mississippi Association of Broadcasters. Weather information provided by Dark Sky.

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Here is the latest Mississippi news from The Associated Press at 7:40 a.m. CDTFrom Mississippi retiring its state flag to local governments removing Confederate statues, a bipartisan push across the South is chipping away at reminders of the Civil War and segregation.

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Select beaches and recreation areas reopen at Mississippi lakes beginning MondayThe U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Vicksburg District will reopen select beaches and recreation areas at its Mississippi lakes - Arkabutla Lake, Sardis Lake, Enid Lake, and Grenada Lake - and incorporate preventative health measures beginning Monday, July 6th.

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Opinion: Mississippi flag vote is first of many changes needed in stateThe time was now - Mississippi lawmakers did the right thing to vote to change our state flag.

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Junior Auxiliary of Kosciusko accepting applications for Rose Dorchuck scholarshipRose was a life member of Junior Auxiliary and was involved at the local level in Kosciusko as well as the national level for many years.

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How the Mississippi State strength coach prepares football players to 'get your mind right and attack'During the first team meeting as Mississippi State's strength and conditioning coach, Brown laid out his plan to transform the Bulldogs into players fit for football coach Mike Leach and his systems.

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Today in history: July 5Today is Sunday, July 5, the 187th day of 2020. There are 179 days left in the year.

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Mississippi's racist state flag has finally come down. Now the real work beginsThere's no time for self-congratulation. We must keep working to root out white supremacy across this state and this nation.

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Gov. Tate Reeves put himself in a no-win political position during state flag debateThe flag debate that culminated with the Legislature voting to replace the flag was a situation Reeves most likely never saw coming until it was on top of him like a ton of bricks.

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Here is the latest Mississippi news from The Associated Press at 3:40 a.m. CDTA Mississippi police officer has died of coronavirus. WJTV reports Sgt. Kelvin Mixon was on the police force in Edwards for more than 20 years.

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First flag, now elections: Mississippi could drop Jim Crow-era statewide voting processFacing pressure from a lawsuit and possible action from a federal judge, legislators are putting a constitutional amendment on the ballot in November.

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Mississippi supervisor calls out racist commenter who threatened 'N*****s are fixing to get shot'A Mississippi county supervisor called out a racist threat she says was made against her recently in a comment on Facebook.

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Fourth of July Fireworks light up Mississippi River night skyA video and photos of some highlights from Saturday night's fireworks over the Mississippi River.

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Search underway for man thrown from boat in Mississippi River near Claiborne CountyA search continued Saturday for a Mississippi man believed to have drowned in the Mississippi River when he was ejected from a boat on Friday.

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Mississippi Armed Forces Museum ReopensThe Mississippi Armed Forces Museum reopened Saturday just in time for the Fourth of July holiday.

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One dead, 3 wounded in shooting at Mississippi sports barThe sheriff's office shared images of the suspect on social media, seeking help to identify the man, who it said is still at large.

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Mississippi boy scouts find wildlife, fun on river in OzarksBefore Tropical Storm Cristobal rolled through, seven Boy Scouts from Troops 124 and 124-G headed north on I-55 toward Missouri's Current River in the Ozarks.

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Mississippi supervisor calls out racist commenter who threatened 'N*****s are fixing to get shot'A Mississippi county supervisor called out a racist threat she says was made against her recently in a comment on Facebook.

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Search continues for man's body after boating accident in the Mississippi RiverAccording to the Vicksburg Daily News, agents were called after a boating accident Friday around 6 p.m.

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State Games of Mississippi baseball rosters have plenty of area talentBaseball also goes on for the annual State Games of Mississippi in Meridian and several players from the area are taking part once again.

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Trip to Biloxi, Mississippi and southern AmericaThe last stop was the state capital of Mississippi in downtown Jackson. Unfortunately, it was closed when we stopped there.

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Mississippi residents to vote on Jim Crow-era provision meant to dilute Black voting powerMississippi residents are set to vote later this year on striking Jim Crow-era provisions that were meant to dilute Black voting power, the.

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Police seek help locating suspect in Mississippi sports bar murderPolice are seeking the public's help to locate a suspect accused of an early morning shooting at a Mississippi sports bar that left one person dead and three more injured.

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Mississippi coronavirus case shoot higher, breaking more recordsAs America celebrated Independence Day Saturday, Mississippi's COVID-19 coronavirus cases continued to soar, breaking new records for the average number of new cases over the last two weeks.

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July 4th: COVID-19 Cases Top 30,000, Average at Record 683 Per DayThe total number of COVID-19 cases in Mississippi passed 30,000 on Friday, with that day's total at a near-record 990 of reported newly infected Mississippians.

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Viking now booking 2023 Mississippi River cruisesViking has sold out many of its inaugural Mississippi River cruises set to start in August 2022.

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Mission Mississippi offers prayers, walk for unityNATCHEZ — Approximately 50 people gathered on the steps of the Adams County Courthouse at 8:30 a.m.

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Photo gallery: Confederate statue protest by Rory DoyleView photos of demonstrators gathered in Cleveland on July 3, 2020, to protest the Confederate statue outside the Bolivar County Courthouse.

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Mississippi bans abortion on sex, race, genetic disability"Starting now, unborn babies in Mississippi cannot be targeted for abortion based on their sex, race, or potential disability, such as Down syndrome," said Susan B. Anthony List State Policy Director Sue Liebel in a statement provided to CNA.

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America celebrates Independence Day in land of confusionIt was the worst of times. It was the weirdest of times. It was a season of sickness and shouting, of defiance and tension, of industrial-strength falsehood and spin.

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ESPN, Rivals say he's the top football player in Mississippi. And he's committed to OregonSouthaven High wide receiver Isaiah Brevard has committed to the University of Oregon.

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AMR wants you to stay safe this 4th of JulyAs you celebrate our nation's independence today, make sure that you're doing so safely. With that in mind, AMR Mississippi has provided the following tips to help you have a safe and happy 4th of July.

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