Reeves earns McDaniel endorsement

 

WJTV – Chris McDaniel endorses Tate Reeves

Waller distances himself from President Trump

 

Waller releases ad featuring Foster

 

WLOX – State test scores for 2018-2019 school year released by Mississippi Dept. of Education

State test scores for 2018-2019 school year released by Mississippi Dept. of EducationTests scores for students across the state of Mississippi show that achievement in English Language Arts has reached an all-time high. The Mississippi Department of Education released the results Thursday from the 2018-2019 Mississippi Academic Assessment Program, which are the required English and math standardized tests taken by students from third grade up through high school.

Out of the 16 school districts in South Mississippi, Long Beach had the highest third grade testing scores in both ELA and math with over 70 percent of students performing at a proficient or advanced level in each test. Students first take the MAAP test in third grade.

WJTV – Beto O’Rourke tom campaign in Mississippi

Democrat Yates releases ad versus Republican Denny in MS House District 64 race

 

WJTV – U.S. Attorney responds to CPS criticism over raids

Wicker launches fourth annual book donation program

 

NEWSMS – PSC votes to not allow utilities to charge customers for private or corporate jet expenses

Last week, the Mississippi Public Service Commission voted unanimously to no longer allow utility companies to charge customers for expenses related to private or corporate jets.



Northern District Public Service Commissioner Brandon Presley stated that these expenses should not be the responsibility of customers.

“It’s a shame and a disgrace that utility companies would charge their customers for private, corporate jets and all the costs of operating them. I refuse to allow the customers to fund their luxurious lifestyles. If they want a corporate jet, they can pay for it themselves out of their own pockets,” said Commissioner Presley.

First female Marine to pilot F-35 jet trained in Mississippi

 

EPA announces $3.2 million for water quality cooperative agreements in Mississippi