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Bay St. Louis Mayor says federal investigation prompting changes in Police Department

BSL Mayor says update near in federal probes of police department BAY ST. LOUIS, MS (WLOX) - Bay St. Louis Mayor Mike Favre said new...

Unions vote in favor of contract at Ingalls Shipyard in Pascagoula

Ingalls workers vote in favor of new labor contract PASCAGOULA, MS (WLOX) - Ingalls union members voted in favor of a contract extension by “an...

State Sen. Blount (D) wants voting process more convenient to increase voter participation

Lawmaker hopes to increase low voter turnout State Senator David Blount (D) is working on legislation to address low voter turnout and improve voter participation. His...

Mumford wins Hinds County Attorney

Malcolm Harrison and Gerald Mumford respond to results in Hinds County Attorney's Race Gerald Mumford and Malcolm Harrison both responded to the vote in the...

State Rep. Zuber eyes limiting general bills to every other #msleg session

Gulf Coast lawmaker proposes less time to pass general bills Rep. Henry Zuber, R-Ocean Springs, said he intends to introduce legislation during the 2018 session...

Oktibbeha County’s Chancery Clerk, Circuit Clerk runoff election results

OKTIBBEHA COUNTY RUNOFF ELECTION RESULTS Tony Rook has the lead for Oktibbeha County Circuit clerk with 2,955 votes. His running mate, Teresa Davis has 2,836 votes. For...

@AGJimHood: Third Suit Settled in Epps Scandal

RELEASE Third Suit Settled in Epps Scandal JACKSON—Attorney General Jim Hood announced today that the state of Mississippi has settled its claims with Sentinel Offender Services,...

Recounting anti-Donald Trump statements from Chris McDaniel

Time continues to tick past the end of October timeline that State Senator Chris McDaniel gave his supporters for announcing whether or not he intends to...

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