Second Republican Presidential candidate debate set for Wednesday night
Seven GOP candidates look to break through in the second presidential forum as frontrunner former President Trump plans to skip the debate, calling it “stupid.”
White wants government to dictate majors to IHL students
Columnist Bill Crawford says State Auditor Shad White is a self-appointed IHL Tzar who wants to take away students’ freedom to choose their majors.
Actor and writer Wyatt Emory Cooper a son of Mississippi
Though Cooper moved to New Orleans as a young child and later graduated from UCLA, he held firm to deep southern roots and instilled much about Mississippi in his young sons.
Gulfport High is preparing the next generation for the workforce
Federal government shutdown looms as October 1 draws near
Why businesses should support a Citizens Police Academy
Tombigbee Fiber brings Wi-Fi to 9 North Mississippi football fields
Universities are actively working to combat brain drain
Embracing Tech-Friendly Policies on Mississippi’s Gulf Coast
Tuberville’s Pentagon Blockade Becomes 2024 Redline on Abortion
For more than six months, Tuberville has placed a blanket hold on the promotions of hundreds of military officers in protest of a new Pentagon policy that reimburses servicemembers for abortion-related expenses.
Relief for Mississippi’s hospitals could happen in 2024 as part of a legislative solution
Columnist Sid Salter looks at Presley’s pledge to expand Medicaid “on Day 1” and possible legislative actions when lawmakers return to the Capitol for the 2024 session.
Officers cleared in Ismael Lopez’s death, saga ends with no accountability
Ismael Lopez was shot and killed in Southaven after police came to his home by mistake in the middle of the night. On Thursday, a jury decided in favor of the officers involved, declining to find them civilly liable for Lopez’s death.
Long Beach Middle’s house system gives students unique life lessons
To make the transition from elementary to secondary easier, a Mississippi school district’s middle school is utilizing a unique system to give students a sense of purpose, community and responsibility.
Mississippi Supreme Court partially affirms, partially rejects lower court ruling in HB 1020 case
While the Court found it to be constitutional for the Chief Justice to appoint temporary judges in Jackson’s CCID, justices said it was unconstitutional to appoint temporary judges to the Hinds County Circuit Court.