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  • Feral kittens becoming problematic for shelter

    Feral kittens becoming problematic for shelter

    This time of year, its common to find stray or feral kittens in your yard. 
        Quite often your instinct might be to help them, but are you hurting more than helping by interfering?
        Bess Casserleigh has the story.

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    This time of year, its common to find stray or feral kittens in your yard. 
        Quite often your instinct might be to help them, but are you hurting more than helping by interfering?
        Bess Casserleigh has the story.

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  • Hurley UMC celebrates 100 years

    Hurley UMC celebrates 100 years

    One Jackson County Church celebrating a century of praise and worship.
        While members reflected on the history of the community staple, the younger generation focused on how to move the church forward
        Janel Forte has the story, 

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    One Jackson County Church celebrating a century of praise and worship.
        While members reflected on the history of the community staple, the younger generation focused on how to move the church forward
        Janel Forte has the story, 

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  • Hancock Co. residents positive, despite flooding

    Hancock Co. residents positive, despite flooding

    Heavy storms caused havoc all through South Mississippi on Sunday, with Hancock County on the front lines.

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    Heavy storms caused havoc all through South Mississippi on Sunday, with Hancock County on the front lines.

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  • WLOX Editorial: Judges should always be fair and impartial

    WLOX Editorial: Judges should always be fair and impartial

    Wednesday, April 26 2017 3:55 PM EDT2017-04-26 19:55:47 GMT

    A North Mississippi judge was publicly reprimanded for improperly intervening in favor of a landlord against a tenant. We agree with the Mississippi Supreme Court's action. The high court said the County Justice Court Judge improperly advised the landlord to increase the amount she sought from about $500 to seven times that amount, $3,500.  

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    A North Mississippi judge was publicly reprimanded for improperly intervening in favor of a landlord against a tenant. We agree with the Mississippi Supreme Court's action. The high court said the County Justice Court Judge improperly advised the landlord to increase the amount she sought from about $500 to seven times that amount, $3,500.  

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  • WLOX Editorial: MS Department of Education needs checks and balances

    WLOX Editorial: MS Department of Education needs checks and balances

    Thursday, April 27 2017 6:04 AM EDT2017-04-27 10:04:06 GMT

    We recently learned that the Mississippi Department of Education misspent tens of millions of dollars.The department had to cut after school grants to repay federal money that was spent on programs for which they were not approved. Audits revealed the problem. 

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    We recently learned that the Mississippi Department of Education misspent tens of millions of dollars.The department had to cut after school grants to repay federal money that was spent on programs for which they were not approved. Audits revealed the problem. 

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  • WLOX Editorial: New seat belt law will help save lives

    WLOX Editorial: New seat belt law will help save lives

    Wednesday, April 19 2017 4:20 PM EDT2017-04-19 20:20:53 GMT

    For 50 years, the number of deaths on America's roads was trending downward. Now in the past couple of years that trend has reversed. Last year 40,000 people died on the roads. 4.6 million survived, but were seriously injured.

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    For 50 years, the number of deaths on America's roads was trending downward. Now in the past couple of years that trend has reversed. Last year 40,000 people died on the roads. 4.6 million survived, but were seriously injured.

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