Video - WLOX.com - The News for South Mississippi

  • WLOX EditorialsMore>>

  • WLOX Editorial: BP settlement money belongs in South Mississippi

    WLOX Editorial: BP settlement money belongs in South Mississippi

    Wednesday, February 14 2018 11:43 AM EST2018-02-14 16:43:58 GMT

    Here's the latest on the money coming to the state of Mississippi from BP because of the oil disaster. It's the same as before. People who don't live anywhere near the coast want a chunk of the money.  

    More >>

    Here's the latest on the money coming to the state of Mississippi from BP because of the oil disaster. It's the same as before. People who don't live anywhere near the coast want a chunk of the money.  

    More >>
  • WLOX Editorial: Beachfront properties symbolize our region

    WLOX Editorial: Beachfront properties symbolize our region

    Thursday, February 15 2018 2:35 PM EST2018-02-15 19:35:19 GMT

    More than a dozen years after Hurricane Katrina devastated the Mississippi coastline, there are still plenty of empty lots where homes once stood. But it is good to see recent new home construction along the coast.

    More >>

    More than a dozen years after Hurricane Katrina devastated the Mississippi coastline, there are still plenty of empty lots where homes once stood. But it is good to see recent new home construction along the coast.

    More >>
  • WLOX Editorial: State Legislators need to watch their revenue estimates

    WLOX Editorial: State Legislators need to watch their revenue estimates

    Wednesday, February 7 2018 5:06 PM EST2018-02-07 22:06:12 GMT

    It seems that about this time of year, we often hear that the state of Mississippi isn't collecting enough tax dollars to pay all the bills it committed to pay. But this year that is not the case. It looks like a more conservative estimate on tax collections led to proper planning on spending. 

    More >>

    It seems that about this time of year, we often hear that the state of Mississippi isn't collecting enough tax dollars to pay all the bills it committed to pay. But this year that is not the case. It looks like a more conservative estimate on tax collections led to proper planning on spending. 

    More >>
Powered by Frankly