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City of Jackson’s mask mandate unaffected by Gov. Reeves' latest executive order

  COVID-19 in Mississippi: 98,190 cases, 2,969 deaths reported by health dept.

  Miss. statewide mask mandate set to expire Wednesday

Piney Woods School raising money to help students afford enrollment

Prison supervisor arrested for attempting to smuggle contraband into Greene Co. Jail

  Wish comes true for Richland teen battling cancer

Vicksburg man arrested, accused of shooting grandmother with shotgun

Ex-Child Protection Services employee charged with sex crimes against children

Miss. receives $22.7M to repair storm-damaged federal roadways

  WATCH: Stranded dog rescued from bridge over the Mississippi River

DOJ announces $6M grant, implements Operation Pheonecia to halt domestic violence in Miss.

Over 7,000 without power in South Mississippi

  Mississippi officials give latest on Hurricane Sally

  State of Emergency declared as Tropical Storm Sally approaches Miss. coast

  Mississippi ranks #2 for most improved education, report finds

Local attorney donates teddy bears to Blair E. Batson

  Gov. Reeves gives COVID-19 update after no deaths reported Tuesday

Infant in Meridian dies after being shot in the head, coroner says

Teen found safe after going missing from Greene County

Car erupts into flames after crash with 18-wheeler

  ‘In God We Trust’ flag selected by Mississippi commission to appear on November ballot

Miss. company donates football tractor-trailers to several universities

  Emmett Till’s family continues to call for justice 65 years after his murder

  65th anniversary of Emmett Till’s murder

The Great River Flag holds narrow lead over The New Magnolia in latest MDAH poll

Mississippi to receive $1.2M in Honda settlement

  Dr. Dobbs: ‘If you lose your sense of taste or smell, you have coronavirus’

  Hurricane shelters open across state despite COVID concerns

Mississippi Power to activate storm center as Marco approaches

Unemployed Mississippians can receive $300 a week through Lost Wages Assistance program