News This Week

  Moss Point Mayoral Candidate Jeramey Anderson (D)

The Democratic Primary runoff for mayor in Moss Point is April 27th. The winner will face Republican Richard McBridge and Independent Howard Bailey in June.

  Moss Point Mayoral Candidate Billy Knight (D)

The Democratic Primary runoff for mayor in Moss Point is April 27th. The winner will face Republican Richard McBridge and Independent Howard Bailey in June.

  Former Gulfport police chief on policing in America

Joining us with his insight on policing in America is former Gulfport Police Chief Leonard Papania.

  Vaccination discussion with Dr. Ross McKinney, AAMC Chief Scientific Officer

Here to talk about the three COVID-19 vaccines currently available is Dr. Ross McKinney, Chief Scientific Officer for the Assoc. of American Medical Colleges.

  Ocean Springs Mayoral Candidate Kenny Holloway (R)

The GOP Primary runoff for mayor in Ocean Springs is April 27th. The winner faces no opposition in the general election.

  Ocean Springs Mayoral Candidate Melanie Allen (R)

The GOP Primary runoff for mayor in Ocean Springs is April 27th. The winner faces no opposition in the general election.

  WATCH: SOS Watson under fire for voter registration comments made on WLOX

Mississippi Secretary of State Michael Watson's recent appearance on WLOX News This Week is now making national headlines.

  DPS Commissioner Sean Tindell details upcoming changes thanks to legislative funding

The Mississippi Department of Public Safety had a very successful 2021 Legislative Session. Commissioner Sean Tindell outlines highlights of the omnibus bill.

  Senator Roger Wicker talks about building the Navy, vaccinations, and election reform

U.S. Senator Roger Wicker joins us to talk about his push to grow America's Naval fleet, COVID-19 vaccinations, and election reform.

  Senator Roger Wicker talks about COVID relief and the border crisis

U.S. Senator Roger Wicker joins us to talk about the border crisis and COVID-19 relief funds.

  Sec. of State Michael Watson on election reform efforts

Here to talk about moves to reform election laws is Mississippi Secretary of State Michael Watson.

  More mass shootings reignites gun control debate

Two more mass shootings in recent weeks have sparked talk of gun control. Joining us with his insight is criminologist Tom Payne.

  2021 Mississippi Legislative Session almost finished

The Mississippi Legislature is in its final days of this session. State Senator Brice Wiggins joins us for a look at what's passed and what's still in motion.

  DMR's Joe Spraggins talks about financial aid coming to Mississippi's seafood industry

Those in Mississippi's seafood industry still reeling from the 2019 openings of the Bonnet Carre Spillway will soon have access to $21 million in federal aid.

  Friday's COVID-19 conversation with Clinical Pharmacist Chris Ayers

Joining us now for the latest on the charge to vaccinate as many people as possible is Singing River Health System's Lead Clinical Pharmacist Chris Ayers.

  Brees Retires: Saying goodbye to a legend

Quarterback Drew Brees is retiring after 15 years leading the New Orleans Saints. So what's next for Brees, and the team?

  Gov. Tate Reeves on a year of COVID-19 in Mississippi

  State Auditor Shad White on the health of Mississippi's Public Employees' Retirement System

Mississippi's PERS, or Public Employees' Retirement System, operates well in some areas when compared to pensions in other states, but could be improved.

  House Speaker Philip Gunn on Mississippi's Tax Freedom Act

Mississippi Speaker of the House Philip Gunn is here to talk about the Tax Freedom Act, which passed the House this week and is now in the hands of the Senate.

  Dr. John Strycker on Jackson County School District's proposed bond

May 18th voters will head to the polls in Jackson County to decide on a $67 million school bond issue.

  Ocean Springs Mayor Shea Dobson on his decision to leave political life

With municipal elections gearing up in April, some mayors have chosen not to run for re-election. One is Ocean Springs Mayor Shea Dobson who joins us now.

  PSC Chairman Dane Maxwell on American power grids and the Winter freeze

Joining us to talk about the state of power grids in America is Mississippi Public Service Commission Chairman Dane Maxwell.

  Dr. Jesse Penico discusses COVID-19 vaccines, Mississippi cases

Memorial Hospital Infectious Disease Specialist Dr. Jesse Penico talks about the rise in COVID-19 vaccinations and the fall in positive cases.

  MS Speaker of the House Phillip Gunn shares details on the legislative session

Mississippi Speaker of the House Philip Gunn joins us to talk about what state lawmakers are tackling this legislative session.

  Howie Morgan breaks down President Trump's second impeachment trial

Here to talk about the historic second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump is Howie Morgan from Election Impact Group.

  Pascagoula's Sarah Thomas makes NFL history again

Pascagoula native Sarah Thomas made NFL history again this week, becoming the first female to officiate at a Super Bowl.

  Secretary of State Michael Watson on election reform in Mississippi

Mississippi Secretary of State Michael Watson joins us to talk about election reform and other election issues in our state.

  Chiefs vs Buccaneers: Analyzing the 2021 Super Bowl

Joining us to talk about this year's Super Bowl matchup is WLOX Sports Michael Duggan.

  Saving a travel industry hit hard by the pandemic

The pandemic has had a huge impact on the travel industry. But what's being done to save it? Here with his insight is US Travel Assoc. Pres. and CEO Roger Dow.

  Lt. Governor Delbert Hosemann on 2021 Legislative priorities

From teacher pay raises to finding ways to bolster the economy during the pandemic, Mississippi leaders are hard at work. Lt. Gov. Delbert Hosemann has details.