News This Week

  Former Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott reflects on Biden inauguration, Capitol violence - Part 2

Former Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott joins us with his thoughts on the inauguration, the Capitol protests, and more.

  Fmr Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott reflects on Biden inauguration, Capitol violence - Part 1

Former Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott joins us with his thoughts on the inauguration, the Capitol protests, and more.

  COVID-19 vaccine and drug treatment update with clinical pharmacist Chris Ayers

Joining us now is the man in charge of Singing River Health System's vaccines and also COVID-19 drug treatments, lead clinical pharmacist Chris Ayers.

  Analyzing President Trump's historic second impeachment

Here with his insight on what's next after President Trump's second impeachment is Election Impact Group's Howie Morgan.

  Reflecting on this week's chaos at the U.S. Capitol

Here to reflect on this week's chaos at the U.S. Capitol is Y'all Politics Managing Editor Frank Corder.

  Dr. Randy Roth on the push to vaccinate our community from COVID-19

Singing River Health System Chief Medical Officer Dr. Randy Roth joins us to discuss the monumental effort to vaccinate our community.

  Look Ahead: Saints take on the Bears this Sunday

The New Orleans Saints and Chicago Bears go head to head in the NFL playoffs this weekend. Joining us with his insight is WLOX Sportscaster Michael Dugan.

  South Mississippi's gaming industry looks ahead to 2021

Scott King, Vice President of Golden Nugget, joins us to look ahead to what the coast gaming industry expects in 2021.

  How schools have learned from 2020's COVID-19 challenges

The COVID-19 pandemic forced Mississippi school districts to make major adjustments this last year. Gulfport Schools Superintendent Glen East looks back.

  2021 Mississippi Legislative preview with Sen. Scott Delano

Tuesday, lawmakers from around the state will arrive at the capital to begin the new legislative session. State Senator Scott Delano joins us to look ahead.

  Dr. Jesse Penico talks about Christmas amid a COVID-19 surge

Memorial Hospital Infectious Disease Specialist Dr. Jesse Penico joins us to talk about COVID-19 and Christmas, and what we may be facing after the holidays.

  Ashley Edwards on overcoming 2020 challenges for coast businesses

President of the Gulf Coast Business Council Ashley Edwards joins us to talk about the unprecedented challenges Coast businesses have faced in 2020.

  Biloxi Mayor FoFo Gilich talks economic development, Mardi Gras 2021 plans

As we move into 2021, Biloxi has several major projects in the pipeline, including two potential casino and entertainment proposals totaling $1.8 billion.

  Analyzing the economic toll of the pandemic

Joining us with her insight on the pandemic's impact on businesses is Mississippi Gulf Coast Chamber of Commerce Chief Executive Officer Adele Lyons.

  Mississippi electors cast ballots for President Trump

Here to talk about the Electoral College process is one of our state's electors, and Mississippi GOP Party Chairman Frank Bordeaux.

  The fight against COVID-19 changes with arrival of vaccines

Vaccines began arriving in our community this week, changing the battle against COVID-19.

  10,000 restaurants projected to close before year's end

The National Restaurant Association projects more than 10,000 restaurants could shut down for good in the next three weeks.

  Schools, state testing impacted by surge in COVID-19 cases

Joining us to talk about learning during COVID-19 is Jackson County Schools Superintendent Dr. John Strycker.

  Dr. Jesse Penico reflects on the dramatic post-Thanksgiving rise in COVID-19 cases

Mississippi saw thousands of new COVID-19 cases this week. Here to talk about the rise is Memorial Hospital Infectious Disease Specialist Dr. Jesse Penico.

  COVID-19 cases reach new high in Mississippi this week

Mississippi is seeing more new COVID-19 cases than ever before. Joining us is Singing River Health System Chief Medical Officer Dr. Randy Roth.

  Harrison County EMA Director Rupert Lacy retires

Since 2007, Rupert Lacy has helped Harrison County through hurricane seasons and other natural disasters as EMA Director. He officially retired this week.

  Senator Joel Carter looks ahead to 2021 budget negotiations

State lawmakers are heading back to Jackson in January and the state budget is at the top of their agenda. State Senator Joel Carter is here to look ahead.

  A conversation with Gov. Tate Reeves - Part 1

Governor Tate Reeves talks about his 2021 budget recommendation, the fight against COVID-19, and the recent election.

  A conversation with Gov. Tate Reeves - Part 3

Governor Tate Reeves talks about his 2021 budget recommendation, the fight against COVID-19, and the recent election.

  A conversation with Gov. Tate Reeves - Part 2

Governor Tate Reeves talks about his 2021 budget recommendation, the fight against COVID-19, and the recent election.

  Election Day preview with Howie Morgan from Election Impact Group

Our country is as divided as ever as we're now just three days away from the 2020 presidential election. Howie Morgan from Election Impact Group joins us.

  Mississippi Aquarium CEO Kurt Allen reflects on first two months

The Mississippi Aquarium opened in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic, has dealt with several hurricane threats, and now Hurricane Zeta.

  Meteorologist Eric Jeansonne looks back on Hurricane Zeta

Hurricane Zeta caused plenty of wind damage and storm surge produced heavy damage on the coast. Here to analyze the storm is Meteorologist Eric Jeansonne.

  Countdown to Election Day with Frank Corder from Y'all Politics

We're counting down to the November 3rd general election. Here with his insight is Y'all Politics Managing Editor Frank Corder.

  Top 15 Gulf Coast Restoration Fund projects move forward

This week, the Gulf Coast Restoration Fund Advisory Board took another step forward in vetting projects for the second round of BP settlement money.