Wednesday, August 12, 2020

Liquor stores report more shortages from the state

As Mississippi marks the 54th anniversary of legal liquor sales in the state, the state run liquor warehouse is still not able to meet...

Mayor: City-MSDH Data Sharing Will Yield Better COVID-19 Pandemic Response

A COVID-19 data-sharing agreement between the Mississippi State Department of Health and the City of Jackson will give a clearer picture of coronavirus spread...

Diamondhead Man Sentenced to Over 14 Years in Prison for Possessing...

Gulfport, Mississippi. – Taryn Goin Naidoo, 41, of Diamondhead, Mississippi, was sentenced yesterday by Senior U.S. District Judge Louis Guirola, Jr., on three separate...

Managers, Supervisors, and Human Resource Personnel Indicted for Immigration Crimes...

Jackson, Miss. – U.S. Attorney Mike Hurst, joined by Acting Director of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Matt Albence, ICE’s Homeland Security Investigations (HSI)...

Gov. Tate Reeves says GOP lawmakers are suing him because he...

Eric J. Shelton/Mississippi Today, Report For AmericaGOP gubernatorial candidate Tate Reeves speaks to media after voting at Liberty Baptist Church during the GOP runoff...

House will sue Gov. Reeves over vetoes, setting up another clash...

Eric J. Shelton/Mississippi TodayMississippi House speaker Philip Gunn, center, and Lt. Gov. Delbert Hosemann, right, talk after Gov. Tate Reeves press conference at the...

Moving Jackson Forward: Opposing Visions of a People’s Assembly

Greg Griffin, a 42-year-old finance worker based in Jackson, was happy to participate in the Real People's Assembly's effort to bring respite to Jesse...

State Auditor Releases CARES Act Audit Plan

JACKSON, Miss. – State Auditor Shad White has released his plan to audit over $1.25 billion sent to Mississippi as part of the CARES Act, the...

As School Looms, Confusion Reigns

Erica Lowell waits for her students to return, and her anxiety waits with her. She is a public-school teacher in Rankin County, speaking to...

Trying to survive at 50 percent

“The government shutdown pretty much devastated my business. Today, my business is in financial jeopardy.” Edward Ferrell and his wife Kristi own Little Yazoo...