Discussion on the pros and cons of the poorest state taking federal dollars.
August 29, 2016
Save $$ on healthy foods between 2:15-2:20pm on Tuesdays that rain. Free doughnuts 24/7!
Statewide spending to fix infrastructure ruled by lobbyists who know how to work the system.
Lawyers fight over who is honest enough to rule on a dishonest DA.
August 28, 2016
Olympian brings gold, silver, and bronze to Sand Hill.
Parks Dept put on a car show... needed to promote a bit more.
The old and rich paint to live life to the fullest.
How repaving is actually getting done.
August 27, 2016
Gabriel Austin talks Trump, unmarked graves, and budget review.
100% handmade in Mississippi at Trade Mart this weekend.
Citizens and local leaders voice opinions on mayor's focus.
August 26, 2016
Music and Arts fest today and tomorrow in Clinton.
Deputy Sheriff arrested with 30 Oxycodone pills as nation reels in opioids.
This fall, look out for these little buggers.
August 25, 2016
Momma Kimmie and baby head to Indy, Pumpkin to Houston for facility upgrade.
Zoo leaves Assoc of Zoos and Aquariums amid need for long term changes.
Proposed 403-page budget for city next year includes cuts.
Public event, private fundraiser, and comparisons to Fordice.
August 24, 2016
Republican candidate in town today. Coliseum area to be packed.
The county allocates $2.8M for Jackson roads.
Museum of art collects stories for 2017 Wolfe family exhibition.
Houston credited with veritable resurgence of American oystermen with his nautical wonderland.
August 23, 2016
If you live in this shape on the map, vote today.
GPS & cops chasing criminals also leads to innocents invaded.
Shoutout on the Ricky Smiley Morning Show.
Crowds to shut down streets surrounding the Coliseum.
August 22, 2016
The Gestalt Gardener has advice for your garden and grass.
Investing in Jackson officially has speculative level of risk.
MSU star looks like he'll have a place in the NFL.
Councilman Stokes proposes just harvesting more from the money trees.
August 21, 2016
Champ retired for Jak a year ago... now retires to doggie heaven.
Fly to Memphis or Destin on small plane in new regional service.
Thousands band together to find ways to help our flooded neighbors.
From designer coups to helping people with Alzheimer's, having chickens means more than eggs.
August 20, 2016
Great Sale at the Eudora Welty Library Today & Tomorrow.
Saltine's is Celebrating it's 2 Year Anniversary Sunday.
Ole Miss is Ending Singing of Confederate Anthem.
2 More locations set for Spring 2017.
August 19, 2016
Over 30 Performances on 5 stages at the Jackson Convention Complex Aug 19-20.
A Literary Lawn Party at the State Capital Saturday.
Willie Morris After Party Featuring Thacker Mountain Radio at Hal & Mal's.
Four Food Truck Options Today from 11am-1pm.
August 18, 2016
Incoming freshmen get excited for four years in Jackson.
Ole Miss player going to miss his junior year due to academic ineligibility.
City invites you to a meeting to show off mayor's street-fixing chops.
August 17, 2016
This is not a funeral. Dr. Gray says they're working to fix problems.
Officer ends career by propositioning teenager.
August 16, 2016
Several spots open tonight as group builds traffic to State & Capitol.
Mississippi Commission on School Accreditation meeting today about JPS accreditation.
Sheriff's Dept points out most crime stems from drugs and desperation.
August 15, 2016
Mayor shares 403 page proposed budget for Jackson 2017.
Jackson Academy may be aiming to connect the two parts of their campus.
August 14, 2016
State argues it does as it sees fit. Feds say it's not good enough.
Former Hinds CC track runner takes gold in long jump.
Three state employees fired after mismanaging money that funds after school programs.
Today at 2pm kids age 6-10 collaborative art project at Children's Museum.
August 13, 2016
Bright Lights Belhaven Nights today.
Bryant's appeal for stay on bill rejected.
Little city or residents can do to close business operating legally.
August 12, 2016
State sued by feds for not living up to yet another aspect of ADA.
Misters and more to regulate temperature during the hottest stretch.
"Your life does not get better by chance, it gets better by change."
August 11, 2016
Parents of kids who have benefitted from charter schools speak out.
As more children helped at Batson, more facilities needed.
Consignment store takes over Orange Peel.
August 10, 2016
Finance director to follow Attorney General interpretation rather than let legislature override.
Approval for two new road projects.
Coal plant posts another big loss for Mississippi Power.
August 9, 2016
Did big business step all over the little people?
Councilman adds legal action to tonight's agenda.
Mississippi man sweats in August.
August 8, 2016
Work being done on Billy Brumfield Center for homeless.
Affordable Care Act insurance rates to hit pocketbooks hard.
Group continues music and mission for almost 30 years.
August 7, 2016
Belhaven building new football field in "The Bowl".
Farvrevrer gives longest Hall of Fame induction speech ever.
Aunjanue continues using her platform to rail against flag.
Successful event yesterday with school supplies and health screenings.
August 6, 2016
The Draw A Smile Foundation feeds the homeless on Friday nights.
City's commitment to transparency sometimes shows holes in the ship.
Fliers without threats are allowed even from folks we don't like.
Augmented reality game mixed with DJs at party tonight.
August 5, 2016
A short drive up 49 for a small town feel.
America's pastime for to keep the ole limbs limber.
The summer of '16 too hot for words.
August 4, 2016
Food, art, beer, and city positivity.
Nat'l Assoc of School Superintendents give Gray a big award.
In list of political speeches at Neshoba County Fair, flag notably omitted.
Boil water notices for numerous streets as Dept of Health investigates.
August 3, 2016
Callaway salutatorian says "Do your best and God will take care of the rest".
Bank provides dozens of dollars for zoo tickets to public servants.
The Importance of Being Earnest in Richland.
Mayor says they're working hard, but don't drink the water.
August 2, 2016
Yarber will either increase unity or division.
Neighborhood potluck to say thanks for their service.
Water problem leads to cautionary measure.
August 1, 2016
As invasive Asian carp spreads, alligator gar used to combat.
Southern Living find five things that stand out locally..
Totally immersive 360° fulldome digital cinema experience at planetarium.
Stokes wants something done about old folks getting robbed.