‘The funding just isn’t there’: Yazoo health department reopens two days a week
The Yazoo County Health Department will reopen next week after nearly nine months of renovations.
On this day in 1967
On this day in 1967, Aretha Franklin, the “Queen of Soul,” hits No. 1 on the Billboard singles chart with the song, “Respect.”
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Reeves campaign says it still plans to give away donations tied to welfare scandal
The Tate Reeves campaign says the governor still intends to give away political contributions he received from those involved in the state’s welfare scandal.
Federal lawsuit alleges ‘reckless indifference’ in officer shooting of 11-year-old
The family of an 11-year-old shot by an Indianola police officer has filed a $5 million lawsuit against the city of Indianola, the police chief and Officer Greg Capers.
Judge puts Democratic candidate back on gubernatorial ballot
A judge has ruled the Mississippi Democratic Party improperly disqualified Bob Hickingbottom from this year’s gubernatorial primary ballot. The party is appealing to the state Supreme Court.
FAQ: The 2023 lieutenant governor’s race
Mississippi Today’s Adam Ganucheau, Geoff Pender, Bobby Harrison and Taylor Vance break down frequently asked questions about the 2023 lieutenant governor’s race.
Elim’s Art Concepts and Decorative Designs
At Elim’s Art Concepts and Decorative Designs, owner Harold Hart offers expertise in framing and restoration.
Touching all bases: On Ferriss award, Furr, and brushes with Tom Watson
Thoughts on the state’s most outstanding college baseball player, Jackson native Wilson Furr, and Tom Watson.
Mississippians plead their case to Corps over Jackson flooding, One Lake
One Lake project dominates public meetings Wednesday about flood control options in Jackson, Mississippi.
Three ex-JPD officers indicted related to in-custody death
Three former Jackson police officers are facing murder charges in the death of a man who died in their custody last year.
MT Listens: How we’re continuing our work to amplify diverse voices in Mississippi
Mississippi Today is launching MT Listens, a community listening project, to double down on our commitment to uplift diverse voices.Learn More