United Furniture Industries received more than $3 million dollars in taxpayer money through business incentive grants since 2009.
COVID-19 IN MISSISSIPPI
New reported cases for: November 29 – December 5
The Mississippi State Department of Health updates case totals each Tuesday based on test results reported from the previous week (Tuesday – Monday). We will update case numbers here as soon as they’re available.
52% of total population fully vaccinated
new cases and 943,402 total cases in Mississippi.
new deaths reported and 13,051 total deaths in Mississippi.
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The eight-member Mississippi Ethics Commission voted 5-3 Friday that the state Legislature is not bound by the state’s open meetings law.
‘Our biggest nightmare just came true’: LGBTQ+ community shocked by surprise release of Ole Miss student charged with murder
Sheldon Timothy Herrington, Jr., the Ole Miss graduate charged with murdering Jimmie “Jay” Lee, was released on a $250,000 bond Thursday.
Federal grand jury indicts two Central Mississippi Correctional Facility employees on a charge of using excessive force against a prisoner.
Tim Elko, who wrote the foreword to “Champions,” will be featured at a book signing Saturday at Lemuria in Jackson.
Should he run McDaniel might not be quite the state GOP outsider he’s been in the past.
Gov. Tate Reeves said most companies in the state that rely on railways have contingency plans in place should there be an extensive strike.
Ole Miss freshman running back Quinshon Judkins won the C Spire Conerly Trophy and many Jackson State fans – and some media – are calling it a travesty.
Embattled prosecutor Doug Evans lost his bid to become a circuit court judge.
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