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Alabama’s AG Tells Schools To Ignore Obama Administration’s Bathroom Directive

Alabama's Attorney General tells Alabama school officials to ignore Obama's directive to let transgender students use the bathroom of the gender they identify with.
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New Zika Cases In Alabama

Victims Had Traveled Abroad
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Mississippi Attorney Says Don’t Block Religious Objections Law

A Mississippi government attorney says there is no reason for the federal government to block the state's religious objections law.
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Guilty Plea In North Alabama Murder

Body Found In Cherokee
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Video: ‘State Of The Region’ Issues Progress Report On Public Education

Keynote speaker urges education reform at the state and local levels.
Neshoba County Circuit Judge Marcus Gordon points to the jury while giving his final insructions to them before recessing for the weekend during the Edgar Ray Killen Civil Right murder trial  in Philadelphia, Miss., on Saturday June 18, 2005. Gordon call each juror by name and asked them to adhere to his instructions before releasing them. Killen is being tried for the June 1964 murders of three civil rights workers James Chaney, Michael Schwerner and Andrew Goodman. (Associated Press/Neshoba Democrat, Kyle Carter, Pool)
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Former Civil Rights Trial Judge Dies At 84

JACKSON, Miss. (WCBI) – The Mississippi judge best known for presiding over the trial of a man accused of killing civil rights workers has died. Former judge Marcus D. Gordon died Thursday in a Jackson hospital. Gordon sentenced Edgar Ray Killen to a maximum of 60 years in prison. Killen was tried in 2005 and […]
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Democrats Want Special Session To Change Mississippi Budget

Democrats want a special session to change the state's budget.
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UPDATE: Video: Columbus Lowe’s Reopens After Bomb Threat

Bomb threat shuts down Lowe's and parts of Military Road in Columbus
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MEMA Says Residents Should Have A Financial Plan In Place For Hurricane Season

PEARL, Miss. (PRESS RELEASE) – On the third day of Hurricane Preparedness Week, the Mississippi Emergency Management Agency wants to remind everyone that it is essential to think about finances as part of your preparedness plan for hurricane season. “After a disaster, it is important to remember that if power is out, things like ATMs […]
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Mississippi’s Early Learning Collaboratives Rated Among Top Five In Nation

Mississippi Early Learning collaborative ranked among top 5 in the nation.