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MS Senator Casts 3rd Congressional District Election Bid

A Mississippi Senator from Brookhaven, announces her bid for the 3rd congressional district race.
2 weeks ago
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Government Building Named After Tupelo Congressman

More than 100 people gathered Thursday in downtown Jackson, to dedicate the Patrick Alan Nunnelee building.
2 weeks ago
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MS House Passes Bill to Help Pay for Roads and Bridges

JACKSON, Miss. (AP)-The Mississippi House is advancing a plan to send millions of state dollars to cities and counties to help pay for roads and bridges. House members voted 118-0 Thursday, to pass House Bill 722 . Although the proposal received bipartisan support, its prospects in the Senate are unclear. The bill would set aside […]
2 weeks ago
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Lawsuit Challenging AL Voter ID Law Dismissed

The lawsuit contends Alabama politicians knew that black and Latino voters "disproportionately lack the required photo ID."
2 weeks ago
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Ackerman Voters Choose New Mayor

New mayor chosen in Ackerman
2 weeks ago
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Mayor Shelton Issues First Veto

Mayor felt request for turn lane would benefit a private entity.
2 weeks ago
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State Flag Removed From Tupelo Police Department

Mayor's order only impacts flags at Tupelo Police Department.
3 weeks ago
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VIDEO: Questions Continue To Linger Concerning Special Election In Aberdeen

January 30th is set to be the day of that special election.
3 weeks ago
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State Flag At Tupelo P.D.

Agreement called for bicentennial banner to fly through 2017, then state flag would be flown again at TPD headquarters.
3 weeks ago
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Outspoken State Lawmaker Reconsidering Retirement

Rep. Steve Holland says he will run again in 2019, if health permits.