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Woman who shot deer in 2018, now bags 2 in 1 shot at age...

The woman says she got the two-in-one after missing four deer this season.

Massive layoffs at Canton Nissan plant

6,400 employees and contracts work at the Canton assembly plant.

MS House of Representatives passes Mississippi Broadband Enabling Act

Speaker Phillip Gunn goes on to say the bill is designed to protect the rate payer and provide transparency.

Electric co-op high-speed internet bill moves forward

The Nettleton Democrat pushed the measure that would allow electric co-ops in the state the opportunity to get in the high-speed internet business.

Cabbage earns Mississippi teen scholarship

The average cabbage weighs between two and five pounds. Rayne’s cabbage weighs in at a whopping 23 pounds.

Mississippi mayors attend Municipal Government Week

During Monday's meeting, topics like infrastructure and unfunded state mandates to local budgets were discussed during the meeting.

Pastor shot to death while unlocking Mississippi church

The state's governor, Phil Bryant, says on Twitter that he will join Jackson leaders "to stop this violence together or I will do so as Governor on my own."

Lynn Fitch announces run for state attorney general

Fitch began her law career as a Special Assistant Attorney General with the A.G.'s office.

MDOT helps to monitor infectious deer disease

MDOT is working with the Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks.

Sarah Thomas will be first female to officiate NFL playoff game

Thomas will serve as a down judge for the AFC divisional playoff game between the New England Patriots and the Los Angeles Chargers.

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