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Police Searching for Wanted Laurel Man

February 27, 2015 |

LAUREL, Miss.- The Laurel Police Department Criminal Investigation Division issued two felony warrants for wanted suspect, Elijah Horn. Read More

Trade Icy and Cold for Warmer and Wetter, Mississippi Weather Pattern Changes This Weekend

February 27, 2015 |

JACKSON, Miss.–Mississippi’s normal highs this time of year are in the 60s and normal lows are in the 40s.By Sunday, you might actually see normal temperatures. But with that comes rain and it may be quite a bit of it.

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Without Power: Thousands Still in the Dark, Could Be Restored by Friday Evening

February 27, 2015 |

TUPELO, Miss.–Icy weather caused thousands in Mississippi to lose power and crews have been working non-stop to get the lights back on. The latest projections say all Mississippians could have the lights back on by Friday night.

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Deadline to File for State Elections is Today; Pritchett to Announce for Auditor

February 27, 2015 |

JACKSON, Miss.–The deadline to file to run for state office is today and another candidate is expected to announce she is running for state auditor of Mississippi.

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New Internet Rules on Usage: Why Wicker Says the FCC Caved to Obama Administration

February 27, 2015 |

WASHINGTON, D.C.–A new ruling by the FCC means that you may have an avenue to complain to the government if your ISP (Internet Service Provider) is slowing your service on purpose (ever have buffering every five minutes with Netflix?). But, Sen. Roger Wicker (R-Miss.) said Thursday that there’s more to that ruling than meets they eye and that freedom is being tread on again by the federal government.

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Black History Month Commemorated in DC, Mississippi Senators Make and Co-Sponsor Resolution

February 27, 2015 |

WASHINGTON, D.C.–Black History Month is every February and contributions to all facets of America by African-Americans through the last 400 years are recognized. This year the U.S. Senate formally recognized the month after Sen. Thad Cochran(R-Miss.) co-authored their official resolution.

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