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Mississippi lottery could start selling tickets in late 2019

Posted 3/19/2019 in State

The new Mississippi Lottery could start selling tickets sometime during the final half of this year, a board member for the Mississippi Lottery Corporation said Monday.



Warren backs congressional plan for reparations study

Posted 3/19/2019 in State

Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren on Monday embraced a congressional proposal to study a framework for reparations to African-Americans hurt by the legacy of slavery as the best way to begin a "national, full-blown conversation" on the issue.



Ex-officer says she had sex while child was dying in hot car

Posted 3/19/2019 in State

A former Mississippi Gulf Coast police officer told a judge Monday that she had sex with her supervisor and then fell asleep while her 3-year-old daughter was dying inside an overheated patrol car.



Bishop in Mississippi: 'deeply sorry' for clergy sex abuse

Posted 3/19/2019 in State

A Catholic diocese in Mississippi is releasing names of clergy members it says have been credibly accused of sexual abuse.



Federal agency probes worker death at Mississippi plant

Posted 3/19/2019 in State

The U.S. Department of Labor says the Occupational Safety and Health Administration is investigating the death of a worker at a Mississippi manufacturing facility.



Mississippi to build facility for medically fragile children

Posted 3/19/2019 in State

A new law says Mississippi can borrow money to build a long-term care facility for children with complex medical conditions.



Analysis: Mississippi lawmakers seek early exit to session

Posted 3/18/2019 in State

Mississippi lawmakers are aiming for an early end to their scheduled 90-day session.



Gov. Bryant called 'despicable' for ignoring black rep

Posted 3/16/2019 in State

The Congressional Black Caucus chairwoman said Mississippi's governor is "clearly despicable" for not acknowledging work by the state's only black congressman to get the home of a slain civil rights leader named a national monument.



Judge grants extension of settlement talks in soybean suit

Posted 3/16/2019 in State

A federal judge has approved an extension of settlement talks in a lawsuit claiming a soybean seed company purposely sold faulty seeds to black farmers in Mississippi.



Former boyfriend of burned woman fatally shot

Posted 3/16/2019 in State

Someone fatally shot the former boyfriend of a Mississippi woman who was burned to death, and investigators are questioning a suspect, authorities said Friday.



Mississippi politicos feud over civil rights monument status

Posted 3/15/2019 in State

Mississippi's white Republican governor and the state's only black Democratic congressman are feuding over who should get credit for the home of a slain civil rights leader becoming a national monument.



3 more cases of chronic wasting disease found in Mississippi

Posted 3/15/2019 in State

The Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks says three more cases of chronic wasting disease have been confirmed.



Teacher pay, abortion restriction among surviving bills

Posted 3/14/2019 in State

Wednesday was the deadline for the Mississippi House and Senate to act on general bills that originated in the other chamber.



Small-engine maker moving work from Wisconsin to Mississippi

Posted 3/14/2019 in State

A maker of small engines is consolidating operations from Wisconsin to Mississippi, with plans to hire 250 people there over the next two years.



Unveiled tourism slogan touts Mississippi's 'Secret Coast'

Posted 3/14/2019 in State

Officials say the tourism group promoting southern Mississippi has a new name and slogan.



Airline will add flight to Atlanta from Mississippi airport

Posted 3/14/2019 in State

An airline serving a Mississippi Delta airport is adding service to Atlanta while dropping service to Nashville, Tennessee.



Trump makes national monument of civil rights' leaders home

Posted 3/13/2019 in State

The Mississippi home of a slain civil rights leader became a national monument Tuesday as President Donald Trump signed a bill establishing the Medgar and Myrlie Evers Home National Monument in Jackson.



Mississippi agency has spent $18,000 defending $200 fine

Posted 3/13/2019 in State

A state agency in Mississippi has spent nearly $18,000 challenging another agency's $200 fine.



Nissan lays off 381, down from 700 originally projected

Posted 3/13/2019 in State

Nissan Motor Co. says fewer contract workers than previously announced were laid off from its Mississippi plant.



Mississippi House ups ante on teacher pay; final sum unclear

Posted 3/12/2019 in State

The dam finally broke Monday on Mississippi lawmakers' desires to boost teacher pay by more than the pair of $500 raises over the next two years that leaders had originally proposed.



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