Mississippi could be moving toward publicly funding pre-K education for the first time.
Mississippi mayors are once again pleading with lawmakers to allow municipalities to raise sales taxes on themselves.
State auditor Stacey Pickering takes issue with the state's education spending formula.
Hospitals are warning of layoffs and fewer services if Medicaid is not expanded.
Interview with Ole Miss Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs on election night Incident Review Committee's report
The Ole Miss Incident Review Committee has now released its report on what exactly happened 12 weeks ago during election night on campus.
Mississippi house republicans say their education reform goals extend beyond charter schools.
A non-profit is raising the projected amount that Mississippi could stand to gain from Medicaid expansion.
Mississippi Representatives get their first chance to debate a charter school bill.
Immigrant's rights advocates are urging lawmakers to resist sweeping immigration reform legislation.
Quite a few Mississippians were part of Monday's 57th presidential inauguration.
Resistance to charter schools is growing in some Mississippi school districts, among them Oxford.
Bryant lays out broad view in state of the state address.
Opponents and supporters of abortion in Mississippi took to the streets yesterday for the 40th anniversary of Roe v. Wade.
Governor Phil Bryant talks about what he wants to achieve with his address.
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