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2015/07/30 15:09
2015/07/30 15:09
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Every Neshoba County Fair has drawn a crowd since 1889, but it is especially busy on an election year like this one. Several statewide candidates took the podium at the Fairgrounds pavilion...
2015/07/30 15:09
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2015/07/30 14:47
2015/07/30 14:47
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A 43-year-old Hernando man plead guilty on Friday to charges of Child Exploitation, Attorney General Jim Hood announced. Jeremy Gregg was sentenced to 10 years with five years to serve and 10 years...
2015/07/30 12:35
2015/07/30 12:35
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Tim Johnson, a Democratic candidate for lieutenant governor, second from right, encourages the audience to sing “How Great Thou Art,” along with he and his family as he closes out his address at the...
2015/07/29 23:41
2015/07/29 23:41
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Mayor Joe Willie Smith of Lambert, Mississippi, faces charges on two separate indictments. Attorney General Public Integrity Division investigators and Quitman County Sheriff's Office deputies...
2015/07/29 19:28
2015/07/29 19:28
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JACKSON, MS (Mississippi News Now) - Suspicious campaign mailers sent a week before the election drew the attention of Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann and the State Attorney General’s...
2015/07/29 17:11
2015/07/29 17:11
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Richard Gerald Jordan (Photo source: Mississippi Dept. of Corrections) Jackson, Miss.The Mississippi Supreme Court has been asked to set an execution date for death row inmate Richard Gerald...
2015/07/28 18:41
2015/07/28 18:41
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Forty local governments in Mississippi will be getting millions from BP in the next 30 days. Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood announced Tuesday that the oil giant has accepted the Deepwater...
2015/07/27 20:00
2015/07/27 20:00
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HERNANDO, Miss. — A Hernando resident was sentenced to 10 years behind bars followed by 10 years of supervision after he pleaded guilty to charges of child exploitation. In addition to the prison...
2015/07/26 12:35
2015/07/26 12:35
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By Bobby Harrison Daily Journal Jackson Bureau JACKSON – While control of the Mississippi House will not be decided until the November general election, the first salvo in that political battle will...
2015/07/23 19:09
2015/07/23 19:09
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RIPLEY, Miss. (AP) - A nurse from Ripley is charged with illegally taking prescription painkillers from residents at a nursing home. Attorney General Jim Hood says in a news release Thursday that...
2015/07/22 21:41
2015/07/22 21:41
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JACKSON, MS (Mississippi News Now) - Wednesday Attorney General Jim Hood joined 44 other state attorneys general calling on five major phone companies to offer call-blocking technology to their...
2015/07/22 05:41
2015/07/22 05:41
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JACKSON, MS (Mississippi News Now) - The Mississippi Attorney General’s Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) task force has joined with partners from the U.S. Attorneys’ Offices, of the Northern...
2015/07/19 13:35
2015/07/19 13:35
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By Bobby Harrison Daly Journal Jackson Bureau JACKSON – Both Gov. Phil Bryant and Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves are heavy favorites to win second terms in their respective offices, but the two Republicans...
2015/07/17 21:09
2015/07/17 21:09
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Haley Barbour's biggest post-Katrina disappointmentHaley Barbour's biggest post-Katrina disappointment Former governor Haley Barbour Haley Barbour was back in South Mississippi for an event at the...
2015/07/15 23:35
2015/07/15 23:35
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JACKSON – A Hinds County chancery judge has ruled against former Gov. Ronnie Musgrove in his effort to force the Legislature to fully fund the Mississippi Adequate Education Program. The ruling...
2015/07/14 04:28
2015/07/14 04:28
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Mississippi Business Journal The same-sex spouses of Mississippi’s state and school employees are eligible for worker benefits such as health insurance immediately, Attorney General Jim Hood...
2015/07/10 23:45
2015/07/10 23:45
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Judge orders comptroller to pay state workers amid impasseJudge orders comptroller to pay state workers amid impasse State worker pay: a budget battleground The legal battle over whether Illinois...
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2015/07/10 11:35
2015/07/10 11:35
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By William Moore Daily Journal NEW ALBANY – The Mississippi Attorney General’s office arrested a veteran Union County deputy circuit clerk Monday morning, accused of trying to influence...
2015/07/09 23:44
2015/07/09 23:44
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Iowa schools are making new plans for spending after Gov. Terry Branstad vetoed a spending bill that included one-time money for education last week. That means about $56 million in additional...
2015/07/09 23:04
2015/07/09 23:04
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Mississippi joined California in staying out of a legal settlement announced Wednesday by which JPMorgan Chase will pay 47 states and the federal government $125 million for illegal consumer credit...
2015/07/30 15:09
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