Content Tagged 'jackson'

Gay Marriage Ban in Mississippi Could be Overturned
Gay men, women, and their allies have gathered in Jackson to support each other as they fight for marriage equality. Video Video
Cochran Delivers Victory Speech in Jackson
Senator Thad Cochran delivers his victory speech after defeating Democrat opponent, Travis Childers. Video Video
House and Senate Legislative Sportsmen’s Caucus Supports the Right to Hunt, Fish, & Trap in MS
The Mississippi Legislative Sportsmen’s Caucus held a press conference Wednesday at the State Capitol to address its support for the constitutional right to hunt, fish, and trap in Mississippi.
Senator Thad Cochran Wins 7th Term
View our live report from Cochran's campaign headquarters in Jackson. Video Video
Coast Homeowners Meet with State Insurance Commissioner
The homeowners are concerned about skyrocketing insurance rates after Hurricane Katrina and the effects on the local economy. Video Video
Will Cochran Serve Another Term?
It’s been an exciting Senate race this year as six term Republican incumbent, Thad Cochran, fought to keep his seat against challengers in both the primary and the general election. Video Video
State Troopers Want New Highway Patrol School
State troopers across Mississippi gathered in Jackson yesterday to voice their need for a new highway patrol school. Video Video
Mississippi Governor’s Mansion, State Capitol “Light It Up Blue” for Autism Awareness
The Mississippi Governor’s Mansion and the Mississippi State Capitol will “Light it Up Blue” from 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 2nd, 2014, until 12 a.m. on Thursday, April 3rd, 2014, in observance of World Autism Awareness Day.
Bryant Plans to Sign Two New Bills Into Law
Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant is ending the Legislative Session strong, planning to sign two bills passed by the House this week. Video Video
Mississippi Legislative Session Wraps Up
The Mississippi Legislative Session is wrapping up in Jackson this week as the last bills come through the House and Senate. Video Video
Changes for the Coast on the Way as Legislative Session Wraps Up
More highway patrolmen on the road, teacher pay raises, and smarter criminal laws. These are just some of the changes residents will soon see as the 2014 Legislative Session comes to a close. Video Video
Common Core Biggest Disappointment of Legislative Session
With the 2014 Legislative Session coming to a close, representatives are looking back on the failures and successes of the season. Video Video
Young Representative, Jeramey Anderson, Attends First Legislative Session
Anderson is the youngest Mississippi House member ever to serve. Video Video
Twenty-Six M.G.C.C.C. Students Win at State SkillsU.S.A. Competitions
Twenty-six students from Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College won awards at state SkillsUSA competitions for career and technical students held Feb. 25-26 in Jackson.
Representative Jeramey Anderson Shines in Jackson Today
Today was also a big day for Jackson County resident and State Representative Jeramey Anderson. Video Video
Coast Residents Opposed to Drilling Near the Barrier Islands
The battle over the Barrier Islands and oil rigs continues, and it played out in Hinds County chancery Court in Jackson, today. Video Video
Statewide FFA and 4-H Club Officers Introduced to MS House of Representatives
Today at the Mississippi State Capitol, students from local FFA and 4-H Clubs from around the state visited the Capitol as part of their annual association days.
Plans for the 2014 Legislative Session
The 2014 Mississippi Legislative Session has officially begun. Video Video
Lt. Gov. Reeves Welcomes Highway Patrol to Capitol
Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves welcomed members of the Mississippi highway patrol to the state Capitol today as part of the agency’s “Blue Out” day.
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