Content Tagged 'lawsuit'

No School District on the Coast Signed Up for Lawsuit
Friday was the deadline for school districts in Mississippi to sign up for a lawsuit against the state to recover education money owed under the Mississippi Adequate Education Program (M.A.E.P.) Video Video
Woman Suing Mike Byrd for Sexual Harassment
A Jackson County Sheriff’s Department employee is suing former Sheriff, Mike Byrd, for sexual harassment. Video Video
Moss Point Residents Want School District to Join Lawsuit
Tuesday evening, many residents of Moss Point attended a school board meeting, demanding to know why the district has not signed on to multi-million dollar lawsuit against the state. Video Video
Moss Point Still Has Not Joined Lawsuit Against the State
The deadline to sign up for the M.A.E.P. lawsuit is Friday, and the lawyers say it won't cost the districts anything unless they win, but at this point, no school district on the Coast has signed up. Video Video
Rep. Jeramey Anderson Continues Plea Over M.A.E.P. Lawsuit
Despite Representative Anderson’s continued pleas for the Moss Point School District to join the lawsuit against the State of Mississippi, the school board is saying ‘no way.’ Video Video
Moss Point School Board Refuses to Join Lawsuit Against MS
Tuesday night, angry residents joined State Representative Jeramey Anderson at the Moss Point Board of Education meeting, demanding the district joins a lawsuit against the State of Mississippi. Video Video
Ocean Springs Says Psycamore Settlement Won't Affect Raises
Officials for Ocean Springs tell News 25 a settlement with the Psycamore Psychiatric Clinic will not affect pay raises for city employees scheduled in next year’s budget. Video Video
State Rep. Jeramey Anderson Holds Town Hall Meeting
Monday night, State Representative Jeramey Anderson held a town hall meeting in Moss Point to discuss his support for a lawsuit against the state for not funding local school districts. Video Video
Ocean Springs Psycamore Clinic Battle Continues
The battle over a mental health clinic continues in Ocean Springs as the city faces fines and changes in policy. Video Video
Local Seafood Industry Still Suffering from BP Oil Spill
Four years later and our local seafood industry is still suffering because of the BP oil spill. Video Video
Diamondhead City Manager Lawsuit Continues
The dispute between the City of Diamondhead and its former City Manager, Richard Rose, is not over. Video Video
Family of Man Killed at Omega in 2012 Fights Against Plant
Family members of a man killed at the Omega Protein plant back in 2012 prepare to face the company in court this fall. Video Video
Cochran Remains Focused on Nov. General Election
The judge presiding over State Senator Chris McDaniel's lawsuit against Mississippi Senator Thad Cochran says he intends to finish the case before the November general election. Video Video
Sec. of State Hosemann Weighs in on McDaniel Lawsuit
Thursday, Secretary of State, Delbert Hosemann, was a special guest at the Great Southern Club in Gulfport. While he didn't mention the McDaniel lawsuit in his speech, he told News 25 the suit sets a bad precedent. Video Video
True the Vote v. MS State Republican Party Lawsuit Refiled in Jackson
True the Vote (T.T.V.), the nation's leading voters’ rights and election integrity organization, today refiled its lawsuit against the Mississippi Secretary of State, the State Republican Party, and ten newly added county election commissions, asking the Court to immediately order election records be opened to inspection.
Mississippi Moves to Pass a Law to Prevent Concussions in Youth
Mississippi is the last state without a youth head injury law, but that is all about to change. Video Video
Lawsuit Over Gulfport Harbor Could Soon be Settled
A lawsuit over control of the Gulfport Harbor and surrounding property may soon be settled, that is if the Secretary of State officially agrees to an offer the City of Gulfport is bringing to the table. Video Video
Lawyer Representing Lil' Boosie Considering Lawsuit
The lawyer representing promoters for a Lil’ Boosie concert at the Jackson County Fairgrounds now says he is considering a lawsuit against the county. Video Video
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