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Gov. Bryant Visits Ocean Springs as Guest Speaker at Banquet

Governor Bryant was the guest speaker for the annual Ocean Springs Chamber of Commerce banquet.

Texting & Driving Ban in MS Could Come as Early as June

If you're one of many who are tired of seeing drivers busy using their cell phones while cruising down the road, that will be changing as early as June.

Gov. Bryant to Speak at Ocean Springs Chamber Banquet

Jackson by morning and the Coast by night, Mississippi Governor, Phil Bryant, is visiting Ocean Springs Wednesday night.

Governor Bryant Encouraged by Texas Immigration Order

The United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas has granted Texas’ petition for preliminary injunction against President Barack Obama’s executive action to grant deferred action status to certain illegal immigrants.

Governor’s Oyster Council Holds First Meeting at Seafood Museum

Tuesday, the first meeting of the Governor's Oyster Restoration and Resiliency Council took place at the Maritime and Seafood Industry Museum in Biloxi.

Gov. Bryant Declares Tornado Preparedness Week

Much destruction was caused from tornadoes which occurred during the deadly outbreak last April, where 14 Mississippians lost their lives.

Gov. Bryant Declares Tornado Ppreparedness Week

Gov. Phil Bryant declares Feb. 9th-13th Tornado Preparedness Week in Mississippi.

Children’s Parade Held in Biloxi

The parade was an opening activity for the Mississippi Council of Exceptional Children Statewide Conference.

Insurance Companies Could Soon be Required to be More Transparent

News 25 spoke with Governor Phil Bryant and local advocates working on a bill to help improve transparency in the insurance industry.

Gov. Talks of Issues He Hopes to See Pushed Through Legislature

As the 2015 Mississippi legislative session is moving out of the committee phase, changes could soon be coming.

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