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Coronavirus in Mississippi: State hits record hospitalizations Monday

Mississippi Department of Health reported three new coronavirus deaths and 357 new cases Monday, bringing the total to 31,257 cases and 1,114 deaths.


Coronavirus surge: Gov. Reeves's tweet 'messy, loud and wrong,' protest leader says

New cases can also be caused by people returning to work, the reopening of the economy and increased testing, Miss. Senate Minority Leader Derrick T. Simmons said.


Jackson police identify man in deadly stabbing on Fourth of July

Jackson police identified the man as 66-year-old Anthony Thompson.


Jackson firefighter in critical condition after being shot multiple times

Patrick Armon, assistant fire chief for the Jackson Fire Department, said Monday Love got out of surgery around 1 a.m. and remains in critical condition.


Confederate monument in front of Lowndes County Courthouse in first steps of relocation

The statue in Lowndes County was erected in 1912—nearly 50 years after the end of The Civil War.


PHOTOS: Dandy Dozen – Taylorsville QB Ty Keyes

Ty Keyes plays quarterback for the Taylorsville High School football team. He was the 2019 Gatorade Player of the Year for Mississippi.


Wear a mask? Many Mississippi lawmakers and other public officials are skipping them

As COVID-19 cases soared in recent days, lawmakers packed into small rooms without them and Gov. Tate Reeves skipped wearing one at a funeral.


Missing Vicksburg couple found dead after car accident

The couple was last seen around midnight on June 30, when they dropped off Williams' sister at an address in Redwood.


Green Ghost Tacos in Fondren closes temporarily after employee tests positive for COVID-19

The Jackson Mississippi restaurant said in. Facebook post that the employee's most recent shift was on Friday, June 26.


Remember Cousin Eddie? Latest winners in MDOT interstate sign contest revealed

After reviewing more than 500 entries, the Mississippi Department of Transportation selected its winners. Check out their entries.


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