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For Mississippi's undocumented immigrants, threat of coronavirus is 'extremely ugly'

Many families, after primary breadwinners were arrested or laid off, had to rely on generosity of others. Now economy slows to a halt during pandemic.

 

We are answering your questions about the coronavirus pandemic

Have questions about coronavirus in Mississippi? Ask us and we'll answer them here.

 

Jackson non-profit joins local restaurant to feed local children amid coronavirus concerns

The duo decided to use their resources and staff to make 1,000 sack lunches to feed children in Jackson.

 

Coronavirus in Mississippi: What we know Saturday

Here's the latest on coronavirus cases in Mississippi and other related stories. Check for updates throughout the day.

 

Shower Power: volunteers provide mobile shower and soap, other toiletries

Teresa Renkenberger was inspired to create a mobile shower unit for the homeless.

 

PHOTOS: Gov. Tate Reeves tours Camp Shelby

Gov. Tate Reeves toured Camp Shelby to assess the capabilities for triage amid the COVID-19 outbreak in Mississippi on Friday, March 27, 2020.

 

Several coronavirus cases inside Tunica County nursing home, mayor says

One woman tested positive after she died, emergency officials said.

 

Reeves tours Camp Shelby to assess use amid coronavirus pandemic

Gov. Tate Reeves toured Camp Shelby in Hattiesburg, Miss., to assess its possible use during the coronavirus pandemic.

 

Reeves tours Mississippi military facilities to assess use during coronavirus pandemic

Gov. Tate Reeves tours Camp Shelby and the Combat Readiness Training Center to explore available resources in the battle against the coronavirus.

 

Ethics group questions how Rep. Steven Palazzo spent $188,000 in campaign cash

A nonprofit advocacy group sent a letter to the Office of Congressional Ethics Thursday asking for an investigation.

 

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