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Past articles by Justin:

Law enforcement increases security around Miss. Capitol building

It is unknown if any demonstrations will take place in Jackson, but local law enforcement is prepared for any event. → Read More

Mississippi’s mask mandates set to expire Friday

It is unclear at this time if Gov. Tate Reeves will extend the order or let it expire. → Read More

Hyde-Smith: ‘My heart is broken’ after death of US Capitol police officer

U.S. Capitol Police Officer Brian D. Sicknick is the fifth person to die because of the violence on the Capitol. → Read More

Three of four Miss. congressmen voted to challenge 2020 presidential election

This revelation comes after supporters of President Donald Trump stormed the U.S. Capitol Wednesday in efforts to stop Congress from certifying Joe Biden’s win as the next President of the United States. → Read More

Sen. Roger Wicker to certify Biden’s presidential win

U.S. Senator Roger Wicker released a statement that he will vote to certify the 2020 presidential election result. → Read More

Miss. man freed from prison after 23 years to be honored by NFL

The National Football League (NFL) announced Wednesday that Curtis Flowers will be honored through its helmet decal program. → Read More

MEMA executive director released from hospital after battling COVID-19 complications

It was reported that Greg Michel tested positive for the coronavirus on December 9. → Read More

Medgar, Myrlie Evers’ home established as national monument

The new monument commemorates the legacies of two civil rights activists, Medgar and Myrlie Evers, who devoted their lives to ending racial injustice and improving the quality of life for African Americans. → Read More

College football player arrested for rape of 11-year-old in Jefferson Co.

A football player for Southwest Mississippi Community College was arrested for statutory rape on Wednesday. → Read More

Fake Parler account of Miss. governor causes online controversy

NBC reports that Parler is a social media platform that is becoming increasingly popular among conservatives as an outlet to voice their concerns. → Read More

Mississippi Power donates $825K in technology grants to four local HBCUs

Mississippi’s HBCUs have provided African American students with high-quality education and skills development when laws prohibited them from being admitted at predominately white colleges and universities. → Read More

Cindy Hyde-Smith shares support of President Trump’s fight for votes

President Trump has accused Democrats of trying to “rig" the election, although he has provided no proof or evidence to back his claim. → Read More

Miss. first black Supreme Court judge: New flag shows the state is moving forward

Judge Reuben Anderson served as Chair of the Commission to Redesign the Mississippi State Flag. → Read More

Initiative 65 or Initiative 65A? Mississippians will vote ‘yes or no’ on Nov. 3

Mississippians will vote either for or against two medical marijuana initiatives on November 3: Initiative 65 or Initiative 65A. → Read More

President Trump approves Mississippi’s Hurricane Zeta emergency declaration

Reeves announced Wednesday morning that he signed the emergency declaration ahead of Hurricane Zeta. → Read More

MHP trooper severely injured after car crash in Vicksburg

This is a developing story. → Read More

Miss. governor responds to Biden’s claim that Harris is fit to serve as VP

Governor Tate Reeves responded to Democratic Presidential Candidate Joe Biden’s tweet about Kamala Harris. → Read More

Governor Tate Reeves tests negative for coronavirus after White House visit

Earlier this week, Gov. Reeves spoke at the White House during a press brief centered around a new initiative for new rapid coronavirus tests to states across the country. → Read More

Nearly $1.5M awarded to improve school safety in the southern district of Mississippi

The funds were provided by the Department of Justice’s Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS Office) School Violence Prevention Program (SVPP). → Read More

Man arrested for attempting to smuggle contraband in Pike County jail

The confiscated contraband included cell phones and narcotics. → Read More