1/26/2022 - State of the State Breakdown
We break down key moments in Gov. Reeves' State of the State address, and hear highlights from Greenville Mayor Errick Simmons' Democratic response.
1/25/2022 - MDOT | Roe v. Wade | Gulf Sturgeon
The state Transportation Commissioner sounds the alarm on worker shortages within his department. Then, anti-abortion rights activists hope this year's anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision is the last. And, a mammoth endangered fish is detected in Jackson for the first time in over twenty-five years.
1/24/2022 - Senate Walkout | Gun Violence | COVID-19
Black state Senators walk out over a bill aimed at banning so-called "Critical Race Theory." Then, the city of Jackson grieves hundreds of lives lost to gun violence during the COVID-19 pandemic. And, a Mississippi OB-GYN talks COVID and vaccines.
1/21/2022 - COVID-19 | Legislature | Astronomy
The Omicron variant of COVID-19 threatens to put Deep South hospitals in a death spiral. Then, why one State Rep wants to take a chunk out of the Superintendent of Education's salary. And, we talk with the Mississippi State University astronomer working to put a telescope on the surface of the moon.
1/20/2022 - Medical Marijuana | Income Tax
Mississippi inches closer to a medical marijuana program. And, the case for and against elimination of the state income tax.
1/19/2022 - VA | New Year's Resolutions | Pets
Mississippi's Veterans Administration eyes a boost in funding. Then, why some New Year's resolutions fail. And, how low-income Mississippians can access discounted medical care for pets.
1/18/2022 - Kids and COVID
What the Omicron variant of COVID-19 means for kids in Mississippi.
1/17/2022 - MLK | COVID-19 | Sec. of State Michael Watson
The story of Martin Luther King, Jr's visit to a tiny town in the Delta. Then, an update on COVID-19. And, we talk voting rights with Secretary of State Michael Watson.