6/8/2021 - Congressman Bennie Thompson | Vaccine Hesitancy | New Alzheimer's Drug
Congressman Bennie Thompson says a higher minimum wage, among other reforms, can better the lives of poor Mississippians.
Then, community leaders talk vaccine hesitancy.
And, a new Alzheimer's drug faces questions of efficacy and accessibility.
8/15/2022 - TANF Scandal | Walk with a Doc | Prison Inter-faith Facility
Following another wrinkle in the state's TANF fraud scandal, we take a comprehensive look at what's unfolded so far.Then, Mississippi physicians and the AARP are working together to promote exercise.Plus, breaking ground on a new inter-faith facility.
8/12/2022 - Amazon Facility | School Gun Policy | Hurricane Season Update
A new Amazon Fulfillment Center opens in Madison County.Then, we talk to a school superintendent on gun policy and safety standards.Plus, with hurricane season entering its peak period, we take a look at the updated forecast.
8/11/2022 - RAMP Resistance | JPS Back to School | Till Institute
More pushback following the Governor's decision to end federally-funded housing assistance.Then, NPR's education correspondent joins us to see how the first week of school is going for students in the capital city.Plus, a response from the President of the Till Institute following the latest in the search for justice for Emmett Till.