JACKSON — Is Mississippi’s high unemployment rate a threat to Gov. Phil Bryant’s popularity? It’s hard to tell, but the governor might think so. Mississippi
JACKSON — Interim state Superintendent of Education Lynn House will serve on the new Charter School Authorizer Board, but probably only until a new permanent
Gov. Phil Bryant has appointed three members to the Mississippi Charter School Authorizer Board, the board responsible for approving and overseeing public charter schools in Mississippi.
If a girl younger than 16 gives birth and won’t name the father, a new Mississippi law — likely the first of its kind in the country — says authorities must collect umbilical cord blood and run DNA tests to prove paternity as a step toward prosecuting statutory rape cases.
PHILADELPHIA, Miss. — After focusing on education and job creation during his first two years in office, Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant says he will concentrate
A posse of state officials and gun advocates has asked the Mississippi Supreme Court to let them file briefs in support of the state’s open-carry law.
JACKSON — And now the waiting begins. With the July 1 effective date for Mississippi’s expanded charter school law, the next step is to nominate
A state judge blocked Mississippi’s open-carry gun law from taking effect next week, writing in a Friday ruling that the law was vague and that an injunction was needed to prevent irreparable harm.
Hinds County Circuit Judge Winston Kidd scheduled a hearing July 8 to consider more arguments about whether to extend the injunction.
Hours after Governor Phil Bryant announced a Thursday special session of the state legislature to address Medicaid concerns, Senator Terry Burton, R-Newton, spoke with future nurse practitioners on the Mississippi University for Women campus.
JACKSON — Deborah Bryant, the wife of Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant, is now serving on the board of directors for privately held Community Bank of