Buy Mississippi Christmas Trees

As the holidays approach, Commissioner of Agriculture and Commerce Andy Gipson and the Mississippi Department of Agriculture and Commerce encourages those celebrating the holidays to make this Christmas ‘real’ by purchasing a live Mississippi... Read More.

Gas Prices Are Going Down

Gas prices are continuing their rapid decline across Mississippi. As another work week begins, Triple-A reports the statewide average price of regular has dropped to two-16 a gallon, down 12 cents from last Monday.... Read More.

Mississippi Cigarette Tax Hike

There will be another attempt at the state capitol next year to pass a big increase in Mississippi’s cigarette tax. A coalition of health groups is working to convince the legislature that raising the... Read More.

Deer Mating Season is Dangerous

We’re at the peak of deer mating season. With a few weeks left in the season, the Tennessee Department of Safety says there have been more than 56-hundred deer-related crashes in the state this... Read More.

Hollywood Feed

   Hi there! This is Crash Davis. My 2 Maltese puppies, Carlee & Gracie, are LOVING their Christmas treats from Hollywood Feed! Check out the... Read More.

Tunica Roadhouse Casino Closing

Mississippi is losing one of its casinos. Caesars Entertainment says the Tunica Roadhouse Casino will close at the end of January as the gambling market continues to face competition from other states. The company... Read More.

Senator-elect Cindy Hyde-Smith

The state of Mississippi has elected the first woman in its history to Washington, D.C.  Yesterday, Cindy Hyde-Smith fought off challenger and former Agriculture Secretary Mike Espy to become the junior senator from the... Read More.

Southaven Flying Pastor

A video of a Mid-South preacher's entrance to his church has gone viral. Senior Pastor Bartholomew Orr flew in over the congregation at Brown Baptist Church on Sunday.The video sparked conversation and... Read More.

Mississippi Healthcare Fraud

Another person is headed to prison in connection with Mississippi’s largest ever health care fraud case. A federal judge in Hattiesburg has sentenced pharmacist Silas Richmond the Second to serve 16 months behind bars... Read More.