OB Pod: Winners Continue To Win This week unfortunately started a little somber for us as we got devastating personal news, but in looking for a bright light in it, we are introducing a... Read More.

OB Pod: Winds of Change

A lot has happened this week. The world looked a little bit more normal with events happening around DeSoto County! The school year is coming to a close and all of... Read More.

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OB Pod is back talking about one of the main things that had us starting this podcast ANNEXATION! Judge Lynchard has made his decision and tentatively granted Olive Branch 18.8 square miles. 18.8 Square miles added ... Read More.

MS Health Centers To Get $77M To Care For Underserved Populations

Twenty community health centers in Mississippi will receive around $77.5 million in April to support COVID-19 vaccination and other services for vulnerable populations, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services announced Thursday. Community health centers receive... Read More.

Southaven Working To Fill Potholes

The city of Southaven is working to fill and fix as many potholes in streets as possible. The city asking residents to please be patient as the work commences. Mayor Darren Musselwhite says the recent... Read More.

MS To Increase Lowest Welfare Payments In U

Mississippi will increase the lowest monthly welfare payments in the nation under a bill signed into law Wednesday by the state’s Republican governor.  Mississippi has long been one of the poorest states in... Read More.

TN Sports Betting Company Sues State Over Sportsbook Suspension

A Tennessee sports betting company has sued state officials to try to overturn their suspension of the firm’s sports book  Tennessee Action 24/7 on Monday filed the lawsuit targeting Tennessee Lottery officials for suspending... Read More.

MS Lawmakers Mull Medicaid Revisions

By Newsroom One of Mississippi legislators’ most important jobs is to keep Medicaid alive beyond June 30, the end of the current state budget year. Medicaid is a health insurance program for the needy, aged,... Read More.

TN Gov. Announces All Residents 16 & Older Will Soon Be Eligible For COVID-19 Vaccine

Gov. Bill Lee has announced that Tennessee will soon allow all residents 16 and older... Read More.