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  COVID-19 in Mississippi: 119,336 cases, 3,328 deaths reported by health dept.

  Mask mandate goes into effect for 9 Miss. counties

  Gov. Reeves announces mask mandate for 9 counties

58,000 absentee ballots have been received in Mississippi

  Miss. statewide mask mandate set to expire Wednesday

Miss. inmate dies after several months in hospital

  Mississippi officials give latest on Hurricane Sally

  State of Emergency declared as Tropical Storm Sally approaches Miss. coast

  Gov. Reeves gives COVID-19 update after no deaths reported Tuesday

  Emmett Till’s family continues to call for justice 65 years after his murder

The Great River Flag holds narrow lead over The New Magnolia in latest MDAH poll

More than 9K power outages reported across Miss.

  Dr. Dobbs: ‘If you lose your sense of taste or smell, you have coronavirus’

  Hurricane shelters open across state despite COVID concerns

Miss. Governor declares State of Emergency as tropical storms approach

Gov. Reeves bans tailgating at Mississippi college football games

Gov. Reeves says spike in COVID-19 cases Wednesday does not fit state’s downward trend

Mississippi attorney becomes president-elect of the National Bar Association

  Gov. Reeves announces COVID-19 testing for teachers and emergency telehealth coverage for schools

Teen and pregnant woman among those who died of COVID-19 in Miss. this week, says Dobbs

Miss. Legislature votes to override governor’s veto of education budget

  Dr. Dobbs looking into claims of untested people being told they have COVID-19

Miss. woman’s mask making mission continues after she dies from COVID-19

Mississippi teachers rally at State Capitol for delayed reopening of schools

‘This is real folks’: Another Miss. representative hospitalized with COVID-19 complications

MHSAA votes to delay fall sports by 2 weeks

Gov. Reeves announces COVID-19 Emergency Relief Program

Dr. Dobbs plays ‘mythbusters’ at coronavirus briefing, sets record straight on testing procedures

  Due to COVID spike, these Miss. counties are now limiting elective surgeries

Speaker Philip Gunn, several House members diagnosed with COVID-19