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- Sanders, Gibbs Join Green in Seeking District 72 Seat Campbell Is VacatingCorinthian Sanders and Debra Hendricks Gibbs are running for the Mississippi House seat in District 72, which Rep. Kimberly Campbell is leaving.
- Reflections on Islamic Heritage MonthThe Islamic Heritage Festival is Saturday, April 30.
- A Worker's Right to Safety: 'You Shouldn't Have to Die to Make a Living'The Workers' Center reports that at least 60 to 100 workers are killed in Mississippi workplaces each year, with more than 11,000 workers injured.
- Monique DavisGrowing up in Washington, D.C., Monique Davis grew to love art early on. Her mother regularly took her to local art museums since admission was free.
- Couple Hosts Islamic Heritage Festival in MMA's Art Garden SaturdayThe International Museum of Muslim Cultures hosted its first Islamic heritage celebration this month after Mayor Tony Yarber proclaimed in March that April would serve as Islamic Heritage Month.
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- Dallas Drafts MSU's Dak Prescott, First Cowboys QB Draft Pick Since 2009The Cowboys took Mississippi State's Dak Prescott with the 135th overall pick in the fourth round of the NFL draft Saturday, two days after a failed bid to trade up for another first-round choice so they could get Paxton Lynch ...
- Judge Orders Madison County Pay $3 Million in Bond Payments Madison County may appeal a federal judge's order that it pay $3 million in bond payments related to a development project.
- TV Pundit Who Claimed CIA Ties Pleads Guilty to Fraud Former cable news pundit Wayne Simmons admits he's a fraud. And he admits he's a felon. But despite all evidence to the contrary, he remains adamant that he was a CIA man.
- Punishments But No Criminal Charges in US Attack on Hospital Administrative punishments but no criminal charges have been leveled against U.S. military personnel for mistakes that resulted in 42 people dying in last year's attack on a civilian hospital in Afghanistan operated by the medical charity Doctors Without Borders, officials ...
- Violence Follows California Trump Rally, About 20 Arrested Raucous protesters and supporters of Donald Trump violently confronted each other in California leading to some 20 arrests as the Republican presidential contender brought his campaign to conservative Orange County.
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