Donald Trump got grief early and often from left-leaning artists unhappy to hear their songs blasted at his rallies and the Republican National Convention. But then some of them took the stage at the Democratic National Convention. Like the campaign before it, things got ugly.
Ever hear a Mississippi lawmaker get tongue-tied? Then you haven't heard them talk about taxes -- or dummy bills. In the case of Rep. Karl Oliver of Winona, though, tongue-tied would be an improvement.
The Republicans beat back a challenge to the way they've been funding education and achieved a supermajority in both the House and Senate in Tuesday's election. Now the success or failure of Mississippi public schools is on them.
Sun Herald reporters Patrick Magee and Patrick Ochs talk about this week's upcoming prep football games. Ochs gives his picks on the St. Martin-Picayune and Gulfport-De La Salle games and Magee makes his picks in the Harrison Central-Moss Point and George County-Petal games.
John FitzhughSun Herald
Sports Guys: Week Three
O'Keefe family thanks little boy who stood in rain to honor Jerry O'Keefe
Chauncey Davis gives Gulfport linemen a professional edge
Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf talks about the 1996 flag controversy