Mississippi is about to get a windfall of more than $100 million over the next couple of years. That money should be a spent on the roads and bridges most in need of repair. And it should buy some time to come up with a permanent plan.
Mississippi, a state that leads the nation in texting and driving and is the deadliest place to drive, has laws against texting and driving but law enforcement officers say it is almost impossible to force. The law must change
The Southern Rail Commission has a plan to bring twice-a-day passenger train service to Gulfport, Biloxi, Bay St. Louis and Pascagoula, beginning in New Orleans and ending in Mobile. We're not sure enough people would hop on to make it pay.
Sun Herald Editorial: Kate Spade should be an example. No amount of wealth, of fame and fortune, can treat mental illness. It can mask it. It can make someone reluctant to seek treatment. We should learn from her death, not repeat it.
Visit Mississippi Gulf Coast CEO Milton Segarra wants to rebrand the Coast as more than a gambling destination. And he has the leadership of the three Coastal counties behind him. We appreciate that cooperation.
Memorial Day's meaning sometimes gets lost in all the good times we enjoy. We on the Mississippi Coast should take a moment and remember the armed forces and the men and women who lost their lives, so we would enjoy better lives.
Jackson County Superintendent Barry Amacker could have done a better job of dealing with the assault of a special needs student. But the School Board, parents and the public shouldn't rush to judgment before they have all the facts
The U.S. Supreme Court's decision to allow states to have sports betting should be a windfall for Mississippi. Mississippi begins with a big lead on competitors because it has a sports betting on the books. We should seize this opportunity.
Jackson County School District Officials have stumbled and bumbled their way through the aftermath of a video that revealed the abuse of a special needs student. Now, they should face the parents and listen to their complaints.
Confederate Memorial Day is barely noticed in South Mississippi but will surely bring derision from the rest of the United States. Memorial Day is the proper way to commemorate the Civil War, as it honors those on both sides.
More than 31 million robocalls were made by Heather and her minions, most of them unwanted. We support the Senate committee and the state Public Service Commission in their efforts to give some relief from these scammers.
Mississippi's top politicians Philip Gunn and Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves have been playing the blame game, as roads and bridges fall apart and close from lack of funding. It's time for more action and less finger-pointing at the MS Legislature.
A Longwood International survey found the Mississippi Coast isn't always perceived as welcoming or a family-friendly tourist destination. That has to change and marketing alone won't transform our image. Each of us can help.
Mississippi's Legislature can't agree on how to use BP money to fix economic damage its oil spill inflicted on the Coast. We ask Gov. Phil Bryant to help lawmakers from Biloxi to Tupelo devise a plan good for the whole state.
The Coast for eight years has waited for the Mississippi Legislature to do what is right and give it most of the $700 million BP will pay the state for economic damages in South Mississippi. We’re tired of waiting. Help us get this done. Call these lawmakers.
The story of Akela, the Alaskan Malamute puppy shot in Jackson County, touched our readers' hearts. And it reminded us the Mississippi Legislature won't pass tougher laws to protect pets. Let's let them know much we love dogs and cats.
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