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Mississippi passed a $104M lifeline program for hospitals. One CEO says it won’t help.

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As hospitals across Mississippi continue to face possible closure, lawmakers recently passed legislation allocating $104 million in lifeline money to those struggling. However, one hospital is that the legislation, as passed, would do nothing to his hospital.

In an email obtained by Mississippi , Winston Medical Center CEO Paul Black informed the board of directors that the legislation – Senate Bill 2372 and House Bill 271 – would not allow the medical center in Louisville to any funds due to the hospital already paying for bills induced by…

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By: Caleb Salers
Title: Mississippi passed a $104M lifeline program for hospitals. One CEO says it won't help.
Sourced From: www.supertalk.fm/mississippi-passed-a-104m-lifeline-program-for-hospitals-one-ceo-says-it-wont-help/
Published Date: Fri, 19 May 2023 22:28:16 +0000

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Chris Lemonis makes case for Mississippi State baseball to host

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www.wcbi.com – Grace Ybarra – 2024-05-25 19:51:15

SUMMARY: Mississippi 's fate is uncertain after a narrow 6-5 loss to Tennessee in the SEC Tournament. D1Baseball projects the Bulldogs as a 2-seed, meaning they won't host a regional, due to their five Quad 4 losses and an RPI of 25. However, head coach Chris Lemonis points to early-season injuries that led to losses and highlights the team's 16 Quad 1 wins, the fourth-most in the nation. Lemonis believes MSU is among the best teams and hopes for a Starkville regional. The top 16 teams will be announced Sunday night, with the full field revealed Monday morning.

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Additional arrests made in Starkville shooting case

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www.wcbi.com – Grace Brister – 2024-05-25 19:13:49

SUMMARY: STARKVILLE, Miss. (WCBI) – Starkville made additional arrests related to the May 17 shooting at South Montgomery Street and Yellow Jacket . Three individuals were charged, 35-year-old Dionte Doss, who faces three counts of aggravated assault, possession of a weapon by a felon, and fighting. Additionally, 31-year-old Devierre Outlaw was for possessing a weapon as a felon. A vehicle was damaged, but no injuries were reported. These arrests bring the total to five. The investigation is ongoing. Anyone with information should contact the Starkville Police Department or Golden Triangle Stoppers. Follow updates via Facebook and X.

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Scattered storm and rain chances continue. – Home – WCBI TV

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www.wcbi.com – Sadie Morris – 2024-05-25 18:13:21

SUMMARY: COLUMBUS, Mississippi (WCBI) – will have varying weather. Saturday night may see scattered showers and thunderstorms with a possibility of strong winds and hail, clearing into Sunday morning. Sunday will be dry and hot with temperatures reaching the lower 90s, feeling like summertime. By Sunday night, scattered showers and storms may return, continuing into early Monday. Memorial Day will start with early morning showers but will clear by noon, with hot temperatures around the lower 90s. Next , a cold front will bring sunny and dry conditions, with highs in the mid to upper 80s and lows in the mid-60s.

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