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MSU women’s basketball falls to Florida at home

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www.wcbi.com – Grace Ybarra – 2024-02-11 23:07:15

SUMMARY: Mississippi women's basketball lost to Florida, ending a five- winning streak. The Gators won 90-70, mainly due to their 70% shooting in the first half. Despite an injury to center Jessika Carter, the Bulldogs could only close the gap to 11 points in the second half. Coach Sam Purcell expressed frustration over the team's inability to stop Florida's scoring. Mississippi State is now 20-6 and 7-4 in the conference. Their next game is on February 18th against .

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How gas prices have changed in Mississippi in the last week

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www.wjtv.com – Stacker – 2024-02-24 10:14:34

SUMMARY: Gasoline prices have remained steady this due to a key refinery in the Midwest, the Whiting, Indiana BP refinery, preparing to reopen. Despite ongoing conflicts in the Middle East and Ukraine, gas prices have not seen large increases due to a strong domestic oil supply. Statistics show that gas prices in Mississippi are currently at $2.85, with Hattiesburg the highest prices in the . Nationally, Hawaii has the most expensive gas at $4.70, while Oklahoma has the cheapest at $2.85. The article emphasizes the importance of the U.S.'s production of oil in lessening reliance on foreign sources.

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Endangered Child Alert issued for 9-year-old Jackson boy

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www.wjtv.com – Kaitlin Howell – 2024-02-23 21:00:32

SUMMARY: A Missing/Endangered Child Alert has been issued for nine-year-old boy, Jamiez P. Ramirez, who was last seen on February 9th. He may be with Marion and suffers from a medical that could impair his judgment. Anyone with information should contact the Jackson Department or 911.

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Tupelo students learn about African American journalists

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www.wcbi.com – Aundrea Self – 2024-02-23 18:53:07

SUMMARY: at High School in courses are researching African American journalists, both past and present. Aundrea Self, a journalist, spoke to the students about the importance of seeking truth and it responsibly. She also shared her experiences in the field, interviewing former President Barack Obama. The students are learning about both and print journalism through this research . This visit highlighted the significance of African American journalists in the media industry and provided insight into the world of journalism for the students.

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