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Speaker White discusses education, healthcare reforms

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www.wjtv.com – Richard Lake – 2024-06-10 21:00:51

SUMMARY: , Miss. (WJTV) – With the 2025 Mississippi Legislative approaching, lawmakers are preparing for significant changes. House Speaker Jason White (R-Miss.) emphasized ongoing education reforms, focusing on school choice and vouchers the new public education formula passed in 2024. White advocates for allowing to transfer between for practical reasons like parental employment proximity. White, who has experienced both public and private education, insists public school funding won't be jeopardized by vouchers. Additionally, healthcare reforms, including certificate of need reviews and potential expansion, will be addressed to tackle the 's doctor shortage and improve workforce .

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Tip line created for information on Brunett case

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www.wjtv.com – Rachel Hernandez – 2024-06-15 21:44:39

SUMMARY: In Loranger, , 6-year-old Jalie Brunett was kidnapped, and her mother Callie and sister Erin, 3, were murdered. Callie was found dead in her locked mobile home by her father. The were abducted before 8 a.m. and Daniel Callihan was in , Mississippi. Erin was found dead in a wooded area, while Jalie was found alive and hospitalized. Evidence possibly linked to human trafficking was discovered. Another suspect, Victoria Cox, was also arrested. The FBI is seeking public assistance through a digital tip line for more information on the case. Call 1-800-225-5324 or visit the FBI's website.

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MCSO part-time academy graduates ready to protect and serve

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www.wcbi.com – Allie Martin – 2024-06-15 21:44:31

SUMMARY: Class Four cadets at the Monroe County Sheriff's Office part-time academy a grueling eighteen- course that included topics on street , gangs, and driving, and rigorous PT tests. They experienced OC (pepper spray) firsthand, described as extremely painful yet a crucial team-building exercise. The final month involved written tests and graduation. Instructors and Sheriff Kevin Crook were credited for pushing cadets to their limits, fostering endurance, and instilling a sense of duty. Graduates expressed readiness to apply their in their respective roles, emphasizing community service and continuous professional . The next academy starts in January.

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Annual Juneteenth Parade makes its way Downtown Columbus

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www.wcbi.com – Anthony Jenkins – 2024-06-15 21:42:04

SUMMARY: COLUMBUS, Miss. (WCBI) – Columbus celebrated its 3rd annual Juneteenth Parade , with community members participating by bringing their vehicles. The parade extended from the Walk Soccer Complex to the Columbus Department. Coordinator Leroy Brooks expressed pride in the turnout, noting the community's engagement and the importance of the . Brooks highlighted the significance of people understanding Juneteenth's relevance. The parade also marked the start of the 27th annual Juneteenth . For more information, follow WCBI on Facebook and X for 24/7 and updates.

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