- It's been just over a week since the Mississippi Legislature wrapped up work for this year's legislative session, and two local lawmakers are not seeing eye-to-eye on some issues involving education.
- A new piece of legislation is poised to become law in Mississippi which could send public school teachers and principals to prison for cheating on state testing. Senate Bill 2258 is expected to be signed into law later this month by the governor.
- Alabama Senate President Pro Tem Del Marsh said some students getting private school scholarships under a state program could be in danger of losing them unless lawmakers make adjustments.
- The FBI says it has discussed autopsy results with the family of a black man found hanging from in a tree in Mississippi. But it's not known when the information might be released publicly.
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