A lot of audio from President Trumps visit to Biloxi yesterday. We kicked off "Gulf Coast Mornings with Kelly Bennett and Uncle Henry" with that story this Nov. 27.
Audio starts at :59 into the facebook feed.
Another top local story:
State officials are voicing outrage after one or more individuals hung seven nooses and left behind signs on the grounds of the State Capitol in Jackson yesterday morning. Governor Phil Bryant said in a statement that the perpetrators will be identified and prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. U.S. Attorney Mike Hurst says residents should respond to the incident by, among other things, voting today. Mississippi's dark past of lynching blacks was fueled recently when Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith said she would gladly take a front row seat at a public hanging if asked to by a supporter of hers during an appearance in Tupelo.