Everyone should be buckling up when they get into a vehicle, no matter where you sit. That’s the message from Mississippi Highway Patrol as they travel the state with their rollover simulator. The machine shows you what it looks like when a rollover crash happens at 40 miles per hour. Just 40 MPH: MHP says … Continue reading “A Rollover Story: Why you should buckle up every time you get into a car”
This week on “In a Mississippi Minute with Steve Azar” – author Julia Reed and musician Edwin McCain. You can hear it live – online at SuperTalk.fm/Listen – Thursdays & Fridays at 1 p.m.
NASA did a “hot fire” rocket engine test earlier Wednesday at Stennis Space Center, the first one of 2019. The RS-25 rocket features a developmental engine designed to take humans farther in space than we’ve ever gone before – back to the Moon and ultimately Mars. Four RS-25s, when fired simultaneously, produce two million pounds … Continue reading “Stennis Space Center tests rocket that will take humans to Mars”
There are more than 4,000 furloughed federal workers in Mississippi and a local foodie group wanted to do something to help them out. The Jackson Foodies are holding a gift card drive – collecting gift cards through Friday, January 25. They’re looking for gift cards in any amount to help furloughed families buy food, groceries, … Continue reading “Jackson Foodies working to help furloughed federal workers”
Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann announced he was running for Lieutenant Governor Wednesday morning on The Gallo Radio Show. When asked why people should vote for him, here’s what he had to say: Watch the entire announcement here from our Facebook page: Or listen On Demand
Looking to make a change in 2019 – like selling your house? Even if you’re not ready to do it today, you can get the process started. Realtor Alyssa Dillon shares three tips for getting your home ready to sell in 2019. Call or email Alyssa for more information on listing your home.
Mississippi Blood Services put out an emergency call for blood donations as their supplies are “almost gone”. Merle Eldridge has been working as the Marketing/PR person for Mississippi Blood Services for five years, and says this is “the barest I’ve seen our supplies.” Because blood supplies are so low, Mississippi’s largest hospital (and only trauma … Continue reading “Mississippi’s largest hospital cancels elective surgeries due to blood shortage”
I love Christmas and really love Christmas movies – the cheesier the better. My mom and I have this annual tradition of watching every Hallmark Christmas movie we can get our hands on (and stay awake watching). While watching, we try to figure out how the movie will end before the other one figures it … Continue reading “Christmas Movie Bingo”
Photos and videos are a big part of the experience on Facebook. And the tech giant said earlier today that a “bug” in September may have exposed people’s photos to third-party apps. Apps they hadn’t given permission to. The time period in question was from September 13 to September 25 of this year. “When someone … Continue reading “Facebook “bug” affects 6.8 million users”
SuperTalk Mississippi is offering “A Mississippi Christmas” hosted by Steve Azar, starting at 6pm on Christmas Eve. It’s 24 hours of Christmas music, hand-picked by Steve as he shares stories from his family and friends. What’s your favorite Christmas song? Members of the SuperTalk team share their favorites with you… and we noticed a trend … Continue reading “24 hours of Christmas music coming to SuperTalk Mississippi”
There’s a line in “Santa Claus is Coming to Town” that says: “he sees when you are sleeping, he knows when you’re awake”. Turns out – Santa’s not the only one tracking your every move. The apps on your phone are keeping tabs on you, even while you sleep. And that information is available to … Continue reading “Your apps are tracking your every move, and you may not even know it”
Conner Reeves and Jamie Grantham from Medical Marijuana 2020 stopped by The Gallo Radio Show to talk about the proposed ballot initiative for Mississippi. Similar bills have died in front of the Mississippi Legislature, and this group decided to “go around” lawmakers, taking the question right to the voters of Mississippi. Read more about the … Continue reading “What would “Medical Marijuana” mean in Mississippi?”