Dr. Sung – May is Huntington’s Disease Awareness Month

Dr. Victor Sung(Director of UAB’s Huntington’s Disease Clinic – an HDSA Center of Excellence in Alabama) joined the conversation by phone to bring you some good news regarding the treatment of Huntington’s Disease as May is Huntington’s Disease Awareness Month. If you missed his conversation with JT, you can find it here –

Nic Lott is Running for PSC

Nic Lott is a Republican candidate running for the office of Public Service Commissioner – Central District, and he stopped by the studio to sit down with JT and discuss his decision to throw his hat in the ring. From spam calls on your cell phone to the prospect of Rural Broadband Internet services. If … Continue reading “Nic Lott is Running for PSC”

The Future of Trucking Today!

Jim Richards(CEO – KLLM Transport Services) stopped by the studio to discuss their Driving Academy program that allows you to come in off the street with little-to-no experience and be a truck driver in short time. Mr. Richards also touched on the future of the trucking industry and how they hope to improve the safety … Continue reading “The Future of Trucking Today!”

Mississippi Representin’ at Memphis in May

Malcolm Reed(Killer Hogs BBQ and HowToBBQRight.com) joined the conversation LIVE from his perch at Memphis in May as he watches over 24 racks of ribs on the smoker to talk with YOU about the BBQ competition this weekend. If you missed his conversation with JT, you can find it here –

Mississippi’s Inimitable Insurance Commissioner

Mississippi’s Insurance Commissioner Mike Chaney stopped by the studio to discuss a wide variety of topics – from giving away thousands of fire alarms(as the State Fire Marshall – Mr. Chaney wears many hats) to the dangers of texting and driving(and how it negatively impacts YOUR insurance rates). If you missed his conversation with JT, … Continue reading “Mississippi’s Inimitable Insurance Commissioner”

Coca-Cola’s Storied History in Northeast Mississippi

Kenneth W. Williams, President of Corinth Coca-Cola BottlingWorks, Inc, stopped by Lake Hill Motors in Corinth to sit down with JT and discuss the long history of Coca-Cola in Northeast Mississippi and how you can get a glimpse into the storied past when you visit Corinth. If you missed his conversation with JT, you can … Continue reading “Coca-Cola’s Storied History in Northeast Mississippi”

National Charter School Week

Richard Roberson(General Counsel and Vice President for Policy and State Advocacy with the Mississippi Hospital Association) stopped by the studio to discuss the work being done to provide educational opportunities to Mississippi students. If you missed her conversation, you can find it here –  

Mississippi Hospitals Offer Medicaid Expansion Alternative

Richard Roberson(General Counsel and Vice President for Policy and State Advocacy with the Mississippi Hospital Association) stopped by the studio to discuss their proposal that would help Mississippians who can’t quite afford private insurance but make too much to qualify for Medicaid. If you missed his conversation with JT, you can find it here –

Prison Reform in Mississippi

Jerry Mitchell(Mississippi Center for Investigative Reporting) stopped by the studio to discuss the problems facing the prison population in Mississippi and how the recent prison reform might help(or hurt) the process of prisoner re-integration. If you missed his conversation with JT, you can find it here –

Problems Facing Mississippi Students and State Testing

Representative Tom Miles stopped by the studio to break down the hurdles faced by Mississippi students when they’re forced into this farcical state testing, after shadowing a teacher last week to help proctor the state tests. If you missed his conversation with JT, you can find it here –

Cottage Food Operators and Stadium Subsidies

Brett Kittredge(Mississippi Center for Public Policy) joins the discussion on some of the problems with Mississippi’s cottage food laws and how stadium subsidies might’ve under-performed when it comes to their economic impact. If you missed his conversation with JT, you can find it here –

Mississippi Fallen Officer Memorial

Capt. Johnny Polous(Director of Public Affairs for Mississippi Highway Patrol) stops by to discuss the 2019 Fallen Officers Memorial Service scheduled for tomorrow and to give the details on Officer Robert McKeithen’s funeral taking place later today. If you missed the conversation with JT, you can find it here –