Former Speaker of the House Billy McCoy passed away November 12 in Tupelo, where he had been hospitalized for about two weeks, according to Rep. Steve Holland of Plantersville. McCoy, a Democrat from the north Mississippi town of Rienzi, was known for his down-to-earth demeanor and for his temper that could spark up from time … Continue reading “Billy McCoy remembered on the Gallo Show”
Jim Hood, democratic candidate for governor, joined Paul Gallo this morning. Hear what he had to say when confronted with some serious questions.
Families first for Mississippi is opening a new Mississippi Community Education Center in downtown Jackson with the mission to continue to help families across the Magnolia State in new and innovative ways. Check out the interview here!
What’s going to happen if it keeps raining? Brandon natives William, Cara and Carson Bristow have produced a powerful documentary on the disastrous Delta flooding that’s been affecting families along the Mississippi River. Watch the entire interview here:
In case you missed it, we got to sit down and visit with Lynn Fitch as the primary runoff election approaches.
Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves joined the Gallo Show Monday to talk about the upcoming runoff election in the GOP Primary for Governor. ———————————————————-
Our nation’s Veterans are some of our most important connections to our country’s history of freedom. We’re talking to three Vietnam Veterans this morning, including State Insurance Dept. Commissioner Mike Chaney. Join us for this very special episode of the Gallo Show!
U.S. Attorney Mike Hurst joined the Gallo Show this morning to talk about crime and how his office is partnering with other U.S. Attorney offices to help keep Mississippians safe. Catch the whole interview here:
In case you missed it, the Vicksburg National Military Park is getting an incredible expansion: 800 acres of some of the most historic battlefields of the Civil War. Catch the interview with Dave Hughes, filling in for Paul!
As we wait for the stars to shine on the next generation, let’s take a trip back in time…to visit Herman. On Mississippi Magic with Paul Gallo.
Aaron Rice, executive director of the Mississippi Justice Institute, joined the Gallo Show to talk about how one company is feeling the heat from the state department of agriculture. Catch Gallo every weekday morning 6-9! 🍔🚫🚔 Could selling “vegan meat burgers” in Mississippi get you in trouble with the law? We’re talking to Aaron Rice … Continue reading “GalloShow: Could selling “vegan meat burgers” get you in trouble with the law?”