Internet crime is constantly taking place, and it often goes undetected. As technology continues to improve and play a greater role in our lives, criminals are also refining their skills online. Attorney General Jim Hood today asked Mississippi consumers and businesses to continue to be cautious of Internet crime.... Read More.
The Summit Elementary School has the only virtual reality lab in the state of Mississippi. The school, which is part of the McComb School District houses the zSpace STEM lab, which stands for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics is made from two recycled school buses, but that is only... Read More.
On July 1st, the Mississippi Public Service Commission began a “No Call” registry with the intent of reducing the number of calls made my telemarketers. Since then, over 62,000 have signed up for this service. If you are interested in having your name on the list, go to the... Read More.
Been waiting to be able to take the best country music in the pine belt along on your smartphone or tablet? Well now you can. Station owner Tommy McDaniel, Operations Manager Caston Countz, and WJDR Station Manager Megan Brown are pleased to announce the inclusion of WJDR on TuneIn... Read More.
Beginning July 1st, Mississippians can now add their cell phone number to the “No Call” list. You can register your cell phone by signing up at http://www.psc.state.ms.us or call 1-800-356-6430. Once you sign up, it will take a couple of months for it to make the list. After that,... Read More.
Tommy McDaniel, owner of WCJU-FM announced Friday morning that the station can now be streamed on cellphone or tablet through the TuneIn Radio app. The app, which can be found through the google app store, will now allow anyone to listen to WCJU’s programming of daytime talk and nighttime... Read More.