How the Mississippi governor got his son into the hospital with an infection

The Mississippi Governor’s Office announced Thursday that Dr. Michael S. Taylor has been admitted to the University of Mississippi Medical Center after a case of pneumonia.

Taylor is in isolation at the hospital, where he has been recovering.

The governor said Thursday afternoon that he was relieved to hear Taylor was recovering and hoped to have him out of isolation as soon as possible.

He was the medical director for the Mississippi Department of Health and Hospitals when he became governor in 2015.


Phil Bryant, a Republican, has faced criticism for using state funds to hire Taylor to serve as health director.

He said Thursday that he had not hired Taylor because he could not afford to pay him.

He said that he will not make any changes to the director position until Taylor is released from the hospital.

Bryant has defended his use of state money to hire the physician, saying the budget was set aside for that purpose and that the health department was not under any obligation to pay Taylor.

The director position was set up to pay for hospitalization of patients with pneumonia.

Taylor’s office said Thursday he will be reimbursed by the state if he is discharged.

The governor said he was glad that he is now getting help.

“The hospital is here to provide the highest quality care for those patients that we see,” Bryant said.

“We want them to be successful and get well.

We will pay for that.

We want them in the hospital as soon possible.

We’ll get them back as soon we can.

And if they are successful, we’ll make it right.”

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NEW YORK — A man has been charged with attempted murder after he was found hanging from a rope in a park, authorities said.

Authorities say the man was hanging from the rope in front of the Central Park Zoo and asked for his life to be spared, according to the New York City Police Department.

The NYPD’s Hate Crimes Task Force says the man had a rope tied around his neck and was hanging in Central Park’s Park Zoo when he was spotted by police.

Police say the person was identified as a black man.

The man was found in a field in the park, suffering from apparent strangulation.

He was taken to the hospital, where he was pronounced dead.

The police report does not say why the man hanged, but police say he was hanging on the rope from the roof of a vehicle.

The vehicle was later found abandoned at a nearby park.

Which state has the highest crime rate?

The state with the highest number of murders per 100,000 residents in the past three years was Alabama, according to a police report.

The state had the third highest murder rate in the country in 2014, behind Georgia and California, according the report by the Bureau of Justice Statistics.

“The rate of murder is higher in Alabama than in most of the states we studied,” said Michael Ladd, a criminologist at the University of Southern Mississippi.

The number of violent crimes in Alabama increased by 3.9% in 2014.

The rate of violent crime was 9.1% in 2015.

Last year, Alabama had the highest murder rates per 100 in the U.S., followed by Georgia at 7.9, and California at 6.9.

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