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Rep. John Lewis, D-Ga., will be the guest speaker for the University of Mississippi School of Law graduation on May 10, the university announced Tuesday.
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Transportation officials made a similar announcement last week for Greenville. It announced the order for the other three airports on Tuesday.
The Pascagoula School District's Arts Alive! Super Saturday will be 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at the Aaron Jones Family Interactive Center.
The Hancock County Sheriff's Office detectives who toiled to investigate the murder of Jaren Lockhart knew two significant dates were fast approaching.
Leslie Bounds practices in the area of business and taxation. Bounds received her J.D. from Mississippi College School of Law and her B.S. from Mississippi University for Women.
Two hunters brought together by a love of the outdoors formed a friendship leading one to donate a kidney to the other, a friendship that has led to a foundation aimed at sharing the outdoors with others.
A George County man will spend 30 years in prison day-for-day after pleading guilty Tuesday to 26 charges accusing him of sex crimes against two children under the age of 10. Gordon Dewayne Stewart, 41, pleaded guilty to a total of 12 charges of sexual battery and 14 charges of touching of a child for lustful purposes.
A building in Meridian that once served as a gathering point for those working to register blacks to vote and planning of civil rights activities in East Mississippi in the 1960s has been torn down.
I do not in any way intend to demean my friends from Mississippi in saying that.
AMANDA McCOY/SUN HERALDAnimal lover Wendy Kennedy sits with her three rescued dogs, Angel, Macy and Hearty, at Point Cadet, one of their favorite places to go for a walk and play, on Monday, April 21, 2014.
President Barack Obama last week announced the fourth and final installment of his $2 billion workforce development fund benefiting community colleges.
A Delta Dogs By Maude Schuyler Clay Introduction by Brad Watson, essay by Beth Ann Fennelly Published by University Press of Mississippi $35.00 cloth back Who doesn't like dogs? This is a coffee table book that's sure to bring smiles to a lot of faces along with some reflective pondering.
JACKSON -- Mississippi officials hope to begin training a new class of state troopers by November.
Rep. Mark Formby, R-Picayune, Sen. Brice Wiggins, R-Pascagoula, and Speaker of the House Philip Gunn stand by Gov. Phil Bryant as he signs into law 'Katieâ€™s Law.'
Len Blanton of Tupelo, chief financial officer for Nesco Electrical Distributors, must have seemed like a good fit when former Gov. Haley Barbour appointed him to the state College Savings Plan of Mississippi Board of Directors.
The Army wants to move all AH-64 Apache attack helicopters from the National Guard to active units.