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22 min ago | Daily Times Leader
Civitan president Margaret Shelton presided over Wednesday's meeting of the West Point Civitan Luncheon Club and reminded the members that the club's Christmas party is noon, Dec. 18, at the Bryan Public Library.
What's the best route to energy independence?
Could you have a romantic liaison with someone of opposite political beliefs to you?
4 hrs ago | The Clarion-Ledger
The potential for freezing rain in Mississippi's northwest corner is lighting the usual fire under folks to stock up in case they're stuck indoors for a spell.
8 hrs ago | CBS Local
A police pursuit ended with the arrest of former Baltimore Ravens player in Mississippi.
9 hrs ago | The Clarion-Ledger
While parts of the Mid-South may get up to a half-inch of ice and another two to four inches of sleet or snow, Marlene Mickelson, a meteorologist in Memphis, Tenn., said rain will be the weather pattern for much of north Mississippi.
10 hrs ago | The Miami Herald
Louisiana State University Professor David Dismukes was hired by the Mississippi Energy Institute to look at opportunities that might arise from the U.S. boom in natural gas production.
14 hrs ago | Hattiesburg American
Built in 1919, Ross Hall was among the first buildings on the then 10-acre campus of Mississippi Woman's College, now William Carey University.
Massive balloon creations, magic tricks and smiling faces mingled together to compose a cheerful atmosphere for the Mississippi Kidney Foundation's Christmas party.
JACKSON -- In 2011, the Mississippi Arts Commission commissioned the Mississippi State University Stennis Institute to conduct a study of the Whole Schools Initiative.
GOVERNOR BILL ALLAIN WHO DIED YESTERDAY. 16 WAPT'S TIFFANEY BRADLEY TELLS US-- "HOW" HE'S BEING REMEMBERED.
In Mississippi, as in the 35 other states where healthcare.gov is running the enrollment show, it hasn't been easy to sign up for the health law's new insurance options.
I suppose next week you're going to solicit the opinion of the Mayor of Chicago for a "balanced" article on the same subject.
Here's a glance at parts of the Joint Legislative Budget Committee's proposed spending plan for fiscal 2015, which begins July 1: The committee recommends that several programs receive the same amount of money in FY15 that they're receiving in FY14.
Two of Mississippi's three state prisons now have new superintendents. Mississippi Department of Corrections Commissioner Chris Epps said Central Mississippi Correctional Facility Superintendent Johnnie Denmark is the new leader at South Mississippi Correctional Institution in Leakesville, and Michael White succeeds Denmark at CMCF.
Besides the South Mississippi native, the list has pop culture icons including Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, Miley Cyrus, actress Jennifer Lawrence and the stars of the TLC show Duck Dynasty.
Gov. Phil Bryant proposes to allocate $362 million to the Mississippi Department of Corrections for the fiscal year starting July 1, plus another $14 million to supplement expenses for the rest of this year.
CLEVELAND - The "Enlightenment of W.C. Handy" is the subject of the next Mississippi Blues Trail marker to be unveiled Thursday at the Bolivar County Courthouse.