The Mississippi Development Authority says Tuesday's scheduled press briefing regarding recently-enacted energy legislation has been postponed until next month.
A federal appeals panel has upheld the dismissal of a lawsuit filed by a group of Mississippi Gulf Coast residents and landowners who alleged that emissions by energy companies contributed to global warming, which intensified Hurricane Katrina, which, in turn, damaged their property.
The Supreme Court won't order new legislative elections in Mississippi over complaints about the timing of the state's redistricting.
Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant and Republican U.S. Sen. Roger Wicker lead a list of speakers for the American Legion's Boys State on the campus of Mississippi State University this month.
Ernie Flint, an agronomist at the Mississippi State University Extension Service, says many of the state's farmers are running about month behind but still have time to catch up before it's too late to plant crops.
Mississippi Supreme Court Chief Justice Bill Waller Jr. will speak Wednesday at the opening of a three-day conference in of the Mississippi Association of Drug Court Professionals.
A lawyer who was active in a black nationalist group decades ago is running for mayor of Mississippi's capital city.
Nissan Motor Co.'s Mississippi plant is on track to receive more state aid and tax breaks than what state and company officials have previously revealed, according to a study paid for by the United Auto Workers, which is questioning whether the state is getting enough for its money.
Simeon Gray was pulled from Spring Creek in the area that search and rescue K-9s teams indicated they had a hit.
Mississippi farmer Keith Morton continues to study, seek advice, and adopt practices that will enable him to increase yields and revenues while improving the land he farms.
Multiple officers could be seen outside of Nick's Bar on 23rd Avenue around noon.
In a recent Tuesday the streets of many of our municipalities were lined with fellow citizens and supporters of mayoral, aldermanic and council candidates waving signs and banners in behalf of their favorites.
Gautier Police Chief Dante Elbin accepts the first "Golden Cat Award" from Mississippi Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann Wednesday in the Gautier Municipal Court.
Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant, left, and Bill Krueger, vice chairman of Nissan Americas, talk before Kruegar spoke about models to be produced at Nissan's Canton, Mississippi, plant, Thursday, June 28, 2012, in Canton.
Seniors statewide are streaming to Mississippi State University to get over the hurdle and receive diplomas with classmates.