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Levels of obesity, high blood pressure and diabetes are lower in cities where a higher percentage of commuters bicycle or walk to work, and cities where drivers get used to sharing the road with bikers and walkers generally have lower rates of pedestrian and bike fatalities.
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SBA Administrator Maria Contreras-Sweet said Tuesday that the loans were made available in response to an April 8 letter from Gov. Phil Bryant, requesting a disaster declaration by the SBA.
Investigators are gathering information in the homicide of 21-year-old Britton Owens, shot to death early Monday at William Bell Apartments.
This is a big get for Democrats, since their candidate for governor, Ed FitzGerald, far behind Republican incumbent John Kasich in fundraising.
California was more than just a destination for grizzled mine workers looking to capitalize on the Gold Rush of the 1800s.
Christopher Carl Brown argued to the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans that a Mississippi judge erroneously determined he was the leader of the drug ring and gave him a longer sentence for it.
A line of strong thunderstorms is moving into eastern New Orleans , eastern St. Tammany Parish and Mississippi coastal counties on Monday afternoon, prompting a special weather statement from the Slidell office of the National Weather Service.
The president of the Mississippi Tea Party said Monday that state Republican chairman Joe Nosef needs to either remain neutral in the Republican U.S. Senate primary or step down.
With the announcement this week of Donna Tartt capturing the Pulitzer Prize for fiction, another star is added to Mississippi's literary crown.
Joni and Buddy McClain are tested, successful entrepreneurs after forming a company operating more than 60 Sonic locations and opening the McClain Lodge.
Mississippi's lawsuit against the Federal Flood Insurance Program will be withdrawn pending the Federal Emergency Management Agency's implementation of a new law passed by Congress meant to alleviate some of the dramatic rate increases facing Mississippi homeowners, Commissioner of Insurance Mike Chaney said today.
The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency and the National Weather Service are asking residents to prepare for the possibility of another round of severe storms tonight through Monday evening.
A Republican Party U.S. Senate candidate from Mississippi is in serious hot water for some pretty ridiculous comments he made about black Americans and Latinos that surfaced last week via the Washington Post .
The June 3 party primaries for the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives will be the first elections in which Mississippians will be required to show a government-issued photo ID when voting.
Something exciting is happening throughout Mississippi. It's called "Better Schools = Better Jobs," and I've joined to circulate petitions so that Mississippians can vote on adequate funding for our K-12 schools.
Four students from South Mississippi are among those honored for their volunteer efforts by The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards nationwide program.