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In declining to set an execution date for Crawford in March in a separate capital murder case, the Supreme Court said it decide the appeal of previous rape conviction first.
Mississippi recently held a statewide election in which for the first time a "Voter I.D." was required before being allowed to vote.
Gulfport Police Chief Leonard Papania says charges were filed Wednesday against 29-year-old Alberto Julio Garcia of Gulfport, identified several days ago as a person of interest in the slaying of Ja-Naya Thompson.
The United States Chamber of Commerce has been traditionally viewed as the lobbyists in Washington for Big Business.
The McDaniel campaign may yet have their day in court to plead foul play in Mississippi's Republican Primary, but that seems an unlikely route for Chris McDaniel to have the chance to represent the people of Mississippi in the United States Senate.
Tuition at Mississippi's junior and community colleges will increase by an average of about 4 percent this fall, according to figures from the state Board of Community and Junior Colleges.
In a cordial phone call with me Tuesday regarding my column this week called " Barbour's Mississippi Mud ," Henry Barbour, Mississippi's Republican National Committeeman, clarified several points.
That's Mississippi's approach to invasive Asian carp, a pesky fish the state is trying to turn into a job creator by catching and exporting it to China.
More than a dozen people spoke during a hearing to gather feedback about the state law.
The state law was supposed take effect July 1 but was delayed after advocacy groups chided the agency for not holding a forum about how the measure might affect the poor.
Thirty-five of the state's brightest young ladies will be in Meridian this week to represent their county in the Distinguished Young Women of Mississippi 2015 Program.
BIG RIVER Minot State University 7/18-7/23/2014 Twain's timeless classic sweeps us down the mighty Mississippi as the irrepressible Huck Finn helps his friend Jim, a slave, escape to freedom at the mouth of the Ohio River.
The Mississippi Supreme Court is being asked to determine whether a pardon by the governor should be grounds to wipe clean a criminal record.
The Mississippi Center for Legal Services has received a new grant which will be used for resource development efforts and direct legal assistance through its call center.
Updated: Thu Jul 24, 2014 02:35 am
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