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15 hrs ago | Sunherald.com
The Sun Herald reports Grace Fisher, the department's communications director, confirmed the investigation Tuesday.
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20 hrs ago | Sunherald.com
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.
Yesterday | WVIZ-TV Cleveland
This is a big get for Democrats, since their candidate for governor, Ed FitzGerald, far behind Republican incumbent John Kasich in fundraising.
Yesterday | WFAA-TV Dallas
A cold frontal boundary extended from the western Gulf Coast to the central Great Lakes on Monday, while a separate cold front approached the West Coast.
Yesterday | Hattiesburg American
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.
Mississippi's lawsuit against the Federal Flood Insurance Program will be withdrawn pending the Federal Emergency Management Agency's implementation of a new law passed by Congress meant to alleviate some of the dramatic rate increases facing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.
More than 30 Mississippi businesses are teaming up to combat the state's newly enacted "religious freedom" law, which gives businesses the right to deny service to LGBT people or anyone else who contradicts an owner's religious beliefs.
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 .
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.
With corn prices down, Mississippi farmers are likely to plant more cotton than 2013's record low acreage.
In the woods off Monroe Road, a truck is so rusted that it is melting into the earth.
Haley Barbour, former Mississippi governor and Republican National Committee chairman, will keynote the 2014 Ohio Republican Party State Dinner on May 10 along with Ohio Gov. John Kasich.
In this Tuesday April 23, 2013 file photo, Everett Dutschke stands in the street near his home in Tupelo, Miss., and waits for the FBI to arrive and search his home in connection with the sending of poisoned letters to President Barack Obama and others.
A Jackson man was indicted Wednesday on charges that he defrauded his bankrupt business of more than $9 million.