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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.
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The Supreme Court won't order new legislative elections in Mississippi over complaints about the timing of the state's redistricting.
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.
Founder Thomas Jefferson warned, "Experience hath shown, that even under the best forms of government those entrusted with power have, in time, and by slow operations, perverted it into tyranny." Medicaid must be reauthorized this year.
President Barack Obama has nominated Jackson attorney Debra M. Brown to be a U.S. District judge for northern Mississippi.
In Mississippi, where the overall unemployment rate was 8.7 percent in the fourth quarter of 2012 , African American families continue to bear the brunt of that economic pain.
MADISON - All American Check Cashing announced today the completion of the acquisition of 10 payday loan retail stores today throughout Mississippi.
Founder Thomas Jefferson warned "Experience hath shown, that even under the best forms of government those entrusted with power have, in time, and by slow operations, perverted it into tyranny." Medicaid must be reauthorized this year.
On Fox Business Network last night, former Mississippi governor Haley Barbour joked about the now-popular comparison between the use of the Internal Revenue Service under the Nixon and Obama administrations: "At least in the Nixon administration, using the word 'patrioitic' did not put you on the enemies list." Over the last week, the IRS has ... (more)
The land now known as the State of Tennessee has been home to numerous American Indian peoples the past several thousand years.
This one hour radio special is the first in a series of "at-large" conversations presently categorized under the old "Bat Segundo" label.
Mississippi legislative Democrats say they're working on proposals to keep Medicaid alive and funded in the budget year that starts July 1. They say they're doing this in case Republican Gov.
Sen. Thad Cochran has introduced a series of amendments intended to ensure the safety of Mississippians from flooding or storm surge threats that might result from a new flood control proposal for Louisiana.