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A Mississippi judge on Friday dismissed state Sen. Chris McDaniel's challenge of longtime Sen. Thad Cochran's June Republican primary runoff victory.
Republican U.S. Rep. Alan Nunnelee said Friday that he's returning to Mississippi to continue recovering from a stroke while he runs for re-election.
Rep. Alan Nunnelee has recovered enough from recent brain surgery to be able to return home to Mississippi, he announced Friday.
June marked the 50th anniversary of Freedom Summer, the campaign launched to register African American voters in Mississippi that became a turning point in the civil rights movement.
Fourteen Mississippi school districts filed a lawsuit in Hinds County Chancery Court on Thursday demanding full funding of the state's schools.
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The University of Mississippi, colloquially known as Ole Miss, is leveraging Apple's iBeacon technology to enhance the fan experience during sports events and link to a rewards program.
A witness says that the attack on a 32-year-old veteran outside a Mississippi Huddle House may have been racially motivated.
The approval Tuesday came while Chris McDaniel 's challenge of his Republican primary loss to Cochran is still waiting to go to trial.
Mississippi off-highway-vehicle riders will have 9.5 miles of additional trails available when the U.S. Forest Service reopens Phase One of the Rattlesnake Bay OHV Trails in DeSoto National Forest on Sept.
A couple accused of leaving their severely injured 2-year-old daughter at a hospital and keeping their other adopted children in putrid conditions is back in Union County after five years on the run.
The early, uncertain track of what has become Tropical Storm Cristobal opened the eyes of many that peak hurricane season is here.
A new law in Mississippi requires TANF , or welfare applicants, to answer a questionnaire that could lead to drug testing.
Seats assigned to Mississippi are empty at the Democratic Convention on Aug. 24, 1964.
Updated: Sat Aug 30, 2014 01:47 pm
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