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The Boy Scouts of America will vote next week at its national meeting whether to partially lift its long-standing exclusion of gays.
Saturday | Mississippi Business Journal
A mixed-use development on the site of Jackson's Old Blind School has confirmed tenants a few months before construction begins.
The Democratic candidates for Jackson mayor, Chokwe Lumumba and Jonathan Lee, didn't hold back during a runoff debate Friday night.
More than a half century after his wife drowned in a Louisiana lake, Mississippi native Felix Vail is now facing a murder charge in her death - making his case the oldest prosecution of a serial killer suspect in U.S. history.
Dr. John D. Damon is the CEO of Mississippi Children's Home Services in Jackson.
Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant, left, and Bill Krueger, vice chairman of Nissan Americas, talk before Kruegar spoke about models to be produced at Nissan's Canton, Mississippi, plant, Thursday, June 28, 2012, in Canton.
If confirmed, Brown would be the first African-American woman to serve as a federal district judge in the state, said a spokesman for U.S. Sen.
Southaven Mayor Greg Davis took the stand Thursday in his civil trial, which reconvened Monday in Jackson, Mississippi.
NAACP leaders are in Mississippi to recognize the 50th anniversary of the shooting death of NAACP state field secretary Medgar Evers.
Fellows Mississippi Court of Appeals Judge Virginia Carlton, Chancery Judge Carter O. Bise and Circuit Judges Kathy King Jackson and Jannie M. Lewis have been named Fellows of the Mississippi Bar Foundation.
A 16 WAPT News crew was with the family of a missing Alzheimer's patient when they got the call that he had been found.
In this April 15, 2013 photograph, abortion opponent Corrie Zastrow, left, calls out to patients while clinic escorts secure signs on the front gates to prevent abortion opponents from visually confronting patients as they enter the Jackson Women's Health Organization clinic in Jackson, Miss.
"The city isn't doing anything to this. We haven't seen a truck out here working on this in I can't tell you how long, and this has been going on for months," resident Anthony Puckett said.
Men's Health magazine ranked the capital city as the least active in the U.S. The magazine listed 100 cities and ranked them based on the activity level of residents.
StateStreet Group, out of Jackson, Miss., has purchased a 50,000-square-foot warehouse at 1920 Air Lane Drive.
Former Jacksonville Jaguars receiver Jimmy Smith has begun serving a six-year prison term in Mississippi for drug possession and weapons charges, online state corrections records show.