Thursday Apr 10
Mississippi Business Journal
C Spirea s fiber to home program gets recognition
C Spire's ultra-high speed 1 Gbps fiber to the home initiative in Mississippi has been selected by Broadband Communities for a 2014 Cornerstone Award.
Starrett: Reform needed
A Mississippi federal judge is praising the Legislature's passing a bill to reform the state's criminal justice system.
Fort Hood victim from McComb out of the hospital
A Mississippi soldier injured in Wednesday's shooting at Fort Hood has been released from a Texas hospital.
6 to be honored at Hamer luncheon at Jackson State University
Jackson State University's Fannie Lou Hamer Institue @ COFO will recognize six agents of change during the 2014 Fannie Lou Hamer Humanitarian Awards Luncheon at 11:30 a.m. Friday in Ballrooms A & B of the JSU Student Union.
Wife: Mississippi man among 20 shot at Fort Hood
McCOMB -- The wife of a soldier from McComb says he is among 16 people wounded by a soldier who killed three others and himself at Fort Hood, Texas.
Pike narrows search for schools chief
MCCOMB, Miss. -- The North Pike School District Board has narrowed the field to three candidates in its search for a new superintendent of schools.
Mother recounts fire that killed 1-year-old son
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IRS scammers victimizing Mississippi residents
If the IRS calls you, it's not the IRS - even if your caller ID says it is. That's the warning federal officials are giving to Mississippi residents and taxpayers across the country as a nationwide phone scam has burned unsuspecting people so far to the tune of $1 million.