Sunday Apr 20
Voter ID supporters: 'Integrity of vote' will be protected
Hattiesburg resident Babs Blanks definitely will be at the polls for the June 3 primaries.
South Mississippi runners race through clouds of color to raise more than $10K for HSSM
The Color Dash -- "The World's Brightest 5K" -- turned Tradition Village into a moving rainbow Saturday to help raise money for the Humane Society of South Mississippi.
Legislative support: Bond money gives LCSD flexibility with projects
Lamar County School District Superintendent Ben Burnett never realized how his occasional conversations with Sen. Joey Fillingane, R-Sumrall, would pay off.
Gulfport's Stiglets, St. Patrick's Turner earn Sun Herald Player of Week honors
Gulfport senior Ben Stiglets and St. Patrick junior Sabrina Turner are the Sun Herald South Mississippi Players of the Week.
The fight over Common Core
The two dozen children in teacher Lawrie Wallace's second-grade class are huddled over books and iPads.
Change to multistate corporation taxes heads to governor
Legislation that changes how the Mississippi Department of Revenue collects taxes from multistate corporations doing business in Mississippi is headed to Gov. Phil Bryant.
Cooper aid bill heads to governor
Both chambers of the Legislature on Monday gave approval to the Mississippi Development Authority to commit $20 million to Cooper Tire over a three-year period for the modernization of its Tupelo manufacturing plant.
Mormons to host ice cream social for girls, women on Saturday
A live broadcast of the conference will be translated into 55 languages, reaching millions around the world in chapels, on television and radio, and over the Internet.