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WLBT-TV reports Kayzlyn Thomas, a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians, was hit Dec. 5 in the parking lot of the Philadelphia Game Stop.
Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann said the secretary of the state's citizens support the voter ID law.
On my nearly stone-age era telephone/answering machine at my desk in the state Capitol is a message left by U.S. Sen. Thad Cochran.
Gov. Phil Bryant proclaimed 2014 as the "Year of the Creative Economy: Mississippi Homecoming" during a ceremony with renowned pianist Bruce Levingston, a Mississippi native.
Nearly 13,500 Mississippians could lose their long-term unemployment benefits by the end of the month if Congress doesn't act, White House officials said Tuesday.
From a contest to sign up the first 50 subscribers, to hanging tags on doors in eligible neighborhoods, to a special sign-up at this weekend's city Christmas-tree lighting, John Whyte, the city's Information and Technology director, tells The Commercial Appeal an all-out initiative is gaining speed.
The Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal reports Chancery Judge Talmadge Littlejohn approved Sherman's annexation plan yesterday after the third public hearing.
The U.S. Supreme Court has declined to hear arguments from three former University of Southern Mississippi soccer coaches who alleged sexual harassment and sexual discrimination.
Dr. Marty Wiseman, executive director of the John C. Stennis Institute of Government & Community Development at Mississippi State University, will retire Dec. 31. A native Mississippian, he received his Ph.D. from Mississippi State University and has been at MSU since 1986.
A national research group said Monday that 28 percent of Mississippi roads are in poor or mediocre condition and 22 percent of bridges in the state need to be repaired, improved or replaced.
Oyster reefs in Pass Christian and Henderson Point re-opened at sunrise Monday, according to the Department of Marine Resources.
Nearly 650 Farm Bureau members, representing the state's 82 county Farm Bureaus, took part in the three-day meeting where, in addition to the election of officers and directors, the delegates adopted policy to guide the organization's efforts during 2014.
If you plan to vote next year in Mississippi and don't have a proper photo ID, don't wait to get one.
Warren County Coroner Doug Huskey tells The Vicksburg Post that 27-year-old Michael Robinson was taken to River Region Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead in the hospital emergency room by doctors about 12:41 a.m. Sunday.
Before Club for Growth and others engage in revisionist history over the question of congressional earmarks in Mississippi's 2014 U.S. Senate campaign, let's reflect on the record.