|Harrison County Woman Arrested for Scamming Red Cross
A Harrison County woman has been arrested for allegedly defrauding the American Red Cross, announced Attorney General Jim Hood Wednesday.
|Former M.D.M.R. Chief of Staff, Joe Ziegler, Sentenced
The tenth and final player in the Mississippi Department of Marine Resources (M.D.M.R.) corruption case was sentenced in federal court Monday in Hattiesburg. Video
|Ziegler Sentencing Brings An End To M.D.M.R. Investigation
State Auditor, Stacey Pickering, announced Monday that former Department of Marine Resources Chief of Staff, Joseph Ziegler, has been sentenced to three years’ probation.
|Senior Expo Held to Help Seniors Protect Themselves
One of the main focuses of Wednesday's Senior Fraud Prevention and Wellness Expo at the Lyman Community Center was fraud prevention. Video
|Senior Fraud Prevention Expo Held at Lyman Comm. Center
There was a packed house Wednesday at the Lyman Community Center in Gulfport, as the Senior Fraud Prevention and Wellness Expo drew record crowds. Video
|M.D.M.R. Fraud Saga Continues
In the ongoing Mississippi Department of Marine Resources (M.D.M.R.) saga, three of five key players, Bill Walker, Michael Janus, and Scott Walker, have all been sentenced to time in federal prison. Video
|McDaniel Team Continues to Examine Election Results
The campaign team for U.S. Senate candidate, Chris McDaniel is continuing to pour over election ballots in an effort to prove fraud in this year's highly contested runoff election race. Video
|Court Asks True the Vote to Justify Action
The Federal Court in the Northern District of Mississippi issued a show cause order to transfer the case of True the Vote vs. The State of Mississippi. The Court acted on its own motion.
|Twelve MS Army National Guard Soldiers Indicted
Twelve current or former Mississippi Army National Guard soldiers have been indicted by a federal grand jury for their roles in defrauding the Mississippi Army National Guard’s Recruiter Assistance Program (G.R.A.P.) which provided financial incentives to enlisted soldiers for assisting in recruiting potential soldiers into the Mississippi Army National Guard, U.S. Attorney Gregory K. Davis announced Thursday.