A seven year old boy and at least two others were killed as storms and tornadoes tore through North Mississippi.
“Drive sober or get pulled over” that’s the message Mississippi Highway Patrol is sending out once again this holiday season.
The results are in for statewide PARCC testing. It's the second round of results from assessments that measure Mississippi’s students’ progress toward academic goals.
The American Humanist Association’s Appignani Humanist Legal Center intends to file a lawsuit on behalf of local citizens in Gulfport, Mississippi, against Harrison County for refusing to remove an unconstitutional nativity scene from its courthouse.
Governor Bryant announced over $54 million of restore projects for Mississippi in his address to the Gulf Coast Restoration Ecosystem Council.
If you’re a supporter of changing the state flag, opportunities for your voice to be heard are just around the corner.
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Gov. Phil Bryant joins more than a dozen other governors in not allowing Syrian refugees to enter the state.
The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency is asking residents to prepare for severe storms that are possible for Mississippi Tuesday into Wednesday.
Two separate bomb threats were made at D’iberville and St. Martin high schools yesterday.