While Donald Trump won big in Tuesday’s Washington state Republican primary, he’ll face rough terrain as he tries to put the state in the GOP column for the first time since 1984. Trump’s stances on trade and immigration have drawn much opposition in the Evergreen State.
Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards is expected to sign the first bill in the nation that extends hate-crime protections to law enforcement officers. It’s part of a growing trend that’s being dubbed ‘Blue Lives Matter’, a controversial counterweight to the Black Lives Matter movement.
GULFPORT -- A former official at Huntington Ingalls Industries in Pascagoula has admitted he fraudulently authorized a diver's pay when a diver didn't work and lied to the U.S. military officials about it.
The bribery sentencing of consultant Robert Simmons has been moved to Sept. 15. A federal prosecutor wants time to gather information that wiill be used in his sentencing recommendations in this public corruption case involving state prison and county jail contracts.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. -- Prosecutors say an Army Reserves lieutenant colonel has been indicted on accusations of fraudulently supplying Chinese-made baseball caps and backpacks as American-made gear to the Army Recruiting Command.
Though most skimmer trawl shrimp boats in Mississippi use turtle-saving devices known as TEDs, the fact they aren't mandated gives Mississippi shrimp a black eye in some circles. An ocean watchdog has a plan to fix that.