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A 14-year-old boy was robbed by two men of his $5 and shoes after getting off a school bus Tuesday afternoon in New Orleans East, according to the New Orleans Police Department.
JACKSON -- Seniors in public schools could become the first in nearly 30 years to graduate without passing an exit exam.
GULFPORT -- Contractor Sean H. Anthony plans to admit he bribed the director and a board member at the Harrison County Utility Authority in exchange for contracts, but his plea hearing was delayed Tuesday when the judge assigned to the case recused himself.
JACKSON COUNTY -- All four cities on Tuesday passed unanimously resolutions supporting a 2 percent hotel and motel room tax to support tourism.
GULFPORT -- A federal judge has sentenced a woman to prison for having a package of meth shipped to her Gulfport home from Las Vegas for distribution in Harrison County.
BILOXI -- Linda Watts, who is retired from Mississippi Power, was honored Tuesday as the 2015 winner of the Pat Santucci Spirit of the Coast award.
Despite substantially increasing what he’s offering to place in a group of trusts set up for his spurned heirs in exchange for canceling shares in his billion-dollar business empire that are held by those trusts, Tom Benson is still not offering a fair trade, according to the person Benson...
Mississippi Power has added $26 million more to the cost of the Kemper County project, according to the monthly status report filed Tuesday with the state Public Service Commission and the Securities and Exchange Commission.