When Mississippi native William Walker saw the suffering and devastation amassed by hurricanes Harvey and Irma, he felt a deep desire to help those affected.
A Mississippi senator's frail appearance on Capitol Hill this week has raised questions that make some of his home-state supporters downright queasy.
An executive from Mississippi's Toyota plant is joining the state Board of Education.
NASA's Stennis Space Center opened its doors to the public for a rocket engine test for the first time since 2004.
Mississippi's job market improved modestly in September, as payrolls rose and unemployment fell.
The retired Army general who led recovery efforts in Louisiana, Alabama and Mississippi in the wake of Hurricane Katrina will speak at a university in Georgia.
School officials say there will be no more student dress-up activities at a Georgia elementary school after its Civil War Day sparked conflict among students, parents and others.
Another green energy company heavily incentivized by Mississippi is shutting down, raising questions about whether the state will get repaid.
The Coast Guard says the amount of oil discharged into the Gulf of Mexico off Louisiana's coast last weekend is substantially higher than initial estimates.
Jerryl Briggs named next president of Mississippi Valley State University.
The Mississippi Department of Education released 2016-17 ratings on an A to F scale for the state's school districts and charter schools Thursday.
The Mississippi Supreme Court has ruled that the Legislature does not have an obligation to fully fund a school budget formula that was put into law two decades ago.
A Mississippi physician is the latest person indicted as part of a series of schemes accused of committing hundreds of millions of dollars in health care fraud.
Longtime Mississippi Sen. Thad Cochran, frail and speaking softly, is back to work in Washington after a health setback.
About one in five Mississippi school districts showed improvement under the state's rating system in 2016-2017.
A Mississippi Gulf Coast physician is the latest person indicted as part of a series of schemes accused of committing hundreds of millions of dollars in health care fraud.
The Mississippi Court of Appeals has upheld a man's conviction in a crash that killed a teenager in another vehicle.
The University of Mississippi Medical Center has won approval to borrow up to $91 million from outside sources to finance expansion of its children's hospital.
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