Trainers working to improve how doctors interact with high risk HIV populations.
The film The Help opened nationwide this week. As MPB’s Sandra Knispel reports, the production brought more than just fame and stars to the Delta.
Foreclosures are higher in Mississippi than a month ago. Experts say that could slow down an already sluggish market.
Copiah-Lincoln Community College released a new social media policy that got twitter talking
The Mississippi NAACP wants hate crime charges against the teens accused of killing a Jackson African-American man.
Mississippi has a rich culture that draws people in from all over the world. Now communities are learning how to utilize their resources.
Dogs struggle to handle the Mississippi heat.
There are 13 confirmed cases and one death from West Nile virus in Mississippi.
How one local startup is organizing free classroom multimedia.
Schools are starting back across the state, and teachers are making some changes to the way they use social media to communicate with their students.
Governor Haley Barbour says the downgrade shouldn't cost Mississippi.
A $10,000 dollar grant is helping The Mississippi Innocence Project at the University of Mississippi educate the public about wrongful convictions.
The heat wave is being blamed for the death of three football players and one coach in the U.S. Mississippi coaches are making changes to protect their players.
The downgrading of America’s credit rating may have less impact on Mississippi's housing market than employment across the state.
Three employees of Morgan Keegan are facing a hearing to determine if they misled Mississippi investors.
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