Mississippi is the poorest state in the nation, and business leaders say restricting the use of eminent domain would only keep the state at the bottom.
The debate over Mississippi’s eminent domain law is heating up as the Nov. 8 election nears. The Mississippi Farm Bureau is encouraging voters to read the ballot question carefully.
Lockheed Martin expands business operations in Mississippi.
Mississippi fishermen have to document the details of all their catches under the expanded Trip Ticket program.
Experts talk about the current state of agricultre in Mississippi and what kind of changes might be on the way in the coming year for Mississippi's largest industry.
Mississippi has some of the worst rural roads and bridges in the nation. What does that mean for development and safety?
During a recent debate in Jackson, both major party candidates laid out parts of their plan if they are elected Governor on November 8th.
The Mississippi Delta has major disparities when it comes to poverty, education and health, but a new region-wide coalition hopes to tackle those issues.
It's been four months since a Biloxi casino took a big chance and decided to go smoke-free. The casino decided the health of employees and guests is worth the gamble.
Blueprint Mississippi 2011 sets economic goals and recommendations for the state.
When Governor Haley Barbour’s second term end in January he won’t be twiddling his thumbs.
Commercial fishermen in Mississippi may soon have to log details about all their catches, if an expansion of Trip Tickets is approved next week.
More than 2,500 came to the DeSoto job fair in Southaven on Tuesday, resumes in hand.
High gas prices have electric cars catching on with Americans. A new study taking place in Mississippi could mean an expanded role of green transportation in the state.
A task force created by President Barack Obama to outline the challenges facing the Gulf of Mexico has issued its report, and it says the Gulf needs attention now.
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