The Viking Classic is the only professional golf event in Mississippi. Event organizers say the economic impact will bring millions to business and charities.
Mississippi's unemployment rate is 10.3 percent. Business leaders say there are jobs available, but not enough skilled workers to fill them.
The film industry in Mississippi might be behind other states now, but economic leaders are trying to change that.
A federal court will have to decide if the City of Canton has the constitutional authority to annex the Nissan plant just outside the city limits.
The Gulf Coast is humming with tourists, but hunger doesn’t take a summer vacation. One Gulfport soup kitchen is serving more than 400 meals a day,
Some hope a pageant can kick start tourism along Mississippi River Cities.
The Mississippi Insurance Department is asking the public for feedback on creating a new health insurance marketplace.
A newly renovated low-income housing complex underscores the need for more affordable housing.
The final casino in Vicksburg reopens after a 36-day flood closure.
The state Supreme Court is considering the constitutionality of a tort reform law.
Construction crews will soon be moving into a Natchez biofuels plant to convert it into a high tech renewable chemical producer.
More Mississippi residents and business leaders are feeling optimistic about the state’s economy....that's according to the findings of a recent statewide survey.
Hotels and charter boats on the Mississippi Gulf Coast are busy booking vacationers, as Memorial Day kicks the tourist season into high gear.
The flood on the Mississippi River has forced shutdowns and major cutbacks at six ports.
Mississippi shrimp season opens today. MPB’s Rhonda Miller reports the high cost of diesel and fresh water pouring in from the Mississippi River make it a challenging season.
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