MPB’s Rhonda Miller found some Hurrican Katrina victims who figured out ways to cope, and experts who say catastrophes across the state are keeping anxiety levels high.
The United States Department of Justice is continuing to investigate the treatment of students in Meridian schools.
Many Mississippians displaced by this year's flood are anxiously waiting for the water to drop so they can return home.
Freedom riders are being celebrated at the same place they were arrested in Mississippi fifty years ago.
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.
Mississippi floodwaters have started to decline but it will take weeks to return to normal levels.
MPB's Jeffrey Hess reports on the plans of recovery from the historic flood.
The demand for tornado shelters is skyrocketing and new hurricane evacuation centers are opening on the Gulf Coast.
Mississippi's U-S Senators have toured the extensive river flooding and could ask congress for special funds to help the delta recover.
This week people from throughout the country are gathering in Jackson to pay tribute to the brave American sons and daughters known as the Freedom Riders.
Economic troubles are causing a rise in domestic violence across the nation.
MPB’s Daniel Cherry reports from Tunica how state and federal officials are offering assistance to those in need.
With active flood advisories for parts of the Mississippi Delta some of the displaced have started to arrive at shelters.
The crest of the flood does mean the end of the flood, MPB's Jeffrey Hess reports.
MPB’s Rhonda Miller reports some students who lived through Katrina are learning how to prepare.
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