With a probably majority in the Mississippi legislature, Republicans are likely to push immigration reform in the state. Both sides of the issue are speaking out.
Republicans have gained a majority in both houses, but the switch didn't happen overnight.
Hundreds of homeless veterans are in Mississippi. On the Gulf Coast, 300-to-400 homeless veterans are living in tents in the woods, in cars and under bridges.
Mississippi Republicans claim to have won a majority in the Mississippi House.
Legislation introduced in Congress would allow people to donate hotel points to families of injured military men and women.
Governor Elect Phil Bryant is hoping for a smooth transition when he takes office in January. He's laying out plans and a legislative agenda.
Hattiesburg Mayor Johnny DuPree’s historic campaign for governor has come up short.
Mississippians oppose the Personhood Amendment.
Attorney General Jim Hood won re-election Tuesday with a solid margin over challenger Steve Simpson. Hood plans to stay the course for his third term.
Lt. Governor Phil Bryant wins the race to be the state's next governor.
Mississippi ranks number six in the nation for HIV. The state is stepping up efforts for testing and treatment.
As Mississippian's head to the polls today there are some key questions to consider. We'll take a look at what you need to know before you go to vote.
Two Mississippi congressmen used a stop in Jackson to weigh in on top national issues.
Ole Miss law students teach high school seniors how to avoid legal trouble as renters.
One out of every five children in Mississippi is obese. Schools are on the front lines in fighting this health crisis.
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