Mississippi's lawmakers in Washington have very different opinions about how to fix the country's debt.
Nationwide more than 100,000 children languish in foster care, waiting to be adopted. In Oxford, a 14-year old middle school student now has a permanent home again.
Mississippi will have a part in the largest long-term study of children ever conducted. Doctors are hoping the study can unravel major health mysteries.
Older teens getting a license can lead to increased hazards.
This year the Salvation Army in Mississippi has 32 thousand children registered for their angel tree program.
A federal court says they will take control of Mississippi's congressional redistricting if the state legislature can't make their own plan before their deadline.
More Mississippians are asking for helping putting a thanksgiving meal on the table
Alcohol abuse is a typical problem at most college campuses across the country. Ole Miss now has a collegiate recovery program that places it among national trailblazers.
Members of Occupy Jackson will soon find out if they have permission to occupy Smith Park 24/7.
Mississippi law enforcement planning increased patrols to stop drunken drivers.
Experts are trying to calculate the long-term social and economic effects of Toyota’s decision to come to Mississippi.
The Mississippi Highway Patrol is stepping up enforcement of school bus safety laws in the wake of a string of injuries.
Mississippi's universities are not only gearing up to increase and improve STEM instruction, but to keep up with the demand.
Toyota Mississippi is now officially producing the most-sold car model in the world, the Corolla.
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