A newly renovated low-income housing complex underscores the need for more affordable housing.
Hazardous materials left behind by the floodwaters pose a threat to residents and the environment.
If President Obama withdrawals troops from Afghanistan, will the difference be felt in Mississippi?
A new federal building in Jackson is named after four men connected to one of the most high profile murders of the civil rights era.
The Southern Baptist Convention is supporting immigration reform. The resolution is drawing mixed reviews on both sides in Mississippi.
A national Civil Rights conference is taking place near Philadelphia, MS on the anniversary of a famous Civil Rights Era murder.
Local religious leaders are praising the election of the first African American pastor to the Vice President position of the Southern Baptist Convention.
Drew School District said to be unfit to administer even the most basic education.
The Mississippi River will be back in it's banks in Vicksburg for the first time in 80 days. Now the toll of the flood is becoming more visible.
A new study shows that Mississippians live shorter lives than average americans.
Although security officials say the chances are low, rail lines in Mississippi are keeping an eye out for any threats to trains.
The final casino in Vicksburg reopens after a 36-day flood closure.
The HIV/AIDS virus is still rampant in Mississippi 30 years after being recognized as a disease, and minorities in the state are seeing the most casualties.
National Guard troops returning from deployments are facing huge rates of unemployment after coming home.
The state Supreme Court is considering the constitutionality of a tort reform law.
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