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.
MPB's Jeffrey Hess reports that the Warren County Humane Society has taken in dozens of animals as their owners flee the rising waters.
MPB's Jeffrey Hess reports about how three families in Natchez are handling the flood.
MPB’s Rhonda Miller reports whatever is going on with fuel, it’s causing chaos in our towns, our businesses, and our wallets.
The record flooding in the Mississippi River has the potential to hurt some of the state's most important shipping areas.
With widespread backwater flooding and yet possibly more to come, Mississippi Delta farmers are bracing for substantial losses.
Mississippi is expected to lose all of its oysters because of fresh water pouring down through the Bonnet Carre Spillway in Louisiana.
A man convicted of kidnapping, raping and murdering a 79-year old woman is dead.
While the mainline levees so far are staving off the water masses pushing down the Mississippi River, backwater seepage is creeping into farmland up and down the Delta.
The Mississippi legislature now has until the end of the month to redraw to voting districts or lawmakers will run under current districts for this fall's election.
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