Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin wooed the crowd at a Christian women's conference in Tupelo this weekend.
The State Treasurer candidates could play a big role in the future of the PERS system.
Hundreds of Gulf Coast veterans who fought to protect America’s freedom are now living on the street. The Homeless Veterans Stand Down provides camaraderie and supplies.
With less than 3 weeks to go before election day Democratic candidate for governor Johnny DuPree is bringing the big guns.
More than a hundred protested in Oxford against Initiative 26, the proposed Personhood amendment.
Even as Mississippi is recovering from the devastation of Hurricane Katrina, Gulf Coast leaders say environmental risks are intensifying.
Mississippi fishermen have to document the details of all their catches under the expanded Trip Ticket program.
Candidates Johnny DuPree (D) and Phil Bryant (R) differ on how to fix health care in Mississippi.
During a recent debate in Jackson, both major party candidates laid out parts of their plan if they are elected Governor on November 8th.
Advocates for people with disabilities gather to look for ways to improve the lives of disabled Mississippians.
The Mississippi Delta has major disparities when it comes to poverty, education and health, but a new region-wide coalition hopes to tackle those issues.
Blueprint Mississippi 2011 sets economic goals and recommendations for the state.
When Governor Haley Barbour’s second term end in January he won’t be twiddling his thumbs.
In November voters will decide on Initiative 26...a potential amendment that could make Mississippi the only state to outlaw abortions.
More than 2,500 came to the DeSoto job fair in Southaven on Tuesday, resumes in hand.
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