Members of Mississippi's congressional delegation give their opinon on the deal to raise the debt ceiling.
Mississippi's economy is heavily reliant on federal spending.
Republican candidates for governor meet voters at the Neshoba County Fair.
Candidates for Governor woo voters at the Neshoba County Fair.
In what has been a slow race so far to be Mississippi's next Attorney General one candidate is turning up the heat...the other, playing it cool.
Both candidates for Lieutenant Governor are using their final days before August 2nd to appeal to voters in a heated race.
Coastal residents told the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights they're sick from the oil spill and need help now.
The high-stakes debt negotiations in Washington D.C. will certainly have major effects here in Mississippi. Experts weigh in on what the talks could mean for Mississippians.
A judge in Hinds County is deciding if a constitutional amendment can be on this fall's ballot.
A judge hears a lawsuit today filed to stop a vote on an eminent domain constitutional amendment.
A number of the top Governor's candidate from both parties debate in Jackson.
Mississippi voters have three controversial issues on the November ballot - whether life begins at conception, photo ID for voting and eminent domain.
As the August 2 primary election approaches, MPB will examine the campaigns of the top gubernatorial candidates. This report features Democrat Johnny DuPree.
As the August 2 primary election approaches, MPB will examine the campaigns of the top gubernatorial candidates. This report features Democrat Bill Luckett.
The two leading candidates to be the next lt. Governor explain their goals.
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