Mississippi transportation officials say a bill allowing heavier trucks on the road is dangerous for motorists.
Organizers on both sides of the immigrationn debate are preparing for a busy legislative session.
Fewer and fewer statewide political positions in Mississippi are filled by Democrats, continuing the trend towards a largely conservative state.
Mississippi is behind in many key areas when it comes to education, but leaders are hoping a change in their approach can lead to big improvements.
House Republicans have the votes to elect a Republican to be speaker for the first time in 135 years.
Election officials in Mississippi are working to get the newly passed voter ID amendment in place, but some bumps could lie in the road ahead.
Leading Mississippi Democrats are look ahead after becoming the minority party in both chambers of the legislature.
With a probably majority in the Mississippi legislature, Republicans are likely to push immigration reform in the state. Both sides of the issue are speaking out.
Republicans have gained a majority in both houses, but the switch didn't happen overnight.
Hundreds of homeless veterans are in Mississippi. On the Gulf Coast, 300-to-400 homeless veterans are living in tents in the woods, in cars and under bridges.
Mississippi Republicans claim to have won a majority in the Mississippi House.
Legislation introduced in Congress would allow people to donate hotel points to families of injured military men and women.
Governor Elect Phil Bryant is hoping for a smooth transition when he takes office in January. He's laying out plans and a legislative agenda.
Hattiesburg Mayor Johnny DuPree’s historic campaign for governor has come up short.
Mississippians oppose the Personhood Amendment.
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