With less than 3 weeks to go before election day Democratic candidate for governor Johnny DuPree is bringing the big guns.
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.
Experts talk about the current state of agricultre in Mississippi and what kind of changes might be on the way in the coming year for Mississippi's largest industry.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and a new shelter on the Gulf Coast is filling up fast during these troubled times.
It's been four months since a Biloxi casino took a big chance and decided to go smoke-free. The casino decided the health of employees and guests is worth the gamble.
Commercial fishermen in Mississippi may soon have to log details about all their catches, if an expansion of Trip Tickets is approved next week.
In November voters will decide on Initiative 26...a potential amendment that could make Mississippi the only state to outlaw abortions.
A gasification plant to produce synthetic natural gas is planned for Moss Point. Residents are weighing the pros and cons.
Housing officials are meeting with state legislators to address Mississippi's growing concerns when to comes to adequate housing for all citizens.
Service men and women from Mississippi are stationed all over the globe, and more troops from the Mississippi National Guard are heading out for their next deployment.
A task force created by President Barack Obama to outline the challenges facing the Gulf of Mexico has issued its report, and it says the Gulf needs attention now.
Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus is back in the state, and he's looking into research by a Mississippi university that might make the Navy more efficient.
Biloxi is getting a new hospital and the $132 million investment is expected to improve the physical, emotional and economic health of the community.
The Mississippi Gulf Coast has a new tourism organization that’s in charge of spending $16 million from BP. One of the first events to get a chunk of the cash is Cruisin’ the Coast.
‹ First < 26 27 28 29 30 > Last ›