Halloween sales are expected to jump 10-percent and could help launch the holiday shopping season.
Mississippi Emergency Management officials are warning residents to gear up for Fall tornado season.
Near the two year anniversary of the death of two Mississippi teens, a national safety board calls for more public safety precations around oil and gas storage sites.
A year-and-a-half after the oil spill, BP says the clean-up of the Mississippi Gulf Coast could be done 30 days.
While new treatments for breast cancer are able to save the lives of many, women are racing against time.
Mississippi is the poorest state in the nation, and business leaders say restricting the use of eminent domain would only keep the state at the bottom.
The sky rocketing cost of health insurance could be a major road block for Mississippi businesses.
Emergency responders are preparing for the worst by learning how to handle large animals in the event of a disaster.
Mississippi has one of the lowest Hispanic populations in the country, but some rural schools paint a different picture.
The long, deep recession is driving the need for more free legal work.
The debate over Mississippi’s eminent domain law is heating up as the Nov. 8 election nears. The Mississippi Farm Bureau is encouraging voters to read the ballot question carefully.
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.
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