Mississippi ranks as the world’s most attractive spot for oil and gas investment. Some environmental groups don’t think that’s an advantage.
The Viking Classic is the only professional golf event in Mississippi. Event organizers say the economic impact will bring millions to business and charities.
Grand Gulf promises safety ahead of upcoming power boost.
Mississippi's unemployment rate is 10.3 percent. Business leaders say there are jobs available, but not enough skilled workers to fill them.
Every state in the nation made improvement in the rate of colon cancer deaths...except Mississippi. Is more screening the answer?
A southwest Mississippi town takes action against the baggy pants fashion trend.
BP is giving Mississippi $100 million to restore natural resources damaged by the oil spill.
The film industry in Mississippi might be behind other states now, but economic leaders are trying to change that.
Mississippi farmers say they are concerned about a possible reduction or elimination of farm subsidies.
We've all heard of hybrid cars and bio-diesel engines, but a farm on wheels?
The Mississippi Commission on the Status of Women is devoted to promoting advancement of women in the state. Five new members hope to make a difference.
Advocates want to end what they call the "schoolhouse to jailhouse pipeline"
A federal court will have to decide if the City of Canton has the constitutional authority to annex the Nissan plant just outside the city limits.
A low cost health care clinic has opened in a Mississippi Wal-Mart.
The Gulf Coast is humming with tourists, but hunger doesn’t take a summer vacation. One Gulfport soup kitchen is serving more than 400 meals a day,
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