Are you in Oxford? Do you love corn dogs? Is your wardrobe 92 percent purple silk and tiger print? THEN DO I HAVE SOME TIPS FOR YOU.
If you like a cold wet winter with snow, this may not be your season in the Deep South. If you like it warmer and drier, good news. You can thank a weak La Nina expected this winter across Mississippi and
Former Mississippi AG Mike Moore is taking on opioid manufacturers 20 years after beating Big Tobacco
Mike Moore, Mississippi's former attorney general who led the successful charge against Big Tobacco in the 1990s, is taking on pharmaceutical companies and their role in the country's severe opioid epidemic.
Mississippi state flag might offend black Americans but doesn’t violate their civil rights, state tells U.S. Supreme Court
Displaying a Confederate emblem on the Mississippi state flag might offend black Americans, but it isn't a violation of their civil rights, the state said Wednesday in a response to the U.S. Supreme Court.
U.S. Sen. Roger Wicker has an online store selling products about guns and religion and it is not a joke
Roger Wicker's Great Mississippi Store! sells hats, koozies and croakies with the words, "CLINGING TO MY GUNS AND RELIGION SINCE 1817" printed on each product.
Our interactive database features the 2016-2017 letter grades for the state's public schools and districts based on Mississippi’s A-F accountability system implemented in 2016.
Joe Nosef’s resignation as leader of the Mississippi Republican Party likely means only one thing: Political war is coming to the Magnolia State. Nosef weathered the Tea Party vs. Traditional Conservative battle when Chris McDaniel challenged Thad Cochran in 2014, barely.