Southern Living picked several Mississippians for its 2017 Southerners of the Year list, an annual selection of people actively making a difference in the South.
Oxford native and University of Mississippi graduate Sly Lee landed a spot on Forbes' 30 Under 30 list this year for his groundbreaking work in developing augmented reality hardware.
Casino owners in Mississippi aren't opposed to the idea of a paper-ticket state lottery, but say video gambling terminals in bars, gas stations and other places would be devastating for the gaming industry.
Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant is trying once more to get community college scholarship funding in the state budget, specifically $7 million to allow students to attend for free.
Thad Cochran says Roy Moore should drop out of Senate race; Roger Wicker and Chris McDaniel question accusers
U.S. Sen. Thad Cochran joined several Republican senators this week in calling for Alabama Senate nominee Roy Moore to drop out of the race amid the firestorm of allegations that has captured the attention of the nation.
Several Mississippians on Reddit discussed life as atheists living in the Bible Belt.
Young women deserve opportunities to explore their leadership potential—especially if they don’t seem like natural leaders
Oxford Mayor Robyn Tannehill is launching a leadership program for local fifth-grade girls who might not stand out as future leaders.
Seeing Britney Spears live was a dream come true for more reasons than most people understand.
Mississippi residents in immigrant-led households had $983 million in spending power (after-tax income) in 2014.