Years before Madison County found itself at the center of a class-action lawsuit for claims of racially targeted policing against black citizens, its now-sheriff Randy Tucker forwarded an email to his colleagues promoting "white pride."
Natchez's annual Spring Pilgrimage — a month-long series of historic antebellum house tours and events — is the city's top tourism draw and one that seems to get bigger and better every year.
Addiction and abuse stole years of Heather McClung's life until she discovered Mountain of Faith Ministry.
In celebration of International Women's Day (March 8), we've gathered some of the most powerful things Mississippi women have ever said or written.
Women have never been minor characters in the story of Mississippi journalism. They’ve helped define it.
If lawmakers are going to use that label to defend abortion restrictions, they could at least try harder to live up to what it promises.
After denying a Mississippi LGBTQ organization a Pride parade permit, city leaders reversed the decision with a new vote
Starkville city leaders will allow a local LGBTQ organization to organize a pride parade, reversing an initial vote denying the permit request that made national headlines and resulted in a federal lawsuit against the city.
Mississippi Sen. Thad Cochran isn’t just leaving Washington. He’s also leaving behind Jefferson Davis’s old desk
Sen. Thad Cochran's Senate Chamber desk once belonged to Jefferson Davis, who resigned in 1861 after Mississippi seceded from the Union and became president of the Confederacy soon after.
Could a Democrat win in Mississippi in 2018? What the nation is saying about Thad Cochran’s resignation
Mississippi was already poised for an eventful election year, but the impending retirement of longtime U.S. Senator Thad Cochran has local and national analysts buzzing about how 2018 could play out politically in the Magnolia State.
U.S. Senator Thad Cochran is resigning April 1 due to "health problems," according to the Associated Press.