A Mississippi judge faces one of the most important decisions of his career on whether a death row inmate deserves a new trial
The judge who will decide the fate of a man on death row said Wednesday a decision should come within the next few months.
Octavia Spencer made headlines this week when following up on her promise to rent out a Mississippi movie theater to offer free showings of "Black Panther," and now two Mississippi filmmakers are following suit.
A Mississippi city repossessed its auditorium after a church allegedly missed years of rent payments
The City of Natchez has retaken possession of the Natchez City Auditorium after reportedly months and months gone by without receiving rent from a church that had leased the building.
Proponents of bringing a new interstate highway through Natchez water at the mouth over the potential economic gains — but what about the cost of getting there?
Proponents of bringing I-14 through Natchez would say the project is imperative from an economic development standpoint — but could it potentially divide a community.
Many have called the proposed Interstate-14 coming through Natchez a pipe dream, while others see it as the city’s saving grace — but whether or not it eventually comes to fruition, the theoretical impacts a new interstate could have on the area remain.
Officials recognize the plan would take years — likely decades — to come to fruition, but with the White House reportedly planning to roll out a $1 trillion infrastructure bill, leaders throughout Texas, Louisiana and Mississippi believe the window for I-14 is opening.
As a man of faith, Natchez resident Joe Conrad said he truly lives by the Golden Rule of “Love thy neighbor.”
More than a half-century after hundreds of black Natchezians faced unjust imprisonment, the city plans to memorialize those involved in the infamous ordeal.