It is nights like Friday and Saturday where people will be walking around having fun and listening to music that decisions like the one the Board of Mayor and Aldermen made to allow open containers downtown really pay dividends.
Brexit bankroller Arron Banks’ ties to the University of Mississippi were called into question this week regarding whether university data scientists worked with Banks’ firm, Big Data Dolphins, to access personal data from the United Kingdom.
“The judge showed she didn’t take this seriously,” the mother said. “But I’m watching. I’m doing my research, and any inadequacies other than the obvious that I find will be made public. I’ll make this a national media issue if I have to.”
Mississippi man confesses to burning down his house because he was ‘fed up’ with his spouse, sheriff says
A Neshoba County man arrested this week after allegedly burning down his own house said he did it because he was "fed up with his spouse," according to the county sheriff.
Mother of Mississippi teen who survived shaken baby syndrome hopes to flood him with cards on his 16th birthday
Logan Core, a teenager from Water Valley, has one wish – to receive birthday cards for his sixteenth birthday.
More than 2000 bridges in Mississippi are in need of repair and Gov. Phil Bryant just closed 83 of them
One out of every 10 bridges in Mississippi is structurally deficient, according to a 2018 report by the American Road and Transportation Builders Association.
A new WalletHub analysis ranks Mississippi as one of the worst states in the nation for millennials based on several key metrics: affordability, quality of life, education and health, civic engagement and economic health.
A woman with a full-time, year-round job in Mississippi makes 75 cents to every man's dollar, adding up to a $7 billion annual loss attributed to the gender wage gap.