On Monday, June 29, citizens, activists and officials rallied in the shadow of the Confederate ...5 hours, 7 minutes ago ...
Some Mississippi county clerks started issuing marriage licenses to all couples on Monday morning, after Attorney General Jim Hood wrote ...8 hours, 59 minutes ago ...
Starting Wednesday, people driving in Mississippi can be penalized for sending text messages or posting to social media sites while ...9 hours, 46 minutes ago ...
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Here's the report for the City of Jackson -- I can attest to the resurfacing on Jefferson; looking pretty good! ...June 29
- NAE Takes Jesus Out Of Context on 'Definition' of Marriage
- Rev. C.J. Rhodes' Open Letter to Speaker Philip Gunn
- Ole Miss: Change the Mississippi State Flag
- Mississippi Speaker Pro Tem Greg Snowden Agrees With Speaker Gunn: 'Reconsider' State Flag'
- Haley Barbour Is Not Offended By The State Flag
- AP: Mississippi House speaker: Confederate emblem is offensive, should be removed from state flag
EUGENE, Ore. (AP) — Only 49 state flags are being displayed at the USA Track & Field Outdoor Championships in Eugene this week.
As a true son of Mississippi and of the legacy of my Confederate forefathers, I urge you all to support changing the flag.
Even those, like Janice Singleton, who commit white-collar crimes struggle to find gainful employment after they're released, which is one reason that prisons have so many repeat offenders, she says.
Writing, recording and distributing an album is never an expedient process. For Jackson vocalist, songwriter and harmonica player Scott Albert Johnson's latest record, "Going Somewhere," that was especially true.
Lizabeth "Beth" Thrasher and her husband, Chris Thrasher, are the operators of Wingfield High School's Vector Jiu-Jitsu program. The couple refers to their domain behind the school's auditorium as "The 600 Square Feet of Truth."
I often find myself drinking seasonally. Generally, that means more red wine and full-bodied beverages in the winter and lighter wines in the summer. Spring and summer also make me think of gin.
Dundrecous Nelson hopes 85 percent is enough right now. After an ankle injury that ended his college career, he is currently 85 percent back to his old self and knows he is a work in progress.