People filled every seat in Refill Cafe on May 17 as Willie Jones, president of ...17 minutes ago ...
In Mississippi, pregnant women already die at higher rates than in most of the country, and the state is near ...May 23
Witold Fuchs, a third-year polymer science doctoral student at the University of Southern Mississippi, is partnering with NASA to design ...May 23
The Marcus King Band performed at Duling Hall on Monday, May 6. Here are photos from the event.
On the first Thursday of each month, people in the metro area gather in Fondren to eat food, hang out, ...
JJ Townsend is giving local organizations and people a platform through Citizenville, a website that basically acts as a crowd-funding ...
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Opponents of abortion bans nationwide held #StopTheBans rallies across the country on Tuesday.
"Anyone with half a brain should see that confronting and defeating the insane misogyny here is a huge step toward lifting Mississippi to higher and more successful ground for all its citizens."
As part of the Seven Days Community Arts Festival, Cooperation Jackson commissioned 10 artists to paint murals around the themes of "Afrofuturism" and indigenous people in two west Jackson locations.
The Mississippi Beautiful Day celebration kicked off at a press conference inside the Arts Center of Mississippi on May 10.
The Mississippi Agriculture and Forestry Museum will host the Mississippi Pickle Fest on Saturday, June 15, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
On the first and fourth Friday of each month, the area around Smith Park is abuzz with activity. Downtown workers gather from the different offices, and some people outside of the downtown area gather at the park for one thing: ...
Mississippi State football coach Joe Moorhead has a little more job security now. The school announced Tuesday that he has signed a contract extension through the 2022 season that will pay an average base salary of $3.2 million.