A bill banning immigration sanctuary policies is drawing opposition from some Mississippi clergy, law enforcement ...4 hours, 41 minutes ago ...
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The lawsuit to change the Mississippi state flag because it is "racially discriminatory" is still alive. The 5th U.S. Circuit ...Feb. 27
ProPublica sat down to talk with Alan Bersin about the history, politics, rhetoric and reality surrounding the border issues that ...Feb. 22
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The regular season is over for the SEC women’s basketball teams. This week the [conference will hold its tournament] in ...Feb. 27
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California-native singer Mandisa has been a constant on Christian radio since the release of her debut album, "True Beauty," in 2008, and her star has only risen in recent years.
Though chef Nicole Medrano has only been in Jackson for a year, she is making waves in the local culinary scene. After Jesse Houston stepped down as executive chef at Saltine Oyster Bar, Medrano took the helm in early January.
The word "wiseacre" is slang for "smartass." And it fits the origins of the Wireacre Brewing Co. in Memphis, Teen. Its journey began in 1997 in Boston, Mass., when brothers Davin and Kellan Bartosch stole their parents' rental car and ...
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — The University of Mississippi's football team will not play in the postseason next year. The Rebels might be facing more penalties, too, now that the NCAA says the program has committed more than 20 rules violations ...