Three Hinds County departments received a funding bump this morning. At its regular meeting, the Hinds County Board of Supervisors agreed to provide $95,000 this year to the offices of ...
When a new law goes into effect on July 1, it's going to feel like the Wild West in Mississippi. Not only because the law permits individuals to carry guns ...
Othor Cain, chairman of the board of directors at Jackson-based HIV/AIDS nonprofit Grace House, pointed to the upward trend in HIV infection rates for men, particularly black men who have ...
The Republican Party, nationally and in Mississippi, has made sport of repudiating the federal health-care law.
Being diagnosed with HIV is no longer the life sentence it was once was. But for those living with the virus in Mississippi, having HIV/AIDS remains a terrible curse, said ...
Mississippi Democrats continue to extend olive branches to legislative Republicans to find ways to accept federal Medicaid money.
A week and a half before he met his fate outside his family's Jackson home, Medgar Evers, the Mississippi field secretary for the National Association of Colored People, said if ...
Victor Voe warned them: "Don't let them kill me. I be hearing them say they going to kill me. I am hearing voices that others don't hear."
Over the weekend, New York Times columnist Frank Bruni wrote about politicians' new "controlled and controlling approach" for talking to voters.
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