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Apartment development planned in Hattiesburg
Construction is expected to begin in summer on a 228-unit apartment development near Turtle Creek Mall in Hattiesburg.
1 hour 18 minutes ago
Grant funds construction of aquaculture greenhouse
A $77,000 grant will fund construction of an aquaculture greenhouse on the grounds of Ocean Springs High School.
1 hour 20 minutes ago
Electric grid company to break ground at LR site
A company that manages part of the nation's electric grid is to break ground on a regional headquarters in Little Rock, where about 50 employees will earn an average annual salary of $85,000.
1 hour 49 minutes ago
Alabama Senate debates pistols in vehicles
The Alabama Senate worked into Thursday evening debating a bill to allow people without pistol permits to carry loaded pistols in their cars.
Both Miss. senators vote for flood insurance bill
Both of Mississippi's U.S. senators have voted for a bill designed to head off dramatic increases in flood insurance rates.
Man gets 18 years to serve in assault case
A Forrest County jury has convicted a Hattiesburg man of aggravated assault in the wounding of his roommate in 2012.
Ex-Jackson County Sheriff Mike Byrd sentenced
Former Jackson County, Miss., Sheriff Mike Byrd was sentenced Thursday to six months of home confinement followed by three years' probation during an appearance in state court in Pascagoula.
Woman sentenced in slaying of junkyard owner
A Moss Point woman has been sentenced to serve 27 years in prison for the 2011 fatal shooting of a local junkyard owner.
Auditorium bill advances to governor
The city of Vicksburg is a step closer to getting its auditorium back.
Defendant in slayings pleads guilty
A judge has sentenced a Harrison County man to three life sentences in the deaths of family members.
School year start date bill goes to Miss. governor
2 weeks after waking up in body bag, Miss. man dies
State high school basketball championships
Immigrant sues over lost custody of child in Miss.
Rankins assumes Alcorn State presidency
Pascagoula park completion date to be pushed back
Report: Tourism bringing big bucks to Natchez
$2M bond set in D'Iberville apartment fire
Saucier man killed in truck crash
Baby left in bathtub, mom arrested
Funeral services set for Moss Point student
Hearing set in ex-BP engineer's obstruction case
Grants could fund more walkways
Greenville schools delay iPad handouts
Senate sends welfare drug testing bill to Bryant
Miss. House keeps religious practices bill alive
Narrower special education voucher bill advances
Supervisors not ready to commit on vets cemetery
Senate seeks more money for school funding formula
Miss. Common Core opponents lose spending fight
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