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Man sentenced for sale of counterfeit handbags
A Bassfield man has been sentenced to serve a year in prison for selling counterfeit handbags.
3 minutes ago
Ashley Furniture annoucnes e-commerce center
The company will locate the center in Tampa, Florida.
1 hour 8 minutes ago
Credit rater to downgrade Mississippi Power on Kemper woes
The decision by a group of electrical cooperatives to pull out of planned purchase of 15 percent of a Kemper County power plant is likely to mean a credit downgrade for Mississippi Power Co.
1 hour 31 minutes ago
Lawmakers submit arguments in school funding ballot fight
Republican legislative leaders are asking the Mississippi Supreme Court to restore the original description for one of the two school funding amendments on the November ballot.
Amtrak to add permanent stop in Marks
The announcement was made Friday by Sen. Roger Wicker.
Tennessee unemployment drops to lowest rate in 7 years
Tennessee's unemployment rate has dropped to 6 percent, down from 6.3 percent in March and the lowest rate in seven years.
Mississippi man killed after touching power lines
A Mississippi man working in an elevated boom truck was electrocuted Thursday in Ascension Parish when he apparently came into contact with overhead power lines along Louisiana Highway 73.
B.B. King public viewing expected to draw lines in Las Vegas
A funeral director says he's prepared for lines around the block for a public viewing of blues legend B.B. King in Las Vegas.
Mother, 4-year-old daughter killed in wreck with 18-wheeler
The Mississippi Highway Patrol confirmed a mother and daughter from Gautier were killed after an 18-wheeler hit their car outside of Ocean Springs.
Court lets conviction stand in mother-in-law slaying
The Mississippi Supreme Court declined Thursday to hear the appeal of a Byhalia man who argued he deserved a new trial because he received poor legal advice when he pleaded guilty to the 2002 slaying of his mother-in-law.
Murder conviction results in life sentence
Ridgeland officials approve new police chief
53 people in 9 states sickened after eating raw tuna
Motorcyclists to gather around US for Memorial Day weekend
Tupelo police officers to have body cameras
Judge: PerkinsMcAdams election challenge will proceed
States move to reduce time spent on Common Core-based exam
Grant will aid school counseling
Hinds judge loses fight over bar to public defender
Justice Department cites Hinds County over jail conditions
Governor issues letter critical of Oxford House
Amory ranks best for raising a family
2 more Mississippi universities to add student fees
A glance at Mississippi universities' total fees and tuition
2 Hinds County detention officers fired for inmate escapes
Some B.B. King kin to visit body day before public viewing
W.C. Williams Elementary may close
Electrical cooperative pulls out of Kemper power plant deal
Senators get creative to protect industries in trade debate
$211M settlement reached with Transocean in 2010 oil spill
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