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Tupelo residents react to low gas prices
The average for a price of gas in Mississippi is the third lowest in the nation, and area folks are very happy.
Death row inmate asks for new trial in child's death
Death row inmate Jeffrey Havard is arguing in a motion for a new trial that evidence of Shaken Baby Syndrome used to convict him of capital murder is now distrusted by the scientific and medical communities.
Mississippi treasurer candidates spar over money management
Incumbents used their Neshoba County Fair speeches to brag on themselves ahead of next week's Mississippi primaries, and challengers called for change. Here are some highlights from Thursday:
Cellmate charged in jail death of Choctaw tribal politician
The cellmate of a Philadelphia man has been charged with murder in his death in the Neshoba County jail.
Transportation candidates face deficit to maintain roads
Highway funding is the main focus for candidates seeking seats on Mississippi's Transportation Commission.
MUW summer graduation ceremonies Saturday
Dr. Pamela Lacy, a Columbus obstetrician/gynecologist, will be the keynote speaker Saturday at Mississippi University for Women's summer graduation ceremony.
Autopsy results released in death of missing Jackson woman
Flowood police say a missing woman whose body was found last month on the banks of the Pearl River died of an accidental drug overdose.
Petal settles lawsuit over effort to shut down group home
Facing a lawsuit from the U.S. Justice Department, the city of Petal is giving up its effort to evict three mentally disabled men from a home.
House speaker greeted by flag supporters at Neshoba Fair
Republican House Speaker Philip Gunn says he stands by his statement that Mississippi should remove the Confederate battle emblem from its flag because he believes it's divisive.
Ingalls is largest manufacturing employer in Mississippi
Huntington Ingalls Industries has given its first tour of its Shipyard of the Future, showing off the company's emphasis on efficiency in the four years since it was spun off from Northrop Grumman, and touting forays into new technology.
Governor Bryant declares Gastroschisis Awareness Day
Laurel police arrest man in kidnapping, rape case
Gautier man pleads guilty in federal court to identity theft
Gulfport residents: Proposed development will cause flooding
Cable One investing $9 million in Gulf Coast services
DeSoto County sees garbage collection fees drop
Jackson city court system going paperless
Investigator: Transgender girl killed was beaten to death
Tupelo schools sells bonds
Bryant sets special election for Claiborne school district
Lambert mayor indicted on charges of sexual acts with child
Picayune high school to allow cellphones
Wesley named new Natchez fire chief
Attorney General Hood defends record, Hurst criticizes him
Body shop owner challenges Miss. insurance commissioner
Greenville's police chief steps down Friday
Hosemann calls for investigation of campaign mailers
Candidates start politicking at Neshoba County Fair
Mississippi senators applaud TVA board choice
Attorney general seeks execution date for death row inmate
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