So you think you are finally getting one over on the gas stations as you pay well under $3 a gallon for the first time in four years?
Their power ebbing, Senate Democrats launched a last-minute drive Saturday to confirm roughly 20 of President Barack Obama's nominees.
When CIA interrogators were torturing accused Sept. 11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed at a secret prison in Poland in March 2003, a top CIA analyst asked them to show him a photograph of an alleged terrorist named Majid Khan.
Day after day, Facebook captures our best and worst moments.
Starkville Parks Commission Chairman Dan Moreland tendered a letter of resignation this week to Vice Mayor Roy A. Perkins and will step down from his position by the end of the year. Perkins asked Moreland to continue serving until June 30, but the commissioner refused.
For the fourth time, Mississippi University for Women has been recognized on the President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll.
The 2014 Columbus Christmas Parade is Saturday night. It begins at 7 p.m. and takes its normal route: down Main Street then back up College Street.
Thursday morning, Gary Weathers of Weathers Construction took a half-hour to join a tour of the Riverwalk connector.
A legal dispute between MSU quarterback Dak Prescott and a south Mississippi T-shirt maker moved to Oktibbeha County Circuit Court this week.
A five-block section of 14th Ave. North will be closed Saturday through Dec. 23 as part of a major road and drainage project, the city has announced.
Jessica Chambers was a former cheerleader and softball player who had started a new job and hoped to begin college next year, friends and relatives say.
A man robbed a Salvation Army bell ringer and ran off with her kettle full of cash just as she was finishing her shift.
Indian tribes can grow and sell marijuana on their lands as long as they follow the same federal conditions laid out for states that have legalized the drug, the U.S. Justice Department said Thursday.
This week's revelations about the CIA's harsh treatment of terror suspects in the wake of the Sept. 11 attacks have been met with a collective shrug in the broader Middle East.
Angelina Jolie's new movie "Unbroken" has not been released in Japan yet, but it has already struck a nerve in a country still fighting over its wartime past.
Democrats in the Mississippi Legislature are offering their own budget proposal that they say would pump more money into education.
Primary care doctors caring for low-income patients will face steep fee cuts next year as a temporary program in President Barack Obama's health care law expires.
It's now up to the Senate to pass a huge $1.1 trillion spending bill to keep the government running.
The Federal Communications Commission agreed Thursday to dramatically boost spending to bring high-speed Internet access to schools and libraries in poor or rural areas, a move that would likely increase Americans' phone bills by about $2 a year.
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