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Gov. signs suffrage bills for three

Posted 4/26/2014 in State

Gov. Phil Bryant has signed bills to restore the voting rights of three people convicted of felonies.

 

 

Conn. school stabbing suspect under psychiatric evaluation

Posted 4/26/2014 in National

A teenager charged with stabbing a fellow high school student to death on the day of their junior prom is being held in a hospital under psychiatric evaluation where he will likely remain for two weeks, one of his attorneys said Saturday.

 

 

Nevada rancher had limited sympathy in the West

Posted 4/26/2014 in National

For a while, in certain quarters, Cliven Bundy was celebrated as a John Wayne-like throwback to the Old West -- a weathered, plainspoken rancher just trying to graze his cattle and keep the government off his back. But that was before he started sounding more like a throwback to the Old South.

 

 

Teen accused of poisoning grandmother's greens

Posted 4/26/2014 in National

Authorities say a North Carolina teenager tried to kill her grandmother by dumping insecticide and termite killer into a pot of collard greens.

 

Harness track repairs in limbo despite funding approval

Posted 4/26/2014 in Starkville & Oktibbeha County

Despite Oktibbeha County supervisors approving funding and in-kind services to repair Mississippi Horse Park's harness racing surface and bring the venue up to U.S. Trotting Association standards, park Director Bricklee Miller says officials have not yet approved work at the Mississippi State University-owned facility.

 

Manning case back before Miss. Supreme Court

Posted 4/26/2014 in State

Attorneys for death row inmate Willie Jerome Manning are arguing again that Manning deserves a new trial for killing two sisters in 1993 in Starkville.

 

 

Group plans LGBT campaign in 3 Deep South states

Posted 4/26/2014 in Area

A national organization is launching a three-year, $8.5 million campaign to promote LGBT equality and push for new legal protections in three Southern states dominated by conservative politics and religion and known for resistance to change: Alabama, Arkansas and Mississippi.

 

 

Miss.-based Hancock Fabrics plans to go private

Posted 4/26/2014 in State

Hancock Fabrics says it plans to stop being a publicly traded company, allowing executives to focus on improving its business.

 

 

Oxford Eagle sold to Boone Newspapers

Posted 4/26/2014 in State

The families that own The Oxford Eagle say they have reached an agreement to sell the nearly 150-year-old newspaper.

 

 

Natchez man dies after stun gun shock

Posted 4/26/2014 in State

The Mississippi Bureau of Investigation is looking into the death of a 43-year-old Natchez man who was shocked with a stun gun by an Adams County deputy during a traffic stop.

 

 

MEMA urges preparation for storm system

Posted 4/26/2014 in Area

The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency is warning of the possibility of severe weather beginning this afternoon through Tuesday night.

 

 

Relay for Life still set for tonight despite bomb threat at site

Posted 4/25/2014 in Columbus & Lowndes County

Relay for Life update: Due to a bomb threat at Columbus High School, the set-up crew for Relay has been temporarily evacuated. Relay will still be held on schedule this evening according to organizers.

 

School board chooses search firm, asks for audit

Posted 4/25/2014 in Columbus & Lowndes County

The Columbus Municipal School Board voted to ask the Mississippi Department of Education to conduct an audit of the district and selected a search firm to conduct a search for a permanent schools superintendent during a specially called meeting Thursday.

 

Clay County seeks grant to replace well

Posted 4/25/2014 in Area

The Golden Triangle Planning and Development District is collecting signatures and information for a grant application. If awarded, Clay County could receive funding to replace a failed well.

 

Yokohama construction on schedule despite harsh winter

Posted 4/25/2014 in Area

On the drive down Eshman Avenue leaving the West Point city limits, there's a bump in the road. At the bump, two bridge pillars and visible construction of a new bypass are on either side.

 

Nevada rancher defends racial remarks

Posted 4/25/2014 in National

A Nevada rancher who became a conservative folk hero for standing up to the government in a fight over grazing rights lost some of his staunch defenders Thursday after wondering aloud whether blacks might have had it better under slavery.

 

 

Severe storms loom across central U.S. this weekend

Posted 4/25/2014 in Area

Forecasters are predicting a significant chance of strong tornadoes this weekend across a large part of the nation's mid-section, an outbreak that could stretch from the Great Plains to the Midwest and South.

 

 

Two arrested in platinum theft from plant

Posted 4/25/2014 in State

Harrison County Sheriff Melvin Brisolara says deputies have arrested an estranged couple in a 2007 theft of six pounds of platinum from the DuPont DeLisle plant.

 

 

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