Get ready to see more red warning signs online as Google adds ammunition to its technological artillery for targeting devious schemes lurking on websites.
Armed with a sharp sense of smell, dogs have a long history of detecting explosives for their human handlers.
Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood has delivered a check totaling just over $30 million to the state treasury from litigation involving cases against Standard & Poor's and Capital One Bank.
Can a tetanus shot help treat brain cancer?
Local eighth graders interested in an unique, rigorous high school experience can apply to Mississippi's first early college high school.
When the U.S. Supreme Court announces its ruling on the legality of federal subsides for Americans who enrolled for health care through the federal health care marketplace, the decision could have a direct impact on roughly 100,000 Mississippians.
Two bills extending Starkville's 2 percent food and beverage tax are heading to their respective Miss. House and Senate local and private committees for discussion.
This year marks the twentieth anniversary of Main Street Columbus' Market Street Festival.
When state treasurer Lynn Fitch visited Columbus Tuesday to speak at the monthly meeting of the Lowndes County Republican Women, she had some good news to report but also shared concerns.
Ward 4 Selectman Keith McBrayer presided over Tuesday's board of selectmen meeting in West Point due to the absence of Mayor Robbie Robinson.
Mississippi could become the third state to sign onto a plan for a nationwide constitutional convention to force the federal government to balance its budget and require states' permission to increase national debt.
Charla Nash never served in the military. She was horribly disfigured, not in combat, but in a 2009 attack by a rampaging chimpanzee.
A Philadelphia woman has been arrested for allegedly exploiting a person under her care.
At a private working lunch for the five most powerful members of the United Nations Security Council, the conversation turned to the question of the next U.N. secretary-general.
Trying to get the rollout of her presidential campaign back on track, Hillary Rodham Clinton says she should have used a government email address while working as the nation's top diplomat.
3. Brown picks former SHS teacher for recognition STARKVILLE & OKTIBBEHA COUNTY
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5. Feeding the needy: Food drives lend helping hand for Thanksgiving COLUMBUS & LOWNDES COUNTY