Millions of immigrants benefiting from President Barack Obama's executive actions could get a windfall from the IRS, a reversal of fortune after years of paying taxes to help fund government programs they were banned from receiving.
Prosecutors have described Eddie Ray Routh as a troubled drug user who knew right from wrong.
Starkville Police Department arrested two Macon men Wednesday on drug-related charges.
A Columbus man is facing three felony charges for his alleged role in a Wednesday morning robbery at a Military Road convenience store.
When it was announced Jan. 12 that Hank Bounds would be stepping down as commissioner of Mississippi's Institutions of Higher Learning (IHL) board, a sinking feeling settled over the campus of Mississippi University for Women.
The Mississippi Department of Health has issued a boil water alert for Artesia residents who receive drinking water from the water supply in Lowndes County.
A Mississippi death row inmate has won a new trial after the state Supreme Court found Starkville Police Department investigators withheld evidence from prosecutors and defense attorneys that showed a key state witness lied.
Columbus has been chosen a top retirement destination for people looking to settle in small towns.
A lack of interest in surplus Starkville property could throw a wrench in the city's financial shell game associated with purchasing Cadence Bank's Main Street property.
The movement to allow Mississippi public high school students to graduate without passing four subject area tests continues to gain steam in the Legislature.
Congressional Republicans vowed Thursday to toughen President Barack Obama's day-old legislation to authorize military force against Islamic State fighters.
police officer told a Texas jury Thursday that a former Marine charged in the deaths of two men, including "American Sniper" author Chris Kyle, told him he had "taken a couple of souls" and had more to take.
House Speaker John Boehner left open the possibility Thursday of a potential shutdown at the Department of Homeland Security because of a congressional impasse over immigration.
For the U.S. auto industry, 2014 was the year of the recall.
The fathers of three young Muslims allegedly slain by a neighbor who was angry over parking spots stood before their caskets Thursday and urged a crowd of thousands to protect others by demanding justice.
A looming veto by President Barack Obama of a Republican-championed bill foreshadows a key question for the White House: whether the president and Republicans can find areas to work together, even as Obama strikes down many of their top priorities.
CalStar Products, a North Carolina-based brick and masonry products manufacturer, announced this week that it is moving production efforts from a Wisconsin site to its Lowndes County facility.
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