Mississippi has warned biofuel maker KiOR that it could demand immediate repayment of the company's entire $69.4 million debt.
Oktibbeha County supervisors voted Monday to split an estimated $387,200 of additional state aid road repair money to fund infrastructure projects.
Oktibbeha County deputies are investigating two recent shooting incidents that occurred near the Pointe at MSU apartments on Blackjack Road.
Vendors wishing to sell goods at the Hitching Lot Holiday Market have until Friday to register for a booth.
Locals hoping to get a jump-start on their holiday shopping will have the opportunity this weekend at the annual Downtown Christmas Open House.
The Official Rhythm and Blues Music Hall of Fame will be in Clarksdale, says founder and CEO LaMont Robinson.
The Mississippi Rural Water Association has sued the state Public Service Commission in federal court.
This year's Senate races have featured astronomical spending, ceaseless attack ads and innumerable slaps at a president who's not on the ballot.
No, dear voter, it wasn't a dream. If you sat down in front of a television in Arkansas lately, you really did see that many political ads.
Brittany Maynard's last days started a national conversation about whether it's OK for a terminally ill person to end their own life.
Federal regulators are investigating whether Honda Motor Co. failed to report deaths and injuries that occurred in its vehicles.
A security guard fired after President Barack Obama's trip to Atlanta said Monday that he lost his job because he snapped a picture of the presidential motorcade.
The silvery, 1,776-foot skyscraper that rose from the ashes of 9/11 to become a symbol of American resilience opened for business Monday.
The Columbus Police Department is asking for donations to help make Christmas special for local children.
Four Starkville "fiberhoods" are now qualified for engineering and construction efforts associated with C Spire's upcoming fiber optic, residential Internet service, and a spokesperson says the company could soon announce a service turn-on date for two city neighborhoods.
Construction of a firing range for local military and law enforcement personnel is still on course for an end-of-2014 completion.
Mississippi has state elections in 2015, and it's a safe bet that lawmakers will try to endear themselves to voters by debating a tax cut.
The U.S. government allowed police in Ferguson, Missouri, to restrict more than 37 square miles of airspace for nearly two weeks in August for safety reasons, but audio recordings show that local authorities instead wanted to keep news helicopters away during violent street protests.
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