Islamic State militants tortured and abused Kurdish children captured earlier this year near the northern Syrian town of Kobani, beating them with hoses and electric cables, an international rights group said Tuesday.
The Ebola outbreak has spawned a "silent killer," experts say: hidden cases of malaria, pneumonia, typhoid and the like that are going untreated.
As slow-moving lava approached a cemetery in a rural Hawaii town, Aiko Sato placed flowers at the headstone of the family plot she's tended to over the years, thinking it would be the last time she would see it.
Amnesty International today accused Israel of committing war crimes during the war in the Gaza Strip this summer.
Charles "Chuck" Younger and Bobby Patrick appear to be heading for a runoff election to see who will replace the late Terry Brown in the state Senate.
Local voters Ruthie Moffitt, left, and Susie Bridges cast their votes this morning at Union Academy Elementary.
Oktibbeha County supervisors voted Monday to split an estimated $387,200 of additional state aid road repair money to fund infrastructure projects.
Free and open to the public, the presentation will begin at 6 p.m. in Poindexter Hall on the MUW campus.
Oktibbeha County deputies are investigating two recent shooting incidents that occurred near the Pointe at MSU apartments on Blackjack Road.
Supervisors approved amending the county's budget to cover remaining costs of a new baseball field in the Plum Grove community.
Mississippi has warned biofuel maker KiOR that it could demand immediate repayment of the company's entire $69.4 million debt.
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.
1. Y accepting sealed bids for Camp Pratt COLUMBUS & LOWNDES COUNTY
2. Trotter shooting suspect arrested COLUMBUS & LOWNDES COUNTY
3. P&Z commission OK lot divisions for industrial park STARKVILLE & OKTIBBEHA COUNTY