A Mississippi sheriff's deputy is suing singer R. Kelly, alleging that Kelly had a yearslong affair with his wife that broke up his marriage.
A top Democrat is calling on Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant to expand the list of topics for a special legislative session, but the governor's spokesman says the budget remains the only agenda item for now.
Mississippi's tax collector wants to make sure people renting rooms or vacation properties online pay sales and lodging taxes.
Republican Gov. Phil Bryant is calling Mississippi legislators back to the Capitol for a special session starting June 5.
A new state government almanac known as the Blue Book is now available in Mississippi.
A city that relies heavily on tourism is joining several other local governments in abandoning the Mississippi flag because it contains the Confederate battle emblem.
More military veterans will soon be able to hunt or fish for free at certain events in Mississippi.
A new report says that even if Mississippi's public employee pension system was meeting investment assumptions, governments still aren't putting away enough money to whittle down debt from previous pension underfunding.
State government offices are closing Monday in Mississippi and Alabama for Confederate Memorial Day.
Mississippi's governor has vetoed a criminal justice bill because of a typographical error that he says could have unintended consequences.
Mississippi does not need to spend $50,000 on a public relations campaign to tell people that wild hogs are dangerous, Republican Gov. Phil Bryant said this week in blocking part of a budget bill.
Former Southaven Mayor Greg Davis will be retried on felony fraud and embezzlement charges in Oxford.
Mississippi's eight public universities are raising tuition by an average of 6.6 percent next fall, saying state budget cuts require them to raise more revenue from students.
There has been plenty of hand-wringing about the Mississippi budget the past several months, with Republican Gov. Phil Bryant making multiple rounds of cuts because tax collections fell short of expectations.
Toyota Motor Co. says it will build a $10 million center for visitors and interactive training at its northeast Mississippi assembly plant.
Mississippi politicians will face new limits next year on how they can use campaign cash, under an ethics law the Legislature passed after media investigations revealed spending on everything from mortgage payments to cowboy boots.
A businessman who bribed Mississippi's former prisons chief will only have to pay a $20,000 fine, not the $150,000 originally imposed, after he testified Wednesday that his debts outweigh his assets.
Federal labor regulators have added to charges to a complaint that Nissan Motor Co. and a contract worker agency at Nissan's Mississippi plant have violated workers' rights.
Ever heard of a hog-dog rodeo?
None of the people accused of bribing former Mississippi Corrections Commissioner Christopher Epps have gone to trial. Yet.
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