Lawyers have billed taxpayers more than $400,000 so far in a power struggle over control of the airport in Mississippi's largest city.
A Mississippi Supreme Court decision about guns in courthouses provided different perspectives from several justices, including a history lesson about gun rights from Justice Leslie B. King, the only African-American currently serving on the nine-member court.
Mississippi voters will not see a debate between two candidates before the Republican primary runoff in a congressional race.
A Mississippi lawmaker who placed third in a U.S. Senate primary is endorsing one of the remaining candidates.
A majority of Mississippi Supreme Court justices ruled Thursday that some local judges were wrong to ban people with enhanced concealed-carry licenses from taking guns into courthouses.
Seven groups seeking to open eight charter schools in Mississippi have moved forward to the next phase in the application process.
The Republican and Democratic campaigns heading into the June 26 runoffs for Congress and Senate are likely to have sharply contrasting tones.
The City of Biloxi's longest serving mayor, A.J. Holloway, has died.
Mississippi is holding party primaries Tuesday for a U.S. Senate seat held since 2007 by Republican Roger Wicker, who was endorsed months ago by President Donald Trump.
If a U.S. senator and a public service commissioner get their way, many Mississippians will spend the next six months trying to prove how bad their local cellphone service is.
The fate of an iconic Mississippi Delta juke joint could become clearer in coming weeks.
Casually dressed on a warm spring evening, potential voters piled fried catfish onto paper plates and settled onto rows of white folding chairs inside a community center in central Mississippi.
The husband of TV and movie actress Sela Ward is making his first run for political office in her native Mississippi, competing in a six-person Democratic primary for a U.S. Senate seat held by a Republican in a deeply conservative state.
Gov. Phil Bryant told reporters Thursday that he's still exploring a special legislative session to provide more state money for Mississippi's roads and bridges.
A defense contractor announced Thursday that it will invest $100 million at its Mississippi plant to expand its ability to make and test military radars.
Lawyers asked a federal judge Thursday to appoint an outsider to take over Mississippi's foster care system, saying state government's latest attempt to fix the system's long-running problems has failed.
One person has died in a wreck on Mississippi highways during the Memorial Day holiday period.
Mississippi's top elections official said Tuesday that a "disappointing" number of absentee ballots have been requested for the June 5 party primaries for U.S. House and Senate.
A new report reinforces what many Mississippi residents already know, but legislators don't often discuss: affordable child care is vital to the state economy.
Musician and rapper Afroman has agreed to pay $65,000 to settle a lawsuit filed by a woman he punched during a 2015 Mississippi performance.
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