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Hearing to continue today in ricin letter case

Posted 4/22/2013 in State

The man charged with mailing ricin-laced letters to the president and a senator was expected back in court today, and the hearing could reveal what evidence authorities have collected from searches of his home and vehicle.

 

 

Suspects turn the tables in many cases

Posted 4/22/2013 in State

 

 

MBI: 25-year-old killed after shooting at police

Posted 4/22/2013 in State

 

 

Attorney: Scant evidence in ricin case

Posted 4/20/2013 in State

Federal authorities have produced scant evidence linking a Mississippi man to the mailing of ricin-laced letters to the president and a senator, his attorney says.

 

Man charged in letters case described as troubled

Posted 4/19/2013 in State

Mississippi man charged with sending ricin-laced letters to the president and other officials was described Thursday as a good father, a quiet neighbor and an entertainer who impersonated Elvis at parties.

Corinth man arrested for mailing suspected ricin

Posted 4/18/2013 in State

A Mississippi man accused of mailing letters with suspected ricin to national leaders believed he had uncovered a conspiracy to sell human body parts on the black market and claimed "various parties within the government" were trying to ruin his reputation.

 

Bryant signs charter school, other education bills

Posted 4/18/2013 in State

Gov. Phil Bryant continues to tout the potential of new education measures. The Republican Bryant signed four bills into law Wednesday at Northwest Rankin High School, where he pledged last fall to seek many of the changes and promised students he would come back to sign the bills before them.

 

 

Purvis man faces trial in Turkey over 'stones'

Posted 4/18/2013 in State

An American tourist who collected stones during a six-day beach holiday with his wife was briefly detained in Turkey and faces trial for attempting to smuggle historical artifacts, he said on Wednesday.

 

 

Miss. clinic doing abortions after court ruling

Posted 4/17/2013 in State

Mississippi's only abortion clinic continued seeing patients Tuesday, the day after a federal judge temporarily stopped the state from closing it.

 

 

Losing appeal, Scruggs wants to go back to prison

Posted 4/17/2013 in State

After losing a key appeal, disbarred Mississippi attorney Richard "Dickie" Scruggs asked to return to federal prison to resume serving out a seven-year prison sentence for trying to illegally influence a judge.

 

Police have suspect in ricin mailing to Wicker

Posted 4/17/2013 in State

Police have a suspect in mind as they investigate a letter mailed to Sen. Roger Wicker that tested positive for poisonous ricin, a Senate colleague said.

 

Only Miss. abortion clinic gets license reprieve

Posted 4/16/2013 in State

A federal judge on Monday temporarily blocked Mississippi from revoking the license of the state's only abortion clinic.

 

 

Police: Suspect, officer struggled for several minutes before shooting

Posted 4/16/2013 in State

Two detectives tried for three or four minutes to restrain a murder suspect they had been questioning before the suspect wrestled away a gun, fatally shot one of the detectives and then committed suicide, officials said Monday.

 

 

Woman sentenced in cooking oil death

Posted 4/16/2013 in State

 

 

Corporal punishment declining

Posted 4/15/2013 in State

 

 

Analysis: Fetal homicide laws not consistent

Posted 4/15/2013 in State

 

 

Law adds wild hogs to population control program

Posted 4/15/2013 in State

 

 

Rock and soul songwriter George Jackson dies at 68

Posted 4/15/2013 in State

Songwriter George Jackson, co-author of "Old Time Rock and Roll" and hundreds of other soul, rock and rhythm and blues tunes, has died. He was 68.

 

 

Ohio man admits making more than 100 bomb threats

Posted 4/12/2013 in State

 

Faulkner heirlooms going to auction in New York

Posted 4/11/2013 in State

Manuscripts and personal letters of the late William Faulkner, whose original writings are a rarity in the literary marketplace, can be viewed Wednesday at Sotheby's in New York -- an event to whet the appetites of scholars ahead of a June auction.

 

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