Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour is asking lawmakers to approve funding for a facility that would produce renewable crude oil from trees.
Odenville has fired its fire chief after an incident in which two premature stillborn fetuses were flushed down a toilet at a home.
Cal-Maine Foods Inc., the nation's largest egg seller and distributor, said it is recalling about 800,000 dozen eggs related to an expanded recall tied to a salmonella outbreak.
Ninety new workers have been hired by Paccar's Columbus plant, as the maker of engines for commercial trucks readies to begin production by the end of the year.
In the Digital Age, more and more organizations are taking their business online, and the result is a level of interaction with the customer that was unimaginable even two decades ago.
After crossing union workers' picket lines at Omnova Solutions Inc., at least three local businesses have had roofing tacks thrown in their driveways, said Lowndes County Sheriff Butch Howard.
Lawmakers will return to the Capitol next week to consider an incentive package for a $500 million economic development project.
The "Tonight Show" host and comedian will appear Saturday at the Beau Rivage Theater in a benefit performance for residents who have been impacted by the BP oil spill.
Two union workers were arrested at Omnova Wednesday evening while they were protesting the way the company treated them.
The Columbus Farmers' Market again is offering seniors greater access to healthy, locally grown foods -- like fruits, vegetables, honey and fresh-cut herbs -- by participating in a state program allowing them to use vouchers at the market.
Melissa Carter, manager of Twin States Federal Credit Union, graduated Southeast CUNA Management School.
An Amory business man pleads guilty to federal fraud charges.
As long as the lights stay on, most people are content to stay in the dark about who runs their electric company.
The people have voted: No liquor in Booneville.
Another teenage lesbian is suing a Mississippi school district, this time over a policy banning females from wearing tuxedos in yearbook portraits.
JACKSON -- Fast-growing and relatively affluent suburbs could gain representation in the Mississippi Legislature, while economically struggling areas with shrinking populations could lose some seats.
Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour said Monday he's creating a 34-member group to examine the impact of the BP oil spill and help devise a recovery and development plan for the state's coastal region.
Hundreds of people, including law officers from across Mississippi, attended a funeral Friday for a Jackson police officer who was killed while trying to capture an escaped inmate.
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