A Democratic member of the Mississippi Legislature says he’s running for the U.S. House.
The University of Southern Mississippi is eliminating some positions due to budget cuts.
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There are currently eight completely dry counties in the state of Mississippi. But Clarke County could be taken off of that list soon. Next …
A woman is in custody after burglarizing a business Wednesday night.
A man is in critical condition after being struck by a vehicle Thursday morning.
The University of Southern Mississippi announced plans to switch from their Russell Athletics vendor to Adidas beginning in the year 2024.…
In early October, the University of Southern Mississippi announced that come January 1st, 2018, all campuses will be going tobacco-free.
The University of Southern Mississippi has rolled out a new RN-BSN program for Mississippi nurses and ADN students.
A reward is being offered for information that could help a Pine Belt family find two missing goats.
Two Mississippi men were sentenced Tuesday in Forrest County Circuit Court after pleading guilty to possession of child pornography and chil…
Petal Chamber of Commerce warns business owners of counterfeit bills circulating the area
Three teachers in Lamar County have received grants that will enhance their students learning in the classroom.
The Hattiesburg Police Department collected approximately 115 pounds of unwanted, expired, and unused pharmaceutical drugs.
Officials in one Mississippi city are still wrangling over whether they can move a century-old Confederate monument.
The Hattiesburg Police Department is investigating a shooting that left one injured Sunday afternoon.
Casino revenue fell across Mississippi in September, with Gulf Coast casinos posting steeper declines than gambling halls along the Mississi…
Surrounded by their constituents, Hattiesburg Mayor Toby Barker and Ward Five Councilman Nicholas Brown unveiled the city’s latest infrastru…
An explosive that possibly dates back to World War II was found in Forrest County this week.
A local toddler received a life changing gift Thursday morning.
Smith says that he called his neighbors when he saw the cross burning. Still in disbelief, they took pictures, while waiting for the police.
Hancock Whitney Bank is helping students become educated in finances.
In conjunction with the DEA’s National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day, the Laurel Police Department is holding its own take-back event.
The Hub City Police department hosted a day long active shooter seminar and training on Tuesday.
A Mississippi bank is buying an Alabama bank for $60 million, expanding its footprint in the southwest part of Alabama.