While targeting penalties are up 73 percent this year, veteran Southeastern Conference football official Stan Murray said he believes the message of the dangers of targeting are getting through to players and coaches alike.
When "Lucky" makes its box office debut on Sept. 29, it will mark the end of 60 years of acting by Harry Dean Stanton, who died last week at the age of 91.
From rescuing residents and pets from flooded homes to restoring electrical power for thousands of people, the Golden Triangle lent a hand to hurricane victims.
Brenda Comer had an idea a while back and she knew just who to take it to.
This is beginning to look familiar, isn't it?
The Mississippi State football team flipped the script again against LSU and suddenly a team nobody thought very much of seems to have no limitations.
No two stories are the same.
The 18th annual Bulldog Bash, billed as the state's largest free outdoor concert, returns to its downtown roots with an expanded schedule that kicks off this afternoon.
Until this year, no one since 1907 had dared put together an encyclopedia of Mississippi.
The video of Columbus Police Department officer Keith Dowd berating and intimidating 20-year-old Joshua Hibbler during a routine traffic stop last month has been met with universal condemnation. The repercussions should go far beyond the fate of that single officer.
The Mississippi Encyclopedia is the literary equivalent of the Great Pyramids -- 1,400 entries written by 650 contributors, researched by 100 more. It runs 1,500 pages, weighs nine pounds and was 14 years in the making.
Specialized crews from The Golden Triangle have arrived in storm-battered Florida and more help is on the way.
In his long career in real estate, Dick Leike has not only sold some historic properties, he's bought them, too.
The last America saw of Andy Taylor, he was about 60 years old. But for those wondering what the beloved sheriff of Mayberry from "The Andy Griffith Show" might have been like in his 80s, Willie "Hoot" West may be a close approximation.
Zachary's restaurant has long be known for its giving back, something owner Doug Pellum feels is a big part of his restaurant's ethos.
It took the Caledonia Board of Aldermen about an hour to go through its agenda before arriving on the last item during Tuesday's board meeting.
The recent spike in gasoline prices caused by Hurricane Harvey should last no more than a few weeks, said AAA spokesman Don Redman.
Commission or committee?
During its regular meeting tonight, the Caledonia Board of Aldermen is expected to determine how Ola. J. Pickett will be managed.
It would be premature to say the Mississippi State football team will have a dominant defense this season based on its performance Saturday in a season-opening 49-0 victory against Charleston Southern, a Football Championship Subdivision team that was playing out of its league.
There are many things Frank Dowsing was and one thing he is not.
A long day of threatening weather paced with little damage, according to emergency management directors in Lowndes and Oktibbeha counties.
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