Court proceeding planned for Monday in Canton voter fraud case

Several people charged in the Canton voter fraud case are scheduled to appear at a court proceeding Monday at Madison County Circuit Court. Trials are set to begin in April.

  Tax scams to watch out for this season

It's the height of tax season, and that means you need to be aware of scammers.
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  Residents fret about TX chemical plant fire, despite assurances

Authorities lifted Thursday's order to remain indoors after several hours, saying tests showed the elevated levels of benzene in the air had cleared.


Man shot at apartment complex in Brandon

Confederate monument on Ole Miss campus to be moved

Antonelli College closing Mississippi campuses

Choctaw tribal member sentenced to 45 years in prison for beating man, burning body

2019 Hal’s St. Paddy’s Parade Route

Preparations are underway for the 2019 Hal’s St. Paddy’s Parade. The parade kicks off Saturday at 1 p.m., but there are events taking place all day Saturday.
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  Spring into allergy season with these tips to feel better

If you're one of the millions who go through this every year, there are a few things you can do to ease the discomfort.

Ridgeland HS names new principal, athletic director

Mississippi Weekend’s Ultimate Guide to St. Patrick’s Day in Jackson

18-wheeler crashes into pick up truck, lands in ditch on Star Brandon Rd.

  Governor signs fetal heartbeat bill into law

One dead, one critical after shooting in west Jackson

Tour bus driver stops to help woman after crash in Clinton

DG infant cough syrup recalled, can cause vomiting and diarrhea

  “Fresh Start Act” seeks to help ex-felons gain employment

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Florida man pleads guilty to mailing bombs to Democrats, CNN

A Florida man pleaded guilty Thursday to sending a wave of pipe bombs to CNN and prominent critics of President Donald Trump.


  Bulldogs hope Ben Howland’s success in California stays consistent

Chad Kelly pleads guilty to trespassing

Former Ole Miss QB given probation, community service


  Two families have joined forces to keep guns out of the hands of convicted felons

Raymond man arrested after carjacking woman in Copiah Co.

  MDOT closing Highway 43 for bridge replacements

  March Madness expected to boost sports betting profits at Mississippi casinos

  Governor plans to sign fetal heartbeat bill despite threat of legal action

Nation's most restrictive abortion ban to be signed into law by Governor Phil Bryant on Thursday.
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  Facebook exposed millions of passwords in plain text

Facebook says there is no evidence that employees had abused access to this data.

  FDA approves drug for postpartum depression treatment, but it comes at a hefty price

  Charges dropped against mother of drowned children

Jackson firefighter shoots at attempted robber; suspect still on the run

Woman accused of shooting boyfriend on Jackson street