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Why gun safety is important for all families

More than 100 children and teens in the U.S. die from accidents involving guns each year, and thousands more end up in emergency rooms with serious injuries because they were able to get their hands on someone else's gun too easily.

Four-Way Tie in Thursday Swimsuit Preliminary

Miss Hinds County and Miss MSU Get First Night Preliminary Wins

Five Preliminary Winners in First Night of Competition

Miss Mississippi Hopefuls Arrive in Vicksburg

Miss Rankin County and Miss Magnolia Win in the Final Preliminary

Miss Mississippi Contestants Have a Ball

Continued Coverage

Miss Mississippi Contestants Arrive

Miss Mississippi 2008 Crowned

Miss Mississippi Guitar

Three winners on second night of preliminaries

Miss Mississippi contestants arrive in Vicksburg

Christine Kozlowski is Miss Mississippi 2008

Three Contestants Have A Special Reason For Supporting Adoption

Forty-five contestants are competing for the title of Miss Mississippi 2008. Among them are three contestants who share a common bond. They were all adopted and now they

Kimberly Morgan is Miss Mississippi 2007

History was made at the Miss Mississippi Pageant Saturday night. Miss heritage, Kimberly Morgan has become only the second African American woman to win the coveted title.

Taryn Foshee is the New Miss Mississippi

The new Miss Mississippi is a 21 year old senior at Mississippi State Nniversity who is considering a career as a teacher. Taryn foshee was crowned saturday night at the Vicksburg Convention Center.

Tara Tutor Makes it 3-in-a-Row in Swimsuit Competition

In the Miss Mississippi Pageant's first night of preliminary competition, three winners were announced in talent and swimsuit. One of the winners tells us about the special meaning behind the song she performed and the importance of being on the Miss Mississippi stage.

Text Message Voting for Miss Mississippi Contestants Continues Through July 22

2005 Contestant Groupings

The Ten Finalists

Newly Crowned Miss Mississippi Holds First News Conference

New Comers and Veterans Begin Quest for Crown

Taryn Foshee Looks Back on A Year as Miss Mississippi

Jackson Convention Center Tax

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Rankin County Liquor Referendum

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Constitutional Amendment Defining Marriage

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Mississippi Supreme Court

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U. S. House of Representatives

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President

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Graves Wins Big in Run-Off

Justice James Graves, Jr., defeated Rankin County Circuit Judge Samac Richardson in Tuesday's runoff election for the central district Supreme Court post. Unofficial returns show Graves received 57 percent of the vote.