Mississippi Strong

South Mississippi Strong: Entrepreneur provides platform to highlight black-owned businesses

Seeing a need to help black business owners, Alexis Williams created a Facebook page to offer support and resources to entrepreneurs.

Jackson Fire takes to the streets to ask you to “Fill the Boot"

  ‘People with disabilities can do phenomenal things’: JSU student with cerebral palsy graduates Summa Cum Laude

  Forensic interviewers are on the front lines for abused children

  Young robotics students from Madison County win big at world championship

MS STRONG: Jackson food truck feeds Vicksburg tornado victims Sunday

  Mississippi Strong: Tom’s Fried Pies makes national list

Continued Coverage

  Mississippi Strong: UMMC teams with Murrah High School for the Base Pair Program

  Mississippi Strong: Dr. Mark Yeager and TEAAM Autism

Mississippi Strong: Brandon MLB player turns to ministry

  MS STRONG: Redwood Elementary students raise money for flood victims

  Mississippi Strong: Flowood woman has food truck converted to mobile shower truck for homeless


  Mississippi Strong : Jackson Prep Senior raises $600,000 to build accessible baseball fields

Joseph Voynik shows why he is Mississippi Strong. The 17 year old raised more than $600,000 to help build accessible baseball fields for children in the state with mental and physical disabilities. He will receive a national youth volunteer award in May.

  The state’s youngest heart transplant patient and her family show why they are Mississippi Strong

Before her surgery, when she was three-months-old, Gabby's parents and younger sister died in a house fire. Two weeks later, Gabby found a heart donor.

  MISSISSIPPI STRONG: South Jackson resident James Davis shows dedication to youth, community

This week’s Mississippi Strong nominee has shown much love and dedication to his south Jackson neighborhood.

  MISSISSIPPI STRONG: Rankin County Sheriff’s Deputy rescues family from fire, saves Christmas

“They expect us to go above and beyond at all times that’s why we do this job,” explained Elward.

  Mississippi Strong: How Project Evergreen and one local business are helping military families

South Mississippi Strong: Harrison County girl’s art is good for the heart