Updated: 11:20 PM More than 51 million Americans suffer from a disability. To call attention to it, this week has been designated National Rehabilitation Week.
Posted: 10:48 AM The Mississippi Department of Health has reported another swine flu death in Jones County.
Updated: 7:38 AM The past few weeks have seen an increase in the number of flu cases reported.
Posted: 11:01 AM The Mississippi Department of Health has reported the state's sixth swine flu death.
Updated: 7:35 PM As swine flu widens its net, more students are falling victim to it, including dozens of students who were out sick this week at Southeast Lauderdale campuses.
Updated: 7:35 PM The March of Dimes is preparing for its annual March for Babies, a fundraiser to help in the fight against birth defects.
Posted: 10:03 AM The Mississippi Department of Health has reported the state's fifth swine flu death.
Updated: 8:18 PM Local volunteers who go all out to raise money to help cancer patients made a presentation Tuesday at the Anderson Cancer Center in Meridian.
Posted: 10:52 AM The Mississippi State Department of Health is reporting five more human cases of West Nile virus.
Posted: 10:48 AM A jury will soon begin hearing testimony in the first trial over whether Gulf Coast storm victims were exposed to potentially dangerous fumes while living in government-issued trailers.
Posted: 7:02 PM State health officials say Mississippians can begin lining up for swine flu shots around mid-October.
Posted: 1:14 PM Cong. Gregg Harper of Mississippi's third district called on President Obama to "go back to the drawing board" on health care reform.
Posted: 5:35 PM In advance of President Barack Obama's health care speech to Congress, Mississippi Sen. Roger Wicker spoke about proposed reform.
Posted: 2:13 PM The Mississippi Department of Health reported Tuesday that there are three new cases of West Nile virus in the state.
Posted: 12:02 PM A Troy University student is believed to be the fourth person in Alabama to die from the swine flu.
Updated: 3:29 PM Mississippi officials say the state is poised to fight swine flu, but may not have enough school nurses.
Updated: 7:44 PM As the number of cases of swine flu grows, it's enough to make people a little bit nervous. But state health officials say there's still no need for panic.
Updated: 5:39 PM Labor Day weekend means a lot more people traveling, and with that, more traffic accidents are likely, and a higher demand for blood products.
Updated: 12:11 PM Gentiva Health Services Inc. says it has completed its acquisition of Rush Home Care Inc., in a move to expand into seven new counties.
Updated: 11:04 AM Thanks to a physical education grant, the Community Students Learning Center is changing the way students in Holmes County look at fitness. It could be an example for other Mississippi schools.
Posted: 3:05 PM Third District Congressman Gregg Harper is expressing doubts about the future of proposed health care reform.
Posted: 10:52 AM In the past week, dozens of Mississippians have come down with the H1N1 virus, also known as swine flu. Since May, the state has recorded nearly 600 cases.
Posted: 10:55 AM Warren County Coroner Doug Huskey said preliminary swine flu test results were negative for a 15-year-old Warren Central High student who died last week.
Updated: 7:12 PM Meridian Public Schools has not had any identified cases of swine flu, but officials say they are taking precautions.