In transcripts of secretly-recorded conversations, Hinds County District Attorney Robert Shuler Smith uses profanity and says "we going to get him free" about a criminal defendant. But, Smith's attorney says, he doesn't implicate himself.
The College Board staff says Jackson State University is spending down its bank account, making it harder for the university to pay debt, and trustees of Mississippi's public universities are hiring an accounting firm to oversee the school.
Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann says the Mississippi Gulf Coast will lose millions of dollars in tax revenue if Biloxi's proposal to rezone 20 acres of waterfront property where Margaritaville developers want to build a $140 million expansion.
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