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Keenum Elected VP of the Southeastern Conference

Updated: 3:49 PM - Mississippi State University president, Dr. Mark Keenum, was elected vice-president of the Southeastern Conference by his fellow presidents/chancellors Friday at the SEC's summer meeting in Destin, Fla.

Howell Denied Rehearing by Supreme Court

Posted: 4:13 PM - The Mississippi Supreme Court has declined to take another look at an appeal from death row inmate Marlon Howell, who was convicted in the 2000 slaying of a carrier for the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal.

2015 Shrimp Season Opens Wednesday

Posted: 11:23 AM - The Mississippi Department of Marine Resources says fishermen can start trawling state waters for shrimp beginning at 6 a.m. June 3.

Jury Hung in Manslaughter Trial

Updated: 05/29/2015 - A Lauderdale County jury was unable to reach a unanimous verdict in the manslaughter trial of Mitchell Roberts.
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Echols Named Capital One Academic All-American

Posted: 2:55 PM - Senior outfielder turned infielder for Mississippi State, Julia Echols was named to the Capital One Academic All-American third team with a perfect 4.0 GPA while going for her graduate degree.

ECCC Baseball Players Receive End of Year Awards

Posted: 2:53 PM - Will Myers named to first team while sophomores, Ben Cooley, Cody Daigle, Lane Fazende, Dylan Little, and freshman Michael Davis have been named second team MACJC All-State

Ole Miss Set For NCAA Regional

Posted: 05/28/2015 - Ole Miss Joins Maryland, UCLA and CSU-Bakersville in the Los Angeles Regional of the NCAA Baseball Tournament

Mississippi Department of Mental Health Agenda

Updated: 05/21/2015 - The governing board for the Mississippi Department of Mental Health met Thursday in Meridian. One main issue that was discussed involved an effort to open more group homes that are designed to help people who are recovering from substance abuse.

National Stroke Awareness Month

Updated: 05/20/2015 - The month of May is Stroke Awareness Month and doctors encourage everyone to know the symptoms of a stroke to help reduce side effects from the disease.

Blue Bell Laying Off Alabama Workers

Posted: 05/19/2015 - Scores of Alabama workers are being affected by Blue Bell's partial shutdown following a listeria outbreak linked to its ice cream.

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