Posted: 10:44 AM Seventeen elementary school students, plus the driver of a car, received minor injuries in a school bus accident in Petal Monday.
Updated: 3:02 PM A Mississippi man made a brief court appearance Monday morning on a charge he sent poison letters to President Obama and Sen. Roger Wicker.
Updated: 10:14 AM The U.S. Supreme Court has rejected Alabama's appeal to revive portions of a state immigration law.
Posted: 7:34 PM Fire investigators are working to determine what started a fire at a car and boat shop.
Posted: 4:48 PM Police say they took three juveniles into custody for breaking into cars at a local church.
Posted: 4:01 PM Mississippi man charged in suspicious letters case.
Posted: 1:11 AM Police in Starkville are investigating an armed robbery on the campus of MSU.
Updated: 1:01 AM Locals were given the chance to make a difference in the community this weekend.
Updated: 6:54 PM A local church is taking steps to set a good example for youth in the community.
Updated: 6:55 PM Some local students will receive a college education thanks to a fundraiser banquet.
Posted: 12:21 AM The Clarke County NAACP sponsored a rally to allow local political candidates an opportunity to make their voices heard.
Posted: 9:52 PM A accident involving an ambulance led to at least one injury.
Posted: 11:56 AM Top officials at the Mississippi State Department of Health say they're trying to prevent layoffs for 41 employees and 41 contract workers.
Posted: 11:51 AM A new law effective July 1 will regulate the prescription and use of abortion-inducing drugs.
Updated: 11:58 AM The FBI has arrested a second suspect, Everett Dutschke, in connection with ricin-tainted letters sent to the president and others.