Posted: 5:12 PM All areas of Bonita Lakes will be closed all day Friday for maintenance.
Posted: 3:41 PM A new report finds more than 1.285 million Mississippians voted for president in 2012, one of the largest turnouts ever in the state.
Updated: 2:56 PM Law enforcement officials say other letters sent to the U.S. Senate and even President Obama are being tested for poisonous ricin.
Posted: 7:17 PM Absentee voting has begun for upcoming municipal elections in Meridian and other cities and towns in Mississippi.
Posted: 6:43 PM Meridian police are warning women about keeping an eye on their purses while they're shopping.
Updated: 6:28 PM Senate Majority Leader Reid says a letter with ricin or another poison was sent to Sen. Roger Wicker.
Posted: 11:50 AM The University of Southern Mississippi's plans to recover from a February tornado that hit the Hattiesburg campus include a landscaping project.
Updated: 12:05 PM A bill has been signed into law that revises the definition of felonious child abuse.
Posted: 10:50 AM In a court filing Friday, a lawyer for disbarred attorney Dickie Scruggs said he may ask for a rehearing or petition the U.S. Supreme Court.
Updated: 11:10 PM Security is being tightened at landmarks, government buildings, transit hubs and sporting events around the U.S. and the world following the explosions at the Boston Marathon.
Posted: 8:01 PM Gov. Phil Bryant has vetoed a bill that would have allowed Mississippians to transport a limited amount of unopened alcohol through dry counties.
Posted: 7:55 PM Officials in Mississippi say two detectives tried for several minutes to restrain a murder suspect they had been questioning before the suspect wrestled away a gun.
Posted: 7:15 PM Meridian police had a busy weekend answering calls about robberies and shootings.