Posted: 12:09 PM State Auditor Stacey Pickering has returned 22 pieces of property and equipment to Mississippi's Surplus Property Division.
Updated: 11:25 AM Mississippi's longest-serving current member of Congress faces two challengers Nov. 6.
Posted: 10:45 AM Lauderdale County plans to sell off more than 200 mobile homes for which taxes are still owed.
Updated: 10:39 AM A health care company has donated $30,000 to help children in Mississippi stay healthy.
Updated: 6:46 PM Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood is opposing congressional legislation that could preempt states' authority in governing payday lending businesses.
Posted: 6:26 PM The Mississippi State Department of Health is reporting 13 new human cases of West Nile virus.
Updated: 11:45 PM Two young females were able to escape after an attempted kidnapping in two separate incidents.
Updated: 11:34 PM Just over a week into operation, and Silver Airways is still working out a few small bugs.
Updated: 11:36 PM Locals are being warned about a scam that is claiming life threatening consequences.
Posted: 12:02 PM Neshoba County has decided not to hire a private company to collect garbage.
Updated: 12:04 PM A routine traffic stop in Clarke County has ended with the confiscation of drugs, cash and an arrest.
Posted: 11:29 AM FEMA will have a service team available in Jones County through Oct. 16.
Updated: 5:34 PM Flu shots are available now through county health departments in Mississippi.
Posted: 10:36 AM Officials are urging drivers to be cautious on roadways as deer are more active and visible during the fall months.
Updated: 10:38 AM An investigation is ongoing into a crash that killed a Union man and hospitalized an infant.
Posted: 11:03 PM Police say a man tried to kidnap an 11-year old girl on Sunday night.
Updated: 11:37 PM Officials are working to strengthen economic development in Neshoba County.
Updated: 11:44 PM A prayer vigil was held Sunday afternoon in Dumont Plaza to pray for the recent violence in Meridian to end.
Updated: 11:39 PM Mississippi Senator Roger Wicker says the new Kemper County coal plant is a step in the right direction for our state's economy.
Posted: 4:13 PM USM athletic department's deficit tops $1.2 million.
Updated: 2:51 PM Local runners gathered to support a local child in her fight against cystic fibrosis.
Updated: 10:13 PM A local college named a new facility on campus after its president.
Updated: 11:59 PM Meridian Police are investigating three separate incidents that took place on Saturday.