Updated: 1:51 PM Mississippi Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann says over 98% of the state's voters already have a photo ID.
Posted: 12:04 PM Meridian's mayor has scheduled a news conference about crime prevention for Thursday.
Posted: 10:46 AM Cost is the primary concern for Mississippi lawmakers faced with a decision on whether to expand the state Medicaid program with the implementation of the Affordable Care Act.
Updated: 3:07 PM With municipal elections coming soon, the city of Meridian is still waiting for approval of its redistricting.
Posted: 11:51 AM Two Alabama lawmakers are planning to push legislation to prevent elder abuse and increase the penalties for offenders.
Posted: 10:53 PM Mississippi's attorney general is predicting an outcome for the approaching fiscal cliff.
Posted: 1:41 PM Audits: Alabama boards not following immigration law.
Posted: 3:50 PM Opponents of a child care finger scanning system in Mississippi say it's causing financial harm to providers who are part of it and they're pointing their fingers at the Department of Human Services.
Updated: 1:42 PM Mississippi state Sen. Alice Harden, who served in the office for 24 years, has died at age 64.
Updated: 12:06 AM Meridian's city clerk says the city stands to save a million dollars over time.
Posted: 4:42 PM The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency director made recommendations to Congress about streamlining the recovery process in large disasters.
Updated: 12:04 AM Meridian police say they are enforcing a controversial city ordinance in an effort to curb crime.
Posted: 3:36 PM Governor Phil Bryant will serve as guest speaker at MSU's fall graduation ceremony in Starkville.
Updated: 2:37 PM Alabama Governor's Mansion open for Christmas tours.
Posted: 2:29 PM Gov. Phil Bryant's education proposal includes expanding school choice.
Updated: 12:18 AM Many local residents say they are in favor of Mississippi adopting a lottery system.
Posted: 10:48 AM Parents with children in Alabama's prepaid college tuition program are frustrated that they can't plan for the future while the Alabama Supreme Court decides how much tuition the program will pay.
Posted: 6:25 PM Economists say growth and employment should increase in Mississippi next year, led by an improved housing market and an increase in home construction.
Posted: 3:43 PM Alabama lawmaker to push bill allowing guns at work.
Posted: 10:32 AM Mississippi's unemployment rate dropped slightly in October.
Updated: 10:28 AM Alabama's governor is defending his decision against creating a state-based health insurance exchange program.
Posted: 6:01 PM The Mississippi secretary of state's says several counties are late filing certified results from the Nov. 6 election.
Updated: 6:29 PM Three federal judges say they won't order Mississippi to hold a new round of legislative elections in 2013.