People in Mississippi's largest county are demanding answers about why some polling places ran out of ballots and voters had to wait for them to be replenished on election day.
National Democrats think Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves is vulnerable. They're pouring millions to help challenger Brandon Presley — a public service commissioner with a famous last name.
Citing errors by police, a Mississippi judge declared a mistrial Thursday in the case of two white men accused of chasing and shooting at a Black FedEx driver who was making a delivery.
Kristen Clarke of the Justice Department said the Mississippi officers "caused harm to the entire community who feel that they can't trust the police officers who are supposed to serve them."
Mississippi passed a law restricting who could help voters seeking assistance casting their ballots by mail. A federal judge ruled it limited access to the polls and was therefore not permitted.
The Mississippi 17-year-old is not participating in her high school graduation ceremony because school officials told her to dress like a boy and a federal judge did not block the officials' decision.
Mississippi's Parchman Farm was once one of the country's most notorious prisons. The University of Mississippi has introduced college-level classes to offer inmates education - including the blues.
Plumes of smoke emanated from the charred remains of the home in Mississippi hours after a body was recovered. Dylan Arrington, 22, perished inside the home, authorities said.
Companies run by former professional wrestler Ted "Teddy" DiBiase Jr. received "sham contracts" in Mississippi and misspent millions of dollars of welfare money, according to a new federal indictment.
Western Mississippi is turning to recovery after being hit by a long-track tornado on Friday. Here's what made it so destructive — and why the impact of climate change on tornadoes is still unclear.