Madison Mayor Mary Hawkins Butler filed a Supreme Court challenge to the constitutionality of how medical marijuana was placed on the ballot in November.
The School Recognition Program, which provides bonuses for Mississippi teachers in high-performing schools, went unfunded this year.
Restauranteur and author Robert St. John sits down with Mississippi Today Editor-At-Large Marshall Ramsey.
The state high court will hear oral arguments on a challenge to the voter-passed medical marijuana program. What are the issues?
There have been no independent audits to determine if the for-profit Medicaid administrator Centene is helping health outcomes.
Uncle Sam gives Mississippi a little lift.
The reporting beat out five other 2021 Goldsmith Prize finalists including Politico, Reuters, Tampa Bay Times, Indianapolis Star and AL.com.
Mississippi health officials say the risk of blood clots from the J&J vaccine are very slim. The pause is only expected to last a few days.
The lawsuit argues Mississippi violated federal law by spending less on majority-Black schools than majority-white ones.
Postpartum coverage is critical in Mississippi, the poorest state in the nation with high rates of infant and maternal mortality.
The NCAA says it may ban Mississippi championships over a law barring trans athletes from competing on women’s teams.
Smilow Prep Charter School must meet certain conditions in order to continue serving 5th through 8th graders in Jackson.
Lawmakers approved major increases in power, authority and spending for the Mississippi Department of Public Safety this session.
Critics of the Jackson gun shows say firearms are more easily purchased and vendors rarely adhere to background check processes.