Hinds County must appoint a receiver to manage its jail by Nov. 1.
David Wright Faladé’s novel is a harrowing fictional tale, interwoven with true-life events from the Civil War.
High school football coaching legend Willis Wright will be inducted into the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame.
Red meat is good some of the time but over time, it will kill your heart.
BCBS is suing several top UMMC employees, alleging defamation and civil conspiracy over the public relations campaign the hospital has been waging.
Policies vary from district to district, but most appear to be relaxing or maintaining relaxed COVID safety protocols for the upcoming school year.
While doubling down on his administration’s controversial firing of former U.S. Attorney Brad Pigott, Gov. Tate Reeves confirmed that multiple federal agencies, including the FBI, are actively investigating the Mississippi welfare scandal.
Republican politicians were non-committal about extending postpartum Medicaid coverage — a policy experts say would help women and children.
State health department officials clarified that mechanical issues at the plant were the primary reason for the conservation advisory, not the heat.
Mississippi Today investigative reporter Anna Wolfe, who has closely covered the state’s welfare scandal, discussed her reporting on MSNBC this week.
On Saturday night, basketball legend Kermit Davis Sr. will be inducted into the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame.
This week, Rick breaks down the 2022 Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame Class and discusses the Braves trade deadline.
Plaintiffs say the checkpoints disproportionately harm people from Black and low-income neighborhoods.
Governor Tate Reeves gets ready to speak at the Neshoba County Fair.