An inmate, 36, became the 19th prisoner to die in state custody in the last two months and the third at the same facility this month.
Willie Cory Godbolt, 37, is on trial for the May 2017 shooting deaths of eight people in Brookhaven.
The lawsuit, filed in federal court Tuesday, seeks to become a class action suit to represent all Parchman inmates.
Lawmaker says it’s time for better harvest data and accountability for deer and turkey hunters.
As the first contestant on stage, Mississippi pastor Todd Tilghman wowed the judges with his rendition of “We’ve Got Tonite.”
The contract continues the relationship between the Mississippi company and NASA.
As a result of the lawsuit, 325,679 acres of critical habitat in Mississippi and Alabama will be protected for the rare black pinesnake.
In honor of Black History Month, here are three black restaurant owners of Jackson to celebrate.
Godbolt, 37, was found guilty of fatally shooting eight people, including the deputy who arrived at his in-laws’ home in 2017.
Two bills making their way through the Legislature would allow the state auditor to investigate individual recipients of federal money.
Several advocacy groups hold press conference on the Miss. welfare scandal
Advocacy groups give a press conference at Capitol on DHS/TANF scandal
Kathryn Daniels, a 10th grade history teacher, was awarded the Milken Educator Award and $25,000 during a surprise assembly Tuesday, Feb. 25, 2020.
Tuesday was a good day for Petal High School teacher Kathryn Daniels. She received a $25,000 award for teaching excellence.
Kathryn Daniels, a 10th grade history teacher at Petal High School, was surprised at an all-school assembly with a Milken Educator Award and $25,000.