In issuing a preliminary injunction, Judge Carlton Reeves said the law “threatens immediate harm to women’s rights, especially considering most women do not seek abortions services until after six weeks.”
Darryl Wayne Griffin, Sr., 55, of Carriere was sentenced Friday by U.S. District Judge Sul Ozerden to 87 months in prison, followed by a lifetime of supervised release, for accessing with intent to view visual depictions of minors engaged in sexually explicit conduct.
Attorney generals from across America are urging the U.S. Department of Education (DOE) to automatically forgive the student loans of veterans who became totally and permanently disabled while in service to our country.
With an extra day off this weekend for most consumers, retailers are offering plenty of sales. According to BlackFriday.com, Memorial Day is a particularly good weekend for mattresses, appliances and furniture.
An increase in violence means every day citizens could find themselves at crime scenes. The City of Jackson is working with a community group and doctors at the University of Mississippi Medical Center to provide trauma training.
Naval Facilities Engineering Command Southeast awarded an $18.9 million construction contract for the design and construction of an Expeditionary Combat Skills student berthing at Naval Construction Battalion Center in Gulfport.
The old Bay St. Louis train depot serves as the centerpiece for what is known as the Depot District. A row of retail spaces has fallen into disrepair and been abandoned in recent years, but a new beginning is in the air.
In a specially called meeting on Thursday, the Gulfport City Council approved a change directive that lifts the temporary suspension of work and gives contractor Jay Bearden Construction guidelines on how to fix the problems.
With a forecast for additional rises along the Lower Mississippi River during the next two weeks, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is now anticipating the opening of the Morganza Spillway to accommodate the excess water.
Researchers working in the murky waters of the northern Gulf Coast have located the wreck of the last ship known to bring enslaved people from Africa to the United States, historical officials said Wednesday.
Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood says he’s concerned about the environmental impact of the Bonnet Carre’ Spillway opening. And he’s asking to meet with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to gather more information on how it affects Mississippi.
The Biloxi City Council unanimously voted to coordinate with CSX and the Mississippi Department of Transportation to begin the process of closing the railroad crossings at Nixon Street and Delauney Street.
Detectives with the St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s Office and troopers from Louisiana State Police concluded a lengthy investigation Wednesday (May 22) with numerous search warrants and arrests being made related to a drug trafficking organization based out of Slidell.
More than one in four Mississippi third graders didn't pass a toughened reading test on the first try this spring, leaving it in question as to whether they will advance on time to the fourth grade next fall
Administrators at Ohio State University should release the names of all coaches, trainers and personnel who knew of but failed to act on complaints about a now-dead team doctor who sexually abused male students for nearly two decades, said attorneys for some of the victims.