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Mississippi man gets more than 17 years in federal prison for drug offenses

A Mississippi man was sentenced to 211 months in federal prison for conspiring to possess with intent to ...

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Defendant: Mississippi governor should be target of welfare lawsuit — not in charge of it

By Anna Wolfe Mississippi Today  A defendant in Mississippi’s civil lawsuit to recoup millions in misspent welfare money ...

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Man pleads guilty to sexual battery. He posed as new hire for Mississippi nursing home, then raped one of its residents, officials report.

A convicted felon pleaded guilty to entering a Mississippi nursing home and raping one of its residents. Antwon ...

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Mississippi man sentenced to over 7 years in prison for carjacking

A Mississippi man was sentenced to 92 months in prison for carjacking. According to court documents, on August ...

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Grand jury next step in shooting involving Mississippi FedEx driver

Taking evidence to a grand jury remains the next step in a case that started in January with ...

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Elementary school student arrested after posting pictures holding an AR-style weapon, asked peers if he should bring it to school

Police arrested an unnamed juvenile from a Louisiana elementary school for posting pictures of himself holding an AR-style ...

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Mississippi restaurants ordered to pay back wages for federal labor violations

A Mississippi franchise operator of five chain chicken wing restaurants was illegally deducting money from workers’ wages and ...

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Mississippi police force ‘terrorized’ Black people, lawsuit alleges

Police have “terrorized” Black residents in a small Mississippi town by subjecting them to false arrests, excessive force ...

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Mississippi’s hottest singing trio needs your help tonight. Chapel Hart to perform for chance at America’s Got Talent finale.

This Tuesday, Aug. 16 at 7 p.m. Central, Poplarville’s own County music group Chapel Hart will compete against ...

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That’s a big pipe: Retired engineer suggests aqueduct from Mississippi River to Arizona could solve West’s water woes, ease Mississippi flooding

A retired engineer suggested a rather outlandish-in-scope but logical-in-approach solution to the seemingly growing floods in the central ...

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