A truck driver, possibly experiencing a medical emergency, crashed into a national cemetery, damaging 10 headstones of deceased veterans along with other structures.
The Tuohy family alleged in recent court filings that Michael Oher demanded the couple pay him millions in royalties from "The Blind Side" movie.
An alligator the size of an adult male grizzly bear was captured by four Mississippi men — breaking the record for the longest alligator harvested in the state.
A man has been charged with first-degree reckless homicide connected to the shooting the Glendale Motel 6 on Saturday.
Biden will sign a proclamation on Tuesday to create the Emmett Till and Mamie Till-Mobley National Monument across three sites in Illinois and Mississippi, according to the official.
A shocking video captured at a Mississippi home shows the moment when a bolt of lightning hit a tree and split it in half.
An attorney says a Mississippi police officer who shot and wounded an 11-year-old Black boy in the child’s home should be fired.
School officials told her to dress like a boy ,and a federal judge did not block the officials’ decision.
The shooting happened in Ocean Springs, Mississippi, during a Cinco de Mayo party.
The white woman who accused Black teenager Emmett Till of making improper advances before he was lynched in Mississippi in 1955 has died in hospice care in Louisiana, a coroner's report shows. Carolyn Bryant Donham was 88.
The Mississippi welfare fraud case has also named NFL Hall of Famer Brett Favre.
A man in Mississippi thought he could get away with hiding a gun in his Taco Bell quesadilla during a traffic stop. Needless to say, it didn't end well for him or his meal.
Last week's tornado destroyed roughly 300 homes and businesses in Rolling Fork and the nearby town of Silver City. The death toll in Mississippi stood at 21. One person died in Alabama, as well.
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A quick-thinking woman saved herself and eight others by rushing everyone into a dairy cooler as an EF-4 tornado tore the building down around her.
The storms killed more than two dozen people and left hundreds of people homeless.
The father shielded his two children, one of which was one-week-old, as the tornado hit their Winona, Mississippi, home. The father says that this home has been within their family for four decades.
Mississippi is one of the poorest states in the U.S., and the majority-Black Delta where the massive tornado struck has long been one of the poorest parts of the state.
“They said you need to take cover, but it happened so fast a lot of people didn’t even get a chance to take cover."
Authorities in Mississippi believe the couple got into an argument that turned physical.