Today's Top Stories
With six minutes left on the clock and in front of a crowd of 41,000 people, Russell Roberts kicked what would be the game-winning field goal in Southern Methodist University’s (SMU) win against in-state rival Texas Christian University.
St. Joseph Catholic School will host its annual fundraiser, Jeans Jazz and Bruin Blues, January 25 from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Country Club of Jackson. Also the evening will feature live and silents auctions, Bruin Bucks, Wall of Wine and a $10,000 Draw Down.
The future of a historic hotel building in downtown Jackson is now in the hands of the Mississippi Department of Archives and History’s (MDAH) board of trustees and will likely be decided next month.
At a recent meeting, the board voted to consider granting landmark status to the Sun-N-Sand Motor Hotel at its January 24 meeting.
We can't know where this season is headed for Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints. We don't know if this season will be the last for Brees, who turns 41 next month. For that matter, we don't know how many more records he will set in this, his 19th NFL season.
A bi-partisan coalition of Madison County community leaders called Thursday on the Madison County Board of Supervisors to speak for the county’s citizens and ask the MDEQ permit board to delay permitting until the County has re-examined the need for another solid waste landfill.
Made of brightly colored yarn and stitched together with prayers, hundreds of crocheted or knit blankets will make their way from St. Catherine’s Village to various destinations across the world.
The city of Ridgeland is experiencing a significant drop in new residential construction this year due to a low inventory of available lots. Meanwhile, commercial development in the city continues to climb.
When Ken Adcock built his Carolwood Drive home two decades ago, White Oak Creek was a meandering stream, lined with trees and a sloping creek.
Today, because of development upstream, the creek’s formerly slow waters have increased such that they are eating away at the shoreline, damaging backyards and flooding homes.