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Lawnmower Shoots 3.5-Inch Metal Wire Into Mississippi Man’s Skull

When Bill Parker cut his grass last Sunday, he was the one who got sliced and diced.

Town Rallies Behind Doctor, 88, Who May Lose License For Treating Poor Patients From His Car

A Mississippi community has united in support of a beloved physician whose career is in jeopardy.

Mom Burglarizes Cars At School, Claims She’s Looking For ISIS: Police

Apparently, there’s growing concern that the Islamist State of Iraq and Syria could attack the United States from within — cops just don’t believe that terrorists will start by hiding in cars on Mississippi school property.

Timothy Jones Jr Admits To Killing His Five Children, Dumping Their Bodies

Here’s a horror story that’s literally shocking the nation, having at least a three-state impact.

Mississippi funeral home finds man alive in body bag

Workers at a US funeral home say they found a man alive and kicking when they opened a body bag.

Coast Guard reopens lower section of Mississippi River after oil spill

Most of a busy 65-mile stretch of the Mississippi River has been reopened after an oil spill, the result of a collision between a barge and a smaller vessel, forced its closure over the weekend to all water traffic.

Identical quadruplets surprise mom expecting triplets

Kimberly and Craig Fugate were expecting Kenleigh, Kristen and Kayleigh. But Kelsey, born with her sisters on February 8, was a complete surprise.

Republican Sen. Thad Chochran is in trouble, and the GOP establishment is pulling out all the stops to save him

A pro-Cochran super PAC associated with former Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour is already on the airwaves to define upstart conservative state Senator and challenger Chris McDaniel five months before the primary.


A young man described as a “transient” by local officials in New Orleans, and reportedly with a former address in Saline County, Illinois, is being termed the city’s “second murder victim of 2014.”

U.S. man pleads guilty to sending ricin to Obama, two others

A Mississippi man accused of sending poisoned letters to President Barack Obama and two other public officials, and then pinning them on an ElvisU.S. court and agreed to a 25-year jail sentence, the Justice Department announced on Friday.

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