Doctors who specialize in female pelvic medicine say lawsuits by four states, including Washington and California, over products used to treat pelvic floor disorders and incontinence might scare patients away from the best treatment options -- or maybe even push the products off the market.
Just days before her death, a Mississippi woman called deputies to her home for help with two daughters now accused of fatally shooting and stabbing their mother, officials said.
A company that makes wood pellets burned for fuel in overseas power plants is moving ahead with plans for a $140 million pellet mill and a $60 million ship-loading terminal on the Mississippi Gulf Coast.
The first black bishop to lead an American Catholic diocese in the 20th century has died in Mississippi.
Mississippi lawmakers opened their election-year session Tuesday and a top senator resigned his leadership post amid questions about a second-offense drunken driving charge he faces.
A body camera recording shows a Mississippi man shot two small-town police officers at close range, an investigator testified Tuesday, with the suspect later saying "the cops were caught in my crossfire."
Lawmakers are promising changes to Mississippi's criminal justice system that could include support for prisoners to re-enter society, ways to wipe out records of past convictions and sentencing relief for prisoners convicted before an earlier round of changes.
For the second time in three years, the lower Mississippi River is flooding in January. High water is moving downriver from the junction with the Ohio River at Cairo, Illinois, where the Ohio crested over the weekend.
The Mississippi State Department of Health says more cases of flu are being reported around the state.
Mississippi lawmakers have released few significant policy proposals as they prepare for their three-month session that begins Tuesday. This is an election year, and most of the 122 House members and 52 senators will put their names on the ballot to seek a new four-year term. A few lawmakers are retiring, and a few are pursuing statewide offices.
Mennonite volunteers are helping rebuild homes in a Mississippi community damaged in a 2018 tornado. The Meridian Star reports that Mennonite Disaster Service arrived last week.
A civil lawsuit filed by a Mississippi lawyer who was the target of what investigators called a failed murder-for-hire plot has been settled.
A teacher pay raise will headline discussions over education legislation in Mississippi in 2019, but also expect debate on limiting testing, efforts to increase the number of teachers and ways to prevent school shootings.
Second-term Republican Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves entered the Mississippi governor's race Thursday, saying he wants to protect taxpayers and oppose the values of "Hollywood and Washington, D.C."
A hospital is changing hands in northern Mississippi after its previous owner filed for bankruptcy.
The University of Mississippi has agreed to return about $350,000 of the $400,000 its athletic foundation was given by a businessman who pleaded guilty to a $100 million Ponzi scheme.
Mississippi has a new standard license plate that includes the state seal with the phrase, "In God We Trust."
A Mississippi town of nearly 1,900 will vote Jan. 15 on whether to allow beer and wine sales.
The board of directors for Jefferson Davis's last home has hired a company to find a new executive director for the attraction in Mississippi.
A Mississippi sheriff says two men are dead and a 10-year-old girl has been rescued after a standoff that lasted more than 30 hours.
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