The Concordia Parish Sheriff's Office said two suspects—Jimmy O'Neal Lewis and Cedrick Tennessee—have been charged with first degree murder after the death of Frederick McCray Jr.
Last year, at least 73 children under the age of 12 were killed by a loaded gun in their homes.
Alexia Washington, a student at the University of Mississippi, ordered with a friend from Who Dat's Drive-Thru in Oxford, Mississippi, on June 7, and later noticed the label that the restaurant's employee gave for her order, written atop her receipt.
Flood stages have already been breached
The river crested at its second highest level Sunday.
Opportunistic sharks feast on migrating birds, scientists believe.
Clarksdale Mayor Chuck Espy said he is willing to put hands in own pockets to help reduce crime in city.
At least half of pregnancy terminations involve drugs rather than surgery, research has found.
"Tonight our grassroots movement has a chance to tell our story and talk about the big ideas we're fighting for," Warren tweeted.
Jacob Blair Scott disappeared just days before he was expected to plead guilty to a number of charges.
Only one other state in America commemorates the births of both men on the same day.
On Wednesday, the Mississippi Department of Public Safety announced the arrest of Webster County Sheriff Timothy Mitchell, 53, for committing a dozen felonies, including: embezzlement, stolen arms trafficking, sex with an inmate and retaliation against a witness.
Michael Clay Saripkin was convicted of touching a child for lustful purposes in 2013.
"I'm not sure how you're going to take this, but it's bad," the daycare owner reportedly told the child's mother in a text message.
"As I laid the rebel flag down across Vernon's grave, I told my grandson what it represents—our hope that racism and hatred would die."
There will be a record number of 24 women in the U.S. Senate next year, following Cindy Hyde-Smith's win in Mississippi.
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"She said something out of jest that wasn't the most politically correct thing to say."
Cindy Hyde-Smith and Mike Espy face off Tuesday in a runoff election that culminates a heated campaign.
Cries of racism have done little to sway Mississippi's largely white, Republican voter base.
The lynchings still happen. Nooses have been replaced by bullets—or sometimes not replaced at all.
"Absolutely we have been sensitive to race relations in this state," Bryant, who has been criticized for declaring April "Confederate Heritage Month," said during a press conference held in conjunction with Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith.
The T-shirt was emblazoned with the image of a Confederate flag with a noose in the middle and the words "Mississippi Justice."