Tornado death confirmed as violent storms smack the South

Weekend storms have raked parts of the Southeast, leaving deaths injuries in their wake as a tornado smashed into a commercial district in a small Mississippi c
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Southern storms, flooding, tornado in east Mississippi city

Severe storms rake the South amid days of drenching rains and a tornado shatters businesses in east Mississippi city of Columbus; no immediate reports of any de
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I-40 closed, homes threatened by floods in the US South

Homes, highways, parks and bridges throughout the South flooded or out of commission amid days of drenching rains; threat of severe storms continues
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Light snow fell in central and southeast Mississippi

Light snow is falling in parts of central and southeast Mississippi
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Man gets 5 years in beating death of Louisiana woman

A man has been sentenced to five years in prison for his conviction in the death of a Louisiana woman beaten at a carwash last May
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Natchez working on protecting wall that stabilizes bluffs

A city is working to ensure the structural soundness of a wall that stabilizes steep bluffs by the Mississippi River
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Mississippi man uses ATV to pull truck, is charged with DUI

A 21-year-old Mississippi man is charged with drunken driving after using his all-terrain vehicle to try to pull his pickup truck off a highway
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Commissioners approve 163 Mississippi road, bridge projects

The Mississippi Transportation Commission has approved 163 projects to improve crumbling roads and bridges
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92-year-old Eola Hotel being restored, updated in Natchez

A noted hotel in a Mississippi River town is undergoing a transformation, years after closing
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Mississippi lawmakers react to Gov. Bryant's speech

Mississippi lawmakers react to Gov. Phil Bryant's 2019 State of the State speech
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Pioneering black Catholic bishop dies in Mississippi

The first black bishop to lead an American Catholic diocese in the 20th century has died
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Investigator: Camera footage shows man shooting 2 officers

Investigator say body camera footage shows a Mississippi man shooting two small-town Mississippi police officers at close range
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Toot! Toot! New riverboat to ride Mississippi in New Orleans

Toot! Toot! New paddlewheel riverboat to ride the Mississippi, taking tourists on excursions around New Orleans
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Mississippi man on Death Row in baby death gets new sentence

A man who spent 16 years on Mississippi's Death Row has been re-sentenced for the death of his girlfriend's 6-month-old daughter more than 15 years ago
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McCarty wins Court of Appeals District 4 runoff election

David McCarty beat fellow Jackson lawyer and Hinds County Circuit Judge Jeff Weill (WEEL) on Tuesday for a seat from the fourth district on Mississippi's Court
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McCarty wins Court of Appeals seat

A Jackson lawyer has won a position on Mississippi's Court of Appeals in a runoff, after a near-victory in the Nov. 6 election
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2 Court of Appeals races set for Mississippi ballots Tuesday

Voters in western parts of Mississippi will decide two state Court of Appeals runoffs on Tuesday after two candidates fell just short of winning outright majori
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Friday's Scores

Friday's Scores
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Friday's Scores

Friday's Scores
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Mississippi's 3rd District stays GOP, incumbents win

Mississippi saw its highest federal midterm voter turnout ever on Tuesday
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Mississippi's 3rd District stays GOP, incumbents win

Mississippians in the 3rd District chose a Republican district attorney as the state's newest member of Congress Tuesday, choosing Michael Guest of Brandon over
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Mississippi's 3rd District stays GOP, incumbents win

Mississippians in the 3rd District chose a Republican district attorney as the state's newest member of Congress Tuesday, choosing Michael Guest of Brandon over
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Mississippi's 3rd District stays GOP, incumbents win

Mississippians in the 3rd District chose a Republican district attorney as the state's newest member of Congress Tuesday, choosing Michael Guest of Brandon over
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The Latest: Mississippi GOP senator faces Democrat in runoff

Mississippi's U.S. Senate special election is headed to a runoff, and the state's voters will either elect a woman to the office for the first time ever or a bl
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