Plea change hearing set in Katrina fraud case
A change of plea hearing is scheduled this month for a man charged with lying about his primary residence to collect Hurricane Katrina relief money.
Capital murder trial begins in Gulfport
Jury selection is under way in the capital murder trial of Kewan Antonio Hosey, suspected in two home invasions including one that led to the fatal shooting of 30-year-old Courtney Beavers.
Plea hearing for former Trustmark employee
A change of plea hearing has been scheduled for a former bank employee charged with taking money from a customer's certificate of deposit and taking out a loan in the person's name.
Parole denied woman convicted in child's death
Lisa Ameen Crevitt, who admitted taking LSD and tossing her toddler into a river canal, has been denied parole.
Hyper-cleanliness may make us prone to getting sick
A growing body of evidence suggests that all the antibacterial-wiping, germ-killing cleanliness of the developed world may actually be making us more prone to getting sick — and that a little more dirt might help us stay healthier in the long run.
- Coroner: Murders, suicide in Lee Count deaths
Troy Ford pleads guilty to manslaughter
A 29-year-old Natchez man has pleaded guilty to manslaughter for shooting and killing a man in 2011.
Police investigate death of Miss. state legislator
Authorities say they are investigating the apparent suicide of a state legislator in Mississippi.
Woman accused in dog hoarding case surrenders
A 51-year-old woman accused of hoarding dogs surrendered to authorities and was booked on a charge of animal cruelty and 117 counts of animal neglect.
Police search for robbers of Gulfport bank
Gulfport police are searching for two men who held up the Hancock Bank branch.
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