A lawsuit alleging that data had been illegally obtained from the U.K. and transferred to the data research department at the University of Mississippi...

Last week, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled to uphold the third version of President Donald Trump’s travel ban, which suspends the issuing of immigrant and...

A parade participant gives candy to a child watching from the sidewalk of The Square on the 4th of July. Photo by Christian Johnson   Oxford hosts...

JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant on Friday named an attorney who leads a conservative legal group to be the new state auditor. White...

Three executive orders, including two that were adjusted. Nine injunctions. Two United States Supreme Court cases. Those are the numbers behind the litigation...

Falling to the stage beneath her, Miss Mississippi 2018 pointed to the sky in celebration as a crown was placed on her head. After three years of standing...

The Oxford Board of Aldermen presented the latest draft of the proposed “Downtown District” ordinance on Tuesday during the ordinance’s fourth public...

The State’s bond bill went into effect as July 1 arrived, in which lawmakers agreed to borrow $260 million for various projects across the state including...

The Oxford Board of Aldermen is now considering applying the security measures contained in the “Downtown District” ordinance to all restaurants in...