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Tiny, inked clusters of needles jut out of a miniature cactus on Bianca Martinez’s ankle. Her first tattoo, she got it to remind herself where she came from. “Reynosa in Tamaulipas, Mexico,” she said, trilling her “r”s and rolling her “l”s in all the right places. However, she identifies just...

Cindy Hyde-Smith won the last remaining U.S. Senate seat in a special runoff election by defeating Mike Espy on Nov. 27 with 55 percent of the vote. Hyde-Smith,...

Matt Luke addressed the Ole Miss fan base in a press conference on Monday afternoon, opening with a passionate statement on the future of the program....

Oxford voters head to the polls today to vote in a local Chancery Court judge runoff election and the U.S. Senate runoff election that has received national...

JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — State and federal investigators are trying to find out who hung seven nooses in trees outside the Mississippi Capitol early Monday,...

Mississippi voters will either elect the state’s first female U.S. Senator or the state’s first black U.S. Senator since Reconstruction in one of Mississippi’s...

The songs that echoed through the Old Armory Pavilion on a chilly fall night did not resemble those of a church service. The singer and electric guitar...

JACKSON — U.S. Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith and former U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Mike Espy participated in the state’s first senatorial debate in 10 years...

Students and faculty came together in remembrance of those they have lost to suicide at the Survivors of Suicide Candlelight vigil last night in the Circle.   Rebels...

Larry Sparks speaks at a town hall meeting in 2017. Sparks will take office as the university’s interim chancellor following the resignation of Chancellor...