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The University of Southern Mississippi School of Communication celebrated its 100 year anniversary for its student newspaper, the Student Printz, with a luncheon, panel discussion and a grand opening of a new exhibit on the Hattiesburg campus.

Hundreds of Pearl River Valley Electric customers in Hattiesburg lost power on Thursday night.

Hattiesburg attorney John Lee can no longer practice law in Mississippi after the state Supreme Court accepted his irrevocable resignation.

James Thomas, who works for the school’s Sociology department, posted on Twitter, saying: “Don’t just interrupt a Senator’s meal, y’all. Put your whole damn fingers in their salads. Take their apps and distribute them to the other diners. Bring boxes and take their food home with you on the way out.

Imagine starting every day with the thought it could be your last, that you could die protecting people you don't even know.

Patrick Hankins was patient after he landed a clean shot on a doe, then took down an 8-point buck that showed up minutes later.

The Southern Miss defense hopes to clean up some of the mental mistakes and missed tackles that cost them against North Texas.

Lance Taylor Jacobs, 65, allegedly set fire to his home before killing himself. The fire spread to three homes and damaged another.

Preslee Holcombe's mother detailed her struggle with the polio-like illness acute flaccid myelitis.

Hundreds of athletes from across the state will compete in the Special Olympics Mississippi at Camp Shelby this weekend.

Deputies said the suspect had drugs from the home on him and had already taken some.