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Man threatens to kill child, sets girlfriend on fire before wild chase, police say

By Talia Kaplan

A suspect is in custody after he threatened to kill a child, set his girlfriend on fire in Mississippi, then sent police on a chase through Tennessee on Tuesday, police said.

Chicken plants raided by ICE 'willfully and unlawfully' hired unauthorized workers: court documents

By Vandana Rambaran

Almost all of the chicken plants raided by Immigrations and Customs Enforcement officials on Wednesday in Mississippi were "willfully and unlawfully" employing people without proper work documentation that would authorize them to be employed in the U.S., according to unsealed court documents. 

Mississippi farmers suffering after widespread flooding prevents crops from being planted

By Charles Watson

The time to get crops like soy beans, cotton and corn in the ground have come and gone for many farmers in the Mississippi Delta. Months of flooding from record rainfall and backed up waterways, which were shut off from draining into the Mississippi River, has flooded more than a million acres of land and squandered away the growing season.

Mississippi Walmart shooting victims identified; suspect charged with murder

By Talia Kaplan

The two victims who were shot and killed after police said a gunman opened fire inside a northern Mississippi Walmart on Tuesday have been identified and the suspect has been charged with two counts of murder.

Mississippi Walmart shooting suspect down after gunfire erupts inside store, cops say

By Nicole Darrah

At least one person was dead and the suspected gunman was down after a shooting inside a Mississippi Walmart on Monday morning, officials said.

Bulletproof Emmett Till sign commissioned after recent vandalism: reports

By Brie Stimson

Just days after some armed University of Mississippi students were suspended from their frat after posing in front of a memorial to civil rights icon Emmett Till, a new bulletproof sign is reportedly being commissioned.

Gun-toting frat brothers pose in front of Emmett Till memorial, may face federal charges

By Chris Perez

Three fraternity brothers at the University of Mississippi have been suspended — and are possibly facing federal charges — for taking a photo in front of a bullet-riddled sign honoring slain civil rights icon Emmett Till while holding a shotgun and AR-15 semi-automatic rifle.

Ole Miss student charged in Ally Kostial's death was tracked to gas station, father says 'my son is innocent'

By Travis Fedschun

A 22-year-old University of Mississippi student from Texas charged in the killing of a female Ole Miss student was taken into custody Monday at a gas station in Tennessee, where he was reportedly found wearing clothing that appeared to have blood on it -- but the suspect's father still maintains his son is innocent.