Forrest Co. deputies investigating shooting in Rawls Springs

A woman is in the hospital and a man is in custody following a shooting Thursday evening in the Rawls Springs community of Forrest County.

  Spring into allergy season with these tips to feel better

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  Feds give employers easier path to dump retiree pensions

That decision reverses Obama-era guidance that banned the practice of offering lump-sum payments to seniors. Pensions provide a guaranteed monthly income for as long as an employee lives in retirement.


7 On the Road: How Laurel got its name

7 On The Road: Pearl’s Diner puts the ‘south’ in southern cooking

USM graduate plays violin during legislative session

7 On The Road: Napiers continue to spotlight Laurel

Antonelli College closing Mississippi campuses

Antonelli College confirmed on Thursday that they’re closing their Mississippi campuses.
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Florida man pleads guilty to mailing bombs to Democrats, CNN

A Florida man pleaded guilty Thursday to sending a wave of pipe bombs to CNN and prominent critics of President Donald Trump.

7 On the Road: Laurel barbershop ‘lines’ the community out

7 On the Road: Laurel museum built on foundation of tragedy and education

First Community Resource Fair held in Collins

Poplarville school named healthiest in MS by BCBS Foundation

Hattiesburg man arrested in shooting that left woman injured

Next stop for 7 On the Road: Columbia

DG infant cough syrup recalled, can cause vomiting and diarrhea

USM ambushed by Longwood’s 18 treys

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  Facebook exposed millions of passwords in plain text

Facebook says there is no evidence that employees had abused access to this data.


  William Carey basketball ready for the madness of March

  Carey beats Mississippi College 6-1 at MGM Park

USM ambushed by Longwood’s 18 treys

  USM rallies for 5-4 win against Warhawks

Patriots owner Robert Kraft offered a plea deal in prostitution case - with a catch

Prosecutors offered Kraft, along with others a plea deal, but they must concede they would've been found guilty.


  MS has highest risk of social isolation in people 65 years and older

  Plans being finalized for 30th Okatoma Festival

Governor plans to sign fetal heartbeat bill despite threat of legal action

  Hattiesburg plastic surgeon explains cancer link to breast implants

Gulfport man ran unlicensed care facility, stole patients social security benefits

While director, he also ordered a staff member not to seek the medical care of a victim’s second and third degree burns.
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  Residents fret about TX chemical plant fire, despite assurances

Authorities lifted Thursday's order to remain indoors after several hours, saying tests showed the elevated levels of benzene in the air had cleared.

Oak Grove grad encourages students to reach ‘Successville’

One injured in Laurel shooting, man charged

  Support grows for I-14 expansion in Mississippi

2 arrests made in Shirley’s of Collins fire investigation