The GOP-backed Senate Bill 2726, which threatens the livelihood of HBCU students in Mississippi, has all of us asking the same question: why?!


But the crisis in the city of Jackson isn’t over, even if its boil-water advisory was lifted on Thursday. While the state plans to stop handing out free bottled water at sites around the city Saturday night, the city said water pressure still hasn’t been fully restored, and state health officials said lead in some pipes remains so worrisome that pregnant women and young children should still use bottled water.


Jackson State Coach Deion Sanders is speaking out about the water crisis in the city and how it’s affecting his players. 

The NAACP is focusing on welfare fraud in Mississippi specifically that caused over $94 million in misspending from 2017 to 2019, and they're calling on the Department of Justice to investigate and fully prosecute those at fault. 

The anti-CRT sentiment has now made its way to Mississippi after Governor Tate Reeves signed a bill into motion that will limit the discussion of race within The Magnolia State's school system.

A Black FedEx driver in Brookhaven, Mississippi unfortunately found himself in a similar situation as the late Ahmaud Arbery after his delivery van was shot at and chased down by a white father and his son that thought he looked "suspicious."

Officer Laquandia Cooley experienced the unthinkable after checking into a shooting on Larkin Street in Hazlehurst, Mississippi. What she found when she got there was her 20-year-old son, Charles Stewart Jr., laying in the middle of the street as the victim of a fatal shooting. 

R. Kelly's latest legal woes are centered around a Mississippi man that claims the disgraced R&B veteran ruined his marriage, resulting in emotional and psychological pain that he's now seeking compensation for as a result.

Two white men from Mississippi were recently sentenced to four years in prison on hate crime charges of simple assault and malicious mischief after they chased down and shot at two Black teenagers on a country road in Yazoo County.

The Mississippi State Department of Health sent out an alert last Friday to urge people against ingesting the drug ivermectin as an alternate to vaccination against COVID-19.

A private investigation by lawyer and civil rights activist Jill Collen Jefferson revealed that at least eight Black people have been lynched in Mississippi since 2000, carrying its unfortunate legacy as the state with the most lynchings on record.

A Black woman, for the first time, will become a chief federal judge in Mississippi.