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Miss. A sport utility truck has plowed into the children's play area of a McDonald's restaurant outside of Jackson, Miss., injuring five people...Police told the news station that five people were injured and being taken to the hospital. Two adults
Alyne Payton, the 87-year-old mother of the late Hall of Fame Bears running back Walter Payton, passed away last Sunday night following an extended illness. Her funeral is Saturday in Columbia, Miss. Before her famous son became known to millions as "
Miss. (AP) State Farm Fire and Casualty Co. has asked a judge to void a jury's finding that the company defrauded the government involving a policyholder claim after Hurricane Katrina...District Court in Gulfport, Miss., also seek a new trial The
The man charged with mailing letters with suspected ricin to the president and others was surprised by his arrest and maintains he is innocent, according to his attorney. Paul Kevin Curtis appeared in a federal courtroom Thursday in Oxford, Miss.,
A retired California Highway Patrolman died after he veered off U.S...Marshall County Coroner James Richard Anderson says 71-year-old David Earl Martin, of Magalia, Calif., died at the scene. Anderson tells The Commercial Appeal ( http://bit.ly/
A little while later, after playing tennis, Obama started to take shots amid the kids and pros. Miss. Miss. Off the rim...I had to help him out," said Kahron Campbell, 10, of Landover, MD.
Miss. Two inmates have pleaded guilty to kidnapping in connection with a crime spree through four states that began with an escape from a Louisiana jail and included the death of an Ohio man they took captive. Darian Pierce and Ricky Wedgeworth
Raymond Edwin Burkhalter learned a trade watch repair when he returned from World War II. That trade led him to start his own business, Burkhalter Jewelers, in 1950 in Tuscaloosa. Burkhalter, who died Wednesday at age 89, remained active in the
Miss. A sixth man has pleaded guilty in connection with racially motivated attacks by young whites against blacks in Jackson. Joseph Paul Dominick, 21, of Brandon pleaded guilty Thursday to conspiracy to commit a hate crime...Prosecutors say that
A century ago, at age 24, Miss Scheel was the subject of a spate of news media coverage after the medical examiner of the 400 co-eds' at her college, Cornell University, described her as the epitome of perfect health, according to a 1912 New York