'Don't Be Shocked By Anything When These Two Teams Get Together': CBS Sports' Rick Neuheisel Previews LSU-#12 Ole Miss And 3 More GamesCBS Sports' Rick Neuheisel breaks down LSU vs. #12 Mississippi and other key college football matchups.
Arrest Made In Mississippi Killing Of Nun From StonehamA man suspected in the slayings of two Mississippi nuns who were found dead inside a residence within the community they served has been arrested and charged with two counts of capital murder, Mississippi authorities said.
A Music Lover's Guide To The SouthGuide to five of the most important cities to visit in the South for music lovers
Malcolm Butler To Receive Parade In Mississippi HometownNew England Patriots defensive back and hero of Super XLIX Malcolm Butler will be honored with a parade in his hometown Saturday.
Mississippi Truck Driver Charged With OUI In TewksburyA tractor-trailer driver from Mississippi is facing an OUI charge after he was pulled over in Tewksbury on Tuesday morning.
College Football Spotlight: College Football's Best Month Will Get Started With A BangOctober is the best month for college football, and it is getting started on the right foot this weekend. The first weekend in October will serve up six games between top 25 teams, which will be a nice breath of fresh air after the last few weeks.
Cambridge Man Indicted On Child Sex Trafficking ChargesTwo men have been indicted in Mississippi on sex trafficking charges related to a video that authorities say shows them having sex with a girl who is 3 or 4 years old.
Local FEMA Member Arrives In Louisiana Ahead Of Hurricane IsaacThe rest of FEMA Task Force 1 is on alert in case they need to go. Seven years ago, the same team was sent in to help after Hurricane Katrina.
Santorum Sweeps Alabama, Mississippi PrimariesRick Santorum won the Alabama and Mississippi primaries Tuesday night.
Man Travels 1400 Miles For Stoughton PizzaA Mississippi man who grew up in Massachusetts bought 150 pizzas from Town Spa.
'Count Them One By One'Civil rights champion and former MA judge Gordon Martin takes us back to Hattiesburg, Mississippi 1962 when only 12 out of 7,500 black Americans were allowed to vote.