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With testing for the so-called 3rd grade reading gate—which requires students to pass a literacy test before moving to the ...April 17
The Mississippi Supreme Court ruled today that a Jackson pastor, who was convicted of a sex crime in another state ...April 16
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According to City Hall, Jackson public-works crews will be doing the following today: - Patching potholes on areas of S. ...April 16
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The list of cases Hinds County Circuit Court Judge Jeff Weill has taken from the county public defender's office and assigned to private attorneys has swelled to more than 60 and keeps growing.
Mr. Announcer: "In the ghetto criminal-justice system, the people are represented by members of the newly established Ghetto Science Community Peace Keeping Unit."
If we measured marathons in years instead of miles, journalist Wilson "Bill" Minor would be 10 years away from completing his third reporting marathon in Mississippi.
As a female bassist, Nellie McInnis, known to fans of her music as Nellie Mack, gained extra attention while on a tour with a band called Sonic Funk, Inc., but she also realized that her bass education wasn't complete.
I recently found myself in a situation that left me not only coming up with better responses after the fact but also made me reflect on its deeper implications of what sort of behavior I'm willing to tolerate or excuse.
The Jackson Free Press has its annual beer tasting around summer, and we enjoy it a lot. However, for the spring food issue, we decided to try something a little different.
For Sarah Thomas, being the first full-time female NFL game official, hired April 8, doesn't bring any new pressure for someone who has had many firsts as a woman in a male-dominated profession.