There's never a slow news week in Jackson, Miss., and last week was no exception. ...15 hours, 54 minutes ago ...
From the Wire
- Economy G-20 Finance Officials Confronting Global Weakness
- National Obama, Italian Prime Minister Renzi to Meet at White House
- Immigration Federal Appeals Court to Take Up Obama's Immigration Action
- World Search Area for Flight 370 to be Doubled if Plane Not Found
- World Australia Will Soon Pay Refugees to Resettle in Cambodia
According to City Hall, Jackson public-works crews will be doing the following today: - Patching potholes on areas of S. ...April 16
- Two Charter Schools in NOLA Closing
- Pothole Report for 4/14/2015: What's the City Fixing Today?
- Pothole Report for 4/13/2015: What's the City Fixing Today?
- Yarber Pulls A HOC-Style Trick From His Sleeve, Declares State of Emergency
- Ole Miss Alumni Not Happy With Jones Non-Renewal
- Lt. Gov. Reeves Blasts Dems for Blocking GOP Tax Breaks
The Mississippi Supreme Court ruled today that a Jackson pastor, who was convicted of a sex crime in another state but had the conviction expunged, does not have to register as a sex offender in Mississippi.
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.
The Jackson area's restaurant scene seems to grow every time you look, and the last few months have been no exception. Here are some of the new local food and drink offerings in the metro area.
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.
Mississippi State's athletic director and Adidas have apologized for an obscene phrase on one of the baseball team's practice jerseys.