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Afroman to Settle Suit Filed Over Mississippi Assault, Song

Musician and rapper Afroman is settling a lawsuit filed by a woman he punched during a 2015 Mississippi performance.

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Court Orders End to Lawsuit Over 2015 Mississippi Election

A federal court is ending a dispute over a 2015 Mississippi House race that originally went to a tiebreaker but was then overturned by the Legislature.

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Best of Jackson: Holiday

We're just about into December now, with Thanksgiving over and the holidays just getting started. This is a time to plan for future gatherings.

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Two Museums

A collection of stories about the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum and the Museum of Mississippi History opening in December 2017.

Never Back Down: Mississippi Escalates War on Gangs

A proposed gang bill was not based on current evidence-based violence research. It died in the Legislature.

Project EJECT Expels Gun Offenders to Faraway Prisons

U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions' Project EJECT is a controversial blast from the past.

Developments at the Jackson Zoo

A collection of stories about the Jackson Zoo and the west Jackson neighborhood around it.

This Little Light of Ours: Mississippi Civil Rights Museum Shines a Light on History

The Mississippi Civil Rights Museum opened its doors temporarily on Tuesday, June 27, for a preview of the impactful, honest and focused features, like the Freedom Riders exhibit.

Ladd on NBC: Trump Visit a Knife in Mississippi's Back

Donna Ladd explains how race history in Mississippi is vital to America's future.

Reps. Lewis, Thompson to Attend Mississippi Civil Rights Museum Celebration

The Friends of Mississippi Civil Rights announced a new celebration of the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum on the National Day of Racial Healing.

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